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All Pools' Carnival.

All Pools' Carnival.

Tickets are selling well for the All Fools* Carnival, which members of the Actors* Club, headed bv Mr. Clive Currie and Mr. Cecil Bartn, are organising to take place the Hotel Cecil on Monday next. Miss Gladys Cooper, who is president of the club, will present the prizes for the
March 26, 1924 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE REALM OF MUSIC.

THE REALM OF MUSIC.

BDITX rUBKBOOB Edith Furnwdge csrried , exacting programme at Hall with very great succeu. e,. to come amiss to this mger, so nitmctive is hex ‘f*;, for character and coatrast, her command her vocal hie would have said that the music to suit her style best " Divinitds du Sty*,"
March 26, 1924 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HE E R A.

HE E R A.

MARCH 26, 1921
March 26, 1924 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Ths Dla Band.

Ths Dla Band.

The Dix Band, which op. n. <l ib« Queen’s Hall Roof on Tue-.I .y evening, recently completed an > ano* a half weeks’ very successful ' ment the Olympia Dai!"- when it played to nearly a C|aarur« a million people. The wn.la. tor « the band is now Jimmy Claii* . Mr. Clarke is alre
March 26, 1924 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FORTV-TWO YEARS OF VARIETY. Memories of tlw Old Royal. [Mr. i'hath* (hitlirer is giving a testimonial at the Holborn Empire,

FORTV-TWO YEARS OF VARIETY. Memories of tlw Old Royal. [Mr. i'hath* (hitlirer is giving a testimonial at the Holborn Empire,

on Friday, April 4, to Mr. Frederick William Brown, the head the catering deportment, who has been associated with that hull for over forty years.] Mr. Brown, who can well rememlier Mr. George Leybourne Champagne Charlie ’*), whose first and subsequent successes are indelibly as
March 26, 1924 - The Era - London, London, England
 
g.3Q ISLIWQTOW MAVNC. JACK LANK. MARRY THE McNAUBNTONt. MILLER A CANRINB. BEORBK WINDSOR. POPLAR HIPPO. 9.0 Will DaltM TSt M»ikal

g.3Q ISLIWQTOW MAVNC. JACK LANK. MARRY THE McNAUBNTONt. MILLER A CANRINB. BEORBK WINDSOR. POPLAR HIPPO. 9.0 Will DaltM TSt M»ikal

Rtvit, •* HEADS OR TAILS.” .SO ROTHERHITriE riIPPO. 9.1 TN« Kut LtM«a Fl«»tr« (DirMlMn, Min DnttSy Msllori), Frnwt ** SWEENEY TODD.” .30 COLLINS'S. 9. Tut Itorth L*nJ*i (DirMtiaf, Mist Daratky MallarJ). Prnants ” BROKEN HOMES.”
March 26, 1924 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ARCHIE 6LEN

ARCHIE 6LEN

MM« »f In imw LmJf* PALAOt, WAL'
March 26, 1924 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THREE WIVES; 08. HAS A WIFE THE BIGHT? Now pitying Syndicate Tour. L.T.V. and Macnaghten Tour* Booked. WANTED, MARCH 31,

THREE WIVES; 08. HAS A WIFE THE BIGHT? Now pitying Syndicate Tour. L.T.V. and Macnaghten Tour* Booked. WANTED, MARCH 31,

APRIL 38, MAY !»(?), JUNE 3.' Only Vacant Datca until Autueaa. RE FERENCE; Thratre Royal, Aldershot, where this play did BIG BUSINESS March 3 week. All tw .i.,,.™...,—, i ■., Mitt HILDA STEWART, 81, Backiagham Gata, Laadta, 8.W.1, ’Phont, Vklaria 1881, BERT BERNARD, 1, T Otari R
March 26, 1924 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NEW GRAMOPHONE WAR More Price Cutting QKIRMISHINGS have been going on, more or less quietly for the past few months,

NEW GRAMOPHONE WAR More Price Cutting QKIRMISHINGS have been going on, more or less quietly for the past few months,

resulting in the transference of recording artists from company to company. One curious sequel to this is that this month both His Master’s Voice and Parlophone issue records by Lily Pons. But the real declaration of war came with Decca’s issue this month of records the Queen’s
July 3, 1935 - The Era - London, London, England