A SQUEAK FROM " THE STABLE MOUSE." As a matter of history, Mr Editor, it may not be altogether uninteresting for the British Public to learn that your very special Commissioner of a Mouse first saw the result of a Derby in 1830, when Chifney's Priam won. Between that early date a
A brief record of the few changes made in the performances of the week will suffice to complete the chronicle of current dramatic events. At DRURY-LANE Signor Rossi has added Romeo to his list of Shakespearian impersonations. The eon- tinned success attending the performance of
I S S C L A R A BATEMAN, GREAT GRIMSBY, VICTORIA MUSIC HALL, May 22d. To folloec- Losidloi, Bristol, Sheffield, and Manchester. SerlioColnic Star. M IS S K A T E E V E R L E I G II J)V1 its Lonidoni, withl her usual success. FREDERICKS'S ?? Every CAMBRIDGE ?? . . Evcr RlAGLA'~, ?
AMATEURS AT THE KING'S-CROSs THEATRE. i "The 1st London Artillery Volunteer Dramatic Society lcve the honour to announce that they intend giving a grand crrtertalnment on Saturday, May 20th, 1876." Thus ran the portentous proclamation conveyed in a formidable poster, rinted in ga
A dramatic performance was given at St. George's Hall on Thursday evening, under the management of Mr W. Terriss, of the Theatre Royal, Drury-lane, when the principal dish in the bill of fare was a new adaptation of Dickens's famous unfinished story " The Mystery of Edwin Drood.
DEATH OF MR. CHARLES NUJGENT. The decease of Mr Charles Nugent, for so many years asso- ciated with the administrative department of Her Majesty's Theatre, during Mr Lumley's lesseeship, and afterwards con- nected in a similar capacity with Mr E. T. Smith, during his management o
An entertainment supported by popular Music Hall artistes was given at the Town Hall, Shoreditch, on the evening of the 20th inst., under the direction of the clever actress Miss Nelly Griffiths, who, on the occasion, made her reappearance on the stage, after her recent indispos
1 L D P L A Y7 BEN JONSON'S 'ALOHlYMIST." An editor of this consledy remaszkatisat, unllike tlose of SiaLICes- peare, whose characters " arc nlot of anl agC, but of all times," Ben Jenson's personages arc such as onl;y exlisted; for the most part, in ihis own age. Certainly this
There is nothing amateurs will not venture upon, therefore we regarded without surprise the announcement that an amateur performance of Hamlet would be given on Tuesday afternoon at St. George's Hall. The gentleman who undertook the arduous character of the hero was Mr Francis H
(ovumF OuR OWN COBltESPO5D00 EsNT.) PARIS, TiURSDAY. - FRANCAIS.-On Tuesday-the sub- scribers' night--our first Theatre produced, before one of the most intellectual audiences I have seen assembled this season, two charming little pieces, one of which is a perfect gem of its kd