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"SHAMUS-NA-LENA."

"SHAMUS-NA-LENA."

" SHAMUS-NA-LENA." (FlROi OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Mr Edward Towers, who has been "Clowning" at the Theatre Royal, Liverpool, during the Pantomime season, appeared there in the character of author last Saturday even- ing, when his Irish sensational drama entitled Shamus-.,w- Lcea;
March 12, 1876 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HISSING.

HISSING.

H I S IN G. He would have spoke, But hiss for hiss returned, with forked teozgue To forked tongue. Such was Satan's reception upon his reappearance in Pande- monium. How many a poor devil of an actor cani sympathise with him uponhis unwelcome greeting Hissing is the pollice verso
August 27, 1876 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

Mn F. B. CusATTEsTON, mindful of the popularity setured by The Shaugktaen, at Drury-lane, has resolved to revive it at the Adelplhi. This resolve is likely to lead to litigation, for not- withstanding that Mr Chatterton has expressed his intention to abide by the honourable cour
November 5, 1876 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Mr E. M. Adams's Benefit at Cremorne.

Mr E. M. Adams's Benefit at Cremorne.

Mr E. M. Adams's Benefit at COremorne. The performances on Wednesday evening at Cremorne Gardens were for the benefit of Mr E. M. Adams, the Secretary whohas for so many years been associated with the fortunes of these Gardens. Happily, the weather which had been so showery for s
September 10, 1876 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PROVINCIAL TIHEATRICALS. tint3 OUR oWN COhRESPONDENlT) ABERDEEN. lient MAIA;IL6i's OPE;RA, ltot1SM.-(LeSSee, Mlr William Gniners-al.)- The regular winter season Commenced on Mlonday, several now artists mnaking their first appearance. Mliss Julia Roseloe and M11cc Dora French wvi
September 10, 1876 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA IN BOSTON.

THE DRAMA IN BOSTON.

THE DRAMVA IN BOSTON. (FROMf OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MAY 5, 1876.-There was a large and intellectual audience at the GLOBE THEATRE ?? the 1st of May, to welcome the wvell-known tragic actress Mrs Emma Waller, in her favourite iniporasnation of Meg Mlerrilies in the time-honoured
May 21, 1876 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

' ADEMOISELLE BEATRICE'S }t COMIEDY-DRAMA COMPANY. Sixth Year of this Compally. Artists. filesars IILAN II~i'VEY * Mademioiselle BEAT1I1ICE J. CARTER-EDW ARS AlesalaneOs GEORGENWARDE BESSIE EDWARDS If ANDREWS P. LieM3MON C. COWDERY LOUIE VERE IT. BENNETT C. GRANT G. N. POLLNI EMI
May 21, 1876 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

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May 21, 1876 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

3JADEMOISELLE BEATRICE'S MLVJ. COMEDY-DRAMA COMPANY. Sixth Year of this Company. Artists. Messrs k RANK HARVEY Mademoiselle BEATRCE J. CARTER-EDWARDS MaeosleBARC GEORGE WARDE Mesdames H. ANDREWS BESSIE EDWARDS C. COWDERY P. LEMMON H. BENNETT LOUIE VERE G. M. POLINI C. GRANT C. MO
June 4, 1876 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

lITANTED, Entire DRAMATIC COMPANIES. IVt Not Asrtfstes, as advertised last week. Apply, C. R. Pallan, Agent, Bradford. AXTI NTED, an Entire DRAMATIC COMPANY. W Alpply to J. P. BARRINGTON, 14, Chesterate, Macclesfield. - THEATRE ROYAL, DUNDEE. IITAiNTED, an iE:NTIRE COMPANY, for t
June 4, 1876 - The Era - London, London, England