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"CLEVER DOGS."

"CLEVER DOGS."

(COMMUNATICATED BY THE "DOG OF DBURY.") If a Theatrical dog, tolerably well versed in the canine tra- ditions of the Stage, might be allowed to give the readers sf The Era tire advantage of some recollections connected wit]1 what may be called the " dog-days of the drama," he be
October 4, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE NEW LICENSING ACT.

THE NEW LICENSING ACT.

THEI NEW LICENSING ACT. On Monday the New Licensing Act, which received the Royal assent on the 30th tilt., was issued to the public. It contains thirty-three sections and one schedule, and it is to be construed as one Act with the former, passed in 1872, or may he cited separate
August 9, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON THEATRES.

THE LONDON THEATRES.

The celebratiou of the Bank Holiday was so general in the etroplis that thousands, liberated from their daily employ- ment, found for the first time leisure to enjoy the present enter- tainmients offered them by the different London managers. The Theatres and other places of amu
August 9, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MISS HELEN BARRY AS EDITH DOMBEY, in "Heart's Delight," at the Globe Theatre.

MISS HELEN BARRY AS EDITH DOMBEY, in "Heart's Delight," at the Globe Theatre.

MISS HELEN BARRY AS EDITH DOMBEY, in., Heart's Delight," at the Globe Theatre. my, .-l! 'The Position of Edith in the Dijon scene requires the powr o a onsmmaetagi acres. t somewhat over weights MissHeln Brrybutit houl beaddd tat she bears the weight wel. I th ne piceas n Ahse~iq
August 30, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY-LANE.- 1 Sole Lessee and Manager, P. D. CHATTERTON. Open for the Autumn and Winter Season. Oin Monday, and during the week, will be Performed the Grand Spectacular Drama of AMY ROBSART, adapted by Andrew Halliday. Characters by Mr Creswick, Mr H. Sinclair, Mr
August 30, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

GLOBE THEATRE. \\ANTED, for, the forthcomning Season, Several .oug, LADIES of prepossessing appearanice and good education, and Male Chorist era. Application to be made aIt the Stage Door, onl Moniday -and Tuesday, September 21st and 22d, between Twelve and Two ,i'cloek. THEATRE
September 13, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) ABER YSTIWITH. WNe hove ratheria gay time of it in this romantic little watering place. flrflly ichrdeaL Caradoc, the leader of the South Wales Choir, bor jut cncude vey sccssfl cncetsat the Temperance Hall. ~liss Virt-ni5. Blsekosd ond HrG. Murray
August 16, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MR. JOHN MILANO.

MR. JOHN MILANO.

It affords us'the very greatest pleasure to be able to contra- diet, on the very best authority-that of the gentleman himself- a report of the decease of Mr John Milano, the much esteemed ballet master. The rumour was extensively spread through the Theatrical circles of London o
August 16, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA IN AMERICA.

THE DRAMA IN AMERICA.

THE DRAMA IN AMER1ICA. (FROM OUR OWN aornmSPo.IDSNT.) NEW YORK, MARCH 24. MIK WILLIAM STuAerT at length announces the opening of the NEW PARK THEATRE, all incidenlt which has been cxpOctedl ever since last Christmas night. This house will be opened on the 6th of April, and Mir Bo
April 12, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
STRAND THEATRE.

STRAND THEATRE.

(The~followivDn alpaaved, e li omr TOwN EDITIOX qf laost Moeek.] A crowded audience assenibled lst SaturdIy to witniess the first perforneannce of r itiece, described in the bills as' " A larm Story," in three acts, written expressly for this Theatre by mr Rubert lReece, and ent
April 12, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England