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MR. IRVING AND MISS TERRY IN AMERICA.

MR. IRVING AND MISS TERRY IN AMERICA.

CHARLES THE FIRST.' As a piece of character acting this impersonation of Mr Irving is to the full as finee as his Louis the Eleventh; as file, and front its great rarity still more wonderful, for the character itself has no such salient and harshly defined peculiarities as that
January 12, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

To-DAY is "Actors' Saturday," when the members of the theatrical profession in the metropolis and in some of the more important provincial towns will be called upon to contribute to that excellent institution the "Actors' Benevolent Fund, " the noble object of which is to help t
January 26, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Golden opinions from all sorts of people."-SUAxBsPEAaa. I S S E L S I E PHYLLIS as JACK, GRAND THEATRE, ISLINGTON. Miss Elsie Phyllis makes a vivaciours Jack, and sings very charm- Ingly.-Morning Advertiser, Decamber 27th. Jack, who is represented by Miss Elsie Phyllis, a spright
January 5, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PANTOMIME AT DEPTFORD.

PANTOMIME AT DEPTFORD.

PANTOMIME AT DEPTFOED. After travellillg from Olaring-cross by the South-Emftero Rtailway the visit-or to Deptford alights at one of the very worst stations to be found anywhere in the regions of the metropolis, Last Saturday eveniieg we accomplished tbo operatios of walking the
January 12, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ACTORS' BENEVOLENT FUND.

ACTORS' BENEVOLENT FUND.

The annual general meeting of the subscribers to this fund was held yesterday afternoon on the stage of the Lyceum Theatre, S. BANOROFT, Esq., ill the chair. The meeting was very numerously attended, and amongst the ladies and gentle- men present were Mr Toole, Mr Hare, Mr D'Oyl
January 12, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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Extraordinary Suicide of an Actress.

Extraordinary Suicide of an Actress.

Extraordinaay Suicide of an Actress. On Friday, the 4pth ist., Dr G. Danford Thomas held an inquiry at St. Pancras Coroner's Court, Crowndale-road, on the body of Jessie Lewis, aged thirty-three, described as an actress, and wife of Edward Lcwis, as actor, of 50, Bolsover- street
January 12, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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The Vital Spark. T B N ~N y H I L L PRINCE HAPPY GO LUCKY in thc "Babes of the Wood," THEATRE BOYAL, MANCHESTER. Tlhc success is the umost successful Pantomime of the Year. Press nsotiecs shortly. Business Dir-ctor, II. J. DIOCOTT. Tle Unapproacised and Unapproachable G G Y P R Y
January 12, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROFESSOR PAUER ON PIANOFORTE MUSIC.

PROFESSOR PAUER ON PIANOFORTE MUSIC.

Mr Ernst Farer principal professor of the pianoforte at the ?? College of Music delivered before a large audience at the Royal Institution, Albernarle-street, on the 17th inst., tire first of a course of six lectures err "The History and Develop- ment of the Blusie for the Piano
January 26, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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ADEMOISELLE BEATRICE'S r 1LL COMEDY-DRAMA COMPANY. Under the ;Management of Mr FRANK HARVEY Fourteenth Year of Tour. Artistes:- G Mr FRANK HARVEY Mliss ANNIE BALDWIN Mr T. W. BENSON Miss EYBE ROBSON Mr HENRY ANDREWS Miss NELLY LING;AM Mr C. M. YORK Miss LIZZIE BALDWIN Mr E. SIEIR
January 26, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MR. IRVING AND MISS TERRY IN AMERICA.

MR. IRVING AND MISS TERRY IN AMERICA.

MIR. IRVING AND MISS TERRY IN AMERICA. "LOUIS THE ELEVENTH." The touches With Which lice brough1t out the mingledl super- stition ?? scepticismi, the combined credulity and unlielief of Louis's character, were among the most artistic triumnphs of thc eVEfin~g. HO was called befor
January 19, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England