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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
 
THE FRENCH DRAMA OF BELGIUM.

THE FRENCH DRAMA OF BELGIUM.

(FROM OUR OWN coRnEsroNDENT.) Brusels is so intimately connected with Paris, the great centre of art, that all French pieces of any pretension to merit arc speedily produced in the " Paris of the North ;" and such care is bestowed upon their production, and so critical is the au
August 22, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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- = tftt~1DD8 "ll, il.' " FillHI'[GN LETTEM-OX, * staenpeicdl c11CCop/C, plainly addrestrCoed, ist be e nlosted with 'atcptiviofl for cach letter. COIMiiOICATIONS AWAIT hAstyN, MrTI. i. King, ?? W. J. Airccrs'cl', Mr I. XV'. Esaouly, Mons. Atiluiirltt l;. Mic Keats, Air Sidney At
August 8, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

' Mrn Jolts'cI'Ccero;CH has been engaged by Mr Augustus Ha~tlrris, and. jell] menaker; haicst apperaceir o jit Drury-lane early in citer j,rg in the chrce Vfiirginius, inl an elaborate rev~ival OF that tragedy. THF receipts of the various performances of the Aimenergau P.ssioll P
August 8, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE LONDON )JllSICJ TALLE. THE ROYAL. BE nF1T OF GIR H1ARRY CAiVENDlSH.-Tllcre was a large attendance at this Hall on Thursday evening, when the annual benefit of Mr Harry Cavendish, the Manager of the establish- mentto piece, and artalces of a good class caine forward 1slentiful
August 1, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE."

"THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE."

'THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE." The new school of comic opera invented, and we may almost say patented, by Mr Arthur Sullivan and Mr W. S. Gilbert, i has taken such a firm hold of the public that there seems every reason to believe that when The Pireates of Penzarnce depart from the O
August 1, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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THEATRE ROYAL, ROCHESTER. TANTED, an Entire COMPANY, to commence IN Septembler 20th. Must be steady, of good appearance, and well op in Legitimlate Busincss. Assistant Stage-Nanager and Prompter (ti, C0tinloiC Actinig). plcase senld lowest terms, and accept silence as rcspectful
August 29, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CHARLES COGHLAN'S "FOR LIFE."

CHARLES COGHLAN'S "FOR LIFE."

(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) At the Grand Theatre, Leeds, under the direction of Mr Wilson Barrett, an important event took place on Monday last, in the performance, for the first time on any stage in England, of a new and original play called For Life, adapted from Le Alorte C
August 15, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England