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SHEFFIELD BRANCH Small Exhibitors’Terms

SHEFFIELD BRANCH Small Exhibitors’Terms

Appeal For More Replies I OCAL appeals for slides to be shown on the screen, and delegates’ reports, were dealt with at the monthly meeting of the Sheffield Branch last week, when the chairman, Councillor Harold S. Gent, stressed the value of the C.E.A., and appealed for members
4 August 1938 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Nominated for Vice-

Nominated for Vice-

President Councillor Hears PORTSMOUTH branch have sent forward the nomination of their chairman, Councillor H. P. E. Mears, for the office of vice-president of the C.E.A. Councillor Mears is also the vicechairman of the Hampshire and Isle of Wight branch, and chairman of the Bou
4 August 1938 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MUSICIANS

MUSICIANS

Thirteen insertions lor 12*. en. per maximum el thirty words. One penny per waclt for oaoh additional a«o words. Including posl-lraa oopy of ■The Era," 15s. Single Insertions, is. ed. for thirty words. nAPHNE GOWER, A.R.C.M. S Leader-Vlotlnlste-Vocallst, solo, orchestral, and mo
4 August 1938 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS

MISCELLANEOUS

Derby Grand. —London Players present Trilby.” Hammersmith King's.— ** Victoria Regina (Emile Littler). Liverpool Pav. —Rudy Starita. Morton Fraser, Peter Fannan. Ascot and Stanley, Eddie Fields, Tom Davies Trio, Two Paisleys. Saxon Sisters and Nan. Peterborough Embassy (10.30).
4 August 1938 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ALLOCATION OF PROFITS

ALLOCATION OF PROFITS

The net profit for the year derived from our directly owned cihemas and music halls, including income from investments in subsidiary companies owning similar theatre properties, is £328,922, to which is added the balance of £54,494 brought forward from last year, making a total
4 August 1938 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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NAT DAY’S AGENCY (Mambtr •( tfca Aisociation, LM.) ALBION HOUSE, 69, NEW OXFORD STREET, W.C.I •Phoiu : Temple Bar 3341-2

NAT DAY’S AGENCY (Mambtr •( tfca Aisociation, LM.) ALBION HOUSE, 69, NEW OXFORD STREET, W.C.I •Phoiu : Temple Bar 3341-2

Telegrams ; Varitism t Westerns, London.” (•!• BMkilt ACMt: PALACE THEATRE, BATH, EIDNEV MOON THEATRES, SIR BENJAMIN FULLER'S ENTERPRISES, AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND
4 August 1938 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE YORKSHIRE COMEDIAN FIRST TIME IN CAPELLA BEATRICE

THE YORKSHIRE COMEDIAN FIRST TIME IN CAPELLA BEATRICE

FROM THE AMAMADCIMI HOLBORN EMPIRE THBATRK CORJORATION LTD. mSSSS?. Mim?'aOMUM °* T "“" D tract lon atOMB . .. —*«farj_ One Minute Hdbom (Klnseway) Tub# etetion A MONDAY, AUGUST 22nd, 1938 A A DauU Book your Sente by Letter, Telegram or Phone Will wiW w box officb OPEN io am. te
25 August 1938 - The Era - London, London, England
 
No “ General Appeal ”

No “ General Appeal ”

No General Appeal John C. Flinn’s Survey on uncushioned chairs in the small town theatre. Tastes in film entertainment, showmen in rural sections of the country assert, ars as varied as the environments under which the citizens extract their living. It is one of the wonders of th
25 August 1938 - The Era - London, London, England
 
GREAT FILM-AND A NEW STAR

GREAT FILM-AND A NEW STAR

PYGMALION By R. B. MARRIOTT (“Era" Film Critic) ignorant fool started the rumour that none of Shaw’s plays was filmable. The rumour grew and was nurtured and became something of a profound Truth. This ignorance, prejudice, and crass stupidity for many years kept the greatest sce
25 August 1938 - The Era - London, London, England