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"OTIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. Direction Fullers' Vaudeville, Ltd. TO-NIGHT ! At 8. TO-NIGHT ! Brilliant Holiday Programme. Refined FULLERS' Vaudeville Specialty FULLERS' Company. The Show that Lives Up to ite Billing! TO-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT!. Special Engagement—First Appearance of PERONA! Italian Musical PERONA! PERONA! Specialist with PERONA! his Piano, Accordion, and Electric Bolls. CARLTON MAX! The Greatest of AH CARLTON MAX! Ventriloquists. The Last Word in M. NECHELSON! Clever Magic. M NECHELSON! Reappearance of TED STAGPOOLE, The Indinrubber Comedian. Everything New. Completo Change by MILNER and STOREY ! London's MILNER and STOREY ! Favourite. Comedians and Society Entertainers. [ SYDNEY JONES. AGNES RAWES, SHARRATT AND LANG. \ Prices —2s and Is. No half-prica Tonight. IMPORTANT NOTICE! BOX PLAN AT THEATRE TO-DAY. Seata may be Booked at Hie Majesty's Theatre To-day from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. MACMAHON'S THEATRE. ACMAHON'S THEATRE. GREAT HOLIDAY CHANGE. SHOWING SNOW. . SHOWING NOW. "THE DEAD MAN'S KEYS," A Magnificent Thanhoueer Mystery Drama. "THE BLACK BOX !" Episode 11, being "THE AVENGING DESERT." "WHAT DID HE WHISPER?" ■ An Excruciatingly Funny Comedio Novelty "CROSSED WIRES," Another of the Hazards of HcieH. TOPICAL BUDGET. Prices—6d and 3d by day, 6d at night, Children under 12, 3d. Continuous from 11 a.m. to 10.30 p.m. EVERYBODY'S. VERYBODY'S. TO-DAY AND TO-NIGHT. A BIG STARRING FEATURE. A Photo-play that' Stands Alone. [ The London Film Cb.'s Masterpiece. 5000 ft. In Five Reels. "5000 ft. A SUPERIOR. DRAMATIC PLAY. Adapted from the Famous Novel of H. A. Vaehell, the best-selling book of the season. "JELFS!" "JELFS !" "JELFS!" A story of a breezy young Canadian, who tried the methods of the Plains in conventional-bound London, and / made good in financial and social circles! "JELFS!" |" "JELFS!" Is a play that you will like. Its freshness and quickness of action rouses your admiration. "JELKS I" "JELFS!" Has a. romantic tendency, and the courtship of Lady Fenelia by Jelf is a charming piece of acting. "JELFS '." As played by Henry Ainley, Gerald Armes, Charles Reck, and the other Loridon ffilm players, is a production that is. superior to "Tho. Middleman" and other star photo-plnys. In addition, . , GAUMONT GRAPHIC (Topical). 'Prices —Day Sessions, Stalls 3d, D.C. 6d. Night Sessions,. 6d everywhere. ' SHORTT'S ■ THEATRE, HORTT'S THEATRE, TO-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT 1 THE BOOM OF THE CENTURY. BETTER THAN EVER. Metro Masterpiece, "THE HIGH ROAD!" "THE HIGH ROAD !", "THE HIGH ROAD!" "THE HIGH ROAD!" Featuring That Renowned and Beautiful Actress, VALLI VALLI. VALLI VALLI. VALLI VALLI. VALLI VALLI. 'Do not fail to seethis bewitching Star, whose name is famous throughout the world. mHE CROWN THEATRE. MOLESWORTH-STREET, Thorndon. GRAND OFFICIAL OPENING, GRAND OFFICIAL OPENING, SATURDAY NIGHT, 29th APRIL, 1916. SATURDAY NIGHT, 29th APRIL, 1916. Under the esteemed patronage of the Hon. A. L. Herdman and His Worship the Mayor (Mr. J. P. Luke). The FIRST GREAT "RED FEATHER" PRODUCTION j For the GRAND OPENING PROGRAMME Will bo "MRS PLUM'S PUDDING!" A Truly Delightful Comedy in Four Acts. A Photo-play that is New and Different, • ' ■ • with MARIE TEMPEST. - The Acknowledged Queen of Comedy, in the Leading Role Marie Tempest's acting is at all timea the quintessence of naturalness. The character she portrays 13 a, living one, and at 110 time does she make one think she is only acting This entrancing picture-comedy will bo supported by a. powerful John Bull drama, "CAPTAIN NIGHTHAWK!" , / Also, THE LATEST ECLAIR JOURNAL, And a Soreaming Keystone Comedy, "FATTY'S RECKLESS FLING!" Doprs open 7.15 p.m.' Overture 8 p.m. | Carriages 10.30 p.m. • Popular Prices. ( Box Plan opens at The Bristol Piano Co. on Wednesday Next. Booking fee 6d. mOWN HALL. TOWN HALL. (Under the Distinguished Patronage of their Excellencies tho Earl and Countess of Liverpool). WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, AND FRIDAY, 3rd, 4th, and sth MAY. SHAKESPEARE TERCENTENARY FESTIVAL, In aid of the Red Cross Fund. Pageantry of Shakespearean Heroines and their Attendants, 'Arranged by Mrs. J A. Hannah. Scenes, Dialogues, a-nd Character Skotchos in Costumes truo to tho period, by loading exponents of Shakespeare. Shakespearean Music by. Full Orchestra,, under Mr. Robert Parkor. PRICES—In (Reserved), 2s 6d. and, Is. Early Doors la eeat-3, Is extra, Children, 2s and Is.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Evening Post, Volume XCI, Issue 96, 24 April 1916

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Evening Post, Volume XCI, Issue 96, 24 April 1916

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