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~HE LATE CHARLES READE'S DRAMAS.- T-TO LONDON AND PRtOVINCIAL MANAGERS. Th sdri 1e is open to negotiation for the following sue-' Tesl Fiderce:-"n-t-AN FAE""THE KING'S RIVAL,' TWO f LOVE r AND LIFE * A NEVE TOO LATE TO MEND," "DI'NK""FOU PLY,"1 "'GRIFFITH GAUNT; or, Jealousy'," T
May 3, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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QRAVESEND-PALACE . OF VARIETIES, HXjAr.IMEP -ST11FFT -P-PTispitsr, Mr Jones Csk-nxy.-A osagni- ficent Variety Compupari and crowded houses Nightly. Rehearsal, Monday, Mlay 19th, 1331, at Four" o'clock sharlp, for Sisters Becunsont, Fred 'Wilton', Sisters R'Linses, John Ranier, Ml
May 17, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"LADY DEDLOCK'S SECRET."

"LADY DEDLOCK'S SECRET."

" LADY DEDLOCO'S SECRET." Sir Leicester Deullolk ?? Mr SOMERISET Tulkingliohsc ?? ?? A lee B cieir PATEMAN Mr Jari dyco ?? Mr Cecen CnoF NO.:i Gupp3y ?? E1, E. IIESDItIItI Krook ?? Ir JlENRY ReisMLs Inspector Buckett ?? IIOWAUD RUessELL iliggi gsson ?? Mr PieLIr WALTON Scroggs .
March 29, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DVORAK AT THE CRYSTAL PALACE.

DVORAK AT THE CRYSTAL PALACE.

The Bohemian compcser Anton Dvoral; -was present at the bleit Crystal Palace Satur(Ifday conjcert in Oider to ?? severO al of his works which wore included ill the progralinme. He has everywhere beell reccived most corlially, and, as at the Phil- lali solellic Society, his music
March 29, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CRYSTAL PALACE CONCERTS.

CRYSTAL PALACE CONCERTS.

Lovers of music are always glad to wvelcomnc sgain the first of the Saturday concerts at the Crystal Palace after the interrup- tion to music occasioned by the demansds of Christmas holi- makers in the shape of pantomime. On Saturday last these admirable concerts wvere resumed.
February 23, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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MUSIC AND DANCING LICENCES.

MUSIC AND DANCING LICENCES.

An adjourned meeting of the Middlesex magistrates was held on Thursday at the Sessions House, Clerkeonwell-green, for the purpose of considering deferred, opposed, and new applications for music and dancing. Captain Morley presided, and there was a full attendance of magistrates
October 11, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"NELL GWYNNE."

"NELL GWYNNE."

Ali Opora GolisQUlO, inl Three' Acts. Musj~ic Isy Robert i'la"c1icctte. Writtenl acid prodluced by II.- B. Farnie. Charles the Second ?? A. WIIEATMiAN Buckinghamn ?? Il. DwYEea Rochester ?? ?? A. CADW'AiAOR Falon ?? Mr HE,;RY WALtilAil - Falcon .. ?? Ceiml. CROFTeR ?? ?? lr Aeni
February 9, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL THEATRICU

PROVINCIAL THEATRICU

ALS. (PROM OUE OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) ABERDEEN. I-ER MAJESTY's THEATRE.-Lessee, Mr IV. M'Farland; General Manager, Mr Heodges.-The Molt and Wilmrot company, under Mr Burleigh, are now in their third week here, arid running oin the same sensational lines, 1'slrccd froes fierce const
April 26, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

THEATRIOAL GOSSIP. MR E. W. BOYCE, ee are pleased to learn, recently dis- covered his Iong-lost memory while walking on the Thames Embankment. He found himself repeating the lines of his part, Don Jos6, in the bnrlesque of, i-fttle Deon Cdesa, and, on reaching home aind referring
February 16, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A VOLUNTEER DRAMATIC PERFORMANCE.

A VOLUNTEER DRAMATIC PERFORMANCE.

A VOLUNTEER DRAM1ATIC PERFORMANCE. 4 The eleventh annual dramatic performance of the first company of the Queen's Westminster Rifles took place on Saturday evening last at St. George's Hall, Laugham-place, when the Thespian experts belonging to the corps exercised their stage tal
February 16, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England