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FAMOUS SOUTHWARK WARDENS

FAMOUS SOUTHWARK WARDENS

In ■* The- Corporation the Paritili of Ht. Saviour’a. Southwark.” compiled l>y R. T. Raima and L. M. lyinijfHton. and publiahed by M inkly and Son, Southwark-at reel. a brief account Riven of the famous actor, Edward Alleyn, tbe founder of Dulwicih t'olloge, who was elected a ve
15 March 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL THEATRES

PROVINCIAL THEATRES

HANLEY THEATRE ROYAL, LTD * * : The Poltenes for all Uramatic aiu»t considered one larjre lowd. Hanley has undoubtedly the Theatre and fctago HtafTonUlnre Lighted by Electricity. Spring Bookings : Jan 27. Forbea-Kobertson and full company (»i* Feb. 3. "The Vthip"; Feb 10. ** Fan
15 March 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRE ACADEMIES AND SCHOOLS.

THEATRE ACADEMIES AND SCHOOLS.

PHINITY COLLEGE OF MUSIC (Inst. 1872 ) of Board Sir Frederick Bridge. O. M.A.. Mu« D. Director of Studies: H. L.. FItA M. Director Exaininationa; C. W. Pearce. Mus.D. March 10. 5 p m.. Students' Concert. The Operatic Claes are rehearsing "The Rose of Persia." (Sullivan and Hood)
15 March 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
OLD BUSHMILLS

OLD BUSHMILLS

WHISKY. It p eases everybody by i's dainty flavour, complete purity, and its comforting and invigorating effect upon the system. It is a brain clearer, no! a brain mudd er. TRY IT The Old liuahmills Distillery Co., Ltd.. ‘2O, Mark Lane, London, F..C. o OUR READERS A SINGLE COPT
15 March 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WOMEN AND PLAYS.

WOMEN AND PLAYS.

Tin- ivvi\al of School in isl r«*ss at In* Vaudeville lias drawn attention to (In* large amount of water lias run under lln* idges shut* it was piodneed ; and Mr. .lons Pai.mhii, writing in tin* “Saturday Keview.” expresses anything but cheerful opinion of the present condition
15 March 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ACTRESSES AND THE VOTE

ACTRESSES AND THE VOTE

Female Franchise having a “burning question,” and Hie Actresses' I* ram-hise I/eagin* ini|M»rfant and active association, have taken a census of the feeling in Hie profession 01 the subject. Tin* result is llial- 244 act n ss«*s art* in favour of women having the vole, and are a
15 March 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE PEDORIFT TESTIMONIAL

THE PEDORIFT TESTIMONIAL

testimonial is Ising prepared for Mr. P. If. I’edgrifl, who joined the staff this paper in 1875, and retired recently from the position of its business manager. publisher of the paper, acting under the directions tlie late Kdilor, Mr. Kdward ls*dg«*r, Mr. Pcdgrift did good servi
15 March 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A KEW VARIETY PROJECT.

A KEW VARIETY PROJECT.

The National aiui EntertajiimeiiU. Ltd., a project that ho* been brought into the popularity the Buy Scout and Cadet movement, and the echcroe promise* to have a far-reaclunit effect upon the music hall industry in England. It is in this connection that take the (.pportunity of
15 March 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WHITEHAVEN

WHITEHAVEN

NEW THEATRE KOVAL. Mr. Stanley Roger#; A. M . Mr. \Ni:l Gib# n: C.inductor, M . Fred Merryman. This week : Newell Bros., acrobatic and musical act; the gar#. .H»;i#t# I duettidts; Le.s and Mona, acrobatic speciality; and pictures. PICTCRE PALACE. L . Mr Victor Branford; A. M. Mr
15 March 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
UOMPAMEB.

UOMPAMEB.

The and B««t. Colomn Winner*. Wio« Needs no Bush. CLEVER IMPOSTOR,” CLEVER IMPOSTOR,*' By Mlm Emma Lltohfleld. Bucc«ee!! Bucc««ft I! buoceas!! I Verdict “Great If in doubt, refer Mr. Wont worth Croke. Copy of unsolicited letter from • Mr. Wentworth Croke. Lyric Opera Mouse, _ .
15 March 1913 - The Era - London, London, England