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PHIL KEEN STABLE LADS

PHIL KEEN STABLE LADS

CWn do it. Just fim.'hin/ 13 tvr?ks* sucrt.^ful run in LjnJun. Thiii !iam All coirs. 11. Snltoun-rood. Biixton. B.W. various on, WANTED. Nov. 10. and 11A WATTS' FIVE WHITE DOTS. Splendid Harmony and Expert Dancing Suck, Toe Ballet, and Skipping Hope. Panto settled. uaiued. Tliia
29 October 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
An Act full of good things.

An Act full of good things.

Own acenery. Big stage setting, and talent to carry it through. Success last week, return. Empire, Holborn. Aga.n success this. Palace. Camberwell Next week. Palace. Hammersmith, return. Open one week this year. Dec. 1 Proprietors, don't backward in coming forward. give value fo
29 October 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ROYAL VICTORIA PAVILION.

ROYAL VICTORIA PAVILION.

Th» Town Council invito TENDERS FOR A LEASE. the following parts of the above premises for Thrse Years from the March, 1914. (a) THE GREAT HALL (130 feet by 60 feet) with seating accommodation for about 2,000 persons together with stage, dressing-rooms, Ac., well adapted for The
29 October 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
October 29, 1913.

October 29, 1913.

29 October 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
UJ.DOK. NEW * : 7,a

UJ.DOK. NEW * : 7,a

29 October 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LEN TEEL, Dame Comedian. ENORMOUS SUCCESS! ENORMOUS SUCCESS! Just returned from Sunny South Africa. Six months’ tour as Principal Comedian

LEN TEEL, Dame Comedian. ENORMOUS SUCCESS! ENORMOUS SUCCESS! Just returned from Sunny South Africa. Six months’ tour as Principal Comedian

with Mr. John Tiller’s Repertoire Company. See South African Press: Mr. Lea Teel, the Frau van Dorp, proved bimaelf to one of the finest comedians one could ever wish to see, and was responsible for most of the laughter.*’—Ths Natal News, July, 1913. “There is one exceptionally
29 October 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
E. S. W I L L A R D Baaioess communication* to Arthur Hardy. 40, bbaftrsbury avrone. W.

E. S. W I L L A R D Baaioess communication* to Arthur Hardy. 40, bbaftrsbury avrone. W.

E. S. W I L L A R Baaioess communication* to Arthur Hardy. 40, bbaftrsbury avrone. W. ALEXANDER. AddreM. MESS THEATRE GUOSSMITH
8 October 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LADY FREDERICK

LADY FREDERICK

(By arrangement with Mr. Olho Stuart). Will aIHO play if ie'|Uire«l <lu irg the same week ALL-OF-A-SyODEN PEGGY THE TOViAKER OF NUREMBERG (By arrangL-nient with M*. Cliaih-< K.ohnuo). Vacant Hates Jan. 26; :• (North*, Feh. 10, (Mhllaml); Apin 0. I:*. Ailil ess J NERMANN DICKSON,
8 October 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
rR. FREDERIC MORENA

rR. FREDERIC MORENA

r R. FREDERIC MORENA .Mr. James ia “The Westerner." En- M«d for Ohrtatmas aa Stage Manager, FiOnelia, Ouety. Manchester. At liberty for Spring for •Jl.. Heavy and Character Part*. Ac. Addreae. 32. Segentel.. w. Ttfß. BERT MURRAY. Simplicitas, Hart and Moreton'a ." Di«.. Nov Panto
22 October 1913 - The Era - London, London, England