To accompany the first episode of 'Get-Rich-Quick Wallingford,' we have arranged a special comedy programme featuring Max Linder, Charlie Chaplin, Harold Lloyd. We are also showing the latest war film. Booking at Robinson's.
Tonight at the Victoria Theatre, the string band from the S. S. 'Colombia' will play a capital selection of music. For the first time, the theatre will screen tonight 'The Candy Girl' featuring Gladys Hulette. Come and witness the surrender of the German warships and U-boats…
Tonight programme, 'The Candy Girl,' a sweet picture featuring Gladys Hulette. Harold Lloyd in 'Going, Going, Gone.' Surrender of German Warships. Matinee: 'The Test.'
Tonight programme. 'The Candy Girl,' a sweet picture featuring Gladys Hulette. String band from S. S. 'Columbia.' A Harold Lloyd comedy. Surrender of German Warships.
Drama 'Save the Queen' in 5 parts; 'The Vanity Case' in 2 parts; war, graphic and comics.
Drama 'Save the Queen' in 5 parts; 'The Vanity Case' in 2 parts; war, graphic and comics; performance by Sonia Halana commencing Feb 21.
Performance by Halanai; a very interesting drama 'A Vow' in 4 parts; 'Duty Verus Conscience' in 2 parts; war, graphic and comics.
Fillm screening of 'Two Tiny Pickles'; 'A Picturesque Corner: France' and 'A Fair Saint' (in 2 parts); Screening of The Pathe's Gazette
Tonight at 5.15 and 9.15 p.m., British Gazette No. 615. Also 'The Code of the Yukon' and the first ‘Snub' comedy. 7.15 p.m., 'The Circus King' episodes 11 and 12.
A double set of good war pictures have been screened over the weekend at the Bijou. Other good films included 'The Captain's Misadventure,' 'Bird Life in Springtime,' one fine comic and a couple of American pictures.
The Bells of Rheims' was shown for the first time at the Victoria last night. Many other interesting films were shown, chief among them a fresh series of War pictures.
The film 'Fascination,' 'Obstacle Gun Drill,' 'The Belle and the Bracelet,' 'The Mocking Actress' have been screened for the last few nights. Tomorrow night, 'High Treason' will be screened for the first time, and with it, a fourth series of war…
The new series of war pictures was on show for the first time at the Victoria last night. Mr. Henry and Miss May will perform tomorrow night.
Two sensational pictures, 'The Hotel Thieves,' and 'The Corner House Burglary' were the main attraction at the Bijou on Saturday night. The comic film 'Animals at War' and a good representation of the 'Tchin Fou Lu' were well appreciated. On Wednesday…
Henry and May performed at the Victoria last night. The war pictures are still going strong and more are expected by the management in the immediate future.
There was a crowded house at the Victoria Theatre yesterday afternoon, when the management gave an invitation show of war pictures to the officers and men of both services.
The war films at the Bijou Theatre were shown to a good audience last night and were all appreciated. The picture dealing with the proposed and the actual re-adjusting of the map of Europe stands out among the cleverest films Pathe Freres have produced.
At the Bijou Theatre tonight, 'The Comedian King' will begin a four-nights' engagement, producing ragtime parodies, patter and impersonation. A new set of war pictures will also be screened. Next Sunday, Miss May Clarke, a popular mezzo-soprano who has had a very successful season…
Miss Irene Delmar and Mr. H. Kenyon Slade gave their opening turns at the Victoria. A new set of war pictures will be presented at the Victoria tomorrow night, together with the new dramatic film 'Fantomas.'