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MAC All I

MAC All I

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
 
KIRBY’S FLYING BALLETS

KIRBY’S FLYING BALLETS

"Pstar Fan,” " Saasakl lbs WasS” (Drarr Lana) "RaOßMlof Head " (Onmrt OafSaa) AaSHarinnl MstagaadSajasraßaK dOdOFH KIROY, IM, tShTmI, Lsodan, S.W.I Tu/m Hill Halifax Pol. (12) (Low Pitch).—Co. as HuddorsOold Pol. (12) (Low Pitch).— Dick Henderson, Harrison Viney, Kaval and Byl,
September 14, 1939 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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AND now a word of advice to those leaders who have bands, the personnel of which consists mainly of men liable to be called up for National Service. I would suggest that you delegate to all your key men the responsibility of training his successor. Let them choose from the ranks
September 14, 1939 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MUSICIANS’ AND BAND CARDS

MUSICIANS’ AND BAND CARDS

BANDS Howard baker, BRITAIN’S BIGGEST BAND BOOKER. , and hie RADIO Band. London Aetortans. Delphia'ns. etc., available for aU types of function. caba re t Acts supplied. 69. Glenwood-gardens Ilford: or 26 Charing Cross-road. W.C.2. Phones: VAL 4043 and TEMple Bar 7662 and 7663.
September 14, 1939 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MUSICIANS

MUSICIANS

Thlrtten liwtrtlom lor im. ee. pjr maximum at thirty word*. Ona penny par week far each addltlanal kva warde, Ineludlnc peet-lraa cepy at "Tha Bra." tse. AGNEW, Wi. Guitar and Banjo. PA.: 50, Holders Hill-avenue. Hendon * M.W.4. *Phone: Hendon 3739. *D COLEMAN, Double Bass and P
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
 
THE ERA RADIO SONG HIT GUIDE

THE ERA RADIO SONG HIT GUIDE

“BEER BARREL” STILL ROLLING 'THIS list is strictly alphabetical, and does not conform to any other compiled up to are advised to keep it for future reference so as to keep au fait wun popular demands as normality returns. ChaooeL a.n Cha Comm Out Dash Angels Never Leave Heaven F
September 14, 1939 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ARTISTS AND NATIONAL SERVICE Where To Apply The Navy, Army and Air Force Institutes request that all artiste wishing to

ARTISTS AND NATIONAL SERVICE Where To Apply The Navy, Army and Air Force Institutes request that all artiste wishing to

volunteer for National Service in the scheme for entertaining members of H.M. Forces should make written application to the General Secretary of E.N.B.A. (Entertainments National Service Association), at Drury Lane Theatre, and not to the Entertainments Branch direct
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
 
ALFRED WINGROVE

ALFRED WINGROVE

MMMI THEATRICAL VARIETY ACENCY LTI Inoarporattof Gtnmrtl Mougw ERNEST WIN GROVE Mambar, of tka Atanta Aaaoclatlon 19, CHARING CROSS ROAD, LONDON, W.C2 WHITEHAU. till l*ae*hn A|eMsfcr ■. 0 LYluetm, U4. SMITH & CO. HAIRDRESSING SALOON 14> Charing Cross Road, W.C.2 (Opp. OM Alhambr
September 14, 1939 - The Era - London, London, England