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I S S M A R R I 0 T T, AU on Tour with her Company, THEATRE ROYAL, SOUTH SHIELDS, September 20th, Six Nights. Address all communications to Mr RICHARD EDGAt. MTh ISS GENEVIEVE WARD, IP FORGET-ME-NOT," PRINCE OF WALES THEATRE end of September. ~~JIS~S W AL L IS, M on Tour, with he
September 19, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL LITIGATION.

THEATRICAL LITIGATION.

ROBEDRTSON v. BELLEWV. An injunction was sought on behalf of Mr and Mrs Rob'ert- son, before Mr Justice Lindley, on Thursday, to restrain Mr Kyrle Bellew from acting in breach of his theatrical engage- ment with Mrs Robertson (Mliss Mlarie Litton) at the Princess's Theatre for M
September 19, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA IN PARIS.

THE DRAMA IN PARIS.

TIHE DRAMA I N P A It I B. (FROM ltOUI OWN CORcRaESPONDENT.) PARIS, THURSDAY.-OnON. -Last night the Second Thbftre Franqais reopened its doors to a tolerably distinguished audience, who had come to greet L. Charles de la Rounat's return to the management of a house whece he had f
September 19, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MISS ALLEYN AT SHEFFIELD.

MISS ALLEYN AT SHEFFIELD.

A Juliet more tender, devoted, and fascinating than Miss Aleyze could scarcelY appear on any stage. f1er personal charms, girlish freshness, and bright intelligence thoroughly realise the girl- wontan of Sbakspeare's reration; and her actiea in one part ot the play was certainly
September 26, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"THE TICKET-OF-LEAVE MAN."

"THE TICKET-OF-LEAVE MAN."

The Australian mail brings us the report of the action Taylor v. Bennett, heard in the Supreme Court of Justice, Sydney. This was an action brought by the Dramatic Authors' Society in the name of Mr Torn Taylor, the dramatic author, to recover damages from Mr John Bennett, the L
September 5, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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PROMENADE CONCERTS, COVENT-GARDEN.

PROMENADE CONCERTS, COVENT-GARDEN.

[The 10116wi7gJ appreared in our TOWN EDITION of Lazst Week., It is not a little amusing to bear in some quarters the stereotyped phrase " Everybody is out of town" when we look round the crowded area of the Promenade Concerts, Covent- garden, where, thnllks to the energy and en
September 5, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LATE MISS NEILSON.

THE LATE MISS NEILSON.

TIlE LATE M1IISS NEII2SON. All that's bright must fade, The brightest, still the fleetest; All that's sweet was 1OIa1de, Buit to be lost When, sweetest. So ,enersl and,, so earniest has been thI eietoko 0n 55 Evrybod ?? hr lat seaau i Lotlo d soth ?? of Miss Neilson's last ?? tde
September 5, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PlJOVINCIAL l'THEATRU'ICALS. (FRtOM 011 OWN4 0.RIltEL_'WNt~S A BERDEZ.N. H~ER MAJEi5'sY TIJEATRE.-Lessec ans Manazoress, bliss Annie Baldwin (Mrs Raisabeck Itubinsoll).-Miss Emsily Soldeno, supported by Signor Loll and a talented opera company, has appcarcd here during the wek to
September 26, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NORTH WOOLWICH GARDENS.

NORTH WOOLWICH GARDENS.

M1R W. IHOLLAND'S BENEFIT. There has been, and, we may say. is, a long-standming fend between r"the people's caterer"and the cleek of tile weather, end it is evideint that the latter is to he numbered among4t what osr lively political neighbours call the "1 irreconeilables." Whe
September 12, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA IN AMERICA.

THE DRAMA IN AMERICA.

(FROM~ OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) NEW yOK ACS OrGntlemen Friends at the ScauafiTear uspiciously opened the preliminary season ?? and Proved a decided success. Though avodedy a adptin (oantheGeman, the adapters, Messrs Steinl and Gross, have made some clever and ingenious altera- ti
September 5, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England