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MUSIC AND BROADCASTING MASCHWITZ AND AUTUMN ARE HERE THEIR PLANS

MUSIC AND BROADCASTING MASCHWITZ AND AUTUMN ARE HERE THEIR PLANS

By EDWARD BETTS T7RIC MASCHWITZ, back in his office at St. George’s Hall after a twelve weeks’ holiday, outlined to me some of the light entertainment” we are to have during the autumn. He has been in Austria, Hungary, Rumania. Germany, Italy, and France, and did not visit a sin
23 September 1936 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HEARD ON THE AIR

HEARD ON THE AIR

Rapid Notes on Radio Music VAUGHAN WII.LIAMS’ London Symphony was one of the best performances that the Proms have given us this season. I noticed that the two short cuts made by the composer for the gramophone recording of the symphony were not played on Thursday night. The sym
23 September 1936 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PEGGY DESMOND FOR

PEGGY DESMOND FOR

CINE-VARIETY By RAYMOND BENNETT RRUCE SIEVIER writes me as & follows: Surely Frank Rubens, of Feldman’s, is making sweeping statements. Firstly, Mr. Feldman —Bert to me —with all lus brilliant judgment, turned down The Isle of Capri and many another successful song. Secondly, wh
23 September 1936 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LOUIS MERCY

LOUIS MERCY

Well-known Musician Passes GUIS MERCY, nephew and pupil of Edmund Bosanquet, has died at Birmingham. Mr. Mercy first played for Bosanquet at the Old Canterbury Music Hall. He toured for some years with The Bandurrias,” and later returned to orchestral work. His last engagement w
23 September 1936 - The Era - London, London, England
 
consult the iversal roviders for all your cinema and theatre needs

consult the iversal roviders for all your cinema and theatre needs

23 September 1936 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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Direction: NAT DAY. GEORGE FORMBY

Direction: NAT DAY. GEORGE FORMBY

CtiaiMf C.n.n: OPERA HOWE, RLACKPOOL.
23 September 1936 - The Era - London, London, England
 
After Another Successful Summer Season with James Hunter’s Brighton Follies/’ TOMMY TRINDER Again a big hit at Finsbury Park with

After Another Successful Summer Season with James Hunter’s Brighton Follies/’ TOMMY TRINDER Again a big hit at Finsbury Park with

Larry Adler’s Road Show, “TUNE INN NEXT WEEK: Back at Brighton Direction - - - - SIDNEY BURNS
23 September 1936 - The Era - London, London, England
 
(hver^ tiuttinny 'Holidays

(hver^ tiuttinny 'Holidays

tiuttinny 'Holidays There & Back in a Fortnight In Britain’s masterpiece “QUEEN MARY” from £37.55. including ocean fares, hotels, meals and sightseeing Wonderful programme of tours in U.S.A. and Canada by ocean, rail, river and lake from few days to several weeks connecting with
16 September 1936 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA SEPTETO ■ LONDON PALLADIUM OXFORD CIRCUS, W. 6| _. .. Manaffin o, Director I Resident GENERAL THEATRE CORPORATION

THE ERA SEPTETO ■ LONDON PALLADIUM OXFORD CIRCUS, W. 6| _. .. Manaffin o, Director I Resident GENERAL THEATRE CORPORATION

, C. T. HUTCHISON GEORGE BLACK |___ ! , MATINEES' WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY, 2.30 USUAL POPULAR PRICES TELEPHONE: GERRARD 7373 53.1. O-KAY for SOUND A GEORGE BLACK PRODUCTION WITH A TERRIFIC CAST OF OVER 100 NER V O ( FLANAGAN NAUGHTON 17 B |Q SCENES & KNOX I & ALLEN & GOLD INCL{ll>m
16 September 1936 - The Era - London, London, England
 
hip; hip; THE LURE OF THE JUNGLE BROUi

hip; hip; THE LURE OF THE JUNGLE BROUi

THE ROYAL SCOTTS D| HI ATT IN A SPECTACULAR HI U I
16 September 1936 - The Era - London, London, England