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AMUSEMENTS IN BERLIN.

AMUSEMENTS IN BERLIN.

?? M .w._ (FROw OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) VERY little has been doing in the theatrical world here during the past weeks, none of the managers having produced new pieces. At the Residenz.Theater Herr Ludwig Barnay put forward last Thursday Crdufn lea, a powerful play by Paul Linda.
April 23, 1887 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A "CAVERN OF MYSTERIES."

A "CAVERN OF MYSTERIES."

Probably one of the most unique exhibitions ever seen in the Midland Counties is the " Cavern of Mysteries " at the Aston Lower Grounds, Birmingham, opened to the public for the first time on Good Friday. The Cavern is situated in the Aquarium at the rear of the bear pit, and is
April 23, 1887 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SARAH BERNHARDT and M. P. WILDER.

SARAH BERNHARDT and M. P. WILDER.

ISARAH BERNHBARDT and M. P. WILDER. On a recent afternoon, Madame Bernhardt, arrayed in one of Worth's most exquisite sleeveless robes, paced up and down impatiently in her gorgeous chamber in the Hoffman House, New York. She had an engagement to receive at luncheon that genial r
April 23, 1887 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"CREEPING SHADOWS."

"CREEPING SHADOWS."

A New Five-act Realistic Drams, written by Mr Butler Stanhope, produced at the Theatre Royal, Birkenhead, on Monday, April 18th, 1887. Harry Chaplin ?? Mr JoaN AUssrY Lester Benson ?? Mr J. W. EvELYs Clarance Benson .Mr GMrromn GGAUNT George Sheridan . lr R. DOUGLAS Cornelius Wa
April 23, 1887 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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April 23, 1887 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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MI SS A N N I E I RISH, as LINA NELSON, in "The Harbonr Lights." ADELPHI THEATRE. M ISS M A B E L PATE, MARYLEBONE THEATRE, Every Evening. Lead, Juvenile Lead, Ingenues. I S S EVELYN LEWIS at Liberty. Address, The Deest House, BromsgroVe. Juvenile Lead. MISS K. M. N E V I L L E,
April 23, 1887 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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J. E. D OD S O N. ?? v-~liet redl1 Queekett are capitally personated by ?lr J. ~ Del 1- irlie betters his reputation with each new character E D5 e-he Era. h itull gMlAJESTY'S THEATRE, CARLISLE. r. J F. G R AHAM, 3I Specially Engaged by Miss De Grey. -4;y GLOSTER and iERCUTIO, il
April 23, 1887 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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The Famous and Unrivalled Shakespearian I Biy SULLIVAN commenced his Annual Tour on Monday, Sept. 18th, 1886, at Blackpool. The Principal Cities Of the Empire to follow. All dates filled. BARRY SULLIVAN is supported by a Carefully Selected Company of First-class Artistes. The fol
April 23, 1887 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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MR. HENRY D. BURTON, 1X1 the Popular Comedian, with his Specially organised Company. Eighth Year of uninterrupted Tour. Inormnous success of the new Three-Act Drama, by Geo. Capel, " A FOOL'S FIDELITY," produced at Theatre Royal, Birmincham. Complimented by Press, Public, and Man
April 23, 1887 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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R f. fENRY BESLEY, late Messrs. Clayton and Cecil's Company, CAPE TOWN THEATRE, S.A. Agents, Messrs Blackmore and Mr Harrington Baily. ~ ~ T. C. B1NDLOSS, Touring with Miss Anderson. Disengaged May 30th. Address, care of Mr A. Buroham, Mr Abud, or Mr H. Baily. rBR A T HO L B L A
April 23, 1887 - The Era - London, London, England