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MR. DAMPIER AS RICHARD THE THIRD.

MR. DAMPIER AS RICHARD THE THIRD.

OPINIONS OF THE AUSTRALIAN PRESS, 18792S0 (CONTINIueo.) Alfred Damtpler, who, Iin the year ]870G, cansed coneirdcrable excite. ?? InI the colonial literary and th'atrical world by bin original iniper- sonation of Hamlet, hoe produced a version of 1?iphard the Third whirch adhicr
November 28, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

7'v 11NCIAL THEATRICALS. I. ?? "Ir COON CORRESPONDENTS.) - (cI cc IL ?? l . 1 .-U r . a I ABERDEESI. ji I ?? TitsArTRE.-Lessee and Mlanageress, Bliss 4tiie ?? hi. Talbot (the popular tragediarn) com- a1 s'ot Iengagement lcere on BMolndaly evening, in a round favour'ite cliti(3cte
November 28, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

TANTED, 'CIRCUS COMPANY Complete, with or iithout Horses, to commence December 20th. Ring Master, - write. StatC lowest terms ant full particulars. Silence ?Iata~cejr~j' Address, until Wednesday, Herr FLEUR, Post-office, r, >11 i j Sl~l Mamlch oeter. MYERS'S AMERICAN HIIPPODROME,
November 28, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

Mir I S S W A L L I S. ADELPHI THEATRE, every Evening, as "NINON," a New and Original Play, wvritter. expressly for her by W. G. Wills, Esq. M I S S M A R R I 0 T T. Address, Mr RICEURD EDGAR, 72, lanchcster-road, Southport. ISS GENEVIEVE WARD, FORGET-ME-NOT, PRINCE OF WALES THEA
March 7, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A Theatre in Chancery.

A Theatre in Chancery.

The application of Mr Richardson, the musicseller in Eldon- street, Barnsley, to restrain the continuance of theatrical performances in a wooden building erected upon a piece of ground adjoining his premises, was renewed before Vice- Chancellor Mslins on Thursday. The applisant'
March 7, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE HON. LEWIS WINGFIELD.

THE HON. LEWIS WINGFIELD.

TIHE HION. LEWIS WINGFIELD In the Victoria Magazine for the present month will be found an article which will be read with great interest by a host of literary, musical, artistic, and theatrical readers. The subject is the career of the Hon. Lewis Wingfield, whose life although h
March 7, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DUKE'S THEATRE.

DUKE'S THEATRE.

When an actor has played a character for more than two thousand nights in England, America, California, Australia, New Zealand, and elsewhere, with general acceptance, he naturally believes there must be something in his imper- sonation of more than average merit. Mr Clarance Ho
March 7, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
IMPERIAL THEATRE.

IMPERIAL THEATRE.

[The followibW appeared in our TowN EPITIOx of Last Week.] The boards of this house-now at the disposal of amateurs during the evenings of the week-were occupied last Saturday by the members of the Thespian Dramatic Club, who were anxious to swell the funds of that capital Insti
March 7, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE "FRIENDLY ZULUS" IN CHANCERY.

THE "FRIENDLY ZULUS" IN CHANCERY.

THE "FRIENDLY ZULUS" IN dHANCERY. Mr Glasse, Q.O. (with whom was Mr Grosvenor Woods), moved last Saturday morning, before Vice-Cbancellor Malins, on behalf of Mr William Albert Dando and Mr George William Harman, to restrain a Mr Brown from exhibiting a troupe of " Friendly Zulus
March 7, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
An Actor and his Coachman.

An Actor and his Coachman.

At the Westminster County Court, on Monday last, the case of Drake v. Knight Aston was heard before Mr Judge Bayley. The plaintiff, formerly the defendant's coachman, sued to recover 24 3s. 6d., It appeared from the plaintiff's statement that he had been some time in the defenda
March 7, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England