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AND HIS DUTCH ACCORDEON SERENADERS With CM LAFLEUR electric organ MpLII: PAL., PLYMOUTH SOLE AGENT: GERARD HEATH
September 14, 1939 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PRINCIPAL CABARKT VAKIITY BAUM BONSBBT Howard Baker

PRINCIPAL CABARKT VAKIITY BAUM BONSBBT Howard Baker

ENTERPRISES LTD.. SS, CHARINO CROSS ROx W.C.2 Tiqpta Bm TMt/1. ■■■>«» (/; kid. FOSTER’S AGENCY M MM AfMKf AmmUHmi Pieeadllly Houm, Piccadilly Circus, W.l NAT DAY’S AGENCY »■*—* *- “*•> N, NEW (HVONDfnKKT. W. 0.1 CHAS. PERRIER, ltd. (■iliri At—te IK.) In vi«w of tko pr«Mnc situat
September 14, 1939 - The Era - London, London, England
 
S. HOWARD’S POSTHUMOUS PLAY Memorial Prize Planned THE play on which the late Sidney Howard was working at the time

S. HOWARD’S POSTHUMOUS PLAY Memorial Prize Planned THE play on which the late Sidney Howard was working at the time

of his death may be finished by a brother member of the Playwrights’ Company. The play was a life of Benjamin Franklin, based on Carl van Doren’s biography. His last finished play, Madam, Will You Walk? is to be the company’s first production of the season, opening at Boston on
September 14, 1939 - The Era - London, London, England
 
out to the Secretary of State for Scotland, Mr. John Colville, by Lord Provost P. J. Dollan when the Scottish

out to the Secretary of State for Scotland, Mr. John Colville, by Lord Provost P. J. Dollan when the Scottish

Secretary met the Emergency Committee of Glasgow Corporation on Saturday afternoon. Mr. Colville was told that the regulations meant that cinemas were open in Rutherglen and Giffnock. Opening cinemas in such districts would mean a danger of overcrowding, and the Lord Provost con
September 14, 1939 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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£ra Editor : EDWARD W. BETTS. I THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1939 Seal* of charge* for 'WANTED ADVERTISEMENTS LATCST TIMS POP MCIIVIHO ADVTS. It a.m. WPPMPSPAY. _ BBEATRES. COMPANIES, ARTISTS, * mid MUSICIANS. ETC. WANTED. MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES FOP SALE. N« Adeertlsement «m InwrM unl
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ACADEMIES & SCHOOLS

ACADEMIES & SCHOOLS

Royal college or music (Incorporated by Royal Charter, Prince Consort-road, South London. S.W.T. . His Majesty the King. Patrons Her Majesty Queen Mary. President: H.R.H. The Duke of Kent K.G. _ Director; George Dyson, D.Mua. (Oxoni. F.8.C.M., Hon. R.A.M. Hon. Secretary: Charles
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ARTISTS WANTED

ARTISTS WANTED

ARTISTS to Join Theatre Acting Section. Moderate subacription. Also Igady or Gentleman desirous o£ learning Stage Management or Scenic design and nainUng. Premium required. Salary after apprenticeship. •• q•* Theatre. Kew Bridge. WANTED. Resident Musicians, Leader, Violin, Condu
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MELVIN

MELVIN

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September 14, 1939 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ORCHESTRATIONS

ORCHESTRATIONS

TVORIS . OATLEY LESLIE EVANS Highest professional experience of stage, broadcasting, recording, contesting, comxnercial arranging, etc. Quick and effi- 6. Milton-avenue. Barnet. London, N 'Phone: Barnet 4593. . behalf of tb« ProprictorTiad PublUMr.. Th«uic-rubti»ti<». (.„o). Ud.
September 14, 1939 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CLOSING AND RE-OPENING

CLOSING AND RE-OPENING

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