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THE STAGE "All the Men and Women merely Players." No. 95. tNew Series, Fourth year, Published every Friday."] Bntered at

THE STAGE "All the Men and Women merely Players." No. 95. tNew Series, Fourth year, Published every Friday."] Bntered at

Stationer's Hall. J JAN. 12, 1883. [-Registered at the General Post Office as a"! DBT 1 Tl LNewspapei and for Transmission Abroad. J 1 Kit*. LU,
January 12, 1883 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
WANTE D , for Theatre Royal , , good Pantomime for Christmas week . Good business certain . H .

WANTE D , for Theatre Royal , , good Pantomime for Christmas week . Good business certain . H .

Wheeler , Proprietor . ROYAL , . WANTED , . to book from . 20 . , Nunn , Bros Proprietors . WANTED , and Companies for halls , Montrose , , Forfar , • etc . Sharing terms . Responsible Lady and Gentleman for stock or write , Miss , Montrose . WANTED , Juvenile Leading Man , Heav
September 10, 1886 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
OLYMPIC

OLYMPIC

On Thursday , 2 , 188 G , was revived here Shakespeare ' s : — . Duncan Mr . T . A . Palmer Mr . Kothbury Evans Miss Ethel Verne Mr . J . H . Barnes Mr . J . D . Mr . J . Dewhurst Lennox Mr . H . Mr . P . C . Beverley Fleance Miss L . Lonsdale Mr . T . Ashcrolt Seyton Mr Hubert
September 10, 1886 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Prince of Wales ( Lessee and Manager , Mr . William ; Business , Messrs . George and W .

Prince of Wales ( Lessee and Manager , Mr . William ; Business , Messrs . George and W .

F . Morton ) . commenced her tour here on Monday , for her opening Leah . Miss succeeds in holding her audience firm in the sorrow and of the despised Jewish maiden . The intensity with which Miss Bateman invests her aiduous task the attention of the house . Poor as Mr . W . L .
September 10, 1886 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
REVIEW

REVIEW

Diary of an Acthess ; or , the of Stagk Life . London . Griflith , Farran , Okeden and Welsh . if this volume had been sent forth without the warm advocacy of so liberal a as the Rev . H . C . Shuttleworth , whose pen the introduction , it would have been for tho most casual rea
September 11, 1885 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
( Lessee and Manager , « . Dillon ; Acting Manager , Mr . Harry ) . Eden Co .

( Lessee and Manager , « . Dillon ; Acting Manager , Mr . Harry ) . Eden Co .

are very fi »< - here this week under the direction of Mr . R . B . Caverley . The performance consists of tw > . The first is entitled " ' s Bower , " which decidedly does not belie its name , siuce , on Una curtain rising , the Co . are discovered , very tastefully dressed , m
September 11, 1885 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
THE STAGE

THE STAGE

Thob Most Larcklt Circulated Theatrical Paper . Advertisements received up tin 6 p . m . Wednesday . The 9 tmae to published early on Thursday , thereby offering fRcilitiee . or fibs completion of engagements by Saturday or even earlier . TERMS FOR . Cards axd Managers wastiso t
September 11, 1885 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
DRURY Aogustiis Harris , Lessee and Manager . HUMAN EATURE , the new Drama , will be Produced , ,

DRURY Aogustiis Harris , Lessee and Manager . HUMAN EATURE , the new Drama , will be Produced , ,

September 12 , at 7 . 45 . A very Powerful Company has been engaged , including a large number of popular " favourites and leading Actors and Actresses of the London . The scenery , accessories , and effects have been specially designed , has been done to make the a success , re
September 11, 1885 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
NEW WELLS THEATRE , ISLINGTON . Mr . Ward , Sole Lessee and Manager . EVERY EVENING , extraordinary success

NEW WELLS THEATRE , ISLINGTON . Mr . Ward , Sole Lessee and Manager . EVERY EVENING , extraordinary success

of Andrew H&lliday ' s great Drama , NOTRE DAME All the original effects , magnificent scenery , and appointments . Chorister boys from St . Paul ' s ; new Enthusiastic reception of Mr . Chas . w ard as Claude rollo , the Monk , which The Era says he played with dignity , power
September 11, 1885 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
XfcRITASNIA THE GREAT THEATRE JL ) HOXTON , Sole Proprietress , Mrs . S . LANE . Important engagement ,

XfcRITASNIA THE GREAT THEATRE JL ) HOXTON , Sole Proprietress , Mrs . S . LANE . Important engagement ,

at great expense , for 11 nights only . of the world ' s greatest novelty , the wonderful Elephant , " Little Jumbo . " Every evening * , at 7 , the favourite drama , THE LUCKY STONE , supported by the powerful Company . which ( aUMit ) the marvellous Elephant , " Little Jumbo ,
September 11, 1885 - The Stage - London, London, England