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WEST HARTLEPOOL, THEATRE ROYAL. VI t Lessees, Messrs KIRTLEY and BALD - Acting-Manager, Mr T. HANSELL. Companies booked "Yeomen of the Guard," Lionel Brough and " Paper-Chase," "Nell Gwvynne," Opera Rousbey's Opera, "Dorothy," all D'Oyly Carte's, "Little Lord Fauntleroy," E. Comp
August 3, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. SIIrNET.-4i1r T. C. King played a round of leading parts at Driury-lane Theatre in M1rarch, 1869, and in 1870. He also represented Vrcnney, when Amy Ttobsart was produced, Septern. ber 240th, 1870, thus commencing, his third consecutive season. lL. MI.-
February 14, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DESTRUCTION OF EXETER THEATRE.

DESTRUCTION OF EXETER THEATRE.

(FRONt OUR OWN COORRESPONDENT.) About six o'clock on Saturday moriing an alarm was raised that the theatre was on fire, and the flames spread with such rapidity that in little more than an hour from its discovery all that remained of that popular house of entertainment were the
February 14, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"THE ERA ALMANACK," 1889.

"THE ERA ALMANACK," 1889.

Everybody who knows anything of the history of the stage will remuember that it is recorded of Kean that he ate pork when he was going to play tyrants, beef for mour- derers, and imuttorn for lovers. The idea of special diet for stage creations has not descended to this extent t
June 15, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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TO PROFESSIONALS. AERTCA-GUrON LINE MAIL STEAMERS, Sailing from LIVERPOOL to NEW YORK every Saturday. WISCONSIN, Saturday June 20th, calling at Queenstown the following day. Ca.bin, 10 to 20, according to accommodation, intermediate at as low rates as by any other First-class Lin
June 13, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ALLEGATION AGAINST A MANAGER.

ALLEGATION AGAINST A MANAGER.

On Wednesday, Mr S. F. Langharn, the City and Southwark Coroner, held an inquiry at Guy's Hospital, into the circumstances attending the death of Robert Barber, aged 70, lately residing at the Farm House, Lant-street, Borough, whom it was alleged was fatally injured in a quar- r
January 14, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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?? ?? ILLIAM BOURNE, Sixth Year of Tour with his successful Drama, "1MAN TO MAN'." Vacation during Panltollinie Season. Address letters, Mr VILLIAA BOUsRsE, Tower Holuse, Itngent-Lrroce, Leami ngton. Fourteeth Year Solid anud unappoachable success. l~ir Henry P'eect as:net rd ste
January 5, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN CHESTER.

AMUSEMENTS IN CHESTER.

(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) NEW THEATRE ROYAL.-Proprietor, ' Mr Jas. IV. Carter; Lessee, Major-General Playfair-After the few drawbacks and slips inseparable almost from the earlier performances, the pantomime of Cinsdercl1c is now in full swing, and is, we are happy to say, a
January 5, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA

THE ERA

SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1889. "TlHE ERA" LIBEL CASE. "Journalists," said Mr Justice FIELD, in his summing-up, in the case of " Barnes v. Ledger," in the Court of Queen's Bench, on Monday, " per- form a very important function. The right of discussion is the most valuable possession w
April 13, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ACTUAL FACTS ABOUT MACBETH.

THE ACTUAL FACTS ABOUT MACBETH.

TEIE ACTUAL FACTS ABOUT MACBETH. __ A.._ ?? ?? A.. .. ?? .. ?? n TO THE EDITOR OF THE ERA. r r Sir,-The following just now should prove of con- f l. siderable interest to your readers and to playgoers t o generally. I ) Malcolm I., King of Scotland, died in 1033, leaving i a two
January 5, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England