HIPPODROME. P. 4 M-'. Mr (1. M.. Mr. Jack Olodwin; It. M., .Mr. i-vnl K«y«fi A. . K. Bell Thi* «cek,; iH* Klvin and company in Patching It and • Who So?"; llinsle. comedy illusionist. usMsted (iertie Rees, speriaiity dancer; Smart Hr.*! eccentric acrobaC.c comedians; Sinclairs T
THEATRE ROYAL.-P. Mr. Pranrls lAidler; O. M.. Mr. Nathaniel Hepworth; A. M.. Mr. George If. Almond; Mas. D., Mr. Thos. A. Coomer. This (twice nightly) Miss Ida Molesworth and Mr. Mark Blow'a Co., in “ The Easiest Way.” Cast includes : Mr. Pringle Robert, Mr. Michael Staples. Mr.
Kighton. wh:ch took place very suddenly at her London realilence on Saturday last, witlion; any preliminary symptoms «»f illness. Miss member of the a 'cry early apinared for many years under the name of Emma many pnoineid eompames. and also playeil stock seasons lihisitoa. Nott
Tt* and now produoSion* the \teat End variety huuxv over (or the pmtrnt. and ptipular places enieriainmeot are now in the happy puawaaiou eM-eeiabiisned aeeeewea. Revoew, how over, thembeivitM the introduction DovckiM, ainl thcmtfh have recentJy noticed edition “Hallo. Rag-time!
The (.'aran D'Ache of the Variety BUge. (Vide Stoll.) E MOZART Busiocfifi Manager. Harry Day. lifß. EDWARD H. LUCAS and Daughter EDNA Scenes from Dickeoa Address, c/o "The Era" Office. The " Nottingham Express." May 27. 1913. says; A word of compliment upon absolute Hholcsomeuet
(LIVERPOOL’S MOST POPULAR PLAYHOUSE). Now under the sole control of W. W. KELLY, who maintains that this magnificent high-class Theatre can be made to pay at Music-hall prices, 4d. to 3s. The public now demand palatial buildings, beautifully equipped and furnished, plenty of lig
15 October 1913 - The Era - London, London, England