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IA D Y TREE, Binfield Priory, Binfield, Berkshire. Loudon address, Ladies’ Athenaeum Club, Dover-s*., W. MISS ETHEL GRIFFIES. Address, 79, St. Mariin’s-lane, W.C.2. MISS PHYLLIS BROUGHTON Address, C/o ** The Era Office. MISSES COMPTON (VIOLA and ELLEN), y revient tmiionrs ! come
25 January 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Laugh-raiser and Mirth producer. One the Comedians that Matter.” A Bhuoy with Bhuoyant Spirits! For address, see “Authors, Composers’ _ Col. |» I E T K O, Danseur. Harry Day's Radios. tour. VIII. FRANK SKI) DON, Musical Director (Piano). Disengaged. Compose and arrange, j Addres
25 January 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NEW THEATRE. OXFORD.

NEW THEATRE. OXFORD.

WANTED, First - class Attraction, March 19—3 nights only. Vacant through obliging.
25 January 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
JJALDANE CRICHTON At Liberty. Management. Primrose Club. St. James's. S.W.I.

JJALDANE CRICHTON At Liberty. Management. Primrose Club. St. James's. S.W.I.

SCOTT BUCCLEUCH, Resident Manager. The Playhouse, Galashiels. ON ATi D H. KIDD’ w Press and Publicity Mgr.. 18. Sherwood- Piccadilly-circus. W.i. (Regent 3598.) Concert Parties and Entertainers H M K it It Baritone. Telephone: illesilen 767. 102, t'liichele-road, Cr.cklewood, N.
25 January 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
JANUARY 25, 1923

JANUARY 25, 1923

25 January 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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NEW YORK DRAIVIfITIC NEWS

NEW YORK DRAIVIfITIC NEWS

72-G, BROADWAY, NEW YORK CITY, U.B.A.
25 January 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE E H A.

THE E H A.

THE E A. A delightful old actress said to me the other day (and though she is delightful she no longer young, and at no time, I think, can have been beautiful) The women run after him so, dear; he’s downright frightened of them nowadays. Why, would you believe it? He never comes
25 January 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
What Mrs. Kendal Said

What Mrs. Kendal Said

I once went to the Law Courts hear a libel action. A provincial theatrical manager was suing for damages because someone had said, or written, that his theatre was insanitary (he lost his action. 1 may say). Some members of Mr. and Mrs. Kendal’s company were called witnesses for
25 January 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
T H E E CONCERT ARTISTS ENTERTAIN POLLY. SONGS AND SINGERS. Jimmy L:.ft fcllowoj his £er?%tior.al at Northampton with "

T H E E CONCERT ARTISTS ENTERTAIN POLLY. SONGS AND SINGERS. Jimmy L:.ft fcllowoj his £er?%tior.al at Northampton with "

I'm Gettir.gr . Better Kv’ry Day.” by rocking th? hcusd Inere was a large gathering of the to the tune cf six encore? at Prt<:bcro’, Caucertt Artiats’ A£**ot iatioi» on Francis and Day. , .. ~ and left wanting. SuncHv that ” Carolina in the Morning "ia Col,tlt era i*l** time bef
25 January 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
2 NEW PK |ONG “Tommy, the Whistler’’

2 NEW PK |ONG “Tommy, the Whistler’’

2 NEW “Tommy, the Whistler’’ (Words and Music by Ernest Melvin) now being sung with the greatest success by STANLEY HOLLOWAY in “THE CO-OPTIMISTS.” Star=Dust” (By Dion Titheradge & W. Engel-Berger) With which “A T>ix tune sticks!" Professional Manager A limited number of Artists’
25 January 1923 - The Era - London, London, England