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THE DRAMA IN BRUSSELS.

THE DRAMA IN BRUSSELS.

(FROM OUR O\VN CORRESPONDENT.) THE earlier closing of the Exhibition doors, cousbined with the cold and wet weather, is bringing large audiences to the Theatres and other places of entertainment. A fresh one seems to open or reopen nearly every week ; so that the number of attra
October 24, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN MANCHESTER.

AMUSEMENTS IN MANCHESTER.

TaRETiuc 1tROYAL.-dfessrs Duffield and Lawton.-Miss Jennie Lee conclndes her engagemenit here this week, Jo having bcen the play throegliout her twelve nights' esgggement. PaiNcee's TiEATRE,-Lesseeand Director, dir Charles Bernerd. -Last Monday Dlr and DMrs Dl'Kee Rankin opened
October 10, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS ON THE CONTINENT.

AMUSEMENTS ON THE CONTINENT.

(FROna OUR OWN CORtIESPONI)FNT.) VIENNA, SEPTEMBEt 18.-Although. tiae two Imperial Theatres have now been open for soene weeks, the performances leave hitherto called for no special notice. At the Opera, many of the principal singers are still enjoying their holiday, anil their
September 26, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
P RO[ V I N C( I A 1

P RO[ V I N C( I A 1

i TH E A T I 1I A. 1,S. (FROM orrn OWs CORRESiPONDENTS.) - ABERDEEN.~ S M'FARLAND'S MTUsIC IIAti.-TIhe novelty for this week is the per- C formanco of Professor Gordon'scdogs and monkeys. Mr Joe M'Dowell, 'a a capital character vocalist, on his first appearance was wvell received
April 4, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

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July 25, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"THE ERA" FOREIGN LETTER-BOX.

"THE ERA" FOREIGN LETTER-BOX.

rTH!E, ERA" FOREIGN LETTER-BOX, -A 9t ansped e"Ibp, Plai-puy addressed, nust be en closed Iit ?? for each letter. COMMUNICATIONS AWAITw 2Xsldrr-i, Miss hlester Alrciiagic. Mtiss Bmcsie heruliarlt. M adamse Saral jierisur Mr A. muilr, Mr llorac jroiiliali), M r W . H i. totnlYn, M
May 9, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMATEURS AT ST. GEORGE'S HALL.

AMATEURS AT ST. GEORGE'S HALL.

On Saturday evening last we were present at a performance by amateurs, at St. George's Hall, Which deserved more favourable mention than we are generally able to give to dramatic aspirants. The amateurs certainly attempted rather an ambitious piece. Nothing less than The Sc/toot
May 9, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ROYAL ITALIAN OPERA.

ROYAL ITALIAN OPERA.

On Saturday last Madame Albani reappeared in the opera in whicha she first delighted the patrons of the Royal Italian Opera. ThIis was in Bellini's &Sonsnsambuonla. an opera which, hackneyed as it is, never fails to charm the multitude by its grace and melody, and the fortunes o
May 9, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL CRICKET.

THEATRICAL CRICKET.

Fine weather favoured "the meet " of the First Eleven of the Profession and the Next Fifteen at the Eton and Middlesex Ground, Primrose-hill, on Tuesday last. The aun shone gloriously throughout the (lay, and its heat was tempered by a grateful breeze. The ladies put in an appea
July 4, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TOPICS OF THE WEEK.

TOPICS OF THE WEEK.

IT is evident that the Ministry is fully alive to the importance of prompt action in overcoming the Irish agitation. A Cabinet Council, at which all the Ministers were present, was held on Thursday afternoon, and after a sitting of more than four hours and a half we have every r
December 19, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England