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DRAMATIC BRIGANDS.

DRAMATIC BRIGANDS.

DRAMIATIC BRIGANDS. Modern, or we should rather say contemporaneous, play- wrights are in the habit of complaining that their occupation is gone in these matter-of-fact days, that there are no longer any events happening to their fellow creatures, that can by any contrivance be t
June 17, 1877 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MUSIC AT A DISTANCE.

MUSIC AT A DISTANCE.

The lovers of nu1sic and the searchers after novelty are to ie treated to solmething .ciiosbe-cfore m'anyL nlights have pissedl-at the Queen's Theatre, where the Prorienadle Concerts, conducted by M. Riviere, continlue to flourlish. Everybody by his timie has heard of the T'elep
June 17, 1877 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

MISS GENEVIEVE WARD. Address, 232, Rue de tivoli, Paris. M I S S M A R R I O T T' S M TOUR with her Company in the great Drama " ROSE MICHEL," of wh1ich she has acquired the exclusive English right. THEATRE ROYAL, BRADFORD, May 21st, Six Nights. Hull to follow. Address, RicuAwn E
May 20, 1877 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

"H E SCUTTLED "T The Proprietor is opcn to, treatwih Theatres for the above Dramna, Music, Slotes, Wora,~ 6; , Oct Properties; also the principal Scones, fiteiondis' ?? hi> l CII the famous Ship Scene, with Collapsieg- Buiwarics I iit*'~fcq by Mr 1-f. Neville expressly for this D
August 19, 1877 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"MUSICAL ANECDOTES."*

"MUSICAL ANECDOTES."*

"MIUTS ICAL . AN E C DOT 0 Mr Frederick Crowed, vho, a short time since, published a volume upon the great colmposers, again comes before the public with t collection of muicial anecdotes from every available source. ?? Croweat, in ani unlassumiing preface, tells us that some of
December 23, 1877 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THFE LOND)ON MUSIC ITAIlJ. LUSBY'S PALACE. PRESENTATION TO THE PROPRIETOR. It has very properly been remarked that the man who has no friends most probably never deserved to have any. To this class Mr Lusby, the Proprietor of the magnificent " Palace" which bears his name, most c
December 23, 1877 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WHITTINGTON DRAMATIC SOCIETY.

WHITTINGTON DRAMATIC SOCIETY.

YVIIITTIiN(TON DRAMATIC SOCIETY. The members of the~above-aiamed Society on the evening of Monaylatinth p esne of a, hirge cud fashionable audience, Alornday last, in th restif~nment lagt tilt AqnTll=llr~ Theatre, gave a dramatic ofa the AursiiTete in aid of the. funds of the H.
December 23, 1877 - The Era - London, London, England
 
The Provincial Press on Miss Adeline Stanhope.

The Provincial Press on Miss Adeline Stanhope.

Mliss Adeline Stanhope's Lady Macbeth is a singularly fine performance in the sleep-walking scene we have seldom seen her eq ucclled. Her Ophelia was beautifully tender andi delicate, and her singing intensely pathetic, and struck the most sensitive chords in the audience.- laas
April 15, 1877 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMATEURS AT ST. GEORGE'S HALL.

AMATEURS AT ST. GEORGE'S HALL.

AMATE URS AT ST. GEORGE'S HFALL. A neorening performance, Which attracteld aL large aned fashionable audience, wvas given ol Wednesday, at St. George's Hall, in aid of the Building Fond of St. Mary's Schools, Bromnpton. Many of the performers were amateurs, but the proceedings ga
April 15, 1877 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MR. HENRY IRVING ON "MACBETH."

MR. HENRY IRVING ON "MACBETH."

MR. HENRY IRVING ON " MACBETH." Mr Irving has commennced in The Nicteenth Centh ury a serics of ?? Shakespearialh Notes," talking for his first essay "The Third Mlurderer in Macbetl,." He says, inter alia, 'There have been various theories and much discussion among students of Sh
April 15, 1877 - The Era - London, London, England