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PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PloVINCIATI TIIE ATRICAIS. (FROM OURt OWN CORRESrOR [500T:5. ABEBD~fET1.N tIeFR MAUesTY's TiicATRI.-Le550e andl Mlanageress, Mliss Annid Bald- ?? productioniof our Lessee's first Chr~istmas Pantoinifliehas beeni looked forward to sinring its preparationl with much interest, anid,
December 26, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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PD OntR U R Y - L A N B. n oday, Deceinber 27th, the Comic Pantomimeo, written by E. L. Blanchard, entitled mOTHER CoOas., music by F. Wvailer- stein. Produced under the direction or Sir AUGUSTUjS HARRIS, Lessee and Manager. ii0 T HEER G OOS E." 15.MORNING PERFORMIANCES onl WEDNE
December 26, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"THE CHILDRENS PINAFORE."

"THE CHILDRENS PINAFORE."

" TIHE CHILDREN S PINAFORE.` Oil readers wrill remember the extraordinary effect produced last year by the performances of Messrs Gilbert and Sullivan's comic opera H.Hf.S. Pinafore by a company composed entirely of children. In obedience to a. general desire, the opera played by
December 26, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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GLOBE THEATRE, CALTON, GLASGOW. WANTED, an Entire COMPANY to open at once. Band, Stage Carpentcr, and Property Man. All applications to be made, stating lowest terms, to Mr S. B. BLANcUAOD, 713, callowgato, Glasgol'. IATANTED, for Theatre Royal, Llanelly, South WY Wales (New Wood
December 26, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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MISS S CLARA BATEMAN, ALt Serio-Comic and Ballad Vocalist. Address, 115, Great Russell-street, Bedford-square. The Vital Spark. E Z N N Y HR I L5 LJ GRAND THEATRE, LEEDS. Rehearsal. Agent, Thos. Holmes. "Jenny Hill has returned to the Folly after an absence of four months, and I
December 26, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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READY ON MONDAY, JANUARY TIHE TIEIRD. IOV A C T O R, S D R A W. Mrs liELEY HENRY NEVILLE Auics CoImPTON GENEVIEVE WARD AlTH'UlR IV. PINRO K lYRLE BELLEW NEEL-LT IIATI]ERLEYl GEORGE GIDDENS AV. 11. IElNDAL IHOWARD PAUL A. IIALTUy CARLOTTA LECLERC(Q lLA DIE'Z ADELAIDE NEWTON 11. CE
December 26, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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"('1 A E "o 0 P A N Y. (J ManliaeirsT W. ROBERRTSON and IT. BRUCE. No further dlltesq for thse pieces,'tAl; th1 C th Coma-m" t nO1 prlig wt ho ioalm for the ?? Cste'' Company (No. 1). ?? E (GTJVINO(I" PROVINCIAL TOUR. . BI ny ArratIlgs'tletel Vith Messr.j Jainmes and Thorne, `T B
December 26, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"The Upper Crust" Company at Hanley.

"The Upper Crust" Company at Hanley.

Oss Friday evening (17th inst.), at the conclusion of the perfor- mance at the Theatre Royal, the members of V/sc Upper Crust company, by the kind and generous invitation of Mr J. L. Toole, met at the Queen's Hotel to celebrate the 100th representation of 2/se Upper Crust in the
December 26, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MRS. BERNARD-BEERE, AS GERALDINE. IN "THE GREEN BUSHES," ADELPHI THEATRE.

MRS. BERNARD-BEERE, AS GERALDINE. IN "THE GREEN BUSHES," ADELPHI THEATRE.

MIRS. BERNARD-BEERE, AS GERALDINE. IN " THE GREEN BUSHES," ADELPHI THEATRE. Airs Bernard-Beere pleased us greatly as Geraldine, wife to Coulnor O'ltennedv. It would be considered somewhat late in the day to inquire how Geraldine contrives to find her exile husband in his far-off
December 26, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TOPICS OF THE WEEK.

TOPICS OF THE WEEK.

TOPICS OF THlE WEEK. BAn) news for Christmas is that received from the Cape. The Boers havesided with the savages, or, rather, they have, like them, taken up an attitude of hostility to England, which, end how it will, must cause iis a great deal of trouble, expense, and anxiety.
December 26, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England