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L S eY a E TU M.- Sole Leseee and Manager, Mr HENRY IRVING. Every Evening (except Saturday), at 80, MACBETH. Macbeth, Mr Henry Irving; Lady Macbeth, Miss Ellen Terry. MATINEES,-MACBTH, To.day (Saturday), at 2 0, and every Saturday in June, excepting June 29th. On these Saturdays
May 25, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NEW BRISTOL THEATRE.

NEW BRISTOL THEATRE.

NEW BRISTOL TIIEATRE. 1- rJ .i at On Tuesday, at the Bristol Police-court, Mr J. o. c a Clifton (Clifton, Carter, and Co.) on behalf of Mr bc f, Walter Reynolds, renewed his application to the bench wa 4d for an expression of approval of Mr Edwards' plans- of a pe lynew theatre p
May 25, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SELF-ADVERTISEMENT.

SELF-ADVERTISEMENT.

SELF - ADVER TISEMEN T. An American gentleman, after inspecting the internal arrangemllents of a provincial newspaper office, and finding everything to his satisfac- tion, said to the editor, "There is only one mistake you make. You don't advertise yourself ! Why don't you run aw
May 29, 1886 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE BURNING OF THE GRAND THEATRE.

THE BURNING OF THE GRAND THEATRE.

THE BURNING OF THE GRXND THEATRE. Henry Fairclough, the stable-keeper, who is lying in St. Bartholomew's Hospital, having had one of his legs amputated, and with other injuries, the result of the fire at the Grand Theatre, Islington, is reported to be progressing as well, under t
January 7, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NEW PLAYS OF THE MONTH.

NEW PLAYS OF THE MONTH.

LONDON. i. 1. The Woman Hater, farcical comedy, in three acts, by David Lloyd (produced for the first time in England at Theatre Royal, Newcastle, Sept. 2d)-Terry's. 3. Beaping the Harvest, drama, in a prologue and three acts, by Alfred Stafford (originally pro- duced at Theatre
January 7, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

fl R U P. Y - L A N E, THE NATIONAL THEATRE. Every Evening, at 7 20, THE OPERA CLOAK. At 8-, THE ROYAL OAK. Great Artistic Success. A Play of Human Interest. Magnificent Scenery. Beautiful Dresses. Charming Comedy. Roars of Laughter. Rounds of Applause. Emotional Tears. Grand Spe
November 16, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

C RYSTAL PALACE.- U Tuesda,. Nov. 19th, at Three, Third Visit of Mrs John Wood, Mr Arthur Cecil, and the Entire Court Theatre Company, AUNT JACK. Thursday, Nov. 21st, at Three, the Compans from Toole's Theatre in THE BUNGALOW. Seats, Is. to 5s. ST. JAMES'S HALL, PICCADILLY.- TWEN
November 16, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE THEATRES BILL.

THE THEATRES BILL.

On Tuesday last, at the weekly meeting of the London County Council, at the Guildball (Lord ROSE- BEBRY in the chair), Mr CHARLES HARRISON, as Chair- man of the Parliamentary Committee, presented its report, stating that among the matters in respect of which the Council had not
November 16, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS ) ASHITOS. OPERA HOUSE -Lessees, Messrs Wm. Revill and Son.- Miss Emma Rainbow and comipany commenced a second week's engagement on Alonoay night in Proved Priue. Miss Rainbow sustained the rdle of the hermine with much force and feeling. The support
July 23, 1887 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"THE WITNESS."

"THE WITNESS."

A New and Original Play, in Three Acts, by G. HL R. Dabbs, M.D., produced for the First Time at the Prince of Vales's Royal Theatre, Southampton, on Friday Evening, May 24tb, 1S89. Sir Charles Fairfax ?? Mr C. FOREste DRusiMOND Mr Basing ?? Mr HuRaEscocuRT Charles Darrell, M.B.
June 1, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England