The Alexandra Cinematograph is advertised in our columns. It is to be located at No. 2, Zetland Street, the most central part of the city and opens on the 21st inst., with a series Pathe's films which have never been exhibited in Hongkong. As the proprietors are to be in constant receipt of…
The new Alexandra Cinematograph was opened in the premises, No. 2 Zetland Street last evening. The entertainment is strictly confined to exhibitions of the latest films, and those shown last evening included some excellent pictures.
Crowded houses are witnessing the performance nightly at this new place of entertainment. The pictures are quite new and are masterpieces of photographic art. A comfortable seat and interesting pictures are just the two things required.
The Alexandra Cinematograph, No. 2 Zetland Street, showed many beautiful films of varied subjects like pictures of comedy, travel and educational advantage. The machine is a particularly good one, and the entertainment well repays a visit.
Good houses are attending nightly at the Alexandra Cinematograph, 2 Zetland Street, and this is not to be wondered at considering the excellent programme of pictures, which are all new and are subject to change twice a week. Naval life in China is one of the features of the programme commencing…
The Alexandra Cinematograph at No.2 Zetland street, is showing a fine variety of films, which are both long and beautifully coloured, and have not been seen in any other cinematograph in the Colony. Tonight's programme, includes a sketch, 'Samson and Delilah,' 'A trip on the…
The Alexandra Cinematograph is showing some good films this week.
The Alexandra Cinematograph invited a number of teachers to attend and view an exhibition of pictures of the 'Passion Play.' The films were beautifully coloured and much admired. The pictures will, later, be shown at a matinee for children.
The Alexandra Cinematograph had an excellent audience yesterday afternoon when the Passion Pictures were shown. The pictures will be repeated again on Saturday.
Miss Rosa Barnes has been engaged by the Alexandra Cinematograph to sing songs appropriate to the pictures thrown on the screen. This is a departure we have not yet had in Hongkong, though it is a feature of cinematograph shows in other parts of the world.
Miss Rosa Barnes gave a song with piano accompaniment, a whistling solo, a recitation and comic songs last evening at the Alexandra Cinematograph.
The Rosa Barnes opening at the Alexandra on Wednesday evening furnished an interesting illustration of the profitable field offered by Hongkong for the exploitation of clean and dignified high-class entertainment. There are detailed descriptions of the programme.
The management of the Alexandra Cinematograph gave free a fine show for the large throng of children at 6 p.m. This Cinematograph is now giving two shows nightly, which are well attended. Performances by Professor Vincent and Miss Rosa Barnes. The Victoria's popularity is still high, and…
Tonight the Alexandra Cinematograph is showing films of the Olympic Sports in London last year, which should appeal to the sporting fraternity in the colony.
A matinee for children will be given today at Alexandra Cinematograph at 4 p.m. when the Passion Play will again be presented on the screen. A film illustrating the Olympic Games, held in London last year, will also be exhibited.
Owing to Good Friday, the Alexandra Cinematograph presented the films of the 'Passion Play' to a crowded house. There were no artistes at present at the show. The Chinese branch of the Y.M.C.A. rented the hall in Zetland Street to show the film on Sunday afternoon.
On Saturday, Miss Rosa Barnes signalised her departure by giving a sand dance and coon song in company with her popular partner Jack Squire, who seems to be as quick with his feet as his Australian namesake is with his hands. Miss Ruby Ray also performed. The films are constantly changed and are…
The pictures at the Alexandra Cinematograph, including those of the Russian cavalry and the Cossacks, are varied and of much interest. Performances by Miss Ruby Ray, Eugene Mack and Helene Thorne.
Besides the films, which are varied and interesting, some good variety turns are given in Alexandra Cinematograph. Performances by Miss Ruby Ray and Helen Thorne.
Miss Thorne sang that night with orchestra, under Mr. Coke and Mr. Gonzales, at the hall of the Alexandra Cinematograph on Empire Day to please a number of North Country patrons. The pictures shown are very pleasing.