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I I ■I WANTED, Ev«ry of ottroctioo io Entcrtaiaßeot ami Aatiacaicat I || World to kaow Bureau opeaa for kualatta

I I ■I WANTED, Ev«ry of ottroctioo io Entcrtaiaßeot ami Aatiacaicat I || World to kaow Bureau opeaa for kualatta

Moaday Open time for Drawing Tuina for many Town*. This Bureau will handlo. boom, and adv*rtl*a act*, and do all ; possible to further the Interests of both Artists and Management S Our Business la Pleasure. f ' | Our Pleasure Is Business. ( | I The Firm's Representatives cross
26 November 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
The Greatest Aggregation of Variety Theatres in the World

The Greatest Aggregation of Variety Theatres in the World

06 August 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ALBERT A. STRONG, LL.B. OMMIOMS or

ALBERT A. STRONG, LL.B. OMMIOMS or

THE ERA. July 30, 1010. Important €han,es In the law aftoctln* tho amuwrwnt profe«»ioiwi Ii»to be«ii **nc« the luue nine afro, of the edition of Mr. Albert A. Strone’e YnlMWe Theatrical and Mimical Law. and the third edition. ju*t published, opportunely hand. The work haa been K
06 August 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CHEVALIER

CHEVALIER

MAY Address. 40, Whitehall-gardens. Ealing Common, W. \TLLE. ADELINE GENEE NEW AMSTERDAM THEATRE, NEW YORK. MARION LIND, Lead. Disengaged in few weeks. 7, Ormonde-mansions, 100 a, Southampton-row, W.C. MISS ANNIE RAKER. MONICA, in Prince and the Beggar Maid.” LYCEUM THEATRE. FLO
30 April 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SAV I L E

SAV I L E

I L MORGAN, CRELLIN, BACON, BRETT,
30 April 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TOURING COMPANIES.

TOURING COMPANIES.

A COMEDIE ANGLAISE. Mr. WM. L. DOBELL, with “EAST LYNNE (Ballcck version) and Repertoire. Year of Uninterrupted Fit-up Tour. P.H.’s, and LLANDRINDOD WELLS. DOTTRIDGE and LONGDEN'S ENTERPRISES. "VILLAGE BLACKSMITH.” WARRINGTON. Now Booking Autumn. “THE MIDNIGHT MAIL.” NELSON. Vac
30 April 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ONCE NIGHTLY.

ONCE NIGHTLY.

“Tom Jones,” “Dairymaids” (second visit), “Country Girl” (third visit), “ Belle of Now York,” (third visit), “Gay Gordons,” “ Cingalee ” (third visit), “Girls of Gottenberg,” “Arcadians,” Merry Widow ” (second visit), G. Brydon Phillips’ Pantomime, Messrs. Edward Terry, Edward C
30 April 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MISS

MISS

M MARGARET WATSON Disengaged. 49, Leigh ton-road. West Ealing. W, ESTHER WHITEHOUSE, Proud Prince Tour. May 2, O. H., Leicester. May 16. MARIE WILSON Featuring with Percy Williams. Broadhead’s Tour. MARIE WRIGHT, I-’-*' Mr. Frederick Melville’s Season. Aldwych Theatre, W.C. RO
30 April 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ENTERTAINERS.

ENTERTAINERS.

30 April 1910 - The Era - London, London, England