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ACCRINGTON.-CRAWSHAW'S PUBLIC HALL. AL.This New Halt, central~ly and, most advantageorlsly Situated, two minutes' walk from Railway Station, ill the Pl'illciltal ThCroll.ghf~irc of thle Town, is ready for Concerts, Entertainmetouts, AC. Stdie,% t lDressing-roono1s, &C. Will seat
January 10, 1875 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Cl RSA L PAAE.- Caedar for N'ceuk vildil ci aylch SATD't\.~ V ic It-rstla act Err-tugFelltle. Shakes~peare's TwefthN jbt " dcucs . Scts ccst tr Guards scud First Life clurdo (rea 1-reorkDisla byMesrsC. ?? brock and Co. (see TUESAY.May11t-Opea, Maitaa,"Mr G. P'erron, Mr F. HI. WED
May 9, 1875 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HER MAJESTY'S OPERA.

HER MAJESTY'S OPERA.

With May flowers we have May meetings-with May meet- ings May operas-and for May operas some of the brightest flowers in the land of song pat forth their attractions, anti amongst them Madame Christine Nilsson deservedly holds a formost place. Her first appearance at Her Majesty
May 9, 1875 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ALEXANDRA PALACE THEATRE.

ALEXANDRA PALACE THEATRE.

The visitors to the new Alexaudra Palace were much too busy with other matters o05 the opening day to attend to the Theatre, which, in fact, was not even ready for a theatrical representation, but Oi Monday a ~light, attractive, and thoroughly suitable entertainment was provided
May 9, 1875 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HORSE SHOW AT THE ALEXANDRA PARK.

HORSE SHOW AT THE ALEXANDRA PARK.

TT - - I- Hiorse shows have now become recognised "institutions," and so far as the Metropolis is concerned we know of no place more suitable for an exhibition of the kind than the beautiful grounds at Musewell-hlill And this we say in the interests of both exhibitors and thle m
July 12, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HER MAJESTY'S OPERA.

HER MAJESTY'S OPERA.

We briefly referred in our Town Edition to the success that attended the revival of 1I Flauto Magico, produced at the above establishment on Saturday last, after an interval of six years. Taken altogether, we may pronounce the performance to be one of the most memorable ever giv
July 12, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MR. SIMS REEVES IN "GUY MANNERING."

MR. SIMS REEVES IN "GUY MANNERING."

On Tuesday a performance of a most attractive character was given at the Crystal Palace. Nothing less than the re-appear- ance of Mr Sims Reeves in ballad opera. The croakers, who imagined that, because Mr Sims Reeves has for a long time suffered from ill health, his voice had a
July 12, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MISS AMY ROSELLE

MISS AMY ROSELLE

AS " LADY ALICE," VAUDEVILLE ,THEATRE. Tue excellent comedy acting of Aliss Amy koselle, who toned down the strong colouring of the author's idea of Lady Alice, and subdued the high lights of the character entrusted to her with excellent ?? 'elegraph, June 25th. Miss Roselle has
July 12, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICALS IN SYDNEY.

THEATRICALS IN SYDNEY.

(riol OCR OWN CORRMSPONDENT.) SYDNEY, MAY 8, 1S74.-The QUEEN'S THEATRPE 's 1 thing of the past. The name and the buildingstill but it is now a variety room! IMr Vt. B. Gill ?? aaised it t ' the position of a respectable Theatre, visited by the Illiep in the land, when the Lessee
July 12, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE MOHAWK MINSTRELS.

THE MOHAWK MINSTRELS.

A very successful performance was given on Wedines~ld evening, at Westbourne Hall, Westbourne-grove, by tle " coloured gentlemen" known as the Mohawk Minstrels. Evidently their reputation had preceded them, for on reachlling Westbourne fall we found a large audience ready to giv
July 12, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England