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WANTED KNOWN, Violin Leader doubling Saxophone* and Clarinets, with library; any business. 36, Dorsetstreet. Baker-street, W. 1; 'Pliooe Weibeck 2146.

WANTED KNOWN, Violin Leader doubling Saxophone* and Clarinets, with library; any business. 36, Dorsetstreet. Baker-street, W. 1; 'Pliooe Weibeck 2146.

WANTED Brst-claw VioliniM- Leadar. gi*« or perm.; exp. any bus. ■Phono Archway 2566. Kelsey, 14, Windsor-rd.( ■ WANTED, Engl. exp. Leader and ’Cellist dblg. Banjo, any bus., together or aep.; large library. Mus., 80, Oaklands-gToye. W. 12. WANTED, Engt. Violin repeiiteur 2nd, an
November 19, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL EMPLOYERS’ REGISTRATION ACTS 1925-1928.

THEATRICAL EMPLOYERS’ REGISTRATION ACTS 1925-1928.

November 19, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FRED ROPER AND HIS 20 WONDER MIDGETS NOV. 17 ROYALTY, BARROW. NOV. 24, EMPIRE, YORK. DOROTHY PENNY

FRED ROPER AND HIS 20 WONDER MIDGETS NOV. 17 ROYALTY, BARROW. NOV. 24, EMPIRE, YORK. DOROTHY PENNY

FRANCIS LAIDLER'S ALIVE AND KICKING.”
November 19, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Assistant Sporotary of the Guild, for their good work. Mrs. Coborn briefly replied. Miss Louiso Verc proposed vote of*thanks, to the Press, and “The Era roprowntation responded. Mrs. W. F. Bennett suggested that the Christmas cards be sent out earlier, and proposed, in felicitou
November 26, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
EMLYN WILLIAMS.

EMLYN WILLIAMS.

in my people. Only with them it has taken the form of preaching and listening to tho preacher. Our are very dramatic places indeed. J was intended for tho Ministry, but 1 made up my mind to come to London and go on the stage; not such big difference in tho choice of career os yo
November 26, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Irving’s First London Appoaranet.

Irving’s First London Appoaranet.

On a wall is play bill, IlaJI,” a piece by John Oxonford, in which Irving made his first appearance in London, on October 24th, 1859. The theatre was the Princess’s, which had just been redecorated. amusing to notice that greater prominence is given to the makers of tho medallio
November 26, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE 4 NOVEMBER 86. JOSO. ' ON THE ROAD. “THE ERA” LETTER BOX ; ~l :• “I’LL SWEAR UPON THAT

THE 4 NOVEMBER 86. JOSO. ' ON THE ROAD. “THE ERA” LETTER BOX ; ~l :• “I’LL SWEAR UPON THAT

BOTTfcE* . j PLAYS. ERNIE'S END.-Nov. 24, Mt%.. Stoke , tamf , cddreued tnvelopt bt tnkwd - Jenwesl, S. Sc. 2. * Newington. . Letter No circulars or parcels admitted lAmi' to 'iddttton or . 2.. , *v AUBI-Nov. 24, Gaiety, Hastings; Dec. FANCY FUEE.-Nov. 24, Empire, Strat- ,„ Mn m
November 26, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NOVEMBER 26. 1930,

NOVEMBER 26. 1930,

November 26, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Music Hall Ladies’ Guild.

Music Hall Ladies’ Guild.

Miss Lottie Albert tells us that the tickets for the Music Hall Ladies' (Juild Supper and Ball at tho Savoy Hotel, on Sunday, December 7th. are going very well, but she is most anxious that the profession shall be better represented. Mr, William Harrison is to take the chair, an
November 26, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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November 26, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England