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11 January 1928 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A TsrrtMa CbarMtsr.

A TsrrtMa CbarMtsr.

THi* man wrot«* th« play which wc had all enjoyed on the stage; but was not Coagrere; it was just a sort essence of Con* grevo. distilled by Edith Evans and company, bottled Mr. Playfair, and finally retailed by Mr. Lion. The play had been very much eapnrgated, but there still r
11 January 1928 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FALMOUTH’S NEW THEATRE. THE GRAND THEATRE.

FALMOUTH’S NEW THEATRE. THE GRAND THEATRE.

Sole Proprietors: Meters. Harris Bros. General Manager: Harold R. Woodward. OPENING MONDAY. JANUARY 30th. WANTED, exceptionally strong Attraction open the above. Musical Comedy, High-clam Revue Recent. Well-known London Plav. Equitable terms can be arranged if* digstance stands
11 January 1928 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Telephones: LONDON: REGENT 7841 (5 lines). Telegrams: VOCABLE, WESTCENT, LONDON." Musical Directors and Professional Pianists write for particulars of our

Telephones: LONDON: REGENT 7841 (5 lines). Telegrams: VOCABLE, WESTCENT, LONDON." Musical Directors and Professional Pianists write for particulars of our

Orchestral or Pianoforte Subscription Clubs. Mssclictter Address: HIPPODROME BUILDINGS, OXFORD STREET. MANCHESTER.
11 January 1928 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MANCHESTER.

MANCHESTER.

ARDWICK EMPIRE—MD.. Sir Oswald Stoll; A.M.. Mr. W. Roberts : Marshall; Mns.l)., Mr. R. Hardwick I'lie revue, *‘ Piccadilly.” i« here this week. It is very bright and picture and has n plentiful supply of fun, a great deal of which comes from the busy and clever work Jackson Owen
11 January 1928 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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who want be heard as well as thorn who need to hear. It was proved, on this occasion, by the arrival, or, at 9.20 p.m. of all especially concerned to hear Busoni's Fantasia Oontrappuntistica." That tt actually sLarted a little later was of much less importance than certainty of
11 January 1928 - The Era - London, London, England
 
POSTCARDS

POSTCARDS

FROM ANY PHOTO. Time Inieh foor deyl. 55, 1/t; 5«, I/. • 1(10, »/.: 60rt, |7/. ; 1,000, M/t EnlnrgvmeDta 1/.. Sdftijjft and Frit, HACKETTS WORKS, JULY ROAD. LIVERI'OOI* ll lllllllllll(illllllllllllllllllii iiiiiiiiilinSliliyiH Rml to Wttf. th® of next montli. Reno® R«‘oi is be r
11 January 1928 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FAYRE FOUR SISTERS.

FAYRE FOUR SISTERS.

JUST CONCLUDED WITH ''X.Y.Z.” 'Pttana: Putney 4764. Phone: Streathtm 04tl. JUNE STIRLING SOUBRBTTB. • RED RIDING HOOD," PANTOMIME, GRAND TN., CROYDON. Permanent Address—€ 2, Sydney Road, West Kallng, W.IL ’Phone: Ealing BM3.
11 January 1928 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DAN BROS. & SHERRY

DAN BROS. & SHERRY

CONTRAST! RIVUC.” Jan. f, HIPPO., ST. NKLENt. OPMt to Oonttoy's Agoncy. SISTERS ST. VINCENT PRCSKNTINQ THEIR PROTEAN DANCING ACT. PANTO, OPERA HOUSE. MANCHESTER.
11 January 1928 - The Era - London, London, England
 
When I Met .Hally

When I Met .Hally

the Of An Irish *• Leonora," " Ev'ry Minute, Kv’ry Hour Of P.v’ry Day." " Only 1 Had Someone Like You," " Here The Show- lioat," " Hay It Again," * - To-night You Belong To Me." " Ting-a Ling," " Red Lips, Kiss My Away," " An* Furthermore," and " We—My Honey And Me." In the new
11 January 1928 - The Era - London, London, England