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THEATRICAL EMPLOYERS' REGISTRATION ACTS 1925-1928.

THEATRICAL EMPLOYERS' REGISTRATION ACTS 1925-1928.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that WILLIAM CEDRIC BAILEY, rcsid intr a-t 34, Ribblosdale Place, Preston, intend? to apply to tlio Preston Borough Council for registration under the above-named Act. Sept. 30th, 1930. Notice is hereby given that Frederick pepys cockerell. residing at 29,
October 8, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Ths Modern Test,

Ths Modern Test,

I asked Sir Nigel Playfair what alterations was making in the Dryden play, which is staged at' the Lyric. Hammersmith, tomorrow evening. told me that there would lie practically none until tlio last act. which has been tightened by Clifford Bax. who the revisions, but, added I w
October 8, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE COLISEUM.

THE COLISEUM.

When streets are filled with cold winds and tragic newsbills, audience* need amusement, but are hard amuse. For this reason it is particularly fortunate that the present programme contain* an exceptionaliy number of comedian*. The first i* Audrey Knight, short, plump and ▼ery jo
October 8, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SCALE OF CHARGES. SMALL SPACE (HALP-INCH OEEP)-

SCALE OF CHARGES. SMALL SPACE (HALP-INCH OEEP)-

ONE INSERTION THIRTEEN insertions £2 10 0 DOUBLE SPACE (ONE INCH OEEP)- ONE INSERTION „ « & THIRTEEN INSERTIONS £* IQ Q PHOTO BLOCKS, IQ/’ EXTRA, THE LAUGHING FOOL.
October 8, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BOXING KANGAROO Sole Agent: GEORGE MILLETT. JEAN KENNEDY

BOXING KANGAROO Sole Agent: GEORGE MILLETT. JEAN KENNEDY

SCOTLAND’S COMEDY GIRL. Oct. G, EMPIRE, HACKNEY. Oct. IJ, PAVILION, LIVERPOOL. BRON’S REHEARSAL ROOM BROADWOBD OBKND PIANO ... ™ *'• , * HOUBAIM) all th. PublialHr,* Dance Hite In Stocli. J7, GERHARD STREET. W.l. "*»’ * ,9t ’
October 8, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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“ BLACK HAND GANG.”

“ BLACK HAND GANG.”

BLACK HAND GANG.” That human boy, Georgie Wood, has jumped to the top of the talkie world with one leap. In his picture, The Black Hand Gang, he heads a ciowd of healthy youngsters, who typify the British boy and boars comparison with any boys of our school days or any of the fil
October 29, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ANNUITIES ANNUITIES ACTORS AND ACTRESSES should make provision for OLD AGE INCAPACITATION by investing the Royal general theatrical FUND, which

ANNUITIES ANNUITIES ACTORS AND ACTRESSES should make provision for OLD AGE INCAPACITATION by investing the Royal general theatrical FUND, which

offers GREATER ADVANTAGES than can je obtained in any Insurance Office. Write for full particulars to rules, subscriptions etc., to B BULL. Secretary. 55 and 56, Goschen Buildings, 12 and 13. Henrietta-street, Covent Garden. London. W.C.2. Haven of rest" for aged members of the
October 29, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA

THE ERA

October 29, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS

MISCELLANEOUS

ASTON HIPPODROME (reh. 12).—" Mr ' AYR°GAIETY (reh. 1) (Flat pitch).- James Hunter presents his Bull s Eye Road Sh BARROW IN-FURNESS TIVOLI (reh. 11). —■* Lc Reve Parisien.” BATH PALACE (reh. I). Tiny Town °b!!X€KPOOL PALACE VARIETY THEATRE. —Sir Harry Lauder. Mahala. Florence O
October 1, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Streatham Astoria.

Streatham Astoria.

Owing to an argument with a very charming policeman with regard to tho two-hour car parking laws, I missed Miss' Ann Penn’s opening speech. I believe, however, she j announces she intends giving her audience a complete vaudeville per- I formanoe in tho short space of time she oc
October 1, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England