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MONA VIVIAN. FOULDS.

MONA VIVIAN. FOULDS.

August 13, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ADDITIONAL

ADDITIONAL

(PUEPAiD) DISPLAYEU LINES. EACH It. Od, AEI IS. MUSICIANS, AND OTHERS SEEKING ENGAGEMENTS. J'HREE LINES Laid additional PREPAID) DISPLAYED LINES. EACH Unis Scale does not appij to Displayed Advertisements, the rate tor which Is 7s. per single col. Inch. For the convenience ol ad
August 13, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WRITE FOR LISTS.

WRITE FOR LISTS.

;S PLATING—Lowest Prices tii-.e. money and trouble, and r.ilreds of our delighted customei* every satisfaction from- ALEX BURNS, LTD., 132. Shaftesbury-avenue, (Opposite Palace Theatre). Phone: Gerrard 3796. urs : till 6. Bat. 10 to 2.30. I STKL ORGAN, low pitch, for hire; » Cel
August 13, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Jean to Compere.

Jean to Compere.

Seeing Joan Davis at the Empire, Shepherd's Bush, last week, after a long interval from variety, we pro Burned that this versatile entertainer must have been away on the Continent. On the contrary, Joan has been a very busy soul right in the West End, and with her associate, Zcl
August 13, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AT EAST HAM PALACE,

AT EAST HAM PALACE,

Miss Ruby Kimberley’s revue entertainment under this name proved successful on Monday, in so much as the house departed fully satisfied with t,ho value received. It is not so pretentious as many touring shows, but what is there is decidedly good. Mr. Fred Morgan is a North Count
August 13, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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ACHEL CROTHERS. theatre. are open-minded and welcome talent from every nationality. Our interest foreign things is inexhaustible. The native American

ACHEL CROTHERS. theatre. are open-minded and welcome talent from every nationality. Our interest foreign things is inexhaustible. The native American

drama. too, is forging ahead and in the long run the native drama is the only thing which really endures. Irish and Russian players and playwrights enjoy an enormous but only temporary vogue. Wo arc delighted to see them; wj probably absorb something from them. But afterwards re
August 13, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL THEATRES.

PROVINCIAL THEATRES.

PROVINCIAL ENTERTAINMENTS. PROPRIETORS’ A MANAGERS' ASSOCIATION Registered Office : 73, Bride-street, Manchester. Telephone : 537 City. Secretary : P. PerclrnL
August 13, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
The Public the Final Judo*.

The Public the Final Judo*.

Quite regardless of the financial condition of the world, the public, foei sure, will always have enough money to pay for the shows it wants see. Neither wars, revolutions not any of the convulsions you like to name have over succeeded in killing the theatre. The only thing whic
August 13, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Luna Park,

Luna Park,

One evening after dinner the five us took a t.aja and went out Lima Park, where Aubrey Hammond and Alec Joluistono amused themselves the switchback and other side-shows. A feature of this great amusement is the Ivith, in which one can have the rough sea-bathing in tho middle of
August 13, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
COMMON SENSE ABOUT THE THEATRE. TALK WITH MISS

COMMON SENSE ABOUT THE THEATRE. TALK WITH MISS

Miss Rachel Crothers chose for her self the career of a theatrical author and producer. She has been very sue cossful; has written about thirty plays since she was in her ’teens: staged thj majority of them herself; and now she moves about a theatre with the quiet authority of o
August 13, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England