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AMUSEMENTS IN HALIFAX.

AMUSEMENTS IN HALIFAX.

(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) GRAND THEATRE. -Bobinson Crusoe was produced on Christmas Eve, when one of the largest audiences that has ever been gathered together within the walls of this popular house since the inaugural week assembled to witness what is sure to be one of the
December 28, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ROYAL COLLEGE OF MUSIC.

ROYAL COLLEGE OF MUSIC.

Wve have often remarked upon the important services that can be rendered to music by the colleges and academies devoted to the art giving performances of the works of composers which are neglected by other societies. There are, as musicians well know, a great many noble composit
December 28, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CHARLES WARNER'S EXPERIENCES.

CHARLES WARNER'S EXPERIENCES.

I "My early history ?" said Mr Charles Warner to the representative of a New Zealand paper the other day. .Well, I have never told it all before, so you will have something quite fresh for your readers. You are right, I was a runaway-a stage-struck boy of seventeen. Night after
December 28, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CHRISTMAS AT THE MUSIC HALLS.

CHRISTMAS AT THE MUSIC HALLS.

By the time these lines are in print King Pantomime will have most effectually asserted his sway in all parts of civilised Britain, and as his chief ministers have graduated at the temples of frivolity, where the audi- ences have no very ardent esthetic craving, and where, accor
December 28, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

WHEiN the male patrons of the Palais Royal are too much shocked to laugh and the female ones cover their faces to conceal their blushes, it may be guessed that Palais Royal farce or comedy has gone a little further than usual in the direction of indecency, and that the only safe
December 28, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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MUSIC HALL GOSSIP.

MUSIC HALL GOSSIP.

MR TANNAKER BUHICROSAN introduced, at the South London Palace, on Monday last, a troupe of eight Japanese performers, who did a quaint and in several particulars novel turn. After exhibitions of skill in block playing, umbrella spinning, and juggling, odd dances were done by som
December 28, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"A DREAM OF WEALTH."

"A DREAM OF WEALTH."

A good ballet should possess two distinct merits. It should give opportunity for dramatic pantomime on the part of the principal artists, and it should alsb afford excuse for the display of the gorgeous and dazzling spec- tacle which we expect at our great London variety the atr
December 28, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ENTERTAINMENT AT ASCOT.

ENTERTAINMENT AT ASCOT.

On Saturday the performance for charity of Sir Charles Young's Yellow Rosces by Miss Genevieve Ward and Mr W. El. Vernon, and of Miss Harriet Young's operetta Tobacco Jars, drew a large crowd to the Royal Stand at Ascot, which had been tastefully fitted up as a theatre. Miss War
December 28, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN WEST HARTLEPOOL.

AMUSEMENTS IN WEST HARTLEPOOL.

(FfRo03 OUR OWN CORRlFSPONDlFNT.) VAIFTY TiresTrE.- l.esse, !r l'arl Stein : Aeting-Manaeeer, Mr Arthur Stein.- The rreairaemeont prodiced their first "annillI" on Mlondav evesing to a crowded heu-re. The title i-i l;uibs 'er-rCries e areil A ;. So- p Ce--- ese, tle' WI'eeeklee-
December 28, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN MANCHE

AMUSEMENTS IN MANCHE

STER. (FROXt OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT).- _ TuxEAME ROYAL.-Lessee and Manae r. Mr T. Ramsay; Acting-Mfanager, Mr J. Ht. Core.-Dieck h/iftingten, which is the subject of the pantomime at this theatre, was presented last Saturday evening with a wealth of scenery and stage accessories w
December 28, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England