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PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

pIoVINCIAL THEATRICALS, (Fitax3 OURl OWl4 COEMES'OMDBNTS.) ABERDEEN. THEATRV ROYAL.-tLessce, Mr E. Bricel)-Tho Dramatic Society, tanned here in 1S8fi, gave a public performance iii the Theatre enl Thurs- day the 5th lest. Thle pieces selected were The Stranger end Black-Eyed Far
October 15, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TO LICENSED VICTUALLERS.

TO LICENSED VICTUALLERS.

TO LICENSED VICTUALLER.. I THE LICENSING ACT. I At the Higbgate Police-court on Monday Mr S. Jackson, of the Park-road Hotel, Finehley, appeared to answer an adjourned summons charging him, under the new Licensing Act, with unlawfully selling some gin, to be consumed on the promi
October 26, 1873 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ADDRESS by Mr. CHARLES CALVERT.

ADDRESS by Mr. CHARLES CALVERT.

PRINCE OF WALES TihEATRE, BiRabiNGHAmf.-There was a crowded house at the Prince of Wales Theatre on the 17th instant, and all lovers of Shakespeare will regret that Mr Charles Calvert's splendid production of Henry V. was performed here for the last time on Saturday night. In or
October 26, 1873 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA IN PARIS.

THE DRAMA IN PARIS.

THE DRAMA IN PARIB, (FROSI OURs OWN CORRESPONDENT.) PARIS, THURSDAY EVERING.-ODEON.-Il the same way that it borrowed from the Varidtds Barriere's Vie do Boltenme, this Theatre has now revived the same author's Ceosdrillon, a comedy n five acts, originally produced at the Gymnase
October 26, 1873 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Miss WALLIS, as "Cleopatra," Drury-lane

Miss WALLIS, as "Cleopatra," Drury-lane

X1iss WALLIS, as "Cleopatra," Drury-lane rom the Bolar, September 22d:-Ot course the great interest of ?? evrning centred in Miss Walliss Cleopatra,andInthisrespect, also, we are happy to say that the verdict may be considered distinctly favourable. We do not mean that tile perfo
October 26, 1873 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA IN AMERICA.

THE DRAMA IN AMERICA.

TRE DRAMA IN ABERICA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) NEW YORK, OCTOBER 11.-Mr H. J. Byron's play called Max; or, The Merry Swiss Boy, has been received with a good deal of contempt. The newspapers have mentioned it in a cavalier style, and the public has stayed away from it. It wa
October 26, 1873 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMATEURS at the BIJOU THEATRE.

AMATEURS at the BIJOU THEATRE.

AXIATEURS at the BIJOU THEATRE. A dramatic performance for the benefit of a local charity took place at the Bijou Theatre on Monday evening, and attracted a good audience. The first item was the farce No. 1, Round Ole Corner, which engaged the talents of Nir W. S. Martin as klipp
October 26, 1873 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Royal Albert Hall Choral Society.

Royal Albert Hall Choral Society.

The third season of this Society will commence on Thursday next, under the directioa of Mr Bsrnby, with a performnane of Handel's Theodora. This work, which is stated to have been a great favourite with its composer, was first performed in 1750, andagainin 1765, buthasnot Sioce
October 26, 1873 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Mr. Seymour Smith's Entertainment.

Mr. Seymour Smith's Entertainment.

Xr. Seymour Smith's Entertainment 'Mr Seymour Smith gave a new entertainment on ?? evening at Cambprwell flail. It abounds with cheerful music and humorous aketclie," and depends entirely on Mr Smith for all its varieties of singing, recitation, and pmanofovto performance. it is
October 26, 1873 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE METROPOLITAN.-Lovers of mirth, music, and marvels can still find at this Hall plenty to gratify them, while the tastes of those who admire the beauties of ballets are also suited. For the class last referred to there is the production entitled Love's Romance, which has been
October 26, 1873 - The Era - London, London, England