EMPIRE That exceptionally successful musical play Please Teacher that has just recently terminated its lengthy run at the London Hippodrome, is to be presented with the actual London production at the Empire Theatre, next week, the bright and particular star of which will be Albert Burdon, a comedian of rare resource and humorous personality.
' When William Shakespeare wrote As You Like It he gave his public what they wanted, and that the public of this day are as much attracted by his play as the public of Shakespeare's time were, is abundantly exemplified by the enthusiastic reception it is receiving at the Playhouse Theatre.
All is romantic and airy, and Mr. Charles Thomas's designs for both settings and costumes charmingly reflect those characteristics. Produced only as Mr. William Armstrong can, everything, including the incidental music, goes along with a fine swing.
PAVILION Next week the Pavilion present a crazy gang of comedians and that famous comedy team, Jewel and Warriss, whose quick-fire patter and spontaneous humour has quickly brought them to the top of the tree.
Mirth and merriment will be the keynote of this show and patrons are sure of an evening's fun and laughter. There is a strong supporting cast, which includes a bevy of Irish beauty, the O'Shea girls.
FORUM, LIME STREET The eagerly awaited film version of Rose Marie, featuring Jeanette MacDonald and Nelson Eddie, will prove an enormous attraction next week at the Forum, Lime Street,
SHAKESPEARE THEATRE Bob Howard, the brilliant pianist, heads the bill next week at the Shakespeare Theatre. Also appearing are the Carlyle Sisters in a first-class vaudeville act. Chris Charlton, the Royal illusionist, who has appeared before most of the crowned heads of Europe, has a most novel act to offer, as also has Fred Sylvester, the American entertainer-acrobat.