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A WORD OF ADVICE TO PROFESSIONALS

A WORD OF ADVICE TO PROFESSIONALS

YOU ARE NOT ALREADY ON OUR BOOKS. DO NOl HESITATE. GIVE US A CALL WITH A VIEW TO A FREE AUDITION. WE ARE THE RECOGNISED BUREAU FOR SOUND LUCRATIVE ENGAGEMENTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
24 September 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Graften Thsatrr

Graften Thsatrr

The company taking port in the new ariety programme which reopens the Graften Theatre on Wcdnes day next will include Judith Wogan. Selma Dias, Rosalind Patrick, Ann Clark. Catherine Ferraz, Nancy Scott, Thalia Fisher White, Reginald Beckwith, F. Van Hcngeluar, Archie Harradinc,
24 September 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
o EVERY DANCER “THE FAR-OFF HILLS.”

o EVERY DANCER “THE FAR-OFF HILLS.”

TRANSFERRED TO CRITERION Patrick CUncy Fred O Donovaa Marian Natalia Moya ~ . - Chaoeellor DwoUumi (Ducky) ... Joyc* Cha«eei»o- Ana« (Pet) Helena Pickard Oliver O'Shaughnesev.-J. A. O'Rourke Dick Delany ......... Harry Huichinacm Susan Tynan ............ Kathleen Draco Pierce He
24 September 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
STARS IN DIFFERENT SPHERES.

STARS IN DIFFERENT SPHERES.

A TALK WITH MR. AND When called on them at thcii Joimyn-stroet apartment one morning last week, I found Mr. carlo and his wife (Adclo Rowland) both delighted to in London and pleased that their separate first night ordeala the Palladium wore over. Mrs. Tcarle had been successful
24 September 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
The Music Hall Audience.

The Music Hall Audience.

I should like to get ‘»ack to work where one has to talk and act as well as sing and dance,” she said. ith a music hall audience, you must get your effects so quickly and make them forget all that has gone before. Then there is the difliculty of gauging the tastes of your variou
24 September 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THERE'S NO ARGUMENT.-Sept. 22. Granville, Walham Green. THIS IS VARIETY.-Sept. 22, Crown, Eccles. TOMMY TUCKER. Sept. 29, O.H Blackpool. TOUT

THERE'S NO ARGUMENT.-Sept. 22. Granville, Walham Green. THIS IS VARIETY.-Sept. 22, Crown, Eccles. TOMMY TUCKER. Sept. 29, O.H Blackpool. TOUT

PARIS.—Sept. 22, Pal., Hull; 29, Empire, Kingston. TOWN SHOW.-Sept. 22. Hippo., Southend; 29, Bedford, Camden Town. TUNE IN.—Sept. 22. Empire, Kingston. UNEMPLOYED.-Sept. 22, Hippo., Ashton-under-Lyne. WHAT PRICE THE NAVYP-Sept. 22, Empire, South Shields. WIDE-AWAKE.-Sept. 22, P
24 September 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CONCERT PARTIES.

CONCERT PARTIES.

BRAN TUB, THE.—Sept. 22. Pav. Clete* leys. CHIPS UP-TO-DATE.-Sept. 22, Pav., Sheerneas. FARCE.—Sept. 22, Pier, Plymouth. FRILLS AND FLOUNCES.-Sept. 22, Pav. Deal. FUN OF THE FAYRE.-Sept. 22, Clarence Pier, Southsea. GOOD COMPANIONS, THE.-Sept. 22, Pier, Bournemouth. HOLIDAY FAIR
24 September 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Th« Bsrks Bowl.

Th« Bsrks Bowl.

disgusting weather, at Brent Valley, tho first of these yearly meeting between members handicaps of 20 and 24 took place. Tho turn-out was poor, but as it rained incessantly si! the morning, this no doubt put a lot of the members off. Jack Wynne and Alfie Dean went out play, but
24 September 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
New Victoria Cinema, Bradford.

New Victoria Cinema, Bradford.

Tho musical features at the opening tho Victoria Cinema, Bradford, last wook, were supplied by Mr. Sydney Phascy, the musical director, and his orchestra, and by Mr. Leslie James, who is the solo organist. The opening attraction was Rookery Nook,’ witn. on tho stoge, “The Follie
24 September 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
REMEMBER YOU from

REMEMBER YOU from

FOX-TBOT
22 October 1930 - The Era - London, London, England