The Merchant of Venice, 25 February-9 March 1918, Image 2 of 7
Winter overcoats. Chas. Baker & Co. hold the largest stock in London, and being actual manufacturers are supplying the best obtainable. The Hurlingham is the most popular style for general wear and is stocked in Chevoits, Fleeces and Elysians. &c. An extensive range of sizes for stout, medium and slim figures ready for wear. The House with a Forty Years' Reputation. Chas. Baker & Co.'s Stores, Ltd. Head Depot and Letter Order Dept. 271 to 274 High Holborn, W.C.1. 41 and 43 Ludgate Hill, E.C.4 137 to 140 Tottenham Court Rd., W.1, 256 Edgware Road, W.2, 27 to 33 King St., Hammersmith, W.6, 7 to 9 Seven Sisters Road, N.7. Croydon Branch: Whitgift House, North End. The Hurlingham. The London Coliseum licenced by the Lord Chamberlain in Mr. Oswald Stoll, Chairman and Managing Director, The Coliseum Syndicate, Ltd., Coliseum Buildings, W.C. Managing Director – Oswald Stoll, Manager – Arthur Croxton, Stage Manager – Henry Crockes, Musical Director – Alfred Dove, Assistant Manager – H. Pryme. Prices of Admission and Box Office Information. The Royal Box (to hold 14) with use of retiring rooms, Six Guineas – Tax One Guinea, The Royal Box (to hold 14) without use of retiring rooms, Five Guineas – Tax 14s. The Royal Box divided into two (to hold 4), Two Guineas each section – Tax 6s. Extra seats, 5s. – Tax 9d. Private Boxes, One Guinea – Tax 4s. (Four Persons). Extra Seats, 5s.-Tax 9d.; and 15s. – Tax 3s. 10s. 6d. – Tax 2s. (Four Persons). Extra Seats, 4s. – Tax 9d.; and 3s. – Tax 6d. Fauteuils, 5s. – Tax 9d. A few Special, 7s. 6d. – Tax 1s. Balcony Stalls, 4s. – Tax 9d. Orchestra Stalls, 2s. 6d. – Tax 6d. If Reserved in Advance, 3s. – Tax 6d. Grand Tier Stalls, 2s. 6d. – Tax 6d. If Reserved in Advance, 3s. – Tax 6d. Royal Circle, 2s. – Tax 4d. If Reserved in Advance, 2s. 6d.-Tax 6d. Stalls, 2s. – Tax 4d. Bookable only in Advance. Grand Tier. 1s. – Tax 3d. If Reserved in Advance, 1s. 6d. Tax 4d. Balcony, 6d. – Tax 2d. Early Doors, 3d. extra – Tax 3d. Early Doors, Saturdays and Holidays, 1s. – Tax 3d. A few Reservable, 1s. 6d. – Tax 4d. Children in Arms not Admitted. Sole Representatives for Advertisements in this Programme. A. E. Tanner & Co. Advertising Agents and Publishers, 93/94, Chancery Lane, London, W.C. To whom all enquiries should be addressed. ‘Phone': Central 205. Programme Week commencing Monday, March 4th. The Management reserves 1. themselves the right of making any unavoidable alterations in the constitution of the Programme. 1 – Overture "Ragtime Violin" – Two Step – Irving Berlin. 2 – Two Cures – Entertainers. Chocolates obtainable from the Attendants and in the tea rooms and Bars. Coliseum Box office Information. Children under twelve Half-price to Fauteuils, Balcony Stalls, Orchestra Stalls, Grand Tier Stalls, and Royal Circle at Afternoon Performance. All Seats (except Balcony) can be booked until 1.55 p.m. and 7.25 p.m. ‘Phone 7541 Gerrard (Four Lines). Box Office open daily from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Please Post Remittance with Letter. Seats booked by Telephone will not be kept after 2 p.m. or 7. 30 p.m. unless previously paid for. Every afternoon at 2.30. Every evening at 8. Early doors open 1.30 and 7 p.m. daily. Ordinary doors open 2 and 7.30 p.m. daily. The Right of Refusing Admission Reserved. Change of Programme Weekly. Piano used on Stage by Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, Ltd. Architects, Messrs. Frank Matcham & Co. Lost Property found by Staff of this Theatre is handed to the Manager, to whom all applications for same should be made.
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