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F E it R I S S.

F E it R I S S.

F R I S. Comedy Character Studies in Song form. To Authors. Composers. oprn to Purchase Character in the form of *■ Songs Monologues" good Chorus preferred) any time. This, Hippodrome, Mancbej>Ur. Next. EMPIRE. BURNLEY Solo Agent. Mr. George Barclay Vacant for Pantomime, through
8 October 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Djar Mil!ane. KELLY’S THEATRE, LIVERPOOL, Sc(.t. 22, 1913. Re QUEEN OF THE AIR. I always like to see a show

Djar Mil!ane. KELLY’S THEATRE, LIVERPOOL, Sc(.t. 22, 1913. Re QUEEN OF THE AIR. I always like to see a show

before I book it, but I have so much faith in your attractions th .t I willing to ink in at once the date you mention {Holiday date). I hope you will do as well as 'A White Slave.' //'. W. KELLY." Re DATES JOSEPH MILLANE I Opera Home, nicvr Brixton Theatre, » St HELENS. , BRIXTO
8 October 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CICELY RICHARDS, HlB MAJESTY'S THEATRE.

CICELY RICHARDS, HlB MAJESTY'S THEATRE.

M ISS ,ss IDA MOLESWORTH, Addreafl. 11, Bt. Edmund’a-terrace. Rfgeot’g Park.
1 October 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
KELLY’S THEATRE

KELLY’S THEATRE

PARADISE STREET (just off Church Street). Still the Popular House of the City, run (like the Shakespeare) on West End lines. This Week—“ THE COASTGUARD’S DAUGHTER.” Next Week—“THE BAD GIRL OF THE FAMILY.” To be followed by Mr. Graham Moffat’s “A SCRAPE O’ THE PEN,” which scored
1 October 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A HERITAGE OF HATE.

A HERITAGE OF HATE.

CIURLKS : . fn>m this culvorAtu i Aiuhor * famoiw Novel title AUrill'U MllKLfcY. I’uwluction b, I'JU. JI NCIION TIIKATKK MANCIIKSTER. I’or few rerr.ain np Spring addrcM tJEO. K. t AItLKTON. 42. MiareteJ'Htrcet, I'arW, S.E. HILL - MITCHEI.SON S COS. • New Production!* : “Till* Ht
1 October 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TOURING COMPANIES.

TOURING COMPANIES.

n’OYLY / ARTE w (OVI'VSV Oct *>. KINGS ID EAT It K. HAMMERSMITH All appiicalions for prrmtrri for Auuitrur Per formancrs the Optra* % ir v Gilbert and Sir Arthur Sullivan rhould made direct to O>l> l .irtc Optra ( Savoy Huttl, London. M l TMI MOO v S OPERA COMPANY. I.TH E-undrd
1 October 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
This week. BOROUGH THEATRE. STRATFORD.

This week. BOROUGH THEATRE. STRATFORD.

LAWRENCE BROUGH’S All Canadian Tour. HIS MAJESTY’S. MONTREAL. Direction. E. OSWALD BROOKS' AGENCY. 442, Birk’a Building. Montreal, Canada. By arrangement with Sir George Alexander.
1 October 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE NEW PRODUCTION,

THE NEW PRODUCTION,

"A PALLBN IDOL." A Piay which will create a Sensation. A Beautiful Production. Vacant Nor. 10, 17. 24. Adder**, 7. Bearatreet. Leiceateraquare, London. W. "LITTLE MISS RAGTIME.” "LITTLE MISS RAGTIME." "LITTLE MISS RAGTIME." Enormous success. Enormous euccess. company and product
1 October 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NORWICH

NORWICH

THEATRE ROYAL.-Sole M . Mr. Prod Morgan —This week (once nightly) : Mr. J. A. E. Malone presents (by arrangement with Charles Frohman) Peter Pan.” The company includes Marjorie Manner*. Henry Grand Rita Tomkins. Alice Hatton. F. D. Henze. Andrew*. Edgar Pleon. Jenny Wren. Joan C
1 October 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.

rw« Etuwer iaqmirieE port. la ai] Irtiors the namea ioqciren mart bo ffirao as coanatM of rood faith. laitiate psmdocynia will tb© aaaweTa ao dam red 1 C. f.—Tht approximate teatitig capaxi’.y of the Lyceum Theatre m about 000 D. knotc nothing of Manchester, and are therefore qu
1 October 1913 - The Era - London, London, England