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Amy Webster – £150 – The Era – Wednesday 23rd May 1917

THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

The Ambassadors.

 

“£l5O” was withdrawn from the Ambassadors on Saturday. Towards the end of next month the Ambassadors stage will be taken by new operetta, entitled “Carmenetta,” adapted from the French by Walter Hackett, in which Mme. Delysia and Morton will figure. Meanwhile Morton will appear in a new sketch entitled “Hello, Morton!” at the Coliseum.

 

The Era – Wednesday 23rd May 1917

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Amy Webster – £150 – The Stage – Thursday 26th April 1917

“£150” and “Cheep!”

 

The new revue, entitled “£150,” is now announced for production at the Ambassadors’ on Monday, at 7.45. The author is Walter Hackett, the lyrics are by Douglas Furber, and the music is a trio of composers – Silesu, Emmett Adams, and Fred Sparrow. The principle, Mile. Madeleine Choiseulle, and M. Leon Morton, will be supported by Messrs. Alec S. Clunes, Rube Welch, J. M. Campbell, Murri Moncrieff, and Douglas Furber, and Misses Sheila Hayes, Vera Neville, Binnie Hale, and Daisy Burrell.

 

The Stage – Thursday 26th April 1917

 

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