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SCALE OP CHARGES FOR TRAVELLING COMPANIES.

SCALE OP CHARGES FOR TRAVELLING COMPANIES.

SCALE CHARGES FOR TRAVELLING COMPANIES. Fir« Linet. TWO and SIXPENCE. Thirteen Intertiont (Including a Copy of ** The Bra" Weekly). THIRTY SHILLINGS. For Bach Additional Line, Sixpence. Addre##. the Puttisotit, ** The Era Bonding#, 5. Tavistock street. Strand. W.C. ••Wire,” ”The
5 November 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PANTOMIME ADVICE AND ESTIMATES GRATIS

PANTOMIME ADVICE AND ESTIMATES GRATIS

Arthur Collins, Esq., writes from Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. “I am more than satisfied with the excellent manner in which the cleaning of onr Pantomime Dresses has been carried out, and also with the Great Promptitude with which the work has been executed.” MORE UNigOB TBBTIMOBT
5 November 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE SENSATION OF THE YEAR!

THE SENSATION OF THE YEAR!

MMMBS NOT NOT Mumms. EQUALLY SUITE BOY, o>*L. FURY QUEEN. AND OUETTIBT3. 1 A PANTOMIME WITHOUT THIS SONG WILL Bl UK* A SHIP WITHOUT A RUDDER. BAND PART* In Medium and High K>r>, 1«. par tat. CHORUS SLIDES, la. anch. '•VOU< lYEo" WA TZ, «.T«. u.: Faptal. Bd.; pl.ne. Sd. (1.a., ha
5 November 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA.

THE ERA.

perform* act; Tiny and Mite, Juvenile and dancer*, merit hearty applauae for *ol*ll dancing; George Brooks, comedian, is entertaining; and fastell have pleading and covcl musicat turn; and Rover and flona, comedy couple, merit appreciation. 11 ifroDßoni.~ -Manager, Mr. Sydney To
5 November 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LONDON AND SUBURBAN THEATRES.

LONDON AND SUBURBAN THEATRES.

THKATSB. Oo Holiday, Oct. 31, th« Flay entitled ** RAFFLES." Thai the Amateur Cracksman still exercises his fascination over the King's patrons was plainly manifest on Monday evening, when, in the per«on of Mr. Leonard Boyne, he made his reentry for the week. Ratfirs is capital
5 November 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BRXTAinfZA THEATRE.

BRXTAinfZA THEATRE.

Oo Monday, Ott. Jl, th« Drama, in 'four Acta, entitled “THE SHOP-SOILED GIRL.** Melville drama again occupies the boards at the Britannia this week, and is proving big attraction. The many vicissitudce of the “shop-roiled girl “ are watched w itK keen interest Hoxtonlans. •hose
5 November 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
November 5, 1910,

November 5, 1910,

5 November 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
VARIETY GOSSIP.

VARIETY GOSSIP.

Til Carl of Derby, K G.. K.C.8., Sir Mos*. J.P., Mr. F. E. Smith. K.C., M.P., Lard Ma)cr-Eiect Liver|M)ot, Mr. Oswald Stull, Mr. William Henry Bruadhcad (Mayor of Blackpool), Mr. Walter Frece. and Mr. W. W*. Kelly are amongst those who have given their influential patronage to t
5 November 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FALL IN AND

FALL IN AND

The Successor
5 November 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
51, HIGH ST., NEW OXFORD ST., LONDON, W.C.

51, HIGH ST., NEW OXFORD ST., LONDON, W.C.

Wires : Songonia, London.'* Ernest Shand, with his quaint old Jack Tar impersonation, "I’ll there"; Mr. Sam Mayo, who chortle© so effectively "Ha' Hal Ha!" and his comic Indian number; and the peculiar and popular abbreviator. Mr. Phil Ray. The Two Bobs are enormous favourites w
5 November 1910 - The Era - London, London, England