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MUSIC HALL CARDS

MUSIC HALL CARDS

DAISY JAMES, Everybody - FuTonrite. rd.. BrlrtonbUL B.W ' 'Phone. JUS Brixtom.
July 4, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
The New Tivoli Theatre STRAND, W.C.2 Through the courtesy of T. F. Dawe, Esq., we have received the contract to

The New Tivoli Theatre STRAND, W.C.2 Through the courtesy of T. F. Dawe, Esq., we have received the contract to

supply the entire Theatre with Curtains and Draperies, also the Damask Chair Coverings for all the Seating, to designs and colourings specially prepared by us. J. H. EDGCOMBE, LTD., 36, SOHO SQUARE, LONDON, W.l
July 4, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
GEORGIE WOOD THE DAILY COURIER (Liverpool) An artist to his finger tips is Wee Georgia Wood, who is as strong

GEORGIE WOOD THE DAILY COURIER (Liverpool) An artist to his finger tips is Wee Georgia Wood, who is as strong

In dramatic art as he is in humour.” THE EVENING EXPRESS (Liverpool) says: “Wee Georgiv W'ood, that incomparable little comedian who ha* had no SUCCESSFUL imitator.” Direction - ERNEST EDELSTEN. VAUDtV LIES PETER PAN" GEORGIE WOOD “THE INTERNATIONAL FAVOURITE’ July 2— Grand Thea
July 4, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE VERY THING

THE VERY THING

Presented OTTO & OLGA Second year of continuous tour unbroken tucces et. All mauay* rs »ay. tin- clraiifft. fu di-vi rest .'•hew t« iny. KKTTKN DAXI SK\ KK\ WIIKRK. L.T.' ~ Pnv., Gln-'pc.w A. . haw first . la** tht atns Hi.*! u*** «1 term*. Eximnsivc » tlrst i-la»« j'l iiii ii'a
September 12, 1917 - The Era - London, London, England
 
t DMICHTER OF THE SLUMS

t DMICHTER OF THE SLUMS

WANTED, Sept. (follow Liverpool) Oct. 1. S, various onwards. Last Week played to nearly £2OO gross. Pavilion. Northwich. Refer H. Booth, Esq. CAN FOLLOW ANYTHING ANYWHERE. WIRE) WIRE! WIRE! E. NORMAN, Pier, Aberi •Iwyth New Empire, GARSTON. LIVERPOOL The Fatal Wedding The Fatal
September 12, 1917 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FIND THE LADY

FIND THE LADY

Unexpectedly Vacant MONDAY NEXT (alto Sept. 24 and Oct. 1.) Wire— HARRY RAY, New Theatre. Pontypridd, Wale*-
September 12, 1917 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MEW RULES FOR PORTSMOUTH THEATRES.

MEW RULES FOR PORTSMOUTH THEATRES.

In renewing the the Theatre R jal. the South Para'le Pier, the Hippo, dome, and the Colkeum, the Port mouth Watch lay® town the condition that the management take - prevent indecent or performance®, and > hal I proper offlcfra nod be in con tant attendance. that the public peace
September 12, 1917 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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September 12, 1917 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Evans Sons Lcscher & Webb Ltd. 56 Hanover Street Liverpool

Evans Sons Lcscher & Webb Ltd. 56 Hanover Street Liverpool

nn ff'Hfi'M ® .*■” a m>er I • <*vt Cn> i .r/f'i-i \ 9 »» >'">■ * /-rt'.-J Ol'ta*ntihle from our branrh at 02, William Street, York, anil from the Sole Aanitg for Canrula-The Rational Drug and Chemical Co. of Canada, Ltd,, Montreal, and their anchei. Warning. —See the Raised Bar
September 12, 1917 - The Era - London, London, England
 
“ARLETTE.”

“ARLETTE.”

A COMIC OPERA, in 3 Acts. Book by Claude Roland and L. Bouvet. Adapted for the English Stage by Jos£ Levy, and George Arthurs. Music Madame Jane Vieu, Guy Le Feuvre, and Ivor Novello. Lyrics Adrian Ross and Clifford Grey. Produced by Austen Hurgon. With WINIFRED BARNES and JOSEP
September 12, 1917 - The Era - London, London, England