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AMERICA. W ANTED, for Opera Burlesque Company, for September, Several BURLESQUE LALIES and Low Comedians, all first-class and able to Sing and Dance ; Character Dancers, Speciality Artists, Stage-Manager and Conductor (to arrange and compose). Long Ecgtagement. Lowcest (moderate)
March 21, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
RACING NOTES.

RACING NOTES.

The curtailment of the Croydon Meeting may or may not have been a wise measure on the part of the Lessees, but apparently the fixture would have stretched into Thursday without leading to any loss, and no doubt the sport would have been as good on the day named as it was at Brom
March 7, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Masonic Ball.

Masonic Ball.

The Bsethren of the Carnarvon and Mizpah Lodges (Nos. 1,572 and 1,671), two well-known City Lodges, gave their fourth annual ball on Friday, the 27th ult., at Cannon-street Hotel, upon which occasion a large and fashionable company were present. The efforts of the Stewards were
March 7, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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
 

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THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

T-lE IToN~mN O - - 7 - -H- THE, Ij()NDO(N MUSIC ElALLB.. THE MARYLEBONE. Blr BeOtting lhes always mnenifested a strong desire to secure novelties qn)d specialities for his Hall. He has Just now an item in his entertainment which is certainly new and unique, and is apparently very
March 7, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MRS. COWDEN CLARKE ON "THE MERCHANT OF VENICE."

MRS. COWDEN CLARKE ON "THE MERCHANT OF VENICE."

PIRS. COWDEN CLAR1KE ON "TIJE hIERCHANT OF VENICE" ?? . . T l - He - :. _ A lew weeks since Mr Sam ?? of Birmingham a well-known Shakespearian scholar, forwarded to Mrs Cowden Clarke at Genoa "Shakespeare from a Builder's point of view, a paper read by Mr 'IV. T. Bennett, a Birmi
March 7, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SADLER'S WELLS THEATRE.

SADLER'S WELLS THEATRE.

(The jollouri~w appeared in our TowN EDITION ol Last Week.) I A morning performance of Macbeth was given last Saturday at Sadler's Wells for the purpose of introducing to the English stage Herr L. Martin Eiffe, of the Ducal Theatre, Bleiuengen. There was not a very large audienc
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
 
CRYSTAL PALACE CONCERTS.

CRYSTAL PALACE CONCERTS.

There has been seldom seen a more brilliant audience at the Crystal Palace Concerts than that assembled last Saturday to witness the first appearance this season of Herr Joachim, and seldom, also, has that great violinist been heard to greater advantage; the beauty and fullness
March 7, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England