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Hippodrome, Tonypandy.

Theatre Royal, Tonypandy.

Empire, Tonypandy.

Palace Porth.

Tivoli Pent re.

Opera House, Treherbert.

Cardiff Empire.


Cardiff Empire. The programme at the Cardiff Empire next week will, indeed, be a treat for admirers of musical comedy, for dainty Miss Ellaline T'erriss is to appear in a pretty little musical sketch, The Pink of Perfection," in which Mr. Stanley Brett and Miss Maie Ash will also ap- pear. It is unnecessary to dilate on the charms of Miss Ellaline Terris, suffice it to say that this talented actress will be seen to the best advantage in a piece which gives her ample scope for displaying her inimitable qualities. For some weeks Miss ELLALINE TERRISS. I past Miss Terriss has been playin I to crowded houses, twice daily, at the Lon- don Coliseum, where her bewitching manner and delightful vocalisation has set all London agog with excitement. Mr. Stanley Brett, who, as is well known, is the brother and counter part of Mr. Seymour Hicks, and Miss Maie Ash is one of our daintiest and most successful musical comedy actresses. At the bottom of the bill is Ernest Shand, the favourite comedian, who will be heard in his latest songs and patter. Humpsti-Bumsti are also due, and no doubt Pipifax and Panlo will repeat the great success which they achieved at the London Hippodrome, by reason of their combination of skill and eccentricity, the drollery, the dexterity and the extreme finish of their performance. Herbert Shelley, in the great Irish protean play, Dan, the Outlaw Takio, Japanese mimic; the Smythsons, in comedv sketch, The Lie Alarm"; Wood, Wells and Wilkins, in vocal sketch, The Piano Tuner and Kathleen Gray are also due in addition to Miss Ellaline Terriss.

I Pavilion Rink, Tonypandy.

Olympia Rink, Pentre.

Right Hon. D Lloyd George.

Boy Scouts.