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The Alleged Theatrical Frauds at Liverpool.

The Alleged Theatrical Frauds at Liverpool.

P'hoins Zaylor Roberts, late Lessee of the Gaiety Theatre, Camlden-street, Liverpool, and Robe rt James Sorrelf, Manager of the same Theatre, surrendered to their bail oln Wednesday last to answer a charge of having by means of false pretences, obtained front William Glen, manag
July 12, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA IN AMERICA.

THE DRAMA IN AMERICA.

(rRo. OUR oWN ?? ) NEW YORK, JuNE 27.-It seems a waste of words to write about the trivial proceedings of our Theatrical community at this time. There are, indeed, incidents to be recorded, but they are trifles, and it is but a matter of form to set them down. WALLACEI'S THEATRE
July 12, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TOWN EDITION.

TOWN EDITION.

"THE ERA" OFFICE, SUNDAY, Two A.M. ROYAL ITALIAN OPERA-(Last Night.) The first performance of WJagner's romantic opera Lohegrin last night, at the Royal Italian Opera, was justly regarded as one of the most interesting musical events of the season. Only owsce before have we been
May 9, 1875 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE LQNDON MUSIC HALLS, SOUTH LONDON PALACE. lIR J. J. POOLE's BE2NEPIT.-The South London Palace was on Thursday night filled to the remotest corner. Indeed, before the long and varied catalogue of amusements had been hair performed there was not eves etanding room for the late c
May 9, 1875 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA IN PARIS.

THE DRAMA IN PARIS.

THIE DRAMA IN PARIS. (FRnoMu 001 OWIN CORR5ESPONDENTIX) PA&RIS, TisuiisDAYi V AI DVtu tvsrt -MAadamie Pasca has comle to us limit St. 1Pctersbuirg to spend at few Weeks' retils6 that have been allowe~d her, arid is delightinag foil audiences at this house by her adm1iral hic ?? o
May 9, 1875 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA IN AMERICA.

THE DRAMA IN AMERICA.

(Fnoor OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) NEW YORK, APRIL 24.-It seems a waste of words to make a summary of such theatrical news its is just now afloat in this city. In fact, there is scarcely anything to be written which it would he worth your while to print. ?? continue. The stage is qu
May 9, 1875 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

" THE ERAt" FOREIGN LETTE R-BOX. %* A staniped envelope, plainly addresseds aawt be encloo sedwith alpltittien for each letter. CO0UsIoliJiArTtoxs AWAIT Adamtn, Mr Blime, I Irving, 31iss Blanche Atdam~t, Mr NV. H. Itrijog, Mi-to Gertrucle Auffray, aill's E1i it }ioeio, MIr Adla m
October 21, 1882 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA IN AMERICA.

THE DRAMA IN AMERICA.

TI[E DRAMA IN AMERICA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) NEW YORK, OCTOBER 7.-This week I have to record a success and a failure, The Parvenu and The Vicar of Bray respectively. The Parvenu was produced at Wallack's Theatre on Saturday night, and the house was crowded with what is kn
October 21, 1882 - The Era - London, London, England
 
INTOLERANCE AT CAMBRIDGE.

INTOLERANCE AT CAMBRIDGE.

INTOLERINCE AT CAMBRIDGE. At the Cambridlg Town Council meeting, on Thursday, the 12th inst., the Mklxon said that they would perhaps allow him, before the commencement of the business, to mention a matter which he thought ought to be mentioned. It would be in the recollection of
October 21, 1882 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MR. CHARLES READE AT HOME.

MR. CHARLES READE AT HOME.

dir Charles Reade so vigorously defends himself in print, and is in every respect a man of such distinct individuality, that we feel sure many of our readers will be grateful to us if, with the assistance of a clever sketch in a recent number of the GCntleman's Maqurzins, we end
October 21, 1882 - The Era - London, London, England