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HUINKC MADTVN VTn CLQCESTEK ST.. LEICESTER SQ. . niniia iyiakiipi, liu., London.wcz. pune:Recentsmi

HUINKC MADTVN VTn CLQCESTEK ST.. LEICESTER SQ. . niniia iyiakiipi, liu., London.wcz. pune:Recentsmi

HUINKC MADTVN VTn CLQCESTEK ST.. LEICESTER SQ. . niniia iyiakiipi, liu., London.wcz. pune Recentsmi L.C.C. BAND PERFORMANCES, The following bands will on duty the London County Council Parks and Open Spaces during the week beginning to-day (Wednesday): WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4. Bethnal
June 4, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FELDMANISM RELEASES TWO SUMMER SENSATIONS!! WATCHING MY DREAMS 00 BY AND WHEN YOU’RE SMUNG

FELDMANISM RELEASES TWO SUMMER SENSATIONS!! WATCHING MY DREAMS 00 BY AND WHEN YOU’RE SMUNG

FELDMANISM RELEASES TWO SUMMER SENSATIONS!! WATCHING MY DREAMS BY AND WHEN YOU’RE SMUNG (THE WHOLE WORLD SMILES WITH YOU) new telephone number: M i'A 125,127,129,SHAFTESBUBYAVENUE TEMPi-E BAR 5532 (3 Lines . LONDON. W.C.2. telegrams “HUMFRIV, LONDON.’ - . , _ . ... Hert . for and
June 4, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
morning coats and

morning coats and

spring to atte. lion behind the table, shoulder arms and deteat the enemy. It calls tor strategy, and it the cricket match that saves the village from garden city amenities. After all, Mr. Butlei is a sportsman and when Mr. Twigg cuts his linger with the fretsaw, takes the littl
June 18, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
“WHO KNOWS.’

“WHO KNOWS.’

REPERTORY PLAYERS* PRODUCTION. A play in throe acts, by F. C. Daly* produced by the Repertory I*layers at the Strand Theatre Sunday, Juno 15th, 1930. Muiwie Garvin Dorothy Hamilton Luma Garvin ... Dorothy Holmes Gore A Bearer Lionel Dixon Phillip Garvin Cecil Parker Mrs. Macdona
June 18, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AT HAMMERSMITH PALACE.

AT HAMMERSMITH PALACE.

Hammersmith patrons are this week enjoying rare treat in the shape of Rhythm,” the excellent show presented by Lieutenant John Fletcher and his colleagues. Lieut. Fletcher’s own share in the [proceedings it is impossible to speak too highly. is undoubtedly an artist who realises
June 18, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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AT THE STRATFORD EMPIRE,

AT THE STRATFORD EMPIRE,

Murray Mills presents (for G. and F. Productions) & ndvel form of entertainment here this week, and that it suited the taste of local patrons was manifested by the unstinted applause awarded the various artists. Jackson Owen made himself a prime favourite in his humorous turn, s
June 18, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
VIOLET DE VILLAMIL

VIOLET DE VILLAMIL

What was stated t public pcrtormaiK from ran bo the* first . here, Aria Egyptian Helen Miss Violet Villamil [all ovoninff.
June 18, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MINNIE HAMBLETT.

MINNIE HAMBLETT.

This young pianist has been in too great haste to court the limelight. She was probably very nervous, but one had uneasy feeling that missed notes and wrong notes did not grieve her as much us they vlid us. She relies too far for effect on an impressionistic style and is not sul
June 18, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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IcPii Ncbbitt seel itnlrt of trouble this plav she put a good deal of *troii
June 18, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Ruby Ginner and Irene Mawer.

Ruby Ginner and Irene Mawer.

Croat interest being taken in the forthoonnng Kuby dinner and Irene Muwer season at the Rudolf Steiner Hall, which opens on Monday and continues to June 28 nightly 8.50, with matinees on Wednesday and Saturday. Two separate programmes are announced, both including numbers given
June 18, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England