Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 10,061 articles

LONDON AS IT IS TALKING OF GOLD By GEORGE MUNRO

LONDON AS IT IS TALKING OF GOLD By GEORGE MUNRO

QOLD is where you find it, sez Cantor, and watching him make a bunch of Caledonians say farewell to bullion at the Dorchester was a scene that brought gladness to these eyes. He did the same, even in Glasgow. If only I had seen the Cantor collector in action at, say, Elstree. Th
July 28, 1938 - The Era - London, London, England
 
RE-OPENING BANK HOLIDAY AUGUST Ist

RE-OPENING BANK HOLIDAY AUGUST Ist

RE-OPENING BANK HOLIDAY AUGUST I st WITH
July 28, 1938 - The Era - London, London, England
 
EMLYN WILLIAMS

EMLYN WILLIAMS

PLAY Cast and Dates CMLYN WILLIAMS’S new play, “The Corn Is Green,” in which the author will co-star with Sybil Thorndike, is to open at Manchester on August 15. Stephen Mitchell, who is presenting, will bring it to the West End on September 21, after a five weeks’ tour. The cas
July 28, 1938 - The Era - London, London, England
 
z o 5 z 111 X o 11l z 111 i

z o 5 z 111 X o 11l z 111 i

July 28, 1938 - The Era - London, London, England
 
® ®-o • -3.ex: s o I=*- -J r<-O mfifl-g «LUQ J w> co «< = « w = S

® ®-o • -3.ex: s o I=*- -J r<-O mfifl-g «LUQ J w> co «< = « w = S

fe gui 5 < □l<S2o<o Ii.COOI-Q.flL * 2 ' ::^ *
July 28, 1938 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HATTON I MANNERS

HATTON I MANNERS

mioih/u. somcot MTirrn PALACS or VMICTIES" JULY <*; ALMAMBA. MAOPMO AIMINT 1: IMP.. MW (MM ‘Paaas: Marraw
July 28, 1938 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PRINCIPAI THE ERA

PRINCIPAI THE ERA

Productions, Ltd., present Summer Show." Cast includes: Jack RadclifTe, Vera McLean. Harold Dayne, J. Sherman-Fisher Girls, 4- Smith Brothers. Helen Norman and Bob Cumot. Richard Neller and Clarice Clare. Pratova and Jules, 3 Sandler Sisters. Glasgow Bmp. Bxti. Consort Hall (11)
July 28, 1938 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CARYLL

CARYLL

and HILDA
July 28, 1938 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ENGAGEMENTS WANTED

ENGAGEMENTS WANTED

WELL-KNOWN West End Theatre and Variety Conductor, able to lead with Violin; young, and of smart appearance. John Johnson, 26. Lordship Park, London. N. 16. Tel.: Stamford Hill 1452. VIOLIN, dbig. Tenor Sax., Clarinet. Reliable S. and D. Open for offers. Morton, 419, Fulham-road
July 28, 1938 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NEXT WEEK’S CALLS

NEXT WEEK’S CALLS

Iren* Williams, Jackson Rawlings, M. Hast, Dorothy Farrington, John Lawrence. Doris Dcimar, Summer Girls. Mill. —Co. as booked. Orand.—Chas. DenviUe’s M« we«ille ftil.—Co. booked. (Conttmwd from pass 13) Billy Cotton and Band, Randolph Sutton, Angers and Waller, Len Young. Bud C
July 28, 1938 - The Era - London, London, England