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CICELY

CICELY

HIS MAJESTY’S THEATRE.
3 September 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
RICHARDS

RICHARDS

M lss MISS IDA MOLESWORTH Address. 11. St. Edmund terrace. Kcgeot'a Park. MISS EVELYN MILLARD. Addro-s c/o Mr. John lend inning. "The Rosary." T.R . BLACKBURN. MISS MARY BES E Addrecfl. 2, Broomhouse-n>ad. Pa"j*on'3 Green, S.W. MISS EDITH COLE At liberty. Addreea. 8. Hamilton-eq
3 September 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1913.

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1913.

\fR. OSCAR ASCHE and MISS LILY BRAYTOX SOUTH AFRICA. C. F. Level. 35. Oaven si . W.C \fR and MRS. F. R. BEXSOX 11. Henriclta-eTreet. Covent Garden. W.C. \fK. A MRS. WILLIAM MACLAREX Sept. I. Court Theatre. 'Ugao. Sept 8. HIPPODROME. KEiGHLEY. VJK. ALFRED GRAY. On Tuur ■* *■ Aubr
3 September 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
By H. F. HOUBDEN

By H. F. HOUBDEN

Enormous success last week at Nottingham. Vacant Dec. 22, 29, Jan. 5, 12. 19, and OSWALD CRAY. This week. Lyric Theatre. Hammersmith. Next week. ALEXANDRA THEATRE,
3 September 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
EAST LYNNE.

EAST LYNNE.

WANTED. Theatre*. Oct. 13. 14. 15. Nor. 3. Dec. I. 8. 15 (?). 22. 29. Jan. 5. 19. and on. rial Note. For Dec. 22 booked for 12 niffhts. for 8 from Dec. 26. for • CURRENT CASH" and •' BAST LYNNE." "Current Cash" was produced Grand. Wolverhampton, for Vfhlt Week lairt, and ui wond
3 September 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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THE 10.30 DOWN

THE 10.30 DOWN

WANTED. Oct. 13, vacant, precede Aldershot. Nov. 3, South or Midlande. HORACE STANLEY. week, Opera House, Workington. Next. Alexandra. Washington.
3 September 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LONDON AND PROVINCIAL PROGRAMMES-

LONDON AND PROVINCIAL PROGRAMMES-

Correspondents thould note that /uturt Ih Uandau dßßHrrurTOfrt: trim 50.115 Iheoe aohunns; F. (Pre»re*.ucl; f * If. Oiroetarl; L. * «. (Lessee sad Nonoperl; If. (Acting if onager I; deal. N. (disielonl ff (Basinese If onager); T. Jf. (felinnp Honnper Conductor) ; «T(Stecretarv);
3 September 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CBOYDON

CBOYDON

GRAND THEATRE.-O. M.. Mr. Ernest Archrr. —This meek (one® nightly, and Thnrxdav matinee 2.30': Cyril Maude prefents • The ll.•ac^ nu^Kt(•r. , ■ p'eceded by “Clause So. 6“ Co. t include*: Mr. Charles Mlndermer*’. Mi#s Mo Maitland. Miss Fraser Foss. Mr. Herbert shaJl. Mr. C. 11. K
3 September 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ST. HELENS

ST. HELENS

THEATRE AND OPERA HOUSE—P.. St. Helena Theatre. Ltdj O. M., Mr. McLeod Loader; A. M.. Mr. Harry B. Johnaon —This week : Mr. Harty Poxwell’s Co. in " The Gambler." Cast includes: Messrs. Cecil W. Parke. Dane Clarke, Chas. H. Mortimer, Geo. Porteous, Geo. Scully Chaa Grant, Misaes
3 September 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WIND O’ THE MOORS

WIND O’ THE MOORS

A Play, in One Act. by L. do G&rde Peach. Produced at the Gaiety Theatre, Manchester, o» Monday, Sept. 1 Anna Old G region Michael . Mia<« Mary Fenner Mr. Juhu« Shaw Mr. Doogia* Vigors Th« scene of this strenuous dramatic episode Is a cottage in the midst wild moors in Derbyshir
3 September 1913 - The Era - London, London, England