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MUSIC HALL ARTISTS

MUSIC HALL ARTISTS

WANTS. WANTED, Monday (excepts.), *v MIAMI.” Idol of Paris. Tinted living art -sensational attraction, cines.. road shows. Wire Miami,” 1, Mancheeter-st., Exmuuth.
April 2, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ARTICLES FOR SALE.

ARTICLES FOR SALE.

ALEX BURNS. LTD. (gAXOPBONES. GREATEST BARGAINS IN ENGLAND and second-hand Saxophone*. second-hand instrument is thoroughly overhauled and sent oat new SAXOPHONES ON 5 DAIS' APPROVAL AGAINST CASH. Full Cash Returned If Dissatisfied. every MAKE STOCK. SAXOPHONES EXCHANGED. INSTAL
April 2, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
“ Suspense ” Postponed

“ Suspense ” Postponed

Suspense Postponed To avoid clashing with Co- Opt imists,” Friday evening. Patrick Mac Gill's war play. “Suspense” has been postponed at the Duke of York’s until next Tuesday. The Damask Rose Dresses. Mr. Robert Groves, who designed the beautiful dresses and is responsible for th
April 2, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
The Annual Report.

The Annual Report.

An abstract from the twenty-third annual report is as follows: The year 1920 was disastrous one the Music Hall Industry, possibly the worst ever known from the Artists’ standpoint, the coming of the Talking Pictures without any doubt closing the doors many houses which had been
April 2, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Mr. Walter Bentley.

Mr. Walter Bentley.

Mr. Walter Bentley has gone U» fer fortnight's absolute quiet, anil l>9 will be back at his office on April a to resume his activities in providing variety acts for the super cinemas English Variety In America. Messrs. Reeves and Lamport h'"® just received a cable from America -
April 2, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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“CAPE FORLORN.”

“CAPE FORLORN.”

April 2, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
The Late Mrs. Hasluck

The Late Mrs. Hasluck

On Sunday morning Colder? (iieco Crematorium, the casket containing ashes of Mrs. Alice Hasluck, the "illknown teacher of elocution, who d lO -* on March 10th last, at the ago of 69, were placed in position in the of a large number of old pupil? a' '* friends. For long period to
April 2, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TH E -ERA

TH E -ERA

April 2, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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llllllllllllltlHlUliH New Reatf Shaw. The latest rdad show opens on May 19th at the Empire, Croydon. It consh-ts the Houston Sisters, Uoltb Wilton, the Three Happy Boys, Girvan Dundas and Billy Houston, David Poole, and some mere favourites. Charlie Austin’s New Shew. overheard
April 2, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HOLBORN EMPIRE.

HOLBORN EMPIRE.

Susceptible as you may be on each and every occasion, there should still l>o a special thrill reserved in youi; heart to; the lady of the trapeze. And yet, though thoroughly accustomed to the idea, I was completely overwhelmed first glimpse of Jennie Rooney, who completely eclip
April 2, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England