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AMATEURS AT BLACKHEATH.

AMATEURS AT BLACKHEATH.

The Fifth Kent Artillery Volunteers may be complimented upon the histrionic talent of their dramatic club, which gave this week three performances at the Alexandra Hall, Black- heath, the attendance being good, and the dramatic fare appearing to be greatly relished by the visito
April 11, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE SOUTHGATE MINSTRELS.

THE SOUTHGATE MINSTRELS.

THE SOUYTHGATE MINSTRELS. A very pleasant ctertainment was given on Friday (the 2d), by the Southlgate Minstrels, at the Manor Rooms, High-streeb, Hackney. The performance was announced as being in con- nection with the Clapton Cricket Clhb, by which one may suppose that some of
April 11, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
COLLINS'S.

COLLINS'S.

MUD H. SPRAICE'S BENbrFJT.-Thc popularity of the General Manager of the little Hall on the Green at Islington appa- rently knows no bounds. Year by year it continues to extend, both the public adl the Profession adding to its proportions. His annual benefit took place on the eve
April 11, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MISS HELEN BARRY IN LEICESTER.

MISS HELEN BARRY IN LEICESTER.

MISS 1HEL3N BARRY IN LEIOESTER. It is only on vcry rare occasions that the Theatre Royal is crowded as it was last siight, every seat in gallery, pit, amiphitheatr, boxes, balcony stalls, and private boxes being occupied. Sor vas the vast audience to be sent away disappointed, fo
April 11, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

P I OY IN CI A I T HE ATRIC ALBS. ?? - lAPONDENT.9.) Wf0. II JVN ounr ?? ?? i AAEBDEEEN. -LT C LrH.-This popular place of arnuse- ?? ?? this wesek. There is a variety com- meut is *vell l'2tronisd tllise eomners being Mr W. H. Vane vany of excellent 0~erit, ry tnd Monti (cbaracte
April 11, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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MR. GEORGE RIGNOLD AS HENRY THE FIFTH

MR. GEORGE RIGNOLD AS HENRY THE FIFTH

The King himself is portrayed with marvellous skill,anld every shade of hlis eharacter, his nobility and playfulness, his energy and reflectiveness, his intensity and tenderness, are most charmingly set forth, so that Henry is seen, not only as "1every inch a, king." but wve Ioo
April 11, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

RYSTAL PALACE.- C~~ R Y i P AA LL C ?? ending satilrdcily, April 17tLI. MONDAY, April 2ttth.-Istrrnmenltol Concert. Malkn Siblille. Til.l-Pla'. AS YOU LIKE IT, under the Directiol of Miss Carlisle. Tall:ing Machine. WVEDNESDAY, ,, i4th -Inst rutmental Coneert. WEDNESDAY, ~~Talkin
April 11, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TOPICS OF THE WEEK.

TOPICS OF THE WEEK.

GREAT aston5ishment is expressed at the suddlen, and in many cases unexpected, victories won by the Liberals-; but there is in reality nothing more startling in the changes of the political kaleidoscope in 1880 than there was in 1874, when, after a long course of Liberal triumph
April 11, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TEMPLE AMATEUR SOCIETY.

TEMPLE AMATEUR SOCIETY.

TEMPLEP AMATEUR SOCIETY. ''For the benefit of the wsilowv and children of a late friend"s the mnembers of the 'Temple Amateur Dramatic -anti Musical S'ociety, onl the evening ol' Alond y 1Iset, gave an entertainment at the Imperial Thslealt-sa' a sosnehatba am-bitious programmne,
April 11, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

MADEMOISELLE ..EA TRICE'IS /. COMEDY-DfIAMA COMPANY un1der the Management of Mr FRANK HARVEV. Tenth VYea of Tour. Mr FRANK HARVEY Mri THOMAS B. APPLEPY Miss ANNIE BALDWIN Mr HENRY ANDREWS Miss EMILIE EYRE Mr DAVID GAUNT Miss LIZZIE BALDWIN Mr IIENRY BENNETT Miss IDA COURTNEY Mr A
April 11, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England