The drama 'Lucille Love' now being shown at the Victoria Theatre, has reached the 11th and 12th episodes. Other interesting films being screened are 'Variety Boat Race Mystery,' Pathe's British Gazette, etc.
Wiffles in Love and War' and 'For Honour and Country,' are the features in current Victoria Theatre programme. Other pictures are those dealing with events of the day and a series showing North Sea trawling.
The programme at the Victoria Theatre this week includes: 'Excessive Affection,' 'Sept. Morn.', 'A Suspended Ordeal' and 'After the Honeymoon' which are all laughable. Pathe's British Gazette and 'Sport in Catalonia' are very interesting…
The historical film 'Joan of Arc' will be shown at the Victoria Theatre tonight and, for the last time, at next Wednesday's matinee, by request. Tomorrow the thrilling drama 'The Eye of a God' will be screened. And there will be a number of new 'comics' and…
Tomorrow night at the Victoria Theatre will be screened 'Max Sees Life' by Max Linder and a thrilling drama 'The Final Turn' and Pathe's interesting British Gazette.
The Victoria Theatre is showing another good all-round programme this week, including Pathe's British Gazette, a series showing the bombardment of the Turkish coast by the Russian Black Sea fleet, some beautiful panoramic views of Genoa, good comics in 'The Riot,' 'The Heart…
Tonight at the Victoria Theatre the new programme includes a thrilling drama, in three parts entitled 'Neath the Lion's Paw'; also the one part drama 'The Fisher Girl's Folly' and several interesting and comic films.
Apart from Shakespeare's play 'Othello,' the Victoria Theatre is showing war and big guns for the front pictures from Pathe's British Gazette; 'A Leaning to Leanness' and 'On His Wedding Day,' which are both comic films.
The management of Coronet Theatre has secured another top-hole film entitled 'More Trouble.' This picture was shown last night along with Pathe British Gazette, and a Keystone comedy in two parts.
Despite the bad weather, Saturday night saw a full house at the Victoria, when Mr. Charlie's clever combination of juvenile artists entertained the audience for two solid hours. Two films were also included in the programme, which are Pathe's British Gazette and Harold Lloyd comedy…
A review on the acting of Pauline Frederick in 'The Peace of Roaring River,' which being shown at the Coronet. The film also co-starred by Hardee Kirkland and Lydia Yeamans Titus. A comedy and Pathe's British Gazette are also included in the programme.
The eleventh and twelfth episodes of 'Lucille Love' on Friday, 1st October, 1915. The drama in 2 parts, 'Varsity Boat Race Mystery,' will be shown. Pathe's British gazette included. Keystone comic 'Fatal High C' is displayed.
The last episode of 'Lucille Love' on Friday, 8th October, 1915. The drama 'Court Intrigue' in 4 parts. Pathe's British gazette and Keystone comics included.
The fifth series of 'Rocambole,' the Terror of Paris, in 5 parts on Friday, 15th October, 1915. Pathe's British gazette included. A grand benefit night embracing naval, military and civil picture on Thursday, 21st October, the Red Cross Day.
Wiffles in Love and War,' in 2 parts and 2,000 feet long, on Friday, 22nd October, 1915. Pathe's British gazette included. Farewell performances of Miss May Clark on Monday, 25th October.
The thrilling drama in 3 parts, 'The False Wireless,' on Friday, 29th October, 1915. Pathe's British gazette included. Comic and interesting pictures included. Performances by Miss May Clark.
The enthralling drama in 4 parts, 'When Rome Ruled,' on Friday, 5th November, 1915. Pathe's British gazette included. A very interesting film, 'Seal Hunting.'
The thrilling coloured drama in 4 parts, 'In the Grip of a Villain.' The new war pictures 'With the Algerian Troops.' Pathe's British gazette included. 'Max's Double' Comedy in 2 parts on Friday, 12th November.
The magnificent drama in 3 parts, 'Fascination,' on Tuesday, on 23rd November, 1915. Pathe's British gazette included. 'The Tango Tangle.' The beautiful drama in 3 parts, 'The Stepmother,' on Friday, 26th November, 1915.