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1S M Y ?? A 11 0 L M E, Ylv YVUDiVVl Ll. THftZJS ?? Every Evening. J\lI S IS A (G N El S H E W0 I T T, MI S l'RINCESS'S THEATRE H Every Evelslen. Aceot. Mr Rloelrnioro. I S S A N N I E B R U N T O N, lU. Juveniles alnd Comedy, and iliss E. BIIUNTON, Chambermaids and Character Par
October 20, 1878 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE PRIVATE DOOR SCHEME.

THE PRIVATE DOOR SCHEME.

THE PRIVATE DOOR SCHEMIE. TO THE EDITOR OF TrlE ERA. Sir,-I wish to draw your attention to a certain transaction in connection with various Provincial Theatres which I consider a great injustice to playgoers in general. The other evening I paid a visit to one of our Theatres, and
January 20, 1878 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MR. H. P. MATTHEWS'S EVENING CONCERT.

MR. H. P. MATTHEWS'S EVENING CONCERT.

Truly Mr Matthews is a popular. mass. HIis comic takitlliI rendered him one of the greatest favourites of the EasiclS and the ' Eastern Question," oni Monday ev enig, at the T sI Hall, Shoredlitch, was not what are the Tur kls doing- ?-or u1i''i are the Russians doing 9 or what
February 24, 1878 - The Era - London, London, England
 
The Amateurs and their Costumier.

The Amateurs and their Costumier.

In the Westminster County Court on Wednesday, the action "May v. Warne" was tried before Mr Judge Bayley. It was brought by S. May, the well-known costumier, of Bow- street, to recover from the defendant, a clerk at the Verulam Club, the sum of 5 Sc. for the hire of theatrical d
February 24, 1878 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

TH E ATRICAL GOSSIP'. MR CHARLES READE has put forth an ingenious and1 vigorous defence of his poetical Drama called Dora, which was pro- duced some ten years ago at the Adelphi, and was condemned only, as the author says, through " the destructive powers of a drunkard and a fool
February 24, 1878 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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SHAKESPEARE MEMORIAL BUILDINGS.

SHAKESPEARE MEMORIAL BUILDINGS.

SI[A i(SiPEALEi MAlE IObIU tulJJ1])INGS. Thepil ii i~rili jgsiii courseu of Creetoro hti undoubtedly thie rirost beitutifill site iln Stratford-On-Aven, and which are intoridod as at 1rerirorial to ShIakespeare, have made suh roges deigtr atfwwesand are exciting so "'U"II ~~~~~~~
February 24, 1878 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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* 'BA ' A 'F: 1' At T V.I I, iiAl L AS EMMA RODEIC. t;WI ~~~~~NELLIE LINGIIffst ~~ A' Dl I'OLLIE HJUNTER F. h~~l ~ K. SIARILAND) II. CLV ~ ~ 11 HNTI p0RC~ yARRENANDRE WS and JiliN' )l1)ItOA:~ nd CHIARLOTTE SAU.NDERS RFepertoi-re. "'yIIE WOMIAN OF THlE PEOPLE." "LOVE ANDI) ONOUR."
February 24, 1878 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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M I S SS L A R A B A TE M AN, appearing every Evening at the EFFINGHAM MUSIC HALL, ROTHERHAM (Second Engagement). Birmingham, Belfast, to follow. London address, 154, Southarnpton-row, Russell-square, W.C. The Vital Spark. T E N N Y H I L L, Every Evening, FORESTERS', 940 GATT'S,
February 24, 1878 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AUTHOR'S FEES.

AUTHOR'S FEES.

AUTH OR S FEES. 'There arc few theatrical difficulties of a financial character, as regards the interest of the Stage, greater than those which confront any one who tries to solve the problem involved in the question as to what is a fair remuneration to the dramatist for his work
May 26, 1878 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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TO PROFESSIONALS. M E R I C A.-GUTON LINE OF UNITED A STAETES STEAMERS, Sailing from LIVERPOOL to NEW YORK, every Saturday. Cabin 10, 12, and IS Guineas; Intermediate, S Guineas Ste(raese, e W. For reighst or Passage, apply to UsON aind Co., 25, Water-street, Llrerp~ol ; or, Sif
May 26, 1878 - The Era - London, London, England