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An Extraordinary Number.

An Extraordinary Number.

Tho last number in the Keith Prow?e batch is certainly the most extraordinary. It is called Louder and Funnier.” and is composed by Joe Sanders. It is only published for jazz combination, and tho arrangement Carleton L. Colby. It is best described novelty fox-trot, and opens wit
4 June 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MR. CHARLES FANCOURT, Manager hr MR. CECIL BARTH, writes 20J5J30 ; ••As always, perfectly satisfactory/ LnWI THEATRICAL CLEANERS. • JOHN

MR. CHARLES FANCOURT, Manager hr MR. CECIL BARTH, writes 20J5J30 ; ••As always, perfectly satisfactory/ LnWI THEATRICAL CLEANERS. • JOHN

BERRIC Irr JOHN BELL. Manager, Theatrical Dept CERRARD 9580 (Two Lines). - - ~ LONDON. W. C.2. 29, CHARING CROSS ROAD,
4 June 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PIBNA MUSIC CO.

PIBNA MUSIC CO.

SALE SURPLUS STOCK. Entr’actes, etc., 3d.; overtures and selections, 6d.; suites and symphonic nos., 1/-. Trefoilo House, Manette-st., Charing Cross-road. W.C.
26 November 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MINEHEAD URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL.

MINEHEAD URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL.

BAND The council invite ten- DERS for High-class Band perform on the Esplanade. Minehead, for period of 10 weeks from 13th July, 1931. The BAND to consist of at least 8 efficient performers and to give performances in the mornings and evenings week days, and afternoons and eveni
26 November 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
** Petticoat Influence ” Transferred.

** Petticoat Influence ” Transferred.

** Petticoat Influence Transferred. 'Jlit* two hundredth performamv of Neil comedy, Influence.” roa<'hed Monday the New Tin-utro, which will the play’s new home for the next four w«*ek.s, when it returns to St. Mar itin's. Kvery one seemed have eettled down in their teiiiporfliry
26 November 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Audrey Knight,

Audrey Knight,

Following her recent success at the Metropolitan, Audrey Knight has re ooived further dates on the Syndicate tour, and is this week appearing at the East Ham Palace, with Walthamstow to follow. On December Bth she will Ixack Manchester after in terval of seven weeks, and will se
26 November 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LEONORE CORTEZ. ig more Hall Monday afteri Miss Leonore Cortez presented of piano music that judiciously representative of clasromantic and

LEONORE CORTEZ. ig more Hall Monday afteri Miss Leonore Cortez presented of piano music that judiciously representative of clasromantic and

modern comps. She has a very competent and" a pleasant touch that igh could bo powerful, never •nerated into more hard hitting chief weakness is the subjection rhythm to continual emotional lution. This somewhat flawed ■lfeet of otherwise excellent rfnance of Mendelssohn's arin.
26 November 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Edith Evans.

Edith Evans.

Miss Edith Evans has returned to town after a holiday in Italy. She has had one or two tempting offers, but will not return management for some time. Folly To Be Wise.'’ In addition to those Vi' ian Ellis, there w ill be numbers in Folly To Re Wise” (the Holbert-Murray revue, du
26 November 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
“MARRY THE GIRL”

“MARRY THE GIRL”

26 November 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
“ sfURM IM WASSERGLAS.”

“ sfURM IM WASSERGLAS.”

sfURM IM WASSERGLAS.” COSMOPOLITAN THEATRE PRODUCTION. A comedy in three •eto by Brmw Frank, presented in the original Gorman J. T. Grein, at the Arts Theatre Sunday, November 23rd. Viktoria Thoss Hohenber* Hetty Jowl Clement Scott Burdach Guy Pelhsm-Boulton Frau Vogl AH* Orelu L
26 November 1930 - The Era - London, London, England