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The British National Opera Com opens autumn tour neat Monday Birmiugham. Mr. Percy Pitt return* to the staff of conductors,

The British National Opera Com opens autumn tour neat Monday Birmiugham. Mr. Percy Pitt return* to the staff of conductors,

end will direct sundry performances of Pel leas and during the coming mouths. A appoint merit is that, of Mr. Anthony Bernard, well known ooodictor the I/ondon Chamber .Mr. Julius Harrison, Mr. Aylmer Purest, and Dr Malcolm Sargent remain with the company. After visits have been
10 September 1924 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Aodeo Troupe.

Aodeo Troupe.

I Also this afternoon Parisians were 'given another sample of a jazz in the form of an American rodeo, which opened for one week under the direc* of Tommy Kiman at the Buffalo Velodrome, just outside Paris, in the Mnntrouge district. The bunch " was recently at the London Colise
10 September 1924 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SKPTEMBEK 10, 1924

SKPTEMBEK 10, 1924

10 September 1924 - The Era - London, London, England
 
COME TO US FOR MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS rant Mack. Lowwt Fpcw. WILL VAN ALLEN & OLLY OAKLEY. LTD. THE HI'SK SHOf-,

COME TO US FOR MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS rant Mack. Lowwt Fpcw. WILL VAN ALLEN & OLLY OAKLEY. LTD. THE HI'SK SHOf-,

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10 September 1924 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CROCK’S GUESTS. [Continued.) ** This lunch is historic,” said Mr. Willson Disher, who gave an outline lof the association of

CROCK’S GUESTS. [Continued.) ** This lunch is historic,” said Mr. Willson Disher, who gave an outline lof the association of

French and English downs during the l«*t hundred and fifty years. Mr. Paulo, he pointed | out, bore the mime of long line I clowns. The one who succeeded at Covent Garden was the son of a French rope-dancer (with ■the Christian name Paulo) who came England in 1781. To day the mo
23 April 1924 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CLARKE. Address.

CLARKE. Address.

Hill. 8-8.5 ■D I L L Y LEONARD. The Alhambra. 25. Drakefield td.. B.W. Reeves 4 Lamport 11| ERB E R T LEE, I-*- with a Style and a Fmile. Clapham. O Y O’BRIEN, 1 Playing Alphonse Verci. also Manager. for Mr. Harry bury in •• Richard. How Could Yob * TOUIIINC COWPAMIM<, iMk —* tu
23 April 1924 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ER MUSICIANS' WANTS.

THE ER MUSICIANS' WANTS.

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23 April 1924 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WANTED, by lady Planlste. thorough and reliable, change cinema, caM. hotel, or theatre; either Conductress or under firut-claea Leader; seven

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year*’ exp.: oreh. I.brary 700 umber*; pictures perfectly fitted; good offers only. Box 634. ‘The Era. ,> __ __ WANTED Known, experienced Orchestral Pianlste. now disengaged; sight reader; would deputise. PIANISTE. 17, Stowe-road, Shepherd's Bush, W. 12. \M7iANTED, engagement ex
23 April 1924 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DANCE SUCCESSES.

DANCE SUCCESSES.

Something Original! Something New 11 a inOVSE-UIFH gx W ruuKiTMi. BAND PARTS
23 April 1924 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Wjm and Ivy.

Wjm and Ivy.

and Ivy. Those talented yojng ladies, Wyn and Ivy, who appear fo successfully in Mr. Harry Day s levne, ** Mirrors. M are an undoubted acjuiaition to the performance. They are exceptional dancers, have most prepossessing appearance, and considerable histrionic ability. At Cardiff
23 April 1924 - The Era - London, London, England