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December 8, 1878 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

IT is very unadvisable to change your luck, particularly in matters theautrical. D'Enery's drama Une Catuse C'J8ree was a great success at the Ambiigi in Paris. The Theatre would not hold the people who clamoured for seats. So they changed the play to the Porte-St. -Martiu, in o
January 13, 1878 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A PROPERTY MAN'S GROWL.

A PROPERTY MAN'S GROWL.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE ERA. Sir,-I am a Property Man and a Mask inventor, and, con- sidering myself much neglected by the critics and the public, I crave a little space in your columns in order to air my grievances, I think I may claim to be one of the most valuable assistants in
January 13, 1878 - The Era - London, London, England
 
COE V. SOTHERN AND BUCKSTONE.

COE V. SOTHERN AND BUCKSTONE.

Although the verdict in this case, awarding to Mr Coe, the late Stage-Manager of the Haymarket Theatre, 21,035 by way of damages for his summary dismissal, was confirmed by the fill Court of Exchequer;consisting of the Lord Chief Baron and Barons Cleasby and Pollock, the defenda
January 13, 1878 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BOOSEY v. FAIRLIE.

BOOSEY v. FAIRLIE.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE ERA. Sir,-My attention has to-day been called to the letter dated the 28th December in your issue of the 6th instant, to which is attached the name of Mr Edward Johnson, the defendant's solicitor. The key-note of the letter is struck in the opening words- 'I
January 13, 1878 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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AMUSEMENTS IN BRUSSELS.

AMUSEMENTS IN BRUSSELS.

(PROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) BRUSSELS, DECEMBER 26, 1877. -Brussels has been favoured with celebrities lately. Faure, Salvini, and Coquelin have succeded each other. Faure, well known here on account of his long stay during the Franco-German War, reappeared in Hamlet, F&uast, W
January 13, 1878 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE STOKE NEWINGTON DRAMATIC CLUB.

THE STOKE NEWINGTON DRAMATIC CLUB.

The amateurs are getting ambitious. They are attacking standard comedy, and fve long acts do not deter them in their vaulting ambition. We have always urged that a single play worked up carefully is better for an amateur company than I three or four pieces whore wisile they are
January 13, 1878 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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MJ I S M A R I E RHODES can accep Engagements for Lead and Light Comedy after Pan- tommuie Season. Address, GAIETY THEATRE, GLASGOW. M I 5 5 (3 0 M P T 0 N .43.1. Disengaged. Address, 100, Great Russell-street, Bedford-square. I S S M A B E L H A Y E S, -Lii. Specially Engaged by
January 13, 1878 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Finish To-night Fifteen Weeks' Tour in Scotland. G R A I A and McBRYDE, k the great Versatile Hiberidla Entertainers and Original Boys from Tipperary, finish To-nightwith our usualsuecessatthe Scotia and Royal Music Halls, Glasgow. Return to the scene of former triumplhs on Monda
January 13, 1878 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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QUEEN'S THEATRE, MANCHESTER. UTANTED, ENTIRE COMPANY, for Easter, the TVrg coinencenent of the Summer Season. Replies to letters already received will he forwarded in a few days, Address, the Manager. WAIAN TED, for Theatre Royal, Paisley, for Dramatic t Season, eonameiiciing Jan
January 13, 1878 - The Era - London, London, England