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AMATEURS AT MALTA.

AMATEURS AT MALTA.

(FROM A CoflRESPONDENT.) I dare say a good many of your readers have no idea that in Malta there is one of the prettiest and most comfortable little Opera Houses in the world, and that it was in this house that Albani, now become so famous, first began to make a name, The opera
March 7, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMATEURS AT KING'S-CROSS.

AMATEURS AT KING'S-CROSS.

,AlUATEURS AT RING'S-CROSS. There appears to be a certain modesty, a quality rare among amateurs, in the doings of the Carleton Dramatic Club, for the members df this Society described their performance on Saturday last at the King's-cross Theatre as their " first private drawing
March 7, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A NEW COMPOSER.

A NEW COMPOSER.

Anton Dvorak is the name of a new composer introduced to the critical audience of the Monday Popular Concerts on the 23d ult. It must be confessed that the names of some of the new aspirants to musical fame are not more melodious than their compositions. One of the best of moder
March 7, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE WHITTINGTON DRAMATIC SOCIETY.

THE WHITTINGTON DRAMATIC SOCIETY.

_ . . ?? ?? ?? . . . . _ , . .I . If we cannot commend the Whittington Dramatic Societyin everything, we can, at all events, praise their modesty in attempting only one piece. In most cases, when we are invited to witness amateurs, we find a programme of three or four pieces. In
March 7, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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ESTIMONIAL TO EDWARD LEDGER, T EDUtOR AND PROPRIETOR OF "1THE ERA." COMMITTEE: S. B. BANCRIOFT HENRY NEVILLE 11. J. BYRION T. SWINB3OURNE JOHN HARE EDWARD TERRY HENRY IltVING THOMAS TH-ORNE DAVID JAMIE$ J. L. TOOLE WV. II. KIENDAL CHARLES WARNER Mr EDWARD LIIDGER will be presente
March 7, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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PUBLIC PRIVILEGES.

PUBLIC PRIVILEGES.

However wild an animal your British Public used to be, be has of late grown marvellously mild and commendably reason- able. He may at times feel himself injured and may resent acts which appear to him to trespass upon his rights, but he shows his ill-feeling in as amiable, at an
March 7, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE.

HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE.

Owing to the great and well-deserved success of the operatic season under Mlr Carl Rosa, at Her Majesty's Theatre, the campaign has been extended a fortnight longer than was origi- nally intended, and none can say that the fortnight has been badly employed; for, although Mr Carl
March 7, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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M I S S A G N E S LEONARD. Address, care of Air Redmmud, Princess's Theatrc. AT I S S E M M E R S O N. 1g1 ~~PRSINC MS'S THEATRE, LUCY FAIRWEATfIER, " Streets of Lo don." Address, 19, Ampthill-square, N.W.; or, Agents. Juvenile Load, Comedy, Singing. 1\/1ISS VVIOLET KE M B LE, 1
March 7, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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M ISSMARIE LONGMORE, having concluded her successful Engagemnent with Mrs Bateman, NEW SADLER'S WELLS THEATRE, now Disengaged. Address, Rosemont Whecley's-road, Edgbaston. Birmingham. "To the acting we may also give the same meed of praise. As Ganemn Miss Marie Longmuore acts wit
March 7, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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QUEEN'S ROYAL THEATRE. DUBLIS. ANTED, to open Easter Monday, March 29th, I ENTIRE COMPANY; also Leader and Full Band. Apply, E. W. WALULAMc. LECTURE HALL, DEPTFORD. 'WANTED, Entire COMPANY, except Leading I Gentleman, for Saturdays and Mondays, commencing Saturday, March 15th. Ap
March 7, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England