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ADEMOISE]LLE B EATRICE'Si 51. COMIEDY-DRAMA COMPANY under the Management of Mr FRANK HARVE'Y. Tenth Year of Tour. --efotes: Mr FRANKI IARVEY Mr THOMAS B. APPLELY IMiss ANNIE BALDWIN Mr HENRY ANDREWS I liss EMMA ROBBERDS Mr HENRY ROWE-GUY I tiss LIZZIE BALDWIN Mr HENRY BENNETT Mis
March 21, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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RS. CIITPPENDALE'S COMEDY COMPANY. All ?? illed until April 24th. Mllnagers of First~class Theatres (oly ) having N anoes are invited to apply. 'sSC100L FOR SCANDAL," TIHE RIVALS," ",SiHE STOOPS TO CONQUER," "NEW MEN AND OLD ACRES, "A SCRAP OF PAPER," 1SWEETHEARTS and "MARRIED LI
March 21, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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MISS FANNY ADDISOIN at Liberty on Easter Monday. Amateur Performances attended. Pupils prepared for the Stage. Address, 47, Mervan-road, Brixton, London, S.W. I S S A G N E S L E O NAR D. Address, care of Mr Rodmuid, Princess's Theatre. M I S S EMME R S O N, .LU. PRINCESS'S THEAT
March 21, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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' AT T HEWS' MINSTRELS, MAL t the ALBERT HALL, SHEFFIELD. "1 A more enjoyable two hours' entertainmeflt could not be experienced than that provided by the troupe of minstrels now appearing at the Albert i.all under the direction of Messrs T, XV., sV,, and H. Mlatthews. Thle Matth
March 21, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FOLLY THEATRE.

FOLLY THEATRE.

It was I ?? ?? IVgratification that we witnessed last Satpr- dccy afterinoon at the ?? the most successful perfornmance And the larest atteniice, vie have seen here since Mr Toole's great i isfortcune. Th'1cre was also anothler "'silver lining to the cloud" in. the shape of an a
January 25, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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SPI'IES and POND'S C R 4 I 0 N, Z:7 ~~~REGENT'S-CIRCUS, PICCADILLY. In addition to the usual features of a First-clafs Restaurant, this Establishmnent n1ow includes tile CAFE, GRILL ROOM, AMERICAN BAR, and VIENNA BIER SAAL; elegant and specially-designed MASONIC ROOMS; PRIVATE RO
September 26, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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RAMATIC AUTHORS' SOCIETY. jj The folloC iou. Tr-spelliit p Companies alone hold C aisacts to Pliy the Soeretf a Pieces. iss Martiott's Mecssrs. Wtallace Roberts and Archer's, Miss Sarah 'ci A. Usalner'se 1'dwin t'Lc-r, Charles Doruton's, Joseph It SlVil'c - Miss Gcrtrude Normnii5
September 26, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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SPIERs and POND'S C R I T E R I 0 N, REGENVS~ClRCUS, PICCADILLY. In addition to the usual features of a ?? Restauinit, this Establishnient now includes the CAFE, GRILL ROOM, AMERICAN BAR, and VIENNA BIER SAAL; elegant and specially-designed MASOSIC ROOMS; also PRIVATE ROOMS for M
October 31, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MISS ADA LESTER IN MELBOURNE.

MISS ADA LESTER IN MELBOURNE.

If it had been Miss Lester's good fortune to have made her first appearance in Melbourne in such a character as Florence Marigold, we do not hesitate to assert that she would at once have assumed that high position on the Mclbourne stage, as an exponent of high comedy, to which
October 31, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROMENADE CONCERTS, COVENT-GARDEN.

PROMENADE CONCERTS, COVENT-GARDEN.

- tvic ft/lowing appe n-i d iii ofarwN ETilNIO ol ilcl , lJ, PROMENADE CONCE1RTS, COVENT-GARDEN. I ~ I . - , -1, i L itli Suc 'L ?? andl comn- S,1dom does the lover 1) IC le 'i Siatu i; t ttile prehlcisive list of items as thalt ?? lis Sara atth Promenade Concerts. C0vlit-reiblfe
October 31, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England