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AMUSEMENTS IN SWANSEA.

AMUSEMENTS IN SWANSEA.

Ilr-n -l'u ne- Innea-Xr- is (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) is THEATRE ROYAL-MIessrs Preston and Evans ow Boxing Day (afternoon and evening) produced their - comic annual Aladdin to houses crowded from floor to Atceiling, and it was found impossible to accommodate all n- who appli
January 7, 1893 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE THEATRICAL EXHIBITION.

THE THEATRICAL EXHIBITION.

THE THEATRiCAL EXHIBITION. The exhibits at the Theatrical Exhibition at the Westminster Aquarium are now in much better order,J though the catalogue, the numbering commencing afresh r in every department, is still a little irritating. For instance, 10 on a stand appears at first
January 7, 1893 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MISS CORA STUART

MISS CORA STUART

AT Tilb, STAR THiEATBE, DUBL ?? 10 ie Oil Monday, Jan. 21, l8)3, e n ?? and (irigati Mue~.1l oronologuo e, A DRESS REHEARSAL,' t Written Expressly for Iliss Stuart lby H. Bedsv,:, ,i j., Df was produced at the ahove theatre W Copy of letter from D. Lowrey, Esil., t,. L of the Ir
January 7, 1893 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"SYDNEY CARTON."

"SYDNEY CARTON."

"SYDNEY CARTON.' A New Play, by T. Edgar Pemberton, in a Prologue and Four Acts, Founded on the late Chas. Dickens's "Tale of Two Cities," Produced for the First Time on any Stage at the Theatre Royal, Norwich, Jan. 2d, 1893. CHARACTERS IN 'TIl PROLOOGE (1772). Marquisof St. Evre
January 7, 1893 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PARSONS AND PLAYHOUSES.

PARSONS AND PLAYHOUSES.

MIr Ben Greet, at ?? meeting of the Church and Stage Guild, read the following paper on the above subject *- " Whether there was an established drama before the Flood we are not told. It is probable there did exist such an institution. The dramatic element was meant to be implan
January 7, 1893 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN DUBLIN.

AMUSEMENTS IN DUBLIN.

AMt?SEMENTs IN DDBLIN. (F ROM OUR OWVN CORR1RsrONi;)LNT. ) G.RIETY THEA.TRE. -Proprietor and Patentee, M~r Mschael Gleon General Manager, Mr John Goonn Business-M~anager, M~r Charles Hyland.-The panto- mime Cidel~rella and the Little Glass Slipper is in foill swinug here, and. at
January 9, 1897 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN BLACKBURN.

AMUSEMENTS IN BLACKBURN.

A4MUS.EM.ENTS IN BLA.CIKBURN-. (FROME OUR OWN COERESPONI)ENT.) TH'EATRE ROYAL.-Proprietor and M~anagfer, M~r Hasrry Yorke.-Mr James Kiddie's pantomime Little Dicik W~hittisegtose has proved a success here, and the large audiences which nightly assemble thoroughly appreciate the f
January 9, 1897 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL CONTRACTS.

THEATRICAL CONTRACTS.

THEA.TR.ICAL C ONTR.AC TS. Colloquially, a contract is an agreement made between two or more persons to do, or refrain from doing, a particular thing, or particular things. In its legal sense it has a somewhat different sigrnification, for it is an agreement enforceable by law, m
January 9, 1897 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN AUSTRALIA.

AMUSEMENTS IN AUSTRALIA.

MlIUSEMENTS IN A.USTRLIA,2. (r'noar OUR OWN CORR1ESPONDE£NTS.) a SYDNEY, Nov. 15.-Last night Face to Face was F staged at Her Majesty's Theatre, and the villainous v trio, Fairleigh, Vaudrais, and Estelle, were played by "1 Ivessrs Ryan and Dunbar and Miss Helen Feigns. The T her
January 9, 1897 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN EASTBOURNE.

AMUSEMENTS IN EASTBOURNE.

zAM~hUSEMENTS IN E AST.BOUt}RNE. (FRSOM OUR OWN CORRESPONTDENT.) DEVONSHIIRE PARK THREAmE.-Managing Director, Mr A. Standen Triggs.-Miss Maude Vena's company is here with Juno. Miss Mlaude Vena made an excellent impression in the title-role. Mr Frank Lincoln was good as Timothy T
January 9, 1897 - The Era - London, London, England