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TWO NEW MONSTER BOOKS FOR THE NEW SEASON! No. 1. FORTUNES SNAPPY PAT TER BOOK. Cod. Burlesque and Mirtr material for Singles. Doubles, Concert and Revue Artists, etc. Price 2/8. No 2 CONTAINS FUNNY MONO LOUUES. FRESH (JAGS and PATTER “FORTUNE’S LAUGHING GAG” BOOK POST FREE 2/8.
September 17, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SKATING WANTS SKATING

SKATING WANTS SKATING

WANTED Known. E. K. Barry, late Manager, Brixton, Walpole, Rinks desires similar post, home or abroad; speaks French, German; N.S.A. Medallist; years’ experience. 12, Mazcnod-ave., W. Hampstead, Loudon.
September 17, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL E]IIPLOYERS, REGISTRATION ACTS 1925-1928.

THEATRICAL E]IIPLOYERS, REGISTRATION ACTS 1925-1928.

THEATRICAL E]IIPLOYERS , REGISTRATION ACTS 1925-1928. Notice is hereby given that maxwell holles, residing at 5. Summcrfiold-road, Bridlington, intends to to the East Riding of Yorkshire County Council for registration under the above-named Act. Dated Sept. Bth. 1930.
September 17, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
“BLACK DAWN."

“BLACK DAWN."

Play in Three Acts E. Dagnall, produced at the Grand Theatre, Croydon on Monday, Septembci Sir John Mostm Raby. MT. Barrie Livesey Roger Livesey George Raby Harry Lady Katherine Raby ... Gretchen Yafcee Elinor RidweU Elsie Wngstaße Kendel Both»«U Xalion Delamo Gerald Ames Carafe
September 17, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
– f LURAUURA.

– f LURAUURA.

- LURAUURA. WANTED to Let, Profess tonal and Amateur rORRSBYS. a. Bedford street. W.C.* WANTED to Let, large Rehearsal Room, parquet Hoot, good piano, band pitch. Frank Perry, 48, Caraabyit., Regent-st., mkrANTED TO LET. 2/- per hour. ▼ ▼ STRAND REHEARSAL SALON. 12. Brleigh-st. W
September 24, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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REVIVAL AT THE EVERYMAN

REVIVAL AT THE EVERYMAN

This play has some extent been brought up-to-date since its production at the Royalty ten years ago references to Mr. Baldwin. Mr. Ronald CoWnan and Mussolini; but in spite of these it still belongs an age which knew not the modern conception of comradeship and equality between
September 24, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Jack Warman.

Jack Warman.

We hear that Jack Warman leaving “Golden Arrows’* Leicester next week, and then resumes with his variety act until the end of the year, and will then probably play a season in pantomime. No. 1 TROUPE MADAME ACADEMY 62 *’bWXT0n! 5.W.9. EMPIRE, NEWPORT J rINPMA VARIETY Telephone :
September 24, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BROAOHEAO CIRCUIT.

BROAOHEAO CIRCUIT.

ASHTON UNDER-LYNE EMPIRE HIPPOtoME.—Dot Stephens presents Sunshine Sally Revue. ASHTON - UNDER - LYNE PAVILION Theatre.- Talkies. (U'HY HIPPODROME.—TaIkies. CROWN THEATRE. Ernie presents ' The Police Force Revue. i.IVEUPOOL PAVILION THEATRE Harry Anthony presents ” Playthings MA
September 24, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
“ TRUE TO THE NAVY.”

“ TRUE TO THE NAVY.”

TRUE TO THE NAVY.” Clara Bow w as never more alluring than in this now Paramount film. As Uuby Nolan in Solomon Bimberg’s store, she has a part in which she revels and a plot in which her work is excellent. Harry Green, Solomon. is perfect in his character work. Frederick March p
September 24, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
KNOWN A WORD OF ADVICE TO beginners.

KNOWN A WORD OF ADVICE TO beginners.

DO NOT DOUBTFUL. LET OFF lilt YOU OUR RENOWNED ASSISTANUEWE WILL NOT ENUOURAGK ARE ASSURED YOUR SUCCESS EMPLOY QUALIFIED MUSICAL DIRECTORS FOR THE PUR POSE OF GIVING YOU TIIOROUGII ORCHESTRAL TUITION. SIOHT-RBjIDISO EXPERIENCE. AND ACQUAINf YOU WITH ALL THE MODERN MUSICAL ARRANG
September 3, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England