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BIRTHDAYS OF THE WEEK

BIRTHDAYS OF THE WEEK

Many Happy Raturn* Bertha Graham —Dec. 24. F. J. Pitt—Dec. 24. Leslie Vernon—Dec. 24. Carlotta Anson —Deob 25. Ivy Millais —Dec. 25. Frank Turner —Dec. 25. Mario Lyons—Dec. 25. R. F. Turner—Dec. 25. Daisy Clitford —Dec. 25. Grace George—Dec. 25. Fay Templeton—Dec. 25. Langhornc
December 24, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TO PROFESSION A

TO PROFESSION A

YOU ARK NOT ALREADY BOOKS, DO KOI HESITATE OIVK A CALL WITH VIEW TO A FREE AUDITION. WE ARE THE RECOGNISED BUREAU FOR SOUND GAG KM ENTS OF EVERY DESCRIPIION A WORD OF ADVICE _TO__MUBICAL AND MANAGERS. V IT WILL PAY TOD GET IN WITU KOR ORUIIK3TRAS. HOVRLTV BSSBS QUAK TKTTP.3 TRIO
December 24, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE FORUM

THE FORUM

South Kensington's magnificent new picture theatre, the Forum, which was described in last week’s ** The Era, was opened on Thursday night, the ceremony being undertaken Councillor Cordon Bird, the Mayor ol Kensington. Ho was supported on the stage by Mr. Herbert Yapp, managing
December 24, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Julian Wylie Busy

Julian Wylie Busy

Julian Wylie talked to me the other day about his activities this Christmas. It is astonishing that one man can much, for. in addition to the Dominion, is staging four provincial pantomimes. I was let into some of the secrets in Aladdin/’ which opens Christmas Eve. The Arabian N
December 3, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
We# Gorgie Wted.

We# Gorgie Wted.

Wee Gcorgie Wood intends sailing Jor the American Continent, in the New Year. Meanwhile he under* taking a short, provincial tour in his latest sketch. Half Clown.” Last week, at Birmingham Hippodrome, he received quite an ovation. His render of ‘‘Laugh, Clown, Laugh!” was cleve
December 3, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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SCALE OF CHARGES.

SCALE OF CHARGES.

SMALL JHALP-INOH OEEP>- 4/- THIRTEEN INIERTIONI £2 0 DOUBLE IPACE (ONE INCH OEEP>- _. _. g/- THIRTEEN INSERTIONS £4 Q PHOTO BLOCKS, JQ/- EXTRA.
December 3, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NIXON GREY

NIXON GREY

Dec. 1, EMPIRE, gWANSEA. The Comodun who com where*** n* go**.
December 3, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FELICE NAPIER

FELICE NAPIER

AMERICAN VOCALIST. With Toto’t Road Show.
December 3, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MISS ELLA SHIELDS

MISS ELLA SHIELDS

Dec. 1, PALACE, SOUTHAMPTON. DM t, PALACE, LEICESTER.
December 3, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
IANGTON LADIES. •4 Dance Speciality. Violin. Piano, Brums, Saxophone. Cafe. Combine includes or substitutes Baujo, 'Cello, etc., etc Edna Langton,

IANGTON LADIES. •4 Dance Speciality. Violin. Piano, Brums, Saxophone. Cafe. Combine includes or substitutes Baujo, 'Cello, etc., etc Edna Langton,

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December 3, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England