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THE REPERTORY THEATRE BXRMXNOHAW

THE REPERTORY THEATRE BXRMXNOHAW

The Silver Box.” by JJm Galsworthy, which lias been in the hill this week, is not entirely new to Birmingham playgoers. It was succe 6- fully produced by this company at the Edgbaston Assembly Rooms when they were the Pilgrim Players, and seems to have little repetition. The int
12 April 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SECURITY

SECURITY

AND CHARLES VILLIERB CHAPMAN. ■ Member of the (.fading London Sporting Mu hr. Clients are met Fairly and Liberally on all Paints. Including Telegraphic and Postal Inaccuracies B- ok* now open ALU FUTURE EVENTS. ante post starting DOUBLES AND TREBLES. Win or Placo. PULL MULTIPLIE
12 April 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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12 April 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE GRAND THEATRE

THE GRAND THEATRE

Proprietors, the Blackpool Tower . Ltd. General Manager. Geo. H. Harrop. Acting Manager, Percy Harrop. ACKNOWLEDGED BY ALL THE PRINCIPAL THEATRE TOWN THE THEATRE WHERE ALL MR GEORGE EDWARDKS* MUSICAL PLAYS ARE STAGED. Note— the HIGH ~ts The audience have RECORD ««e the Pr 0....
12 April 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HULLO! RAGTIME ’ REVISED.

HULLO! RAGTIME ’ REVISED.

Renewed life was given to the Hippodrome revue Thursday, when a second edition was presented of -'Hullo! Rag-time.- which reached its first century over month ago and seems t > achieve many more. The splendours the production have won the admiration the public, ever 400.000 peop
12 April 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PREB£IfTATXOK TO A E PICKARD

PREB£IfTATXOK TO A E PICKARD

PREB£IfTATXOK TO PICKARD Thursday evening. 3rd iiwt . the Panopticon. Olaegow. Mr. A. Pickard presented with handsome illuminated addresa ny the Scottish Horae and Motor-men's Union. The audience was entirely composed The of thia palatial variety hall aiuce carters and their frie
12 April 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE V.A.F. CHAIRMAN

THE V.A.F. CHAIRMAN

Mr H. Clemart also responded. In his official position chairman of the VA.F.. confirmed Mr. Voice’s statement that the comrnUtee of the Federation had no harder workers than the Terriers. had the honour be past King Rat. but if had to depend, in his official
12 April 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA.

THE ERA.

capacity, ou hi» immi Onkr, h« v».u‘«l uol k« I the aMeuHtuu tluit lie did from tin- Terrirr-, mlio worked for the t;oo«l of the iiiuiiic hall profeatuin. They did nirt to the with the of runn’.n* a lerriera' movem?oi, hut the beat the> could for their broth*w ami maters. The Te
12 April 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Aod MANAGERS WANTING ARTISTES.

Aod MANAGERS WANTING ARTISTES.

BALHAH HIPPODROME. The Inimitable Little Tich is the attraction here this week, and right well does this versatile artiste amuse the Balhamilrs with quaintly sung dim™ and lui nimble.footed dance*, stepped in way that only Tich can step them. Hm impersonation steeplejack only eq
12 April 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
EDWARD LLOYD‘AND CLIFFORD DOWN’S CO.

EDWARD LLOYD‘AND CLIFFORD DOWN’S CO.

WANTED, April 21.* 28. Whit., Sept. 8. Edward Lloyd, Palace Theatre, Ramsgate. " THE WALLB OP JERICHO." " THE ALLS OP JERICHO." Entire production carried. Twice nightly If required. " THE LION AND THE MOUSE.** " THE LION AND THE MOUSE.” From the Duke of York’s Theatre.' WANTED.
12 April 1913 - The Era - London, London, England