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STAGE-DOOR PAPERS.

STAGE-DOOR PAPERS.

S T A GE-DO OR PAPER S. I, - . .- - (BY A STAGE-DOOR KEEPER.) No. VII. A stage-door keeper should be one of those proverbial old birds that are never to be caught with chaff; neither should he permit himself to be chaffed, either by soft words or hard cash, out of the secrets int
July 7, 1883 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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fiHAR LES READE'S DRAMAS.- Ai TO LONDON AND PROVINCIAL IMANAGERS. CllARLEs RLIALE is open to feogticitioll for the following su0- coessful Pieces:-" MASliS AND FACES," "THE TING'S RIVAL," "TPO LOVES AA LIFE"" YNNEVER TOO LATE TO MEND,' D OIN, AFU PLAY,' "GIIIFFITH GAUNT; or, Jeal
June 9, 1883 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MOMUS DRAMATIC CLUB.

MOMUS DRAMATIC CLUB.

A performance of The Hunchback was given by the above club at the Ladbroke Hall, on Monday evening last, in aid of the funds for the relief of the poor in the parish of St. Michael and All Angels, North Kensington. Sheridan Knowles's play is, it need scarcely be stated, one that
December 1, 1883 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN AUSTRALIA.

AMUSEMENTS IN AUSTRALIA.

A^MUSEMENTS IN AUSTRALIA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MELBOURNE, July 2.-THEATRE ROYAL.-ThIC Bomany Bye is now in its third week of success, and would most pro- bably run three more, but prior arrangements compel its with- drawal next Saturday in favour of Pluck. OPERA HousE.-M
August 18, 1883 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TOPICS OF THE WEEK.

TOPICS OF THE WEEK.

TOPICS OF THE WEEK THEParliamentary session draws to its eclose, ?? say that, considering the ability and industry of the grt l of the Members and the important majority, led also by lc~l C of such high standing and experience, it is not a little refl able that the business accom
August 18, 1883 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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rNGLISH'S DRAMATIC and MUSICAL E AGENCY for the negotiation of all Business connected with Drama, Comic Opera, Opera Boriffe, &c., under the ?? ?? of Messrs BLACEMORE, 11, GARRICl-STKEET, COVENT-GARDEN. Offlce hours from Ten to Four; Saturdays, Ten tiU Two. p AR R AV IC IN I'S AG
December 15, 1883 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MADAME MONTIGNY-REMAURY'S RECITAL.

MADAME MONTIGNY-REMAURY'S RECITAL.

The distinguished French pianist Madame Montigny-Remaury gave a recital of pianoforte music at the Prince's Hall, Picca- dilly, on1 Wednesday afternoon, when there was a large attendance, especially of ladies; for, as we heard a fair auditor remark, "I always come to hear Madame
December 15, 1883 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE NATIONAL OPERA HOUSE.

THE NATIONAL OPERA HOUSE.

We are now in possession of Mr Fowler's plan for the new National Opera House on the Thames Embankment, and we may hope ere long, thanks to the enterprise of Mr Mapleson, that the metropolis will soon have an opera theatre worthy to rank with any in the world if the excellent su
December 15, 1883 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PARISIAN GOSSIP.

PARISIAN GOSSIP.

(BY A BESIDENT.) As the birds need air, or the fish water, so it would seem that clamour is indispensable to Madame Sarah Bernhardt. The new drama, in verse, by Jean Richepin-namely, Nana Saeb-has not yet made its apparition at the Porte-St.-Mlartinl and already it has given ris
December 15, 1883 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

A RELIABLE correspondent, writing to us from Philadelphia, says-" Mr Irving and Miss Terry are repeating their New York triumphs in this city. The business is great. On November 29th last the receipts were over 83,000 (600), and the booking for the remainder of the season is eno
December 15, 1883 - The Era - London, London, England