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MORDELLI TRIO

MORDELLI TRIO

ON Tf fE ROAD
April 18, 1934 - The Era - London, London, England
 
T.taouHl OTrtl I T«l«plK»« 1 “Cimtoll. \ I |l| I T«npt« ,50 °- Lotion." iiqm). THEATRES CORPORATION, Ltd. COLISEUM BUILDINGS,

T.taouHl OTrtl I T«l«plK»« 1 “Cimtoll. \ I |l| I T«npt« ,50 °- Lotion." iiqm). THEATRES CORPORATION, Ltd. COLISEUM BUILDINGS,

LONDON, W.C.2. Chairman Managing Director: SIR OSWALD STOLL, Secretary end Chief Accountant i ROLAND J. BENTLEY. ARTISTS* DEPT. I NeßOtimtlone, A. D. DAVIS. Datee, LLEWELLYN JOHNS. Address all communications to the Managing Director, Col tecum Box Office. ’Phone Temple Bar 3161.
April 18, 1934 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MODERNISED OPERA

MODERNISED OPERA

Innovations at Covent Garden EMARKABLE modernisation ol scenery and staging will mark the coming grand opera season at Covent Garden. The whole stage lighting has been replaced by a new system, equal to the finest lighting equipment to be found in any of the big Continental oper
April 25, 1934 - The Era - London, London, England
 
“ MERRY WIVES OF RENO ”

“ MERRY WIVES OF RENO ”

MERRY WIVES OF RENO Semi-farcical comedy. A pair of newly-weds settle their differences after a series of mix-ups at a Reno hotel. The old guard of the Warner comedy company keep things moving reasonably well. Acceptable offering for those who like marital misunderstandings and f
April 25, 1934 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA TRADE SHOW PANEL

THE ERA TRADE SHOW PANEL

“Rhythm in the Air.” Pat O’Brien. Radio Romance. Excellent musical fare. “The Return of Bulldog Drummond.” Ralph Richardson. Bulldog gets his teeth well in. Very good. The Ninth Guest.” Genevieve Tobin. Wholesale death in thrilling mystery. Melody in Spring.” Lanny Ross. Music h
April 25, 1934 - The Era - London, London, England
 
H.R.H. THE DUKE OF CONNAUGHT,

H.R.H. THE DUKE OF CONNAUGHT,

KG. Principal: SIR JOHN B. McEWEN, M.A., D Mus. MIDSUMMER TERM BEGINS MONDAY. APRIL 30.
April 25, 1934 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA mark ostrer on the tax PLIGHT OF HALLS

THE ERA mark ostrer on the tax PLIGHT OF HALLS

(R,'rintedfrom the “Daily Herald") rills is always difficult time of i. - year lor the Chancellor i:\ciiequer, tout paradoxically ■ iimii-Ii liis difficulties are increased , known that he is in pos -- of surplus. \\ lea there is a deficit the various - , ,Ml- sources remain qui
February 28, 1934 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SCREEN GOLFERS

SCREEN GOLFERS

Benevolent Fund Cup CCREEN golfers played for the Renevolent Fund Challenge Cup at Stoke Poges on Sunday. There was a good entry and play was keen. S. Foster (14), last year’s winner, again secured the trophy, his score being CO net. Maurice Ostrer (4) was runner-up with 72. Oth
February 28, 1934 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A MANNERINC

A MANNERINC

FRIDAY NIGHT IS CARNIVAL NIGHT (Far Hw BRANDON THOTAB MADGE CHRIST* SUNDAYS ONLY CECIL BARTH
February 28, 1934 - The Era - London, London, England
 
T PALLADIUM

T PALLADIUM

power at memory with which Datas is gifted? It is uncanny. Anita, Charles and Alvis present a charming dancing act, the Four' Riches give a quick fire display of acrobatics, and Raglus makes the art juggling look absurdly simple. After them come the veterans of variety, to carry
February 28, 1934 - The Era - London, London, England