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A DAY AT THE ALEXANDRA PALACE

A DAY AT THE ALEXANDRA PALACE

A DAY ATl TILE ALEXANDRA PALAC,,E A glorious lay fur w -ouder, and ?? Hill, cith magnificent views, tempts us to the Alexandra Palace . l not alone the views ated the oulushiuc, for we remember thlt Bll1 James Willing is briniginig sulecess upon the heels of Several failures, and
August 15, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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])RURY-L AN EI(,T HE WORLD.`- Grand Sensatioflal Broma, by2, Patti Aeritt, pettitt, mid Harris. ?? only Gemtlict aetil Great Succoen rif the Season3, produced undicer lbi, Diroetleinl (if Mir AUGUSTUS IIARRIS, Lessee andi Manager. " 11i E W OR L ?? T W. Rignotid, A. Glarl is, Cha
August 15, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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:MR. J. L. TOOLE'S iTPER CRUST" COMPANIES, U nder the Direction of Mr GEORGE LOVEDAY. organised for the perfect Representation of the New and Original Comedy, in Three Acts, called - "THE UPPER CRUST" by Mr Henry J. Byron. (His latest and grctest success.) The Organlisatiolls ilc
August 15, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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ENGLISH'S DEANA'I nd IMUSICAL for tile ne-0liatioll of all bueiness consected with D ?? Opera. Opera Boiffe, &c, Uoder thle Mllaaaelttetlt Of Mcssrs BLACKIMORE, ?? S TRE'.cOVENT-GARDEN. _ ~ ?? a Y. P A R Rr Al Vl I C I N "S Oicc floursrn Ten til Four; SrturdaY, Tcn to l Twoe. EI
August 15, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"CROWNING THE ROSIERE."

"CROWNING THE ROSIERE."

The newv Management of the Alexandra Palace does not permit the grass to grow under its feet, and every week, indeed almost every day, some new attraction is provided for the many visitors who find their way to Muswell-hill. On Saturday last there was revived the pretty old Fren
August 22, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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E A 1 o~eul~5i, 1lrI~ 'it'S A U C E, L Wvhich1 are caell at 'to ?? tilC PtPlli5C, LAanld I~1'FII lNS tarec adopetedt LAIA ?? LABEL, l itcrl ta cir S~rfItttitrO "LIlA & l'EltlINS," eeh ich Sliealt rll is e on every Bottle of ~~7lCSE't~llFSAUCE., acts tetitlotit n hote 00,15l co.ge
August 8, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

p OV 1 NCa IA ll, THEATRICA TiR. (IROM On15 OWN @30cRRSPONDENTS.) A JngRADEi/N.1 HEIE M1acESTY S TieEAitr.-Les5e5 an,1d alanagecess, AlisS Annie ]a}slill (Alls laisbeck obainson); Acting-ilalaSger, AIr G. I. ?? W. Sidney and his colpanly coltelenced aL forttidglet'5 egageteiet he
August 1, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA IN PARIS.

THE DRAMA IN PARIS.

TfllE DRiAMA IN PAR11s. (sROn ?? OWN CORIEaSPONDfNT.) PAtRIS, Tseuisnav.-The dearth of news and of novelties continues. We have been treated to an insignificant three- act vaudeville at the Cluny Theatre, however, of which MM. Loon and Frantz Beauvallet are the authors, and the t
August 15, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
UNACTED PLAYS.

UNACTED PLAYS.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE ERA. Sir,-After the frequent and thorough ventilation the above subject has received in your columns, it would seem impossible to view the matter in any new aspect ; but one fact stands out very boldly, and shows, in the most unmistakable manner, that the ri
August 22, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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]DRU RY-LANE.`4 IT IIE WORLD." Grand Sensational Draia, ,b Paul cidriltt, rttitt, and Harris. ,Tlce only Gecuicici and Great Success ?? the season, 1iroduced under the Direction of Mr AUGUSTUS HARRIS, Lessee and Manager. "i H E W O R L D."- T Only one opinion. Pronounced by the P
August 22, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England