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gO you grab a fistful of the pools people’s profits, hand it over to the Treasury, credit the payment to the theatre, the Budget is balanced, the theatre is made safe for those philanthropists who believe that not even Park-lane pent-house is garret good enough for the young pla
17 February 1938 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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17 February 1938 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TRADE UNIONS

TRADE UNIONS

In regard to the negotiations between the Rhondda District and the NA.T. and K.E., Mr. W. Berriman (Pontypridd), ex-chairman of the Branch, wrote expressing regret at being unable to attend and pointing out that at the moment he had nothing definite to report. The Rhondda exhibi
17 February 1938 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AND HIS MUSIC WEAVERS

AND HIS MUSIC WEAVERS

All Corns.: 101. Wallaslay Court. Maitfa Vala, W.S ’Phono: Malta Yak 2SM KIRBY’S FLYING BALLETS “Peter Pan,” “Tulip Time,” "Where the Rainbow Ends,” etc. Auditorium Diving and Somortanlt Flying a Speciality JOSEPH KIRBY, 110, Tulm Hill, UndM, 8.W.2 Tulse Hill 2407
17 February 1938 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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AUTHORS AND COMPOSERS

rooponolblllty can accoptod by The Era in respect of advertisements, and readers are recommended not to send money unless they have first obtained satisfaction, or to forward manuscripts without retainina copies. IOQQ JUST OUTII FORTUNE’S rr.JO MONSTER BUDGET; Compere’s YelUng P
17 February 1938 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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A HARRY s. N dersoN VARIETY AQENCY (Mtinbcr of Agcntt’ Association, LM.) 10, GREAT NEWPORT STREET, W.C.2 Oram*: Andyvaude” I*square,

A HARRY s. N dersoN VARIETY AQENCY (Mtinbcr of Agcntt’ Association, LM.) 10, GREAT NEWPORT STREET, W.C.2 Oram*: Andyvaude” I*square,

London ’Phone: Temple Bar 9464-5 Ro»r.—JACK ADAH
17 February 1938 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HOLBORN 6.30

HOLBORN 6.30

RADIO’S BRITAIN’S BY ARRANGEMENT POPULAR MAESTRO BRIGHTEST ENTERTAINERS WITH THE N.S.C. LOUIS THE TWO FRANK LEVY LESLIES HOUGH ■■ " THC FMHTIM HUMAR. WHO HAS CCI IC A.\ RECENTLY LEAFED INTO FAME /LcSLIc SARONTtt\ after nm semational fights WITH HIS VLESUE HOLMES/ at earu court B
24 February 1938 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CABARET CORNER

CABARET CORNER

HUMOUR-AND GIRLS Vf/HEN I saw the last cabaret pro'rv duction at Grosvenor House I thought that we had in this country glamour girls and dancers equal to the American standard. Young George Black seems to think so too, for in to-night’s new presentation, So This Is Charm,” there
24 February 1938 - The Era - London, London, England
 
STUDIOS

STUDIOS

VIKING’S NEW PRODUCTION “Take Off That Hat” PRODUCTION of Viking Films Take Off That Hat will begin at Cricklewood on March 7, with Eric Humphries directing. Take Off That Hat follows the recipe established by Humphries in the two films he made last year“ Starlight Parade and Sh
24 February 1938 - The Era - London, London, England
 
GLEBELANDS AND POOLS

GLEBELANDS AND POOLS

DEGINALD C. BROMHEAD, chairman of the Council of the C.T.8.F., writes: Referring to the recent articles on football pools, and to the list of shareholders in Screen Pools, Limited, in which this fund’s name appears, I desire to state, in order to avoid any misapprehension, that
24 February 1938 - The Era - London, London, England