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JANUARY 25, 1923, Hovenden’s British Greose These paints are manufactured at our Factory. Guaranteed pure, colours perfect Made the following

JANUARY 25, 1923, Hovenden’s British Greose These paints are manufactured at our Factory. Guaranteed pure, colours perfect Made the following

Colours: Nos. I, 1J.2.2J.3. 5, si. Browns. Bloes, Greys, Yellows, Black. White, and four shades Carmines. We are also producing LINING pencils and cocoa butter. Thast can obtained at all High-Clau Hairdressers, Chemists, Ac. LINING PENCILS, various shades, 4 Id. per stick
25 January 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Le Moulin de la Oalette.'

Le Moulin de la Oalette.'

This four-act piece by Andre Pascal (the pseudonym of Baron Henri do Rothschild), presented on Thursday at
25 January 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Robb Wilton

Robb Wilton

Pantomime Record at Torquay The new Been:i, The Out, pic ,Im ' 1 ~r 'I Hnval last seated in town just now bv Wil <>k - Cilrl * ,,n Fredricks hruoKbt ton. has proved great success bofit " t '™ime " Humpty Dumpty,” ill London and the provinces. Next ' nil lll tha carnival perweek
25 January 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
T H E

T H E

25 January 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MISS THE ERA.

MISS THE ERA.

SHOWMEN’S GUILD. Reception of Mr. Pat Col.int, M.P. Mr. Pat Collins, M.P. for Walsall, presided at the annual meeting of the Showmen’s Guild, held at the Agricultural Hall, Islington, last week. This was his first appearance since his election to Parliament. There was, according
25 January 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
J. BRUNSKILL, THEATRICAL CONTRACTOR AND SCENE BUILDER. 1, 3 5. Newport Street. Lambeth. S.E. Hop. 4538. Gerrard 3130. Hop 381$.

J. BRUNSKILL, THEATRICAL CONTRACTOR AND SCENE BUILDER. 1, 3 5. Newport Street. Lambeth. S.E. Hop. 4538. Gerrard 3130. Hop 381$.

JOHN HILL & CO., 165, Sail Street, Lambeth, S.E. 11. LOVEDAY & HIGSON, CONTRACTORS FOR SCENERY CONSTRUCTION, ETC. Cornwall Works. Kennington Green. 5.E.11. Hop, 1910. J, JbS. W T~l Cjr F.««bli.h.d 1800. Hop lots. Tele. Wed.., Walworth. London.** 238, WALWORTH ROAD, S.E IV, Firep
25 January 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
“ ALADDIN" at LIVERPOOL.

“ ALADDIN" at LIVERPOOL.

ALADDIN" at LIVERPOOL. A few of the clever Principals who contribute to the success of Mr. Fred Clements’ Brilliant Pro= duction Aladdin which Mr. W. W. Kelly presents at the Shakespeare Theatre. The Pantomime is easily one of the best of the Season and is playing to capacity at
25 January 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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’Phone : 4546 and 4547 Regent. Rrgisterrd at the General Post as a Newspaper. ROMANCE OF AN ACTOR. Edmund Kean at Drury Lane. WHO DEFINES “GREAT” ART? Who is the bravest man London to-day? It might not ungenerous aeeord the distinetion to Mr. H. A. who is the <»f Ednuind Ko;m t
09 May 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Provinces

Provinces

Members present Council seeking re-election: Anson. Miss (’arlotta; Beresford. Mine. Isabel; Denis, Mr. jKrank; Donovan. Miss Lydia; -Mr. Herbert; Fairley, Mr. Victor; IFaiKourt, Mr. Tom; Forster, Mr. ! Luke ; Fry, Mr. A. (leorge: (Jray. Mr. j Frank B. ; Harding. Mr. Alfred; Hof
11 January 1923 - The Era - London, London, England