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By MARGERY ROWLAND

By MARGERY ROWLAND

TF ever there was an unprofitable system in the theatre, it is the present method distributing free tickets. , _ That most managements and Press agents seem to have decided that it is an irremediably unhelpful and unprofitable way getting an audience is one of the chief causes t
20 July 1939 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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The Chairman went on to say that officers of the Association were doing their best to steer television out of troublesome waters. In conclusion the Chairman said that when the troublesome times with Germany and Italy ended he believed that a “line ,r would be put through to Birm
20 July 1939 - The Era - London, London, England
 
JULY 20, 1039

JULY 20, 1039

20 July 1939 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PRINCE UTTLER THEATRES

PRINCE UTTLER THEATRES

Cardiff Haw. —Revnell and West. Cal McCord. Horsburgh Bros., Renara. Don Phillips and Marta. Lorraine Ready and Grant. , Laioestar O.H. —Gaston and Andree and Co.
20 July 1939 - The Era - London, London, England
 
The CAR HIRE SERVICE THAT 1$ POPULAR Wirt the PROFESSIOH Smart Chauffeur-driven Limousines end Safoont from 3d. per mile inclusive

The CAR HIRE SERVICE THAT 1$ POPULAR Wirt the PROFESSIOH Smart Chauffeur-driven Limousines end Safoont from 3d. per mile inclusive

* ’PHONE SLOANE *2*2 THE court CO. LTD., «T, MAHAM lum., CkOAHI EQ-. LONMH, C.W.I
20 July 1939 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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SYNDICATE HALLS

SYNDICATE HALLS

Br'ntan Emprni (11),—“Goin* Gay." Chelsea Pal. lll>. —Levante and Magical Revue. "How’s Tricks?" Metropolitan (It). Don t Blush, G South London (it).—Peaches Weston, Geoffrey Morris (at ‘he piano. Neville Barettii. Diana Verne. Hilda Kirby and Eric. Peter Ravnor. Avlls and Pranc
20 July 1939 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LLANEOUB

LLANEOUB

Darhr Grand (11). —Ovaltineys. Marcus. Jim Jessiman, Murphy and Mack. Roach and Bums, Leon and Klki, Lynn an |slliirt(?n Collins’s. —Sparkes Bros.. Helen Trix Lewis. Ernie Dillon. Danny Gray Douglas Leonard. Ed. Franklyn. Gail Sisters. A 1 Marshall and Drane. Peterborough Smbawy
20 July 1939 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MUSICIANS

MUSICIANS

T’EDDY -S- Accord Fully booked. Cams.; Railway Inn, Ripley, Derbyshire. H/TISS JOSE SOLOMON, JXL Alto Sax. and Violin. “Summerville Houae," 28, New-street, St, Helier. Jereey, C.l. ¥ OSEPH SPENCER, v Violin, Saxe*, Piano, and Arranger. Large modern library. All comm*., 6. Arunde
20 July 1939 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SHAKESPEARE AND BRIDIE Open-Air Theatre THE next production at the Open-1 Air Theatre in Regent’s Park will be Twelfth Night,”

SHAKESPEARE AND BRIDIE Open-Air Theatre THE next production at the Open-1 Air Theatre in Regent’s Park will be Twelfth Night,”

to open on July 31. It will run for a week, and is to be followed by a revival of James Bridie’s Tobias and the Angel,” which was so successful last year, and “The Taming of the Shrew” as the season’s final production.
20 July 1939 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TWICE NIGHTLY – 6.30 & 9.0 GEORGE BLACK’S INTIMATE RAG BLACK*™ BLUE

TWICE NIGHTLY – 6.30 & 9.0 GEORGE BLACK’S INTIMATE RAG BLACK*™ BLUE

TWICE NIGHTLY - 6.30 & 9.0 GEORGE BLACK’S INTIMATE RAG BLACK*™ BLUE A New Style Musical Entertainment with FRANCES DAY VIC OLIVER MAX WALL CASS, OWEN & TOPSY AND OUTSTANDING SUPPORTING CAST 1/6 to 10/6 - - All Seats Bookable
27 July 1939 - The Era - London, London, England