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FILM AMATEURS BLUE RIBAND B.A.A.C. Contest Winners ’T’llE prize-winning eflorts in the ■ contest organised jointly by the B.A.C.C. and

FILM AMATEURS BLUE RIBAND B.A.A.C. Contest Winners ’T’llE prize-winning eflorts in the ■ contest organised jointly by the B.A.C.C. and

the Sunday Referee were screened to large gathering of enthusiasts in the G.-B. Private Theatre last Wednesday evening. The awards were distributed by Mr. G. Mussabini, of the Sunday Referee," who acted the unavoidable absence of Lord Lee Fareham. , . The first award In the Inte
07 March 1934 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CECIL LENNOX LTD. 134, CHARING CROSS ROAD, LONDON, W.C.2 'Phone: TEMPLE BAR 9456-7 ’Grains ; CELEN-MUSI, WESTCENT. LONDON THE HIT

CECIL LENNOX LTD. 134, CHARING CROSS ROAD, LONDON, W.C.2 'Phone: TEMPLE BAR 9456-7 ’Grains ; CELEN-MUSI, WESTCENT. LONDON THE HIT

OF THE MONTH! UNLESS A BEAUTIFUL WALTZ BALLAD WITH A PERFECT DANCE TUNE
07 March 1934 - The Era - London, London, England
 
2 REVELS ONE LADY IN TERPSICHOREAN TIT-BITS PHONE: BRIXTON 3932 ONE GENT

2 REVELS ONE LADY IN TERPSICHOREAN TIT-BITS PHONE: BRIXTON 3932 ONE GENT

07 March 1934 - The Era - London, London, England
 
To AII Performers YOU WANT PUBLICITY Get Known ! Only a real Publicity Agent can put you in the big

To AII Performers YOU WANT PUBLICITY Get Known ! Only a real Publicity Agent can put you in the big

money DON’T HAVE VACANT WEEKS A Business Manager can get you more high paid bookings than all your calls and letters can do LOSE NO TIME Write or Call: HERBERT POWELL (Suite 10), CaHton House, Lower Regent Street, S.W.I.
07 March 1934 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TIRED AND TENSIONLESS PRODUCTION

TIRED AND TENSIONLESS PRODUCTION

The praise is well-phrased, but excessive by a long wav, surely. Mr. Dyall roars and rumbles and over the stage like caged animal, frustrated yet proud. Hie voice is resonant and his vindictive passion real, but surely at his 'biggest moments he too incoherent and slovenly in th
21 March 1934 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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CHORUS OF 50 SOUVENIR WEEK THE REASON *

CHORUS OF 50 SOUVENIR WEEK THE REASON *

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28 March 1934 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LONDON SYNDICATE HALLS

LONDON SYNDICATE HALLS

Brixton (reh. ll).—“ Radiolympia. with the Western Bros.. Ronald Frankau. Graham Payn, Elsie Gregory. Beams Breezy Babes. Nosmo King. Betty Jumel, Morris and Cowley, Southern Sisters. Chelsea (reh. 12). —Queenie May and her Gang. Metropolitan (reh. 12). —Louis Armstrong and his
28 March 1934 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AND HIS

AND HIS

KIT-CAT BAND
28 March 1934 - The Era - London, London, England
 
artists wanted

artists wanted

WANTED KNOWN. An opportunity occurs for Lady or Gentleman desirous of learning Stage Management, to join Repertory Company. Small premium required. Salary after apprenticeship •' Q•• Theatre. Kew Bridge. WANTED. Actors and Actresses for Repertory Company run on Cooperative lines
28 March 1934 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A FEW VACANT DATES

A FEW VACANT DATES

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14 March 1934 - The Era - London, London, England