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EASTBOURNE READY FOR C.E.A. Conference Plans Tempt Showmen ADVANCE bookings by members of the C.E.A. for the annual summer conference

EASTBOURNE READY FOR C.E.A. Conference Plans Tempt Showmen ADVANCE bookings by members of the C.E.A. for the annual summer conference

at Eastbourne (June 22-26) are coming in rapidly. The Grand Hotel is already booked up. The Joint Summer Conference Committee, representative of the General Council, the London and Home Counties. Southern Midlands and Sussex Branches, has completed the final details of the arran
20 May 1936 - The Era - London, London, England
 
■AND HIS 1936 VARIETY ROAD SHOW

■AND HIS 1936 VARIETY ROAD SHOW

■WITH BILLY NELSON JACK K B U R ONLY WORKING LADS—GIVE ’EM A CHANCE FRIDAY NIGHT IS CARNIVAL NIGHT VALUABLE O^VEN^AWAY I— DIRECT FROM ITS PHENOMENAL SUCCESS ST “™°® - AT THE ALHAMBRA THEATRE SCENES | AS THE SHOW THAT JACK I MAGNIFICENT I COSTUMES BUILT
20 May 1936 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ALFRED HITCHCOCK

ALFRED HITCHCOCK

MAY 2(1, lit.jfi and as ord as cite r MLV films. ■— , ex citir>fe B, picture. “An ent _______ have seen Tthe best h lms One ot « for years.”
20 May 1936 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THINGS THEY SAY

THINGS THEY SAY

Views in the News "THE face of the League has been so t blistered by mustard gas that it is past saving.—Lord Allen of Hurtwood. ♦ * * MIJINSKY is everything except human.—Michel Fokme. DROADCASTING has become the only place in the land where a dramatic writer can with consisten
20 May 1936 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HELEN HOWE AT THE

HELEN HOWE AT THE

ARTS IJELEN HOWE, the American 1 diseuse, draws her characters and caricatures with a delicacy of touch that enhances their strength and their accuracy. Whether she is portraying the American lady or the English madam she brings to each a distinctiveness and distinction. In her
20 May 1936 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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HACKNEY EMPIRE

HACKNEY EMPIRE

By H. H. HEAD gURELY it is not quite fair to bill Billy Bennett as “almost a gentleman." It might be argued that since he knows exactly, a nicety, how far he can go without offending the proprieties and yet maintaining the maximum of mirthfulness, he is one hundred per cent, gen
20 May 1936 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BLOOMFIELD

BLOOMFIELD

VARIETY, CINEMA, AND BROAOCASTINQ AGENCY SUITE IT, FARADAY HOUSE, 8-10, CHARING CROSS ROAD, W.C.2. * Phono : TEMPLE BAR 1419
06 May 1936 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CECIL BRAHAM

CECIL BRAHAM

AGENCY ■r,??X , • theatrical, variety, cinema CONCERT SPECIAUSTS : EXCLUSIVE REPRESENTATIONS. TEMPLE BAR FARADAY HOUSE. 8-10. CHARING CROSS RD., LONDON, W.C.2 Q| IP Variety & PUKHIO Cinema Agency Ltd. Members of Agents’ Association, Ltd.) Suite 17: 26, Charing Cross Rd., W.C.2
06 May 1936 - The Era - London, London, England
 
GRID LINES FOR SALE LENT ON WEEKLY HIRE

GRID LINES FOR SALE LENT ON WEEKLY HIRE

ALFRED LEETC A CO.. Manulrs. LEETE’S for finest Scenic Artist Colcurs. LEETE’S lor Aniline Dyes, Cold, Silver, and Coloured Bronzes, Distempers, Brushes, and Requisites. Works, 129 London*rd., Seulhwerk, 8.E.1 Telephone: 2093 Hop. SPARE ART CINE FILMS AND EXCLUSIVE ntOOUCTIONS 9
06 May 1936 - The Era - London, London, England