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Lucan & McShane

Lucan & McShane

No Vacancies. Direction: Michael LYON
September 21, 1939 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TESSIE O’SHEA

TESSIE O’SHEA

lsal U; CMP.. ttom—HAH Direction CHARLES PERRIER, LTD.
September 21, 1939 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PRINCIPA

PRINCIPA

BURNS’^ (Members of Rents’ Anoc/at/on. Ltd.) 26, GharinK Qranßd. W.&2 WILL LEW COLLINS & GRADE TNEAimOAt VASSEVtUE EXgRAEDt or A«aotar Aaaaoftlon, Ltd.) GultS 2. CCCIL HOURS, 41, CHARMS €ROG» WJBJ fiat LONOOM JULIUS DAREWSKI TtlMraM: mmuMUHKI. ftMfVMItMWM* •aii« |SSSii^trf !B&?^
September 21, 1939 - The Era - London, London, England
 
GERARD HEATH AGERCY

GERARD HEATH AGERCY

Aldershot Hip. (10.30).—John D. Roberton to present: "Don’t Be Cross, Sergeant," with Frank O’Brlan. Three Musketeers. Three Pirates. Joe Hodgson, Charlie Ellis. Kingston Emp. (10.30). —James Shirvell to present: " The Desert Song," with Bruce Carfax. Blake Adams, Doris Francis.
September 21, 1939 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AGENTS BARNEY JACP'

AGENTS BARNEY JACP'

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September 21, 1939 - The Era - London, London, England
 
STAI W. WA

STAI W. WA

33, QMWrtfilH Tar, 'PIMM: uynrator WEST VARIETY LMI.II tKADC 3t/30a, OLOUCCST OkariM Gvmb lb nmf.amutm an—:" aCNiBAL THEATRICAL « V, ALFRED Wl Bural »!«■«««>« own Ntiwßtri the Arrm IV, aUUMG CROSS ROAD, wfurtHALL »■ SalaßaahltAf<ihr>.A SMITH ( HAIRDREBSINC li.Gkariag Craat (Orr.
September 21, 1939 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ERA \SH HAVE TWO WINNERS ■ Irwin Dash Music first with the two s of the moment. Be An England

ERA \SH HAVE TWO WINNERS ■ Irwin Dash Music first with the two s of the moment. Be An England

featured by the ,ras and military j being sung all over its stirring melody •eating a sensation aturcd. ? second song leaves imagination. Again •nfident assertion that big comedy hit it. 1 m Sending You Line (to hang your is the original song t. John Cooper s carle which appeare
September 21, 1939 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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September 21, 1939 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE THEATRE CARRIES ON Back to the Road By MARGERY ROWLAND

THE THEATRE CARRIES ON Back to the Road By MARGERY ROWLAND

rTHE theatre is getting back to work already. 11 • Although a fortnight’s closure was announced, towns all over the country are opening their theatres, a few .before the first week was over, a good many in this, the second week. Touring managers are planning ahead quickly. Louis
September 14, 1939 - The Era - London, London, England
 
VARIETY BACK AGAIN

VARIETY BACK AGAIN

MANY RE-OPENINGS ALL over the country during the week-end and since, variety booking offices were busy collecting information and re-assembling companies to open in theatres and music halls in those districts where local embargoes were being lifted. spent Monday hearing the good
September 14, 1939 - The Era - London, London, England