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Fireworks at the Crystal Palace.

Fireworks at the Crystal Palace.

Fireworks at the Crvstal Palace. Last Thursday nightagrand display of fireworks, tuhanced in effeetby theillumination of thefountains, took place atthe Crystal Palace. The evening being remarkably fine everything was highly favourable for a good exhibition. The attendance of visi
September 9, 1877 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMATIC YEAR.

THE DRAMATIC YEAR.

TO THE EDITOR 01? THE BRA. Sir,-Will you allow me to say a few words about a para- graph which youw give us to-day, in an able article with the above heading. I allude to the following:-" Such a work as that (Stolen Kisses), cast with mature consideration, carefully edited, and
December 30, 1877 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA IN AMERICA.

THE DRAMA IN AMERICA.

(FROUM OUR OWN CORRESPONDFNT.) NEW YORK, MAY 8.-Time wanes, and we ace reaching the fag end of the season. The country Managers are coming in larger numbers, and W'all has been fitting up for them a splendid bureau, where they may congregate to discuss the general prospect, and
May 27, 1877 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Mr. R. Blagrove's Concertina Concerts.

Mr. R. Blagrove's Concertina Concerts.

Mr Richard Blagrove gave the fifth of his series of concertina concerts, in the iesw concert room of the Royal Academy of Music, on Thursdlay evening. The attendance was not quite so large as we should havee liked to see. There is, unfortunately, too great a disposition amiongst
May 6, 1877 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS ON THE CONTINENT.

AMUSEMENTS ON THE CONTINENT.

(FROtI OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) VIENNA, 21ST APRIL, 1877-The Italian season at the linperial Opera is drawingto a close, and has been an exceedingly prosperous one, partly perhaps on account of an announcement, made on behalf of Madame Patti, that this would be her last appearanc
May 6, 1877 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL GOSSIP

THEATRICAL GOSSIP

If iT E, ATI' ICA L. GOSSIP }fNIsy IltbiN ors ierrefit at the Lyceum, with leralcl - he :rttti;ICtii, crnwlledl the Irotits to overflow onl the even- ?? ,M 1ltwAiv last. Thte eilirent actor hlla a tremendous *Cotirlle, ?? tlroulghout tire play miadc large exactions uplon ?? n rtt
August 5, 1877 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

NEW THEATRE ROYAL, DARWVEN. ,T & NTED, an Eintire C'iOMIPANY, for the above -tad other Theatres, to open September 8th ; Leader, and Scene ezi., to.Act. T comtetentSistelenalongsngragement. State locvest dress, Lessee, Mr J. IL. LeoE, 32, rWhidsor-road, Cardiff, TXNTED, an Entire
August 5, 1877 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS ON THE CONTINENT.

AMUSEMENTS ON THE CONTINENT.

AMUSEMENTS ON TEE CONTINENT. (FROM OUR OWN CORHHSPONDENT.) VIENNA, OCTOBER 27, 1877-The Iml eTial Opera achiea d last night a. great success with Syv pia; 01', the Niioiph of Dianca, a ballet in three acts, by Leo Delilies, the aicompliehed composer of Coppilia and of te Poi i'a
November 4, 1877 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ADELPHI THEATRE.

ADELPHI THEATRE.

A complete change was made in the programme of the Adelphi Theatre last Saturday by the revival of Mr Boncicault's Formosa and Mr Burnand's domestic drama The Deal Boatman. Formosa; or, the Railroaesd to Buin, was first produced at Drury-lane Theatre, August 5th, 1869, and it wi
November 4, 1877 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA IN AMERICA.

THE DRAMA IN AMERICA.

THE DRAMA IN AM-RIUA. (nROM OUR OWN! CORRESPONDENT. I NEW YORK, OCTOBER 12.-The past has been a dead week, theatrically speaking, the Theatres all running the old bills, and the only novelty being the Edwin Adams benefit per- formance, which occurred at the Academy of Music this
November 4, 1877 - The Era - London, London, England