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"FREDA."

"FREDA."

" 1F I: D) A." An Original Play, in Three ALne, produced for the First Thie on Tuesday Afterutooti, July 10th, 1S87, at the Strand Theatre, and Writtee by Mlessr-s ?? Bossy aud W F. elemOrO Coiscel Henlry Steele . M. Air AlvVURrI MactenG Richard Steele ?? Mir HAeY GRAICatN The ie
July 23, 1887 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRES AND THE BOARD OF WORKS.

THEATRES AND THE BOARD OF WORKS.

iTHEATBES AND THE BOARD OF WORKS. The Building Act committee reported on the 15th inst., at the meeting of the Metropolitan Board of lrorke, that they had unanimously elected Mr Tatton Egerton, MT., chairman of the committee. The following recommendations were adopted :-"That a n
July 23, 1887 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE HOLIDAY ENTERTAINMENTS.

THE HOLIDAY ENTERTAINMENTS.

THE HOLIDAY ENTERTAIIINLEINTS. At the West-End Pantomime is not so strongly repre-. sented as it used to be. COVENT-GARDEN is opened as, a Circus, and DRURY-LANE alone commemorates the festival of "Boxing Night," by producing Babea in the Wood with special scenic magnificence. At
December 22, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

For other "Wanted" Advertisements see preceding Page. W1tANTED.-Harry Dashwood, Comique, and Mabel Comely, Serio, with Dillons Combination, Star, Stockton. Re-engaged for May 27th. Monday, Prince of Wales's Theatre, Middlesbrou6gh. W ANTED, Known, Fred. Carlos and Annie OVD'Lonra
April 27, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

Tor THE GRAND THEATRE, LEEDS.- nkT The Directors of the ,ul THEATRE and OPERA HOUSE. LEEDS (Limited) ff. are prepared to receive Tenders for a Lease of the above ny Theatre from May Ist, 1889. VlI For particulars, apply to the Secretary, C. Mfr R. INGSrTOs, ia- at the Registered
June 16, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

\ Tl1 '~l~lSeaside Engagement, good 11 "ci ,I , a11i- F, tes. Galas, Gard en Parties, Flower ~ y lii finsish-d starring Gaiet% , Wolverhamtupon, J oht and Judy. Entgattements to Uldox%,ih Fetcs, Ecele.shall. Alnwieh- Castle, I' doeslisr%, Dudley Castle. cc with rlqalMarionettes,
June 16, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

;5 1 S M A R R I 0 T T. Address, RIcHARD EoaAR, 94, Manchester-road, Southport. ; 1S S 1; A T E S A N T L EY. Address, Royalty Theatre, London. ?? S B A T E M A N (Mrs. Crowe). Letters addressed. 4, Grove-gardens, N.W., will be forwarded. S GENEVIEVE WARD. Address, 10, Cavendish-
May 5, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

MRS LEIGH MURRAY will make ber final appearance en the stage in her original character of Mrs Foley, in Forget-Me-Not, with Miss Genevieve Ward as the Marquise de Mohrivait, at her benefit matinee at the Haymarket Theatre on Wednesday next. IT has been incorrectly stated that Mr
May 5, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE UNSAVOURY DRAMA.

THE UNSAVOURY DRAMA.

be *k. SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1888. *n. In our review of the dramatic year which cih ended last December, we congratulated our readers in, to on the fact that hardly any entertainment during Th thelasttwelvemonth justified the statement madeby we a celebrated authoress that it was sca
May 5, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England
 
'ROGER LA HONTE; OR, JEAN THE DISGRACED."

'ROGER LA HONTE; OR, JEAN THE DISGRACED."

I - sj ' RO G E R Lb A 7OhTE - OR, JEAN THE DIS f ONT E b - Adaptation, by Robert DUA.-~ -. Irt An Adaptation, by Robert BuchanACr,}, Mr Acts, Roger la IHonte, l'y Juih's '"Ia of0 tha,~ iln - ter Produced at the Elephant and i Thadre 5 "', 'storPi ey purposes only, on Thursday Af
December 1, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England