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Original Dixieland Jazz Band, London Palladium. 1919 003

Original Dixieland Jazz Band, London Palladium. 1919 003

Pages 2 and 3 of a programme for a performance by the Original Dixieland Jazz Band at the London Palladium in 1919. The weekly programme of events is listed on both pages, surrounded by adverts.

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Catalogue Reference Number NJA/PRO/1
Creator
Date Made 1919
Item Format Programme
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Event Date April 1919

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HOOPER
STRUVE’S
MINERAL
WATERS.
LONDON-BRIGrHTON
SUPPLIED AT ALL THE BARS.
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PROGRAMME—Continued
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1 OVERTURE.
2. STAN KAVANAGH & COMPANY presenting
“THE SPORTS SHOP.’’
3. CISSIE LUP.NO, speciality dancer.
4 WHIT CUNLIFFE, the harmonious study in brown.
BOYLE’S
FASHIONABLE
COURT
AND
COUNTRY
GUIDE
PUBLISHED JANUARY & MAY
Containing Street & Alphabetical Arrangements of the Names and Places of Abode, IN TOWN AND COUNTRY
OF THB
NOBILITY AND GENTRY.
With Family Names of the Nobility; Houses oI Peers aad Commons; the Foreign Ministers, Bankers. Army and Nary Agents, Government «. Public Societies and Institutions, Club Houses, Inns of Court, lie.
Officer
Published at 10, GOUGH SQ., FLEET ST., E.C. and 48, SOUTH AUOLEY STREET, W
MOLINARI’S
(SPORTSMAN)
Restaurants,
5, Soho Street, 23, Frith Strict, 34, Old Compton Street.
It’s a short way to Molinari’s,
It's a short way to go.
We should all meet at Molinari’s,
It’s the best Restaurant we know. Close to Piccadilly,
Near to Soho Square,
We should all go, go, to Molinari’s To enjoy our dinner there.
LUNCH 2- - DINNER 2/3
and a la carte.
Banqueting Rooms for Parties up to 100.
OPEN ALL DAY ON SUNDAY
RESERVED
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5. MARIE BLANCHE.
Direct from Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, assisted by LILLIE MYLES, in the following Songs: —
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(1) “ The World’s All Right Keep Smiling ” S. II. Lindon if- H. .
Published by Keith Provrse, 42, Poland Street, W.
(2) “I’m Demobilised.” (3) “ A Mist Around the Moon.”
Douglas Furber and Emmett Adams. Published by Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, Mortimer Street, W.
Dresses by Reville & Rossiter, Hanover Square, W.
The PALLADIUM Prospective Arrangements.
NEXT WEEK, MONDAY, APRIL 28.
WILKIE BARD. ERNIE LOTINGA & Co. •
BRANSBY WILLIAMS. PERCY HONRI.
MARIE BLANCHE. NORA DELANY
LILIAN BYRNE. FRANCINI & ELSIE OLLOMS.
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