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February 5, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WANTED Known, first-class Solo-and Orchestral ’Cellist liberty, any business. 'Cellist, 307, Bramhall-lane, Stockport. WANTED, Engagement exp. ’Cellist, dblg. Tenor Banjo;

WANTED Known, first-class Solo-and Orchestral ’Cellist liberty, any business. 'Cellist, 307, Bramhall-lane, Stockport. WANTED, Engagement exp. ’Cellist, dblg. Tenor Banjo;

London districts; any business. Box 584, “The Era.” WANTED Known, real good ’Cellist at liberty. Will give one week’s trial for reasonable offer. C/o 54, Blenheimstreet. Hull. ANTED, Engt. by young 'Cellist, ▼ cinema or oafe; previous experience. ’Cellist 18, Stockwell-grove, 5.
February 5, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WANTED, Engt., Brilliant Trumpet Soloist. Refs, and Press cuttings from Symphony, Concert, Cinema, Ballrooms, Cafe, Variety Hall and Military Bands.

WANTED, Engt., Brilliant Trumpet Soloist. Refs, and Press cuttings from Symphony, Concert, Cinema, Ballrooms, Cafe, Variety Hall and Military Bands.

A conscientious, reliable musician. Brilliant tone. Joe Birrell, 28, Graylundsrd.. Walton, Liverpool. WK/ANTED Known, Trumpet, first-class, ▼ ▼ young, modern style, expd., want! odd gigs. 0.F., 39, Camberwell grove, S.E.S. ’Phone: Rodney 2793. IVM7ANTED, by Trombone, Dance Engag
February 5, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MUSICIANS’ WANTS.

MUSICIANS’ WANTS.

WANTED, perm. Engt. (home abroad), exp. theatres, varieties, cinema, etc., reliable, smart, young Lady Drummer and Tympanist, ex. refs., good kit. Drummer, wire 3. Edmuad-st., Little Horion-laue, Bradford. WANTED expd. Drummer, odd or perm engis. Norman. 7, Kingston House, Camde
February 5, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FEBRUARY 5, 1930,

FEBRUARY 5, 1930,

February 5, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
to Mary jf Michael had not turned Mary if she would take the risk and up and found her weeping

to Mary jf Michael had not turned Mary if she would take the risk and up and found her weeping

her heart marry h.ini. It was beautifully out on that May morning in one of written scene, at the end of which one the ST. JAMES’S. the- least-frequented rooms of the felt that of the two “sins” jt was . Museum. She had been married to inevitable that these two delightful . i.ir
February 5, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Leicester’s Little Theatre.

Leicester’s Little Theatre.

The Leicester Drama Society, who have for groat number of years been trying to establish a theatre where they could produce their own plays, have acquired the Rochabilo Hall in Doverstreet, and after alterations it was opened to a large and appreciative gathering, with Oscar Wil
February 5, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Actors and Their Parts.

Actors and Their Parts.

At the Gallery First Nightors’ Sunday, Dr. Harold Dcarden ' speak on ” Actors Who Live Parts.” The chair will be 7.15 p.m. by Sir Henry Dennett, K.C,
February 5, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BCfIOCmiES AMD BBHOOLI. *ppllc»Ma« t» th» 'A*] Tub fay DRAMATIC AW, 28 and 29. M Uoa Square, W. 0.1. All

BCfIOCmiES AMD BBHOOLI. *ppllc»Ma« t» th» 'A*] Tub fay DRAMATIC AW, 28 and 29. M Uoa Square, W. 0.1. All

branches of Stace Training. Day Time and BYOftlßg OtSMea. Ai>niy Miss Pay Comntoa, Itoom D.. J 3.D.A. Offices. 29, Red Lion Square. liolborn, W.CJ.
February 5, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Cauitfn’t Keep Off the Stag*

Cauitfn’t Keep Off the Stag*

Although I met her on the stage - she had just finished a busy morning’s rehearsing—she was not all inclined rive performance for my benefit. ( Her behaviour and manner speaking were quite unaffected. What induced you to on the stage *’ was «ny first question. One reason was tha
February 5, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England