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SHAKESPEARE IN THE CROMWELL ROAD: A Personal View of the "National Theatre"

SHAKESPEARE IN THE CROMWELL ROAD: A Personal View of the "National Theatre"

Shakespeare in the Cromwell Road A Personal View of the National Theatre With Shake- speare's birthday com ing round again, the ques tion has been recurring per sistently to me --what would he think of that open space in South Kensing ton now chal lenging the western world just b
16 April 1938 - The Sphere - London, London, England
 
LONDON'S NEW OBSERVATORY COMPLETED AT MILL HILL

LONDON'S NEW OBSERVATORY COMPLETED AT MILL HILL

. A MATTER OF PRECISION: The great counterweights seen in the foreground are employed in balancing the large-scale, double refractor telescope installed in the new University of London Observatory just completed at Mill Hill. By means of these weights minute adjustments can be ma
16 April 1938 - The Sphere - London, London, England
 
DRAMA

DRAMA

drama Can One Have Too Much Humour in the Theatre Some Reflections on Seeing r Ghost For Sale "The Drum," a first-rate British Film By PHILIP PAGE CAN one have too much humour in the theatre? Since the answer "No" would inevitably come in Handelian chorus-- tenors, basses, sopran
16 April 1938 - The Sphere - London, London, England
 
A RUDDER-LESS FERRY-BOAT FOR THE SOLENT AND A "WATER BUS" TO PLY ON THE THAMES

A RUDDER-LESS FERRY-BOAT FOR THE SOLENT AND A "WATER BUS" TO PLY ON THE THAMES

A RUDDER-LESS FERRY-BOAT FOR THE SOLENT AND A WATER BUS" TO PLY ON THE THAMES LAUNCH OF TriE CRAb SHIP: The Southern Railway Company's new ferry-boat, Lymington, taking the water at Dumbarton. The vessel, which is to ply between Lymington, Hants, and Yarmouth, Isle of Wight, has
16 April 1938 - The Sphere - London, London, England
 
MAINLY PATRICIAN . . .: Belgium's and Bulgaria's Princesses: Prince Edward of Kent Returns to Belgrave Square: Norway's Heir Presumptive, a Great-Grandson of King Edward VII

MAINLY PATRICIAN . . .: Belgium's and Bulgaria's Princesses: Prince Edward of Kent Returns to Belgrave Square: Norway's Heir Presumptive, a Great-Grandson of King Edward VII

Mainly Patrician Belgium s and Bulgaria s Princesses Prince Edward of Kent Returns to Belgrave Square No, -way s Heir Presumptive, a Great-Grandson of King Edward VII iseTmam- m iimi i i i BACK FROM THE COUNTRY: The Duke of Kent pictured with his son, Prince Edward, now two-and-a
16 April 1938 - The Sphere - London, London, England
 

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THE IDEAL HOME EXHIBITION: Opens its Doors for the Twenty-second Time at Olympia

THE IDEAL HOME EXHIBITION: Opens its Doors for the Twenty-second Time at Olympia

THE IDEAL HOME EXHIBITION Opens its Doors for the Twenty-second Time at Olympia "IN GRANDMA'S IDEAL HOME": This dining-noom setting, with its characteristic patterned wall paper, its brave array of family portraits, and unmistakably Victorian furnishings, is one of the retrospect
16 April 1938 - The Sphere - London, London, England
 
PLAYER'S NUMBER 3

PLAYER'S NUMBER 3

PLAYERS W NUMBER S PLAYERS W NUMBER 4 znmEEBSl No. 62 RODNEY STREET, LIVERPOOL-This plain, severe old house is where William Ewart Gladstone was born, in 1809. In a world far from that of the grim Mr. Gladstone the pleasant, fragrant world of fine tobacc there is another notable
16 April 1938 - The Sphere - London, London, England
 
THE SPHERE REGISTER OF BRITISH HOTELS

THE SPHERE REGISTER OF BRITISH HOTELS

The majority of these hotels are personally known io our Hotel Corres pondent, Mr. Ashley Courtenay, who will be pleased to give further details regarding them to readers zcho write to him, clo The Sphere Abingdon. Crown and Thistle (Oxford. 6 miles Aldeburgh. Wentworth Hotel. T
16 April 1938 - The Sphere - London, London, England
 
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PE THSHIRE CASTLE HOTEL, GLENDEVON A lux usly appointed hotel with every modern convenience in the heart of the Perthshire High!; and under the personal supervision of the Resident Directors. Altitude 850 ft. Situated in 7i of own grounds. Gleneagles golf 15 mins., 9 hole course,
16 April 1938 - The Sphere - London, London, England
 
Douglas Stuart Ltd

Douglas Stuart Ltd

L_ L_ UMM There is only one STUART HOUSE. Like the Bank of England, it remains a monument of integrity with a world-wide fame. Its reputation depends upon the satisfaction of every client every day. When any one of more than ten thousand clients places a bet, it becomes a persona
16 April 1938 - The Sphere - London, London, England