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TOURING MANAGERS

TOURING MANAGERS

CM havw fcbutf Wttrdrotws Clmsml belwm* Stevt. wbw in mat Loodoa. UNBOLICITID TESTIMONIALS. Tbmtro 80/al, lUnchMUr. RS -_A . April It. 1906. Dmat Mr. HBrrit,—Lbcm dr«M aafeljr baad, aadla good llom. boßutlfally t l«an«<l Th*nk too nmcb for spocißl care yea bare taken over It fMn
26 May 1906 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MISS ADELAIDE ROSS.

MISS ADELAIDE ROSS.

Miss Adelaide Boss is one of the few remaining member* of the profession who may be classed as of the old school, she having graduated under some our best managers. Coming of non theatrical family—uhe being the granddaughter of Charles Hewitt, Bart.—she became, when quite girl,
26 May 1906 - The Era - London, London, England
 
“BOY O’CARROLL.’*

“BOY O’CARROLL.’*

Comedy, in Four Acts, by B. M. Diz and G. O. Sutherland, Produced, for the Pint Tima London, lha Imperial Theatre, on Saturday, May 19. Major Yarrington Ma. C. J. CtmaoN Captain Hebblethiraita..Mb. Tbubkio Coaactt Captain Vera ..........Mb. Ausbt B. Bavmob Lieut. Brian OX'arroll
26 May 1906 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ACADEMIES AND SCHOOLS.

ACADEMIES AND SCHOOLS.

ROYAL AOADEMY OF MUSIC, TENTERDEN STREET. W. Instituted 1122. Incorporated by Royal Charter, U3O. The Academy offer* to Pupil* of both sexes opportunity of receiving tnorougb education in Mn*ic it* Blanche*, tbe Drama, and Dramatic ■locution under tbe most eminent Professor*, fo
26 May 1906 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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For Terms, Apply to K. H Simeon, Manager.

For Terms, Apply to K. H Simeon, Manager.

I^AMBRIDGE.—NEW THEATRB (Ltd.) Man. Director, Mr. W. B. Rinmn. J.P., D.L. A theatre among most beautiful England. Sunday Times. Now booking Aotumn Dates, commencing Sept. 17; few Term dates vacant in Oct., Nov., and Dec. Bilence polite negative. pOLOHESTER.—THEATRE ROYAL Sole Pr
26 May 1906 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Sang by Mias BELLE BRAUAM and HAMILTON

Sang by Mias BELLE BRAUAM and HAMILTON

“JUST A LITTLE ROCKING CHAIR AND YOU,” Snog by HAMILTON HILL (The above two songs are Theodore Morse, composer of " Bluebell.") "DO A GOOD TURN WHEN YOU'RE ABLE." Kong by Miss CARLOTTA LEVEY. • IT'S THE CUSTOM OVBE THERE/' Sang by GEORGE LASH WOOD, the London Coliseum. "THE ROSE
26 May 1906 - The Era - London, London, England
 
7 H E £ R A*

7 H E £ R A*

7 R A* Mt. J. W. Cb«oo. the vftfran head of the pops- Ur troape of arrobats. is very proud of the following cuoimumeal ion bin on postcard " Many ihaoka for your great kindness to during our slay in the Tyne; 1 was very pleased with your entertainment. When I go back to Japan I s
26 May 1906 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MR. ARTHUR J. BARCLAY.

MR. ARTHUR J. BARCLAY.

This being so, it is not strsnge should turn drsmatic work, having taken part in it since the age of twelve as an amusement. Daring some years of (oaring town halls and piers he played hundreds of parts, the best being perhaps Pete in The Octoroon. Nathaniel Glover in Our Flat,
26 May 1906 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BRO. L 8 FHK. (W.M. ('helsca Lodge. 3.098.)

BRO. L 8 FHK. (W.M. ('helsca Lodge. 3.098.)

it; Miss Jeannette Lowrie sings her "Goose-Girl" song with so much animation, and this number has such a catchy refrain, that it has won immediate popularity; Miss Nella Bergen, who plays Tolande delightfully, has a voice of rare sweetness and charm; Mr. George Tallman, who appe
26 May 1906 - The Era - London, London, England