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TO ENTERTAINERS THE GOUROCK TOWN COUNCIL

TO ENTERTAINERS THE GOUROCK TOWN COUNCIL

INVITE OFFERS for the Privilege of Providing ENTERTAINMENTS in CRAGBURN PAVILION, GOUROCK, Firth of Clyde (now in course of erection), for one or more Summer Seasons. The Pavilion faces the Ashton Promenade, will have seating capacity for nearly 1,000, and will have a large mode
20 November 1935 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LONDON

LONDON

November 22. —Shorts. Fidelity. Rialto. 11; Hyde Park Corner. Pathe. Prince Edward. 8.45. November 25. —Come Out of the Pantry. United Artists. Prince Edward. 8.45. November 26. —Danger Ahead. Pathe. Phoenix. 3; Ship Cafe. Paramount. Carlton. 10.30; The Gaucho, Radio. Prince Edw
20 November 1935 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CARDIFF

CARDIFF

fovember 20. —Lost City. Wardour. Queen’s, 11. November 21. —Hong Kong A.P.D. New Imperial. 10.45 November 22. —Affair of Susan, Universal. New Imperial, 11; Mystery of Diamond Island. Queen's. 11: Last Outpost, Paramount, Capitol, 11. November 26. —Two Fisted. Paramount. Capito
20 November 1935 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NEVER SAY DIE!

NEVER SAY DIE!

Somerset Veterans on Screen and Stage CEVEN rural veterans, five men and two women, whose combined ages reached the total of 601 years, appeared on the stage at the Gaumont Palace, Yeovil, the other evening. Previously they had witnessed the screening a film in which they themse
20 November 1935 - The Era - London, London, England
 
RN OF THE 111 BROTHERS

RN OF THE 111 BROTHERS

HUGH, TOM and HAROLD THREE JADES FAST MODERN DANCERS
24 July 1935 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MUSIC OF TO-DAY COLUMBIA’S BRILLIANT NEW “MUSICAL”

MUSIC OF TO-DAY COLUMBIA’S BRILLIANT NEW “MUSICAL”

have the front-of-the-house and back-stage preliminary excitements thrown against a drama in an attic where Carrillo is waiting to hear the opera on his radio set, knowing that two rivals to whom he has passed a dud cheque are anxious to bump him off. When the opera begins know
24 July 1935 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CHATHAM PICTURE HOUSE

CHATHAM PICTURE HOUSE

PALACE THEATRE, LEICESTER I \. i
24 July 1935 - The Era - London, London, England
 
“ FRONT PAGE WOMAN ”

“ FRONT PAGE WOMAN ”

FRONT PAGE WOMAN ” Newspaper drama. Good entertainment of its kind. High spots provided by reporter and sobsister," who are rivals —and in love. Curt, a bright young reporter, wants Ellen to marry him. Ellen works for a rival newspaper, and she refuses marry Curt until he has dec
24 July 1935 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ALFRED WINGROVE (Member ol Agents' Association.) Manager: Ernest Wingrove VAUDEVILLE. CONCERT <fi THEATRICAL AGENT ANCASTER HOUSE, 42, CRAKBOURN ST., LONDON.

ALFRED WINGROVE (Member ol Agents' Association.) Manager: Ernest Wingrove VAUDEVILLE. CONCERT <fi THEATRICAL AGENT ANCASTER HOUSE, 42, CRAKBOURN ST., LONDON.

W.C.2. Telephone : Gerrard 6334. London Roprosentativo : The Blackpool Tower Co., Ltd., and Winter Gardens Co., Ltd.
24 July 1935 - The Era - London, London, England