AT THE PALACE, DOUGLAS. Julian Wyiic, famous at Douglas for productions at this theatre for several seasons, lias again given inhabitants and visitors something to talk about in his latest and best show, Happy People,” which is drawing big busi ness. It is a happy show, full of
The Palace Theatre, Manchester, Opening t wire-nightly season last week with Francis laidler’s new revue. A Reply to the Talkies.” which did good business, is keeping the usual high quality its attractions this week, with Macdonald and Youngs Clayton Waller musical comedy. “Dear
BLACKPOOL. BANK HEY PAVILION.—Yvette Barton. Lila Dale, Adelaide Swales. Brenda White. Billie White Billie Melroyd, Marie Shaw. Jose Bell. Mabie McLaren. CENTRAL BEACH PAVILION. —Reg Ewen. E. Atha. Stanley Weightman, Harold Harris. Norman Warwick. Denham Charles. Leslie Atkins.
The loveliness and charm of Miss Joan Clarkson has won her a leading part in the most successful show in town. Her talent, her magnetic personality, are gifts of the Gods but she frankly gives to Pond’s some of the credit for the delicate texture and clear, fresh colouring of he
I changed fche subject and asked: “Do you think the more ambitious class of musical play is coming back ?” Undoubtedly it is- Bitter- Sweet was really the turning point, and now I hope we shaJl get many similar pieces with good stones ant music to match them. I have hoard Chat t