Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 2,843,535 articles

Reopening of the Regent Palace Of Varieties.

Reopening of the Regent Palace Of Varieties.

- - ?? a ?? ?? No place of the kind is more appropriately designated a -palace of Varieties " than is the Hall near Vincefltsquiar, Westminster, which was last Saturday opened againa by Mr Levite, who successfulily managed it last season. The Hail is without doubt one of the han
October 5, 1873 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA IN PARIS.

THE DRAMA IN PARIS.

(PROMS OUR OWNe COBRESPONDENT.) PARIS, THURSDAY NGsHT.-Public interest has been absorbed during the past week by political preoccupations, the elections for the National Assembly forming the sole topic of conversation, to the complete exclusion of that favourite theme of Parisia
May 4, 1873 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

TOMANAGERS and OTHERS whom it le To ~ ?? By the wish of the late TOM W. ROBERTSON SI udertookn' l Mann gcmn of his Clopyrighlts afterhils docrcssc The Executorsha. reCtired, ~and Trustecs having bects appointed inl thteir h)av,,t" relissquislsed my office. it is my wish and their
November 16, 1873 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

UJION'LIN E.-UNITED STATES MAIL G STEAIIEES, Sailing ovary WEDNESDAY from LIVERPOOL to NEW YORK. PasseonerH booked thlrough at Low Rates to oil parts of the United &etces and Canada. Average Pansage, Ton Days. T NEVADA ?? 1,100 tons ?? .. lt Oct. Bi M A N' fATT ?? 2,800 tons ?? i
September 28, 1873 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA IN AMERICA.

THE DRAMA IN AMERICA.

ITHE DRAM A IN AMERICA. (FROX OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) NEW YORK, MAY 3.-Mlr Charles Fechter's appearance at the GRAND OPERA HOUSE, made list Monday, the 28th of April, was witnessed by nearly 3,300 persons, One of the largest tbeatrical assemblies on record. He appeared as Edmond
May 18, 1873 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

EV PARRVICINI and CORBYN, .M ; III.A' iCJA, NdUSICAL and GENERAL AGENTS, w1 Il~ll~ l(E.STR T ST. JAMES'S, LONDON, S.W. 4FFICE HOURS FROM ELEVEN TILL FOUR. N SATURDAYS, ELEVEN TILL TWO. No Booking Fecs nor Proliminary Charges whatever; a fair Nmiosion only en basincss actually com
May 18, 1873 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FAREWELL TO MR. GEORGE BELMORE.

FAREWELL TO MR. GEORGE BELMORE.

FAREWELL TO MED QEORaGEB BEZXO. On Thursday f ernona 'arewefl was bid to Mr George Belhiore, 0 at a luncheon given at Lord'sHotel St. Jehns-woodi amicl, pation ot' his departure for America. Mr J. AtnaolD Crvrs, the Lesose o f vrgarylebone Theatre, tsnk the, chair. Ipposite to Mr
October 12, 1873 - The Era - London, London, England
 
The PRINCE of WALES THEATRE, Liverpool.

The PRINCE of WALES THEATRE, Liverpool.

The PRINCE of WALES THEA.TRE, Liverpool. (FROM A CORlitSPO'NDENST.) The short time which has elapsed since the opening of this Theatre for the winter season, under the acinowledged MsLnage- ment and Proprietorship of Mr J. H. Addison, has been sulficieut to show that it has quite
October 12, 1873 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA IN PARIS.

THE DRAMA IN PARIS.

THE D RANA IN PARIS. (FnOM r0111 OWN CORRESPONDENT.) PARES TDiusriSAy NicIrr.-The 'TIIEATrRI FRANCAIS has been beseiged all the week by eager crowds, and Victor Hugo's great five act play ot Marion Delorme, listelned to with religiens attention, has entered upon a new lease of po
February 23, 1873 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PROVINCIAL THBATRICALP. (FRnOM OUTR 0OWN CORRESPONDIIXM.) ABERDEEN. Ij~ar'sr Ov1enA Ilueuss.-lLsaseo, Mr WV. Gomersal.)-.Mfr Biri' I London ComPan"y, With Miss Heath as "the Star," ~i~rcr abrif egaement, here on Monday ?? which promises to ntcresaful 'rho pieces ilaying are emine
May 25, 1873 - The Era - London, London, England