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THE DRAMA IN UNLICENSED BUILDINGS.

THE DRAMA IN UNLICENSED BUILDINGS.

At the Margate Borough Police-court, on Friday, 6th, Mr Frederick Smith, of the Peppee's Ghost and Spectral Opera Company, was summoned before the Mayor (in the chair) and Messrs Keble and Willett, for unlawfully, for hire, acting, and Causing and permitting to be acted and pres
August 15, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROMENADE CONCERTS, COVENT-GARDEN.

PROMENADE CONCERTS, COVENT-GARDEN.

PROMENADE CONCERTS, COVENr-GARDEN. The plin of lovuchtig Wedneadlay evenings to music of a (Ii;L'SiC'II clitl;icter is One WlLiCh ca nuot fail to mcet the views of a large n1umllber of lot'lrs of maoic, arlrl, thterefore, we :ireslirtsnrpriseL to Itn'l as large, :mn sometimkes la
August 29, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL THEATRICA

PROVINCIAL THEATRICA

LS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) ABERDEE'l. HER MAJESTY'S THEATRC-Lessee and Manageress, Bliss Annie Baldwin (Mrs Ratisbeck Robinson).-Mr Wilson Barrett's Proof company continue their engagement here with great success. On Monday The Old Love and the Reua was produced to a very
August 29, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"A PERFECT WOMAN."

"A PERFECT WOMAN."

"A PERFECT WOMIAN." A new three-act comedy, bearing the above title, and written by Mr 11. A. Jones, author of that charming little work entitled A Clerical Error, has been printed, and has been sent to us for review. The author, with his play, for- wards an apologetic notice, in
August 22, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE OXFORD. Jennings now boasts that ho has one of the verylbest"cor uanies to be foud an ong the MIusic Halls of LndoDn tand he boasts not withot good cause. i e tolls us that the anxius tndehvis rs of the haiiitgemseltftocure new and original etndsafirlst of the bilandgehefnds
August 22, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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AD E MOISEL13 E AT RI CH'S A PE A 0 SE LECOMPANY [ADEco NI F.D Y -DRlA M -i MAN under the Management of Mr FRANK HARVEV. Eleventh Year of Tour. A, tthtes - Mr FRANK HARVEY Mliss EMIMELINE FALCONER Mr TPOMAS B. APPLEBY Miss hYRE ROBSON Mr HENRY ANDREWS Bliss LIZZIE BALDWIN AMr DAV
August 8, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ROYALTY THEATRE.

ROYALTY THEATRE.

ic/( in ,ar ToWN EPITION ot Last Wcek.] l:,OYALTY TBEATRE. u saturday, July asc0i, a NeW ?? Comedy, trek the Frentch, elntitled iPAHlLOIURS," lby II. flecue. Mr SisaprIt3 ?? .. Mr CHARLES ScGene srI eaP Goomauuffatt .. Mr EDWARD BQIsuTOe M jr (tsckleburS ?? -- Mr CHARLES GROVeS (
August 1, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE LONDONI2JUSIC' HALLS. LONDON PAVILION. MlIJ MAcDzt.0RTrrT$ ?? Thiuiiday evening las., nfter a sultry Ilay, the moon was coming sip, and so11me plea1salt lireeczs were blowing, inviting to a ramble in thh open air, JUst ait the time when we found ourselves passing tho portals
August 15, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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flRAMATIC AUTHORS' SCEY J' The folloca icy Travellinlg CaDnPaflles alone bold Cotracts to Play the Socity's Pieces.gSaa Mliss Marriott'S. Messrs Wallace Roberts end Archer's, Mis r atons Thorne's G. Deaufort's Acrealnte's. Edcwin Lever, CliarleslDorfl~l5 F. . 5a~e Benar Dac'Sjose
August 15, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ROYALTY THEATRE.

ROYALTY THEATRE.

The performances at the above Theatre last Saturday were for the benefit of Mr S. Cenese, Acting-Manager, and it was also the last night of the summer season. It was, doubtless, owing to the fact that the fine weather has driven playgoers out of town that so small an audience as
August 22, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England