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QELIGMAN (Bnvsfoni and Muriel). Child •’The Who Had to Learu.” Perm . 7. Esmond rd , Bid- Cord Park. W ¥ ITTLE ' MIHI AM STUAUT. Child Actress. VocalMt, and Knowledge Dancing Concladed Vcuetta. Life for Life" Disengaged. 114 Ledbur>-rd Kaynwater. A tew Pre.v* Opiiuun- indeed i©
23 July 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NEW THEATUE BOYAL. WINDSOR^ T HE EH A.

NEW THEATUE BOYAL. WINDSOR^ T HE EH A.

NEW THEATUE BOYAL. WINDSOR^ T HE A. COMPANIES WANTED '^Iy’ANTKD First-class Companies. NEW THEATRE. AVOIU LSTKR. NEW THEATRE. WOR( EsTKR NEW THEATRE. AAOIU KR NEW THEATRE WOKCEsTER NEW THEATRE. WOKI Wanted. NEW THEATRE. WORCESTER. Slar NEW THEATRE. WORt ER, Attractions NEW THEATR
23 July 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CLYDEBANK THEATRE.

CLYDEBANK THEATRE.

WJLNTBD. Compute Orchestra and Staff. by letter, stating age, experience, and wages required, A. E. PICKARD. Panopticon. Glasgow. 'MTKT’ANTED, Members of the Vocal Branch -M.U. •fo the Secretary at once regard to "Tag Day" on July 30. Lady members to assist will oblige by sendin
23 July 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS XV BRIGHTON

AMUSEMENTS XV BRIGHTON

THEATRE ROYAL—P, Brighton Theatr# Royal, Ltd.; M.. Mr. Lawson Lambert.- The revno Hullo, Ragtime! entered open its second week here Monday. The short variety programme preceding the entertainment is changed this week, the artistes who appear being Rodinoff, the Royal Society ent
23 July 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CONCERNINO ' BILLY'S FORTUNE; the action ol Leycl v. Payne, heard by Mr. Justice Scrutton. sitting without jury, in the

CONCERNINO ' BILLY'S FORTUNE; the action ol Leycl v. Payne, heard by Mr. Justice Scrutton. sitting without jury, in the

Kinif Bench Division on Friday, the plaintiff Mr. Carl F. Ferry House Twickenha u. claimed damages from Mr. F. H. Payne, of Great s»an Alley. . alleging against the latter breach of contract in regard theatrical venture at the Criterion Theatre Mr MeCard-e. who reiirtwuled the p
23 July 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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Manager, Arthur Aidla.

Manager, Arthur Aidla.

Brenioga I. PA L A C E. ANNA PAVLOVA, assisted by M. NOVI* KOPF. MARY BLIZABBTH. BARCLAY GAMMON. BTHBL GREEN. Lionel Cardac. SPECIAL PAV. MAT. every WED. at S. MAT. (Puli Programme. Reduced Prices), SAT.. 2. Evenings, 8. THE NEW BEDFORD, PALAGM OP VARIETIES, LTD. VJE > 11BK3, Tw
23 July 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
... its Manager for Herne Bay Council— Mr. CHAB. EVANS, Town Hail, Herne Bay,

... its Manager for Herne Bay Council— Mr. CHAB. EVANS, Town Hail, Herne Bay,

THK Stage Directory, AN ANNUAL LIST OF THE THEATRICAL AND ALLIED PROFESSIONS AND TRADES. January 1« aia. Momber the Kutertalomont World cm oiford to bo omitted from this Directory. Nemo. Address end Club, Agent or s«oclotion, inserted FSt'E. you here not yet receired insertion f
23 July 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
to ran so iron or vas tas.

to ran so iron or vas tas.

to ran so iron vas tas. &».—Tour leader In Dm Mooad of Dm brilliant mv Rr» «ab>«ct of opera op«M op far vidor qneoliou than flrot A popular aodieaco mean* opera in Eoflioh, it not likely that tho beat British (aod they are the oaly vho net Bagllah words properly) vili cone to the
23 July 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
KITTY COLYER ENGLAND'S PREMIER DANCING COMEDIENNE.

KITTY COLYER ENGLAND'S PREMIER DANCING COMEDIENNE.

Communication. —HARRY DAY. Th« only Brazilian Nut in Captivity.
23 July 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
“THE WORST GIRL OF ALL.”

“THE WORST GIRL OF ALL.”

Same author, same enterprising management. We Beg of You not to book it till you see it. Because if it isn’t Good Enough for Us, it isn’t Enough for You. If you care to pencil it on the strength of above, we shall be glad to do business. SADLER’S WELLS THEATRE, LIMITED (Private)
23 July 1913 - The Era - London, London, England