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•• Lot U$ Bo Gay.”

story that was considerably circulated last week that Mias Tallulah Bankhead intended to Hollywood shortly seemed give the impression that she is leaving cast of Ivot Us Gay,” at the Lyric Theatre, which has developed into the biggest success she has had since she went “starring
October 8, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
“THREE’S COMPANY.”

“THREE’S COMPANY.”

AT THE R.A.D.A. THEATRE. A Comedy Three Act! by Gilbert Davis, presented the R.A.D.A Players on Sunday, Oct. 5. SSSSSTJar..;;;:;; i Arthur BeUingrham ... C«dnc Arnold Fron sham Wella Camille Flemin* LaacM^ Peacv Fleuiac Carol Kecs muu Barton Harold EutlMld Producer ... Nofmaa Pa
October 8, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NEXT WEEK’S CALLS. MONDAY, OCTOBER 27. 1930. The Editor relies upon the good faith of managers and others, and cannot

NEXT WEEK’S CALLS. MONDAY, OCTOBER 27. 1930. The Editor relies upon the good faith of managers and others, and cannot

accept responsibility with regard to any inaccuracies or changes which may be made in the calls. BILL MATTER FOR NOV. 17, 1930, NOW DUE. EDINBURGH THEATRE ROYAL (reh. 12). —Flotsam and Jetsam. Leo Sax Trio. Juggling Demons, Dave Poole. Jack Martell Jack Strand and Joan Wells, Te
October 22, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MONCKTON SYDNEY

MONCKTON SYDNEY

Parade Pier. Southsea 1930 PLAYHOUSE PLAYERS. - Play house. Cardiff. NORTHAMPTON REP. PLAYERS.- 0.H.. Northampton. PROVINCIAL PLAYERS.-Pier, Colwyn Bay. REGENT REP.—Regent, London. REPERTORY CO.-Greyhound, Croydon. SHEFFIELD REP.-Rep.. Sheffield. VICKER’S STOCK.—Burslem. WALKLEY
October 22, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
“THE ERA” LETTER BOX

“THE ERA” LETTER BOX

A Humped addreued entelope mini 6« moloied Kith aj.plKaiton Jae eaa Letter. eireulare or paretlt admitted ‘hie tut amiuion can be made <Au tpi '-Liter 12 noon Saturday. Wk » exercising ail necessary eare. do not hem ourselves responsible tor any loss sustained in connection with
October 22, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THESE SCHOOLS ABE THE LAST WORD IN MODERN STAGE DANCING.

THESE SCHOOLS ABE THE LAST WORD IN MODERN STAGE DANCING.

Every Instructor is an Individual Dance Producer and Arranger, and has the advantage of bemg an Arhst with 15 years stage experience, they are absolute Masters of all kinds of stage dancing, and you require, the latest (broken Rhythm) Dancing, American Tapping. Military Tapping,
October 22, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
m VAN m: net.

m VAN m: net.

Must » x month- Wills C 450. I. IJ. tw° .SitxoplioiK* and one Trumpet players for busking. ICB, vingston e-rd ., Baitorsoa. S.W. AANTi:I) immediately, first-class Alto ▼ ▼ and Tenor Kaxea. dblf?. Clarinet and Violinist, etc., for. superior semi-pro. ;45. The Era.” , WANTKD, Trum
October 15, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
M. MOIR. Sec.

M. MOIR. Sec.

MUSICIANS’ WANTS. WANTED ISrat-class Violinist- Le?dar, Rifes or A>erm.: exp. any bus. 'Phone : Archway 2555. Kelsey, 14, Windsor-rd., H'llcway. ■ . WANTED. Engagement Lender Violinl'te; exp. In any business. Miss Marie Gold, 15(in, Finchley rd., Hampstead, N.W.3. WANTED KNOWN,
October 15, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
nAjsicians WANTED.

nAjsicians WANTED.

tiir cinema bureau f Recognised the Bureau every 18, CECIL CROSS RO..
October 15, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England