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■PHO.NE—UAHYLAND 2921

■PHO.NE—UAHYLAND 2921

(unary Camaa IFlrapraal and NanaraaTad). Firaaraafad Sauia, Natlinf Cawnunt CMIk, Caliaa, Transaarant Ctotte, Velvetoons, Tovotlint Adi Flamiol. Clotkft, Nooeiono on# tori mo. How# Fly Linoo, Wiro Linoo, Cloot Linos, Druggoto, WoAWnco, Flatfom tonilory twokpidg Fowßors, Wotorpro
April 12, 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BAND CARDS

BAND CARDS

KHP YOU* NAM* BEFORE THE MANAOERE. YOUR CARO IN “THE ERA” COET* IM. M. FOR INEERTIOME OR 12*. EE. WITH COPY OP “THE ERA POETEO FREE EACH WEEK. AT- BEECH AND HIS BAND. •• Straight." Dance," tod ”Tango” Orchestra (6). All corns, to Business Manager. Res. Farrow. Martin's Esplanade
April 12, 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WILSON KEPPEL and BETTY IN THEIR ORIGINAL COMEDY DANCE ACT Now appearing In C. B. Cochran s New Sipper Show

WILSON KEPPEL and BETTY IN THEIR ORIGINAL COMEDY DANCE ACT Now appearing In C. B. Cochran s New Sipper Show

“Revels in Rhythm” TROCADERO RESTAURANT. LONDON. W. SOLE REPRESENTATIVES : FOSTER S AGENCY
April 12, 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
“A BRAND TO THE END OF THE WORLD** Cariolamu, Act 3, Sc 1. “HERE’S HEALTH” WH ITBREAD'S WONDERFUL LONDON STOUT

“A BRAND TO THE END OF THE WORLD** Cariolamu, Act 3, Sc 1. “HERE’S HEALTH” WH ITBREAD'S WONDERFUL LONDON STOUT

A Splendid Tonic. INDIA PALE ALE Clear and Brilliant. A SPLENDID TONIC FOR THE PROFESSION, For Nunc of Nearest Agent apply to:— BRITANNIA STREEtTgRAY’S INN RD^ LONDON, WXXI. r.I.sSM. TERMINUS «MI It UmU DRINK A FEAR NOT” Henry VI. (3), Act a. Sc. 3.
April 12, 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
forgotten

forgotten

. ,1.1 MALL-DAVIS need not |, avi . died because she tlioii.lit that she was I who knew her or had seen ),,.i, 11hi never forget that figure of "airly and grace. An actress jjn ,i,, no more than claim a n'idh' in the memory of her own ration. She cannot refill the nidi' for gen
November 1, 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
“DALY EXPRESS”

“DALY EXPRESS”

TO ADVISER ON PUBLIC RELATIONS TO GAUMONTBRITISH By G. A. ATKINSON ARTHUR BEVERLEY BAXTER, editor-in-chief of the j Daily Express,” Lord Beaverbrook’s principal journalistic expert, has joined the Oauniont- British Pictures Corporation, at I an impressive salary, as adviser on p
November 1, 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TALKINQ SHOP ;

TALKINQ SHOP ;

TALKINQ SHOP ‘G.-B.MSTRUCtMHIAI.Lta.’ H. Bruce Woolfe Unit in New G.-B.E. Coapny Development Educntiwl Films Gn. EQUIPMENTS, I.TD., «n--• noume* tlie formation of new company—lnstructional, Ud.— vihiclt will undertake immediately the Intensive production of nontlieutricul dislrib
November 1, 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
44 BENEVOLENT99 STARS

44 BENEVOLENT99 STARS

BENEVOLENT 99 STARS A SPECIAL All-star Concert was presented at the London Hippodrome on Sundav in aid the Variety Artistes* Benevolent Fund. Amongst those appearing, permission of their respective management* were the following well known artists; Rose Perfect, Bennett and Willi
November 1, 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
leontine

leontine

“Finished Abroad” at Fulham—London's Shakespeare Opens —Dennis Roberts’s Dogberry~A Newstyle ThnUCT Style, have come «o expect from America. Judging from the reception given the audience on Sunday, night from my own vivid eatisfact'on. lhere ought be no doubt about tine P'»> * b
November 1, 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SAQAN AQAIN THE ERA the french players

SAQAN AQAIN THE ERA the french players

Ga«to and Hnmonr the Vic. and Wells THE French Players (I.es Coincdiens de Paris) who are tonring England have made two appearances in London, both times In plays. At the Old Vic. (writes It. h- »'•), the Placets did "L- M.lade Imaginaire.” It was thnlhug evening. T1 of acting w
November 1, 1933 - The Era - London, London, England