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THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE ROYAL. What the meteorologists call a wave of heat having sot in with the commencement of the week, the public have fought shy of the music halls, and this shyness was made apparent on Monday at the Royal by an ominous array of empty stalls. Yet the programme had much to rec
August 3, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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January 19, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MADAME PETRICI'S MATINEE.

MADAME PETRICI'S MATINEE.

The name of Madame Fetrici may be strange to some of our readers, who will. however, readily recall under the name of Miss Edmiston a bright, graceful, and intelligent actress, whose artistic efforts have often afforded them enjoyment. Madame Petrici gave a matinee at 3teinway H
July 2, 1887 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MUSIC HALL GOSSIP.

MUSIC HALL GOSSIP.

M1USIC HALL GOSSIP. k. THE words "a great hit" are used by music hall a artists generally in a metaphorical sense. It ha's been ie reserved for Mr Tom Costello to give point to their t. realistic significance in new "business" that he has ie lately introduced to metropolitan vari
April 13, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON THEATRES.

THE LONDON THEATRES.

THE PRINCESS'S. On Saturday, Nov. 30th, for the First Time, an entirely New Play, in Four Acts, by Brandon Thomas, entitled "THE GOLD CRAZE " Jonas Merton ?? Mr J. BEAUcIOAMP Colonel Verity, V.0 ?? Mr BRAXDON ELLIS Philip Verity ?? Mr W. HraRBeeT Baron de Fleurville ?? Mr J. H.
December 7, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE NEW THEATRE AT EXETER.

THE NEW THEATRE AT EXETER.

(PROM OUR OWN MORBBSPONDENT.) The new theatre which is now being erected on the site of the ill-fated building which was destroyed by fire just two years ago will, it is expected, be open to the public in October, the piece to be produced being The Yeonen of the Guard. Externall
September 14, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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jf BR. H. C ECIL BERYIL. . 1/1 All comnaunications to GRAND THEATRE, GLASGOW. London Representative. Mr Arthur Blacimo~re, 11, Garrick-street, WVC. Teleranms. ' Beryl, Glasg."` MR. J. H. SAVILE. All communications, PRINCE OF WALES'S THEATRE, BLACKPOOL. X 1' GI L EE R T T A T E M
April 13, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BEHIND THE SCENES AT THE PRINCESS'S.

BEHIND THE SCENES AT THE PRINCESS'S.

BEHIND THE SCENES_ AT THE PRINCESS'S. I A contributor to an evening contemporary writes as follows "Much as I desired to view the ins and outs of a theatre behind the scenes, and willirg as one of my friends at the Princess's was to aid me to my wish, there seemed to be no possib
June 13, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ON THE ROAD, JUNE 17.

ON THE ROAD, JUNE 17.

ARABIAN NIGHTS.-Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh. ARABIAN NIGHTS.-Theatre Royal, Workington, BALLOON Co.-Gaiety Theatre, Dublin. BARRISTER.-Theatre Royal, Belfast. BEATRICE. Mdlle.-Surrey Theatre. BEPORsOsROUGH MYSTERY--Grand T., Birmingham. BEN.MY-CHRCEE.-Shakespeare Theatre, Liverpoo
June 15, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"LITTLE CINDERELLA."

"LITTLE CINDERELLA."

" LITTLE CINDERELLA." An Original Burlesque, by J. Wilton Jones, Played for the First Time at the Tyne Theatre, Neweastle, on June 25th, 18S7. Prince Prettyboy ?? iss HMeTrY CHAPMIAN Spiffytoff ?? iss B. BLACK Boron Hardup ?? M 1 r W. IT. Nseesomn ?? Mr C F. COLLINGS Flossie ?? ?
July 2, 1887 - The Era - London, London, England