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Mandi 17, PALUDICM

Mandi 17, PALUDICM

Mandi 17, R. FRE 1) E Y MR. WILFRED DRAYCOTT. C/o Mr. Charles Froliman. EMPIRE THEATRE, NEW YORK.
15 March 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
We always Top the Bill,

We always Top the Bill,

Famous Clothes for Famous People. T»-l. 7801 <;«rr. rail am! s«e our NEW SPRING GOODS <«r « iilo for our Kffcctivo Tatt rus of natty fabrics. Matle in Knglan'l for the I’.S. \. Sim vlco. The Rapid Clrowtli our Busiiie.*** due to the desire none our cii'toiuers to the best our ab
15 March 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO OUR ADVERTISERS. GOOD FRIDAY

IMPORTANT NOTICE TO OUR ADVERTISERS. GOOD FRIDAY

EARLIER THAN USUAL. All Advertisements intended lor our next issue (March should reach this office not later than a.m. Thursday, March ao. ••THE KRA” RUILDINO9, TAVISTOCK STREET, STRAND, W.O. DRAMATIC CARDS. Alphabetically Arranged— linet, It. IS ueekt, ISs. Extra linet, 6d. eac
15 March 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE GAEL OF THE STAGE.

THE GAEL OF THE STAGE.

Mr. Thos. F. Dunn, scenic artist the Theatre Royal, Glasgow, is very proud the success made by his son, Gordon Dunn, in the panto, at the Tyne Theatre. Newcastle. The ” Evening Mail ’* of that city says Have you sat "in front and watched the golf scene in the Tyne Theatre pantom
15 March 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PHIL RABEY

PHIL RABEY

Immaculately dreeeed. Me-ch 24, EMPIRE, ROYSTON, YORKS. March VILLIE 8, SUNOtRUHD. April T, VACAN T. April 14, POPULAR, OLDHAM. April 21. VACANT. April 28, PALACE, ALFRETOH.
19 March 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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THE KEY OF THE SITUATION "

THE KEY OF THE SITUATION "

A new comedy sketch, entitled, " The Key of the Situation." by George Arthurs, is presented at the Victoria Palace this week. The situation around which the story is written is the dilemma which a highly respectable couple find them, selves when, revive the unconscious young lad
19 March 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CONSIDINE

CONSIDINE

TOUR and KEITH’S & PROCTOR’S SensationaS Gymnasts. MARCH 24,
19 March 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CIS OX I. K V Albert t iuhliv. ** Pt ** Co. T It.. Pai ley. N ».

CIS OX I. K V Albert t iuhliv. ** Pt ** Co. T It.. Pai ley. N ».

CIS OX I. V Albert t iuhliv. ** ** Co. T It.. Pai ley. ». J AIKS K. ] Spottigue. '■Charley's Aunt.” Addrr&i. the Coronet Theatre. MR. SYDNEY T. PEASE PtiHlmi.r for Mr. Jo.** (J. Levy. Lib. March 24. Prin cipal Comedy. Mar. 17. Hippo., Jtichmond. Tifß. and MRS. FRED W. PERMAIN (Mi
15 March 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PAISLEY

PAISLEY

HIPPODROME Sole Mr. Unlock; A Mr Jick It Hostock; Mur D. Mr Thom** Richard*>n Thin w«ek itwice nightly): The L y (ten in ri-a’.ey act; Ciaode M wire arlinAo; th.* Th'v.l* Schsf :a. comody niusiciane; Harry K.r.cr’c and Vins i?. in comedy ft'<e<«b. "Soid Out"; tom F. Il.'od. cjm<
15 March 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AT THE APOLLO THEATRE

AT THE APOLLO THEATRE

n*e.d le premier par* qui codtel wellknown axiom, and its aignißcauce gem rally accepted an ctMabliahcd fact. Hence, when the event occurs that an actor's first step into particular prominence should not have proved difTicult, but secures for him an immediate succeta, then the a
15 March 1913 - The Era - London, London, England