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MUSIC HALL ARTISTS WANTED

MUSIC HALL ARTISTS WANTED

HAURY LBATON'B AGENCY. ♦». Sau chiebsll slreet. Glasgow. 'Phoue. l)oog!«» 3U2. Grams. "Cockney. Olaagow." WANTED. Revues. Bi» VandfvilV C’ombinaliorui. Bi*r Attractions. Artists of every deecriotion, for date«. for first theatres and variety houses. Particulars find letter. Inte
23 February 1921 - The Era - London, London, England
 
GLASGOW COLISEUM

GLASGOW COLISEUM

Repel iteur. Applicants must experienced and tho roughly competent. Write, with full particulars experience, copies of references. Ac. to the MUSICAL DIRECTOR at the above-mentioned balls WANTED, brilliant Leader Violinist; also Drummer; must tip-top performers: start Saturday n
23 February 1921 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DRUMMER

DRUMMER

Permanent commencintf Applications to sent MK. DAN GODFREY, as above. THE PIER AND GRAND PAVILION. COLWYN BAY. WANTED. Tenders for supplying Orchestra. Season 1921. Siring Quintette, from July 3 to July 23. and Sent. 18 to Oct. 1. augmented by Brass and Wood Wind Temps. Ac., to
23 February 1921 - The Era - London, London, England
 
STUDIO CLUB CABARET.

STUDIO CLUB CABARET.

The spe* la! a'traction at last Thursday‘® Studio Club Cabaret was Miss Alice Clayton G.ceue, the knoAU elocutionist and diffuse, who was hoard in number of selections from her* repertoire, both grave and gay. Several of the items were |from Miss Greene’® own pen, not'ably one e
23 February 1921 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MY MUSIC

MY MUSIC

Lr-sIDE-DOWN PEOPLE— —WHERE IS When I was young and green, I was told that people in Australia walked upside down. Later on I decided that the notion was ridiculous. And 1 was right. Australians cannot walk upside down. But had Japan been substituted fo«r Australia, the assertio
23 February 1921 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE COLISEUM T.,1 notable to the London lo'ueum «eek ate Clapliuakl, the 0. .1 .h violin virtuueo, and the celebrated 1. (Tom Par.slan opera. Mile, i looretle Simon. Sir Oewald Stoll is to i' rtily congratulated on, and heartily i inked tor. eecnring them, whereby he has 'm the
23 February 1921 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Solely represented by JULIUS DAREWSKI.

Solely represented by JULIUS DAREWSKI.

Solely represented JULIUS DAREWSKI. im a aetiAiA Assn* •« Solely Represented by JULIUS IM A MUMC CHOP. dajIEWBK 1,122-124, Charing Cross
23 February 1921 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LONDON. SHOREDITCH.

LONDON. SHOREDITCH.

Alpho presents his latest veotriloquial, success, “Tinker the 'Tec,'* here. His ludicrous lay figure Tinker, who l putisas for his celebrated detective, Mr. Blake, and gives him advice to the! remedy for matricidal tendency the pan! of his wife. This delicate situation isf droll
23 February 1921 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MISS TEDDIE BUTT.

MISS TEDDIE BUTT.

ence. sorely, for lady appear, in place male member of the company, and Miss Butt fully deserved the hearty reception accorded her at the two performances last Wednesday. The popular artist was personally complimented on her succe*a by Mr. Neil Kenyon and Mr. Fred Barnes.
23 February 1921 - The Era - London, London, England