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HACKNEY EMPIRE

HACKNEY EMPIRE

It is alway> pleasure to watch th< clever facial play of Clarkson Ros< and note the" wit and observatioi which enable him to squeeze* ever; Ounce of fun - out of any droll material his command. Give him a good and you may depend it that will make good. This week he | gives his p
March 5, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NOVELTY & IMPERIAL BANDS AGENCY

NOVELTY & IMPERIAL BANDS AGENCY

(Red and Blue). Military Bands, Orchestras, Ladies’ Orchestras, Dance Combinations. Also Original Novelty Combinations and Russian Balalaika Orchestra (Ensemble Guaranteed). Vacancies for Competent Instrumentalists (both sex). AppIy—DIRECTOR OP MUSIC. 37, WACIDOUR STREET. W.l. A
March 5, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
yyANTED.

yyANTED.

Original Song Poems and Lyrics of every kind. Also Pianoforte works considered for publication. Known and Beginners invited to submit MSS. Sinclair Roberts and Co.. 346. King-street, London. W. 6. A CASH FOR POEMS. Full parowef l_F ticulars free. MSS. of all descriptions, also r
March 12, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WANTED, Engt. by smart Mus. Dir. (Piano or Baton), Cine-Variety or Hotel. Extensive experience. M.D., 51. Matlock-road, Leyton, E.lO. Walthamstow

WANTED, Engt. by smart Mus. Dir. (Piano or Baton), Cine-Variety or Hotel. Extensive experience. M.D., 51. Matlock-road, Leyton, E.lO. Walthamstow

1780. WANTED, ENGT. BY FIRST CLASS M.D. (VIOLIN); EX. REFS.; EXTENSIVE LONDON EXPERIENCE. IN CLUDING BROADCASTING; YOUNG. SMART, POWERFUL TONE. CINEMA OR HOTEL. 135. ABBEY ST., RUGBY. WANTED Known, vacant through talkies, Pianist M.D. and Leader Violin; cinema, cafe, etc.; ex. l
March 12, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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ty L. HENDERSON WILLIAMS. leaf-bud, flower _ continuously expressed in open view. This could not have been iiad not. M.

ty L. HENDERSON WILLIAMS. leaf-bud, flower _ continuously expressed in open view. This could not have been iiad not. M.

Sehulhof played a simultaneous Boswell Casals’ Johnson. It was an exquisite ensemble, for the passion of that first movement was held in leash throughout, yet never a pul«o of it flagged. Bach’s unaccompanied Suite in K flat major welled from tho instrument rather than was playe
March 12, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SWINDON EMPIRE THEATRE.— Amateur Society. WINDSOR THEATRE ROYAL.—•‘Yellow Sands.”

SWINDON EMPIRE THEATRE.— Amateur Society. WINDSOR THEATRE ROYAL.—•‘Yellow Sands.”

Under Mr. Gfadwdn's Direction. ALDERSHOT HIPPODROME. * Tacks.” KINGSTON EMPIRE THEATRE.—Margate Ped’lers. FRED. COLLINS' VARIETY AGENCY.
March 12, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HEADING PALACE.

HEADING PALACE.

SHEFFIELD HIPPODROME (reh. 12). Variety. Company as hooked. SHOREDITCH " LONDON.”—Max Miller. Vera Kersen and Co. present Hugh Rene in The Cabaret Revels.” Ted Waite. The Hillards. Clark and Murray, Pat Crowther and Harley. Anglo Bros.. June Girls. Low and Webster. Jess and Mill
March 12, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HAYWOODtHA

HAYWOODtHA

WITH IN THE COSTERS’ CABARET 11(1 1< lIV A GREAT SUCCESS W XVAi. in. PHIL & PHLORA
March 12, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PHYLLIS GOODWIN HIGH SOPRANO

PHYLLIS GOODWIN HIGH SOPRANO

AND ASSOCIATED WITH DAN YOUNG IN CAMEOS
March 12, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England