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1I SS GENEVIEVE WARD, Ail Address, care of Miessrs Lucas and Co., 14, Hart-stTeet, Bloomsbury, W.C. 7jfISS W A L L I S. ilL Early in the New Year Miss Wallis wvill produce a New and Oriin1al Play, weritten expressly for her by W. G. Wills, Esq. All communications to be addressed,
December 28, 1879 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

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OPENING OF THE CRITERION ANNEXE - SPIERS and POND respectfully beg to inform their Patrons that, to meet the increasing demands of their business at the Crition the premises have beengreatly enlarged by the addition of the above building The prinscipal features of the New Establi
December 28, 1879 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NEW MUSIC.

NEW MUSIC.

NEW MIUSIC. FRoM HOW.xc3u AND 0O.-The favourite melody A Mraiden's Pirayer' is gracefully set as a song by Alfred Mullen, and La DOchesse is the title of a well-writteu set of waltzes by Godfrey Marks. Down Among the M1eadows, by the same composer, has an agreeable flow of melody
December 28, 1879 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LETTERS OF THEATRICAL CELEBRITIES.

LETTERS OF THEATRICAL CELEBRITIES.

TWENTIETH SERIES. We again place at the disposal of our readers valuable letters written by theatrical celebrities, and certain to prove of interest to all. For the use of the originals we are indebted to Mr WY. C. Day, of Bedford-square. FROM GEORGE WIELAND TO MR WILLMOTT, THEA
December 28, 1879 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA IN AMERICA.

THE DRAMA IN AMERICA.

TIHE DRAMA IN AMERICA. (ruoci our, OWN CORRESPONDENT,) NrT AYORKI, UrECEsrBeR 13. -The novelties of the week are ?? IrcOn Will, by Mli Steele Mackaye, at Itaverly's Brooklyn Theatre, and Estells; or, False and True, at Wal- laICkS. Mr Mickaye is a sk ill playwright, who made his
December 28, 1879 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

T ?? TRICAL (1O~rSIP. DfESSR5s GrnETRT AN TD SULLIitAN'S new cemllic opera, has been crristenecd T'he Pirates Of Per??Zr Ce; or-, Lore anid Duty. THE two small elephants at the Folies Bergere have been indulging in a little performance on their own account, having, through the ba
December 28, 1879 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA IN PARIS.

THE DRAMA IN PARIS.

THE DRlAMA IN PAIRIS. (FRP.O OUTR OWN CORRESPONI)DENT.) PARIS, TsisUSDnAv .--ODntON.-Strange to say we harve had two novelties at the Second Theatre Firaiingais, and the Voyage ie Al. Perrichon has disappeared from its bills. The first of these is an insignificant comedy in one a
December 28, 1879 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN AUSTRALIA.

AMUSEMENTS IN AUSTRALIA.

(FROMt OUR OWN CORRE6VONDENT.'t) SYDNEY, NOvESnBER 6, 1879.-Miss Augusta Dargon recently finished a very successful engagemenut at the Theatro Rioyal, and a grand testimonial benefit was given to her by the lrishmen lof Sydney. Mliss Dargon played Elizabeth, and she was assisted
December 28, 1879 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PANTOMIME AT THE ALEXANDRA PALACE.

PANTOMIME AT THE ALEXANDRA PALACE.

[7Pize follooilng appc-2ed in our ToQWN EDITION of Last Wee;:. PANTOMIME AT THE ALEXANDRA PALACEZ Messrs Bertram and Iloberts have given Metropolitan plea- sure-seekers their first taste of the season's Pacatomimes. Last Saturday afternoon at the Alexandra Palace they presented t
December 28, 1879 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BOXING DAY ENTERTAINMENTS.

BOXING DAY ENTERTAINMENTS.

BOXING DAY ENTERTAINMIENTS. DRURY-LANE. Once again the doors of Old Drury have been opened to a Boxing Night audience, and, as usual, the old crowd has taken advantage of the unbolted portals. We say the old crowd, for in its exuberant mirth, in the manner it caught up and gave v
December 28, 1879 - The Era - London, London, England