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ARTHUR LOWRIE.

ARTHUR LOWRIE.

At the Metropolitan this week, “The Speed Show" concludes its present ran, and Arthur is considering offers from other - Thu Week: THE METROPOLITAN: Phone: SSS9. HERE IT IS! The Greatest Continental FOX-TROT lor 7 YEARS ON HER DOORSTEP LAST NIGHT COMEDY FOX-TDOT HITS. He Loved H
11 December 1929 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN TANGO records.

FOREIGN TANGO records.

Hold large stocks the newest and best Tangos, recorded in Pans. Buenos Aires and Madrid, which sre not oldaiiiable on any British catalogue. Write for our special Tango List (EAI2), Columbia Salons. Ltd., 2:13, Regent st., W.I. ’Phone: Mayfair 1785. Open till 7 p.rn.
11 December 1929 - The Era - London, London, England
 
UEUEAKBAL ROOMS.

UEUEAKBAL ROOMS.

ANTED AT ONCE. Two Piano-Accordion Players (m;ile). Bat Tenor Trurooet or Trombone. Lady Drummers and naxophomsts. Dance Bands. r*cnd photos, and full particulars. O.V.A , LTD., THE AGENCY. 12. Archcr-*tr*et, W.l. 'PRoiiec Krtfiut 3231. llolburn 8192. Tele.: Elpeoveajr, riecy. L
11 December 1929 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LLOYD BARK BAVILION.

LLOYD BARK BAVILION.

The council invites applications foe tbo hire of tho Llovd Park Pasilion. Forest-road, Walthamstow, with dressing acconmiodatir.n, during the ensuing summer season, via., from the 3rd May 27tb Scpteiubcr. between the hours of p.ui. and p.m. charge of £2 2s. per evening. Applicat
11 December 1929 - The Era - London, London, England
 
OUR LADY’S PLAYERS.

OUR LADY’S PLAYERS.

Our Lady*« Players (tJ»o tion founded produce «ftd footer OatKolic pl«y») their annual general meeting at 20, Ennifniore* garden* (kindly lent by Winifrede Elwea), Friday. An in(eventing diseiuMion took place as the manner in which the activities of ttfie organisation were to be
11 December 1929 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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TRIiOTiTOtCARiOBOOOM

TRIiOTiTOtCARiOBOOOM

manager. Upwards of 150 IricJ.ds of Mr. Will Sanders, t-ho popular manager of th« Opera House, Scarborough, attended * complimentary- dinner given nim and his wife tho other evening, at tto Spa Cafe. Tho occasion wat silver wedding Mr. and Mrt. Sanders, and private arrangement#
11 December 1929 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FUNDS, ITS. ANNUITIBB

FUNDS, ITS. ANNUITIBB

across and actreum skoold make pruvision lor OLD AOB INCAPACIf ATlOlf la (he Royal tbbatbical punu. which OBBATKK than can he la any Insurance Office. Write (or (ell particalare (a mica, etc. to B. H BULL. Becrrtary. aad to. Otachra Baildlag^ aad HeerUtta-eirrcl. Covent Oardca.
11 December 1929 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL LADIES’ GUILD.

THEATRICAL LADIES’ GUILD.

ANNUAL MEETING. Mlm Vftabrufh in chair the Hay market ThMira, Friday last, for ftho thirtyaerooth anaual racMina the Theatrical f.cdt—* Guild. The theatre was crowded from floor and on the and >n the auditorium were numerous celebrities. onoa baboons! They wanted money aeoca tha
11 December 1929 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Theatrical Tantfanciea In Franca.

Theatrical Tantfanciea In Franca.

Theatrical Tantfanciea Franca. I by toting that was difficult for practising author disentangle the ■of his own generation, for would Ibe tempted give preferment to {what he, (wraonally. boat. Since (the war had been renewal in the French theatre. There had come forward a number
11 December 1929 - The Era - London, London, England