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Finsbury Park Empire

Finsbury Park Empire

Managing Director: R. H. GILLESPIE. Managar: PIERRE COHEN. T.Uphon.: ManaMrCanon. 2120. Bonking OfliM,Canon^ 2248 g DIRECTION GEORGE BLACK 0.40 TWICE NIGHTLY, commencing MONDAY, JUNE 24th, 1935 Q*D\J I i
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JUNE 29, 1935

JUNE 29, 1935

26 June 1935 - The Era - London, London, England
 
IN THE CALLS THE ERA HEARTY OR “ARTY” WHICH SHALL IT BE?

IN THE CALLS THE ERA HEARTY OR “ARTY” WHICH SHALL IT BE?

By RAYMOND BENNETT I TNDER the urbane control of Stanley-Watson, on the excellent programmes booked by Gerard Heath, with the efficient stagemanaging of Percy Court, and with Oily Aston a veritable inspiration in the orchestra pit, there is a warm intimacy in Kingston Empire the
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26 June 1935 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE theatre of to-day and to-morrow AURIOL LEE EXPLAINS

THE theatre of to-day and to-morrow AURIOL LEE EXPLAINS

delicate balance between humour and pathos, and also there were two quite inexperienced young people in the cast whose work needed constant and careful supervision. “Talking of ‘Grief Goes Over, there was one criticism of it which seemed to me to be quite baseless that Ronald, t
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“NIPPY”

“NIPPY”

From the West End Stage Success Starring BETTY BALFOUR A Feast of Music apd Comedy “A.I. AT LLOYD’S” From the Story by Denison Clift The Romantic History of the Great Insurance House
26 June 1935 - The Era - London, London, England
 
JUNE 26, 1936

JUNE 26, 1936

26 June 1935 - The Era - London, London, England
 
GUILDHALL SCHOOL OF MUSIC

GUILDHALL SCHOOL OF MUSIC

'"PHE Dramatic Circle of the school presented "The Rose Without a Thorn last week, and gave three performances. It is a fair comment to record that it would be difficult to have given a more enjoyable or a better finished display of the art of acting. There was no striving after
26 June 1935 - The Era - London, London, England
 
EVA MOORE says‘LET US TAKE TALKIES SERIOUSLY’

EVA MOORE says‘LET US TAKE TALKIES SERIOUSLY’

possibly find a basis for such a statement. Acting in the film-studios not only demands quite as much as it does in the theatre (and produces results every whit as fine—Conrad Veidt’s performances are a witness to this), but in a way it requires more. A greater concentration is
19 June 1935 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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26 June 1935 - The Era - London, London, England