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ON THE ROAD, FEB. 7,

ON THE ROAD, FEB. 7,

A, ft Bridr.—Empire T., Oldham. *- • IN London.—T, K., Cardiff. Its Breams. —P. O. W., Nuneaton. The.—OraTid T., Oldham. The (N.)— Midlesbrough . Hair Grows Whiter.—Alexandra T., i. f the Family.— Osborne T., Manchester 'lend.— Oemtury T., Motherwell. the Beast.— Victoria T.. Bu
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B. FELDMAN & 00.,

B. FELDMAN & 00.,

2 & 3, Arthur St., New Oxford St., Tel. Address HUMFEIV, LONDON.’* Telephone } H 47 G
5 February 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MADAME JEANETTE PHILLIPINI

MADAME JEANETTE PHILLIPINI

Terpsichorean triumphs are recalled the career of Madame Jeanette Phillipini. After visiting the principal Continental cities a dancer, and appearing the Prince of Wales’s Theatre, Liverpool, under the management of Captain Wombwell, she was engaged by Mr. Geo. Musgrove for Aust
5 February 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MISS AMY LLOYD EARLE

MISS AMY LLOYD EARLE

Kate McTavish in Old Soldiers and Piccolo in During Her Majesty’s Pleasure. For several years she played lead in the iate Frank Harvey’s plays, and under the management the late Henry Percy in the principal provincial theatres More recently she has fulfilled two tours with The V
5 February 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MISS DOROTHY RICHARDSON

MISS DOROTHY RICHARDSON

Dorothy Richardson, who the age of seventeen took up last year (he heroine Mr. Walter Melville’s drama A Soldier’s Wedding, a part she is still playing with undiminished success. Miss Richardson, began young. At five years of age she played a child’s'part under Mr. and Mrs. Kend
5 February 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BISHOP

BISHOP

SB Exhel AN PRAAGH, '• Tour with own Company EYES OF THE WORLD.” EVELYN CaiTERWN^THEATEB MILLARD MARY BESSLE 2 . Address, Parsons Green, E.W. ft EDITH , „ At Liberty. - 8, Hamilton-sqnare, Birkenhead COLE, Miss * MARIE DALTRA, C Happened to Jones." f| am-rond, S. w. 'Phone, 1166
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“PRIVATE POTTS.” THOMAS BARRASFORD DEAD. in Scenes, by FAMOUS MUSIC HALL MAGNATE DIES AT Vf' t'ai-ley ... f red Kitchen,

“PRIVATE POTTS.” THOMAS BARRASFORD DEAD. in Scenes, by FAMOUS MUSIC HALL MAGNATE DIES AT Vf' t'ai-ley ... f red Kitchen,

Produced BRIGHTON, ffcter i ''clboro, Ire <m Monday, Jan. JS. With the deepest regret we record the death of Mr. Frid Kuchin Thomas which took place at his reai- Mrs p lail Princess ....Miss in Middle-street, , Brighton, Tuesday l?s.f Phe Miss Jenni* Ceammond at 4.30 a.m. The fu
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NOW OPEN.

NOW OPEN.

5 February 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PANTOMIME ARTISTS WANTED.

PANTOMIME ARTISTS WANTED.

WAN fED, Principal Boys, good voice, appear * anee, and to find own dresses, for “Dick Whittington Panto.; rehearse at once. Lowest terms, photo., references, . and Ki.nor, Clarence Theatre, Pontypridd. Monday next. Theatre, herndale. ANTED, Artists all Lines, for Panto., next ▼
5 February 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SHOWMEN’S ADVERTISEMENTS. WANTED, Showmen to Know that the following is a complete COPYRIGHT LIST OF FAIRS, FEASTS. WAKES. AND CARNIVALS,

SHOWMEN’S ADVERTISEMENTS. WANTED, Showmen to Know that the following is a complete COPYRIGHT LIST OF FAIRS, FEASTS. WAKES. AND CARNIVALS,

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