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AMATEURS AT ST. GEORGE'S HALL.

AMATEURS AT ST. GEORGE'S HALL.

AMATEURS AT ST. GEORGE'S IHALL. A dramatic performance was given on Thursday night at St. George's Hall in compliment to Mr W. S. B. Gitsham. Who Mr Gitsham may be, why he shculd have a benefit, or in what way that benefit was a compliment, these are mysteries so profound that we
March 26, 1876 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TOPICS OF THE WEEK.

TOPICS OF THE WEEK.

ENGLAND possesses the most changeable climate in the world. We begin the week with a snow-storm, we end it enjoying the perfume of violets, On Monday we are shivering over a roaring fire. On Saturday we are basking in the sun. In the course of six days we have endured the horror
March 26, 1876 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

I)oVlER.-NEW GAIETY THEATRE. ir&NTED, :Li Entire DRAMATIC COMPANY, v1 itnl 1 frw exTeptiOlls, to open on] Easter Monday, for the *ilier S atu:lso Concert flail Talent for present aind filture ?? ___TIIqW, l.w CASTEOOTTI, Proprietor and Manager. -T-hEAiF.'TRE ROYAL, PAISLEY.Y 117\
March 26, 1876 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

LONDON " FROU-FROU " COMPANY. Under the Management of u ADEMOISELLE BEATRICE. . Stlage Management under the Direction ef Mr HORACE WIGAN. Mr HENRY SINCLAIR, Drury-lane Theatre. Mr 0. LOIEDAN, Theatre Imperial Lyrique, Paris. Mr B. NORMAN, Theatres Royal, Edinburgh and Sadler's We
August 7, 1870 - The Era - London, London, England
 
The Night-Houses.

The Night-Houses.

Mi. Guiseppe Polli, refreshment-house keeper, No. 52, Old Comptoa-street, was summoned last Thursday by the police, before Mr. Tyrwhitt, at Marlborough-street Police-court, for keeping his house open during prohibited hours. Mr. Breton appeared for the defendant. Inspector Shaw,
August 7, 1870 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Reopening of the Wear Music Hall at Sunderland.

Reopening of the Wear Music Hall at Sunderland.

Reopening of the Wear Music Hall at Sanderland. On Monday night the Wear Music Hail, after undergoing the restora- tions referred to in our last, was reopened, when a somewhat boisterous, but extremely good-humoured audience, critical, but desirous- to be pleased, crowded every n
August 7, 1870 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NORTH WOOLWICH GARDENS.

NORTH WOOLWICH GARDENS.

MR. W. HOLLAND's BnnvEcT-The second annual benefit of the spirited and enterprising Proprietor of these beautiful pleasure grounds was fixed for Monday and Tuesday last, and we regret to say that from unavoidable circumstances the success of the occasion was not so great as the
August 7, 1870 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Conviction of a Club Manager under the Licensing Act.

Conviction of a Club Manager under the Licensing Act.

Conviction of a Club Manager under the Licensing Ac;, Mr Ilcnry Braloo, Manager of the Atlienoeutn Club, 1VU0Je lea\1h flaicrpstcd-iieathl, itliboritig oeer S n00nmembers, of Wvhic Ilic langer portion are Gernialis, appealed on Wednesday at iampsqcai Police-coult in nciswcer to a
August 17, 1879 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DISTURBANCE ON BOARD "H.M.S. PINAFORE."

DISTURBANCE ON BOARD "H.M.S. PINAFORE."

DISTURBANCE ON BOARD]) "E LM.S. 'PINAFORE." On Tuesday afternoon, at Bow-street Police-court, Collard Augustus Drake, 3, Bedford-square Edward Hodgeson Bayley, 42, Newington-causeway; Cecil Chappell, solicitor, 26, Golden- square; and Frank Chappell (Metzler and Co.), 36, Great M
August 17, 1879 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROMENADE CONCERTS, COVENT-GARDEN.

PROMENADE CONCERTS, COVENT-GARDEN.

(rhcjolloivinj a;'piared (t our TovxN EDMIO of Least fcek.J Scarcely have the echoes of Italian opera died away at the Royal Italian Opera ere music of another kind is produced, and to an audience literally overwhelming in numbers and equally over- whelming in enthusiasm. It was
August 17, 1879 - The Era - London, London, England