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Mr. Lloyd George.

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Llandrindod Wells Grand Pavilion


Llandrindod Wells Grand Pavilion VISIT OF ARTHUR ROBERTS. The Grand Pavilion announces for this week an important and special engagement of the world- renowned comedian, Mr Arthur Roberts, supported by his London company in two one-act plays, a farcical playlet, entitled "The importance of be- ing another man's wife," interspersed with a high-class vaudeville entertainment, and conclud- ing with the convulsive screamer, "Till Sunday- or the girl who took the wrong (towing) path." This is the first apearance of Mr Arthur Rob- erts at Llandrindod Wells, and there is no doubt that crowded houses will be accorded him. This great comedian was a particular favourite of the late King Edward, and appeared before his Ma- jesty more times than any other actor. He was known as the man who made the King roar with laughter, and, among his possessions, none is prized more than a beautiful scarf pin given to him by King Edward, which he nearly always wears. His engagement therefore reflects greatly the enterprise shown by the Grand Pavilion man- agement, and will rightly be one of the events of the season. It is therefore important that seats should be reserved early to prevent disappoint- ment. The Irish Ladies' Orchestra continue to provide delightful music in the Recretaion Ground and Grand Pavilion. The Sunday concerts are well supported by visitors and residents.


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