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STAGE DISILLUSION.

STAGE DISILLUSION.

In a letter from a correspondent, which we published some weeks since, a regret was made by him at what he styled the realistic craze of the present time; but the more salient and tangible part of his communicatioun was found in his remarks upon the fatal result of satisfying pu
April 15, 1882 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FOR GOLD."

FOR GOLD."

(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Mr Fairalegh ?? Mr CHIARLBS MORGAN WValter Fairleigh .Mr ALFRED B. CROSS Mr Peter MardmaM *r AUGUSTuS CLOVER Fi-ank Hartley ?? F. B. MARSHALL Mal k Sleelk ?? Mr T. II. POTTER Jacob .Mr J. V. ROWLF.Y Ned Clinker ?? ?? r N. Bonvy Bll Cranks .. Mr F. W
April 15, 1882 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

R. UIHARLES MAJILTOS'S Celebrated Cempatty. Scventih Year of Tour. Ifr H E G A Y C I T Y," by GEORGE R. SIMS. II r~f H E G A Y C I T Y." 1. Immense Success. "B By FRANl DESPREZ 92Sst Ni--ht. Will be produced shortly, an Original Afterpiece Eccentricity of the most laughable chara
July 29, 1882 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

1f , 1E N R Y D. BURTON, M ?? Popular Comnediani, on 'Tour wnit his Spetially selected Comnpany. Coliuludes Six Nights' Visit oin July 30th, att THEATRE ROYAL, PLYMOUTH, Regatta Wock. The most attractive Combination now travelling. Re p Drt-,ire - TURTLE DOVES,` Comedy; Comic Ope
July 29, 1882 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Action against the Polytechnic.

Action against the Polytechnic.

COX V. THE ROYAL POLYTECHINIC INSTITUTION AND HOWELL. -In the Queen's Bench, on August 4th, was brought this action for wrongful dismissal, false imprisonment, and malicious prosecution. The plaintiff had been apprenticed to the institu- tion, and had been in their employ for ab
August 12, 1882 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PROVINCIAL THEATRIUAJLS. (PROar OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) ABERDEEN. HER MAJESTY's THEATRE. -Lessee, Mr W. M'Farland; General Manager, Mr Hfodges.-The Lost Witness, announced as a drama of " real life," by Messrs Pettitt and Meritt, is on our boards this week, the company represent
June 10, 1882 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ALEXANDRA PALACE.

ALEXANDRA PALACE.

The lessees of the Alexandra Palace are striving to make summer evenings pleasant at this favourite resort, and with success. On Wednesday there was a brilliant fete, and with the additional attraction of fireworks, although it could not be said on this occasion that the weather
July 8, 1882 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA IN PARIS.

THE DRAMA IN PARIS.

(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) PARIS, THURSDAY.-An indisposition of Madame Sangalli, which has proved more serious than was at first expected, has retarded the production of the new ballet at the Opera, and as this delay throws us into Lent, there are people who think we shall ne
February 18, 1882 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"ROBINSON CRUSOE" AT DRURY-LANE.

"ROBINSON CRUSOE" AT DRURY-LANE.

"'ROBINSON CRIUSOH" AT DRURY-LANE. Good pantomimes, like good books, are deserving of more than one edition. Mr Augustus Harris, being encouraged by the overwhelming patronage bestowed on Mr E. L. Blanchard's " annual" Robinson Crusoe, which he has himself, with a small army of a
February 18, 1882 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TOPICS OF THE WEEK.

TOPICS OF THE WEEK.

TOPICS OF TIlE WEEK. THERE are few of leer MAJESTy's subjects who would like to work as hard as the Heir to the Throne. In the height of the season the Prince Of WALES Can hardly hnow ?? is the meaning of leisure. IfA we were to give a record of his labours for one week we should
May 27, 1882 - The Era - London, London, England