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"THE IRRATIONALS."

"THE IRRATIONALS."

TITE IRRATIONALS." Thie second performalice this sensate by the amateulrs ilown as " The Irrationals ?? wvas give,, onl INcenllesday afternoon at the Olympic Thcatre, when a successful representation was the result, the etitire performtance goinag as smoothly as possible midt'e t
June 6, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
COUNTY COUNCIL AND AMUSEMENTS.

COUNTY COUNCIL AND AMUSEMENTS.

At the meeting of the London County Council (Lord ROSEBERY in the chair), at the Guildhall, last Tuesday, Mr F. G. FARDELL submitted the report of the Theatres and Music Halls Committee. That body reported that they had considered a letter from MIr J. W. Searle, dated Nov. 16th,
December 21, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"CLARISSA HARLOWE."

"CLARISSA HARLOWE."

"CAlR'ISSA ILARLUWEL." 01 A Dramna i'i Five Acts, b Adapted fronm Ri, h'rrdsn's Novel by AV. H. Wills, ai ,t'rddived at the Theatre Ito~ al, iiruiringharn, D~c. Itha, SS9~. iiohert Lovelae ?? HENRY V15ART John Belf ?? It. TRIPP EDUAR S i'iehard Mowhra% ?? rE. NORr~cvrr Ci Jaim, T
December 21, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN LIVERPOOL.

AMUSEMENTS IN LIVERPOOL.

AMUSEMENTS IN LIVEPbPOOL. ROYAL ALEXANDRA THEATRE-Losses, Mr E. bakeor ; Trea- surer, Mr F. WilkinlsolA celebrated critic has wisely saidl that Shatkeepeare's Taveefthe, Nig/ct, " for simplicity Of Plot anl arrangemient of characters, fox an amusing series of adven- tures, and fo
May 7, 1881 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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RU TR Y - L A N E.- D THE NATIONAL THEATRE. AUGUSTUS HARRIS, Lessee and Manager. At 816, VIRGINIUS. Preceded by THE STORES. John DCul- lough, John Ryder, J. H. Barnes, J. R. Gibson, G. Andrews, Le Lange, and Mr AugustUS Harris; Miss Lydia Cowell and Mrs Arthur Stirling. TOHN M'CU
May 7, 1881 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA IN BRUSSELS.

THE DRAMA IN BRUSSELS.

(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) THIeS week Brussels has put on its gayest attire by way of conveying to the Princess St6plsanie thelbeartfelt wishes of the inhabitants for health ?? happiness in her new Austrian home. The popuilar fete of Sunday last was brought to a close by a ma
May 7, 1881 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TRAGEDY AT THE ROYAL ACADEMY.

TRAGEDY AT THE ROYAL ACADEMY.

Following the plan ire have adopted in former years of dlecting fist, of al from the Exhibition of the Royal Academy pictures of dramatic interest, we commence with those in which the tragic element prevails, and assuredly there is no little tragedy in No. 12, " Her Daughter's L
May 7, 1881 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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AVI I N I'S AGENCY. TlIEATICWAL, MUSIOAL, asid GENERAL AGENT, 491 TltlE- STREET, ST. JAMES'S, LONDON, S.W. (OficO Hoers Eleven till Thiee Daily.) - S. A- do Patrravictiti ias SpoeciaL Correspotadents in Everly Capital it Europe, Aitterten, at]d the Colonies. a ?? itt New Yorl-J G
May 7, 1881 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LICENSED VICTUALLERS' SCHOOL.

LICENSED VICTUALLERS' SCHOOL.

The children of the Licensed Victuallers' School, 200 in number, enjoyed on Saturday last the treat of witnessing the morning performauce of Haverly's Minstrels at Her Majesty's Theatre. apleasure which they owed to the kindness of Mr William Foote, the Manager, and Mr Charles F
January 29, 1881 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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MISS ELINOR LOVEDAY, LOLA, Frank Marshall and Antonio Orsini's Comic Opera, produced at the OLYMPIC THEATRE, Jauuary 15th. OLYMPIC THEATRE, Evr--vlizz MtllrISS FANNY EDWARDS, iti Specially Engaged by Charles Morton, Esq., to Play her Original Part of THE DUCIIESS, In " La Fille d
January 29, 1881 - The Era - London, London, England