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George Mozart

George Mozart

i am glad to hear that is due back in town again shortly. What a welcome he will get from London audiences! » Three Creighton Boys and Beryl Evetts This tine turn is doing great at the Kilburn Grange this week—but then, whenever 1 see them, they do the same. The combination of
18 May 1932 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA VARIETY REGISTER bt CINEMA MANAGERS

THE ERA VARIETY REGISTER bt CINEMA MANAGERS

THE ERA VARIETY REGISTER CINEMA MANAGERS A REGISTER OF VARIETY ACTS PARTICULARLY SUITED FORCTfIaiAS, OF CHARGE, FOR THE GUIDANCE OF CINEMA BE ADDRESSED DIRECT TO ARTISTE, AGENT, OR C/o “THE ERA, 11, SOHO SQUARE, W.l.
18 May 1932 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HARRY GUNN

HARRY GUNN

“SEASIDE SILHOUETTES." CONSISTENTLY SUCCESSFUL. AGENT. JACK HENSCHEL.
18 May 1932 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA Houday Time At The Halls SUBURBS GO NON-STOP

THE ERA Houday Time At The Halls SUBURBS GO NON-STOP

-T-m are capital bills at the variety halls, both In the West End and [T ' nhurbs Oracle Fields returns the Palladium, and Hetty King to ,ie Victoria Palace. The London Pavilion’s big programme drew enornious crowds, and in the suburbs non-stop variety at Chiswick proved huge su
18 May 1932 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SPA THEATRE. BRIDLINGTON.

SPA THEATRE. BRIDLINGTON.

\I7ANTED from June 30, eleven weeks, Cello-Alto Sax. Fully experienced Variety and Cabaret for Stage Band. Once nightly. Only first-class man, young, with personality and appearnce need apply. Send photo and lowest terms to Chris. Ambrose, Theatre Royal. Torquay. Mark envelopes
18 May 1932 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MUSICAL PI

MUSICAL PI

NOYV IS THE TIME TO CONSULT US YOTTR. NEW BAND. ALDIIIUWo CAN BE ARRANGED AT OCR RJjHjEARSAL ROOMS ANY DAY AND TIME 10 SUIT YOUR OWN (ONVEMENCE. BEARING IN MIND THAT YOU ARE UNDER NO OBLIGATION WHAIEVER. THE CINEMA BUREAU (The Trade’s oldest establishment), 18. CECIL COURT. CHAR
18 May 1932 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FUNDS

FUNDS

Royal general theatrical FUND ANNUITIES. Every young Actor and Actress should provide for Old Age or Incapacitation. Splendid opportunities! Great advantages! Apply E. n. Bull. 12 and 13. Henrietta-street, Coveat Garden. W.C.2.
18 May 1932 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LARGEST ORGANISATION OF ITS KIND IN THE COUNTRY WITH ITS OWN RECORDING PRODUCTION PHOTOGRAPHIC PRINTING DEPARTMENTS DEVOTED ENTIRELY TO

THE LARGEST ORGANISATION OF ITS KIND IN THE COUNTRY WITH ITS OWN RECORDING PRODUCTION PHOTOGRAPHIC PRINTING DEPARTMENTS DEVOTED ENTIRELY TO

THE PRODUCTION OF TRAILERS WINADS BUILDING IS A FIVE STOREY ESTABLISH WENT SITUATE IN THE HEART OF WARDOUR STREET WITH EVERY FLOOR. EVERY INCH SPACE GIVEN OVER TO THIS WORK. IT IS * VERITABLE HIVE OF INDUSTRY BEING SPECIALISTS WE NATURALLY CAN PRODUCE A BETTER JOB. IF YOU ARE WA
18 May 1932 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Narrow Escapes

Narrow Escapes

EUZAUKTH AI.I.AN, the popular English film star, and iier equally popular husband, " Bill O’Bryen, marvellous esiaipe from death or serious injury, when motoring back from Skegness London, last Sunday evening. Mr, O'liryen swerved to avoid absent-minded dog, which swervwl to avo
17 August 1932 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BERINOFF 15 CHARIOT Q g I THE POPULAR CHARACTER COMEDIAN j MEUMN

BERINOFF 15 CHARIOT Q g I THE POPULAR CHARACTER COMEDIAN j MEUMN

BERINOFF CHARIOT Q I THE POPULAR CHARACTER COMEDIAN j MEUMN HOLBORN GENERAL THEATRE IP* Direction: CORPORATION, LTD. GEORGE BLACK Joint Manarinr Diredors: C. M. WOOLF um) ■ ■ ■ ™ ™ BOmE*ADAMS MARK OSTRER August 15th. Twice Nightly at 6.30 & 9. ’Phone: Holbom 5367. It ACTS-8 HEADL
17 August 1932 - The Era - London, London, England