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GLASGOW

GLASGOW

. (From Our Own Correspondent.) KING'S (Managing Directors, Mr. F. W. Wyndham and Mr. Geo. T. Minshull; Acting-Manager, Mr. H. Macfarlane).-- Mr. James Welch and company make a welcome re-ap pearance in when Knights Were Bold. The Part of Sir Guy is one Which suits Mr. Welch admi
26 October 1911 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
THE LITTE FRENCH THEATRE

THE LITTE FRENCH THEATRE

. The Little French Theatre Theatre Francais de Londres) began its season here on Tuesday, October 24, at the Boudoir Theatre, Pembroke Gardens, W., of which the guiding spirit is Mr. Vaughan Grey. A varied repertory is to be presented by a Well-selected Company, including M. Lou
26 October 1911 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
SKETCHES IN THE HALLS

SKETCHES IN THE HALLS

. To the Editor of THE STAGE. Sir.-- I read with eurprifo and regTet tnat tho Actors' Association a>re drw:r rr-<- rerial atbeotioiT- to the abov^ Su<e% they cannot hare con- deplj bofore taking uch a. sr< haro been tb miration of bi: and artreaB'in Htm very orov sion. I hav foun
26 October 1911 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. Proprietor Sir Herbzrt Bxxbbohh Tiles. EVEBY EVENTNO, at 8, Shakespeare's MACBETH. Herbert Tree, Arjnur Bocrchier, Violet Vsnbrngb.

HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. Proprietor Sir Herbzrt Bxxbbohh Tiles. EVEBY EVENTNO, at 8, Shakespeare's MACBETH. Herbert Tree, Arjnur Bocrchier, Violet Vsnbrngb.

MATINEE EVERT SATURDAY, at 2. ST J A M E S S Solr Manager, Sir (Mill. EV1 0. at 9, For a limit nuances, LADY PAN, JT v A MA .-i. GAIETY THEATRE. Manager, Mr. George Edwardes. F.VERT EVENING at 8. Mr. George EdwiTdn' New Musical Production, PFfi'lY." by C' Tun. MAT1NEK ./aY, at 2
26 October 1911 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
THE VARIETY CHARITIES

THE VARIETY CHARITIES

. The practical methods of variety artists in dealing with their affairs cannot but excite admiration. The two arbitral awards, secured after so much sound organisation, so much patient effort, and so resolute and unanimous a stand in the critical moments, have placed the working
26 October 1911 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
CHIT CHAT

CHIT CHAT

. A will be seen from letters appearing in another column, some rorrepondents are questioning the advisability of the Actors' Association prosecuting in the matter of stage plays in music halls, seeing how many of the Association's members are earning a living by acting in sketch
26 October 1911 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
The Stage. EmBLinxn 1380. Offices i te, York Street, Covent Garden, London, W.C. Telephones i Gerrard 2992 and S213. Telegrams

The Stage. EmBLinxn 1380. Offices i te, York Street, Covent Garden, London, W.C. Telephones i Gerrard 2992 and S213. Telegrams

i "THE STAGE, LONDON." LONDON, THURSDAY, OCT. 28, 1911.
26 October 1911 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
FORECAST

FORECAST

. Oct. 26.-- The Uninvited Guett. Prince of Wales's. 27. Actresses' Franchise League matinie. Lyceum. i 31.-- The Great Young Man. Kings- i way. i Nov. 3. Movrmi Dance.. Prince's Galle- i rles. I 4.-- The Glad Eye. Globe. 4.-- Dad. Pfeykoiue. j 5. The Hartley Family. Oourt. 8.--
26 October 1911 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
LONDON THEATRES

LONDON THEATRES

. THE DUKE OF YORK'S. The Concert having enjoved only the moderate run that we anticipated for it here, the authorities at the Duke of York's have fallen back upon a revival of What Every Woman Knows, the stupid tag about Woman having been made out of Man's "funny bone" having la
26 October 1911 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
THE BROADWAY, S.E.

THE BROADWAY, S.E.

On Monday evening, October 23, 1911, at the Broadway, wae produced for the first time in London a play, in four acts and ten scenes by Graham Hill and Hubert Ericaen, entitled:-- The Qiitcn't Champion. Prince Bernard oi Dannadt Mr. Eric Mavne Prince John Mr. Lionel Unrlsden Gene
26 October 1911 - The Stage - London, London, England