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I!iS LESLIE EMIL April 205. South Croxlcdruad, M' .';, ,i LK.STKU. Lady Cap,.- ... i and Juliet. April 12. end of run. .New Prince* Theatre, \V C. maud *i> » ,i, . * i- Town only. Icgjfigh. SalfonlroH«l. St real ham Hill, s.W LIXDEX KITTY Addrew, c/o ** Th» Era." 6, street, W.C.
5 April 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SADLER 8 WELLS

SADLER 8 WELLS

Monday. March 31. the I»rania. IM)EK TWO FL\t;s This dramalieed version of Ida's ee'ebrat«d novel is nieoting with great success, played the usual finished manner one the companies organised Mr. Fred Itaugh and pro iluccd under the direction Mr. H. O. Brandon, who is still the r
5 April 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MISS LAtHIK LINDHLEV

MISS LAtHIK LINDHLEV

Previous her sueceiMiful stage career, Mias Laurie Liudsley etudie-l Miigiug at the College of Music, and afterward* became pupil d'Auban's Academy of Dancing. Her Arsi gageuient aas in ** Amorelle,'* at the Comedy Theatre. Miss Lindsley next played Miss Carrie Moore's part "The
5 April 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ECONOMISING

ECONOMISING

Comedy, in One Act. John F. ITaylock. Produced for the First Time in London at Kennington on Monday. March 31. Mrs. Albert —Miss Madge Mr. Albert Mr. John Cecil Mrs. Miss Margaret Ihck Mr. Haylock has written bright and lively little curfain-rais«*r Econoniising,” which had its
5 April 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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KINGSTON EMPIRE

KINGSTON EMPIRE

The audience* this week at the inn*, and they have been very numcruu* the twu niKht'iy porftmnance*. have a j»roirp.imnie exceptional excellence, and the appreelation the onlooker* been mark'd fre«|iient applause. The Joseph Adelnmnn Family present musical performance of decided
5 April 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
RICHMOND HIPPODROME

RICHMOND HIPPODROME

There is veritable galaxy of talent here this week, and the bill booms with good things. the top of the bit T. E. Dunville. whose work is always excellent; his selections include "The telegraph boy" and "The panel doctor." In the latter excruciatingly funny, and provokes the hom
5 April 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ONCE AGAIN BOUDXNX DIVE IN SHACKLES.

ONCE AGAIN BOUDXNX DIVE IN SHACKLES.

Just on the point of 12 noon April 1, when the traffic on the Swing Bridge. Newcastle, was at its busiest, singular and exciting incident occurred. A taxi cab swung round from Sandhill, and was passing over the bridge, when one the occupants knocked frantically with his knuckles
5 April 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SOUTHAMPTON

SOUTHAMPTON

GRAND THEATRE. R. . Mr. Arthur Weston; Mus. 1).. Mr. J. Warwick Moore This week ; Louis Meyer presents ” Tin* lad Eye.” The company includes: Messrs. T. G. Vane. Alfred Drayton. Frank Bradley. Rolart S. Eiitwistlc, Leslie Kyle. J. Courtenay Fagan, Stanley Groomc, H. W, Hewlett.
5 April 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA.

THE ERA.

COMPANIES WANTED Kir.-t «las* Cuui|»aoirs. NEW THEATUK. NVOUCESTKU. ANTED, NEW THEATKK. WOIU ESTEH. NEW THEATUE, WOK( EMEU MAR NEW TIIEATKK. WOUEEnTEU NEW THKMKE, WORt’EsTEU \TTR\« TIONs NEW TIIE\TRK, WOK< EMEU NEW Til E \TK E. WOIM EMEU. EUR NEW THEATRE. WORCESTER NEW THEATRE.
5 April 1913 - The Era - London, London, England