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THE WAGNER SOCIETY.

THE WAGNER SOCIETY.

On Monday afternoon last, by kind permission of the Earl of Dysart, a ieeting of the members and friends of the above society was held at 20, Bruton-strect, W. when pianoforte selections from the Bayreuth master's works were played by Professor Jeffery and poetical excerpts read
July 26, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HOW ENGLISH PLAYS ARE MADE.

HOW ENGLISH PLAYS ARE MADE.

101W ENGLIlSHf PLAYS ARE MADE. .. 11 VnQIT MtAKE 'EM. B3Y ONE W11lO DOES AU.0 jAll-A No. VL. FARCICAL COMEDY. The f arci cal comedy is a dramatic soi 016-a dish that is light, easly diges ted, andy ?? class of dramatic work that requires little literary talent to prodluce ; but t
July 26, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MADAME PUZZI'S CONCERT.

MADAME PUZZI'S CONCERT.

MADAME FUZZI'S CONCERT, St. Goorge's Hall was thronged on Monday afternoon, when Madame Pazzi gave her annual concert, and offercd her patrons a great variety of musical attractions, foremost an the pro- gramme being the name of Mr Sims Reeve. But when that emiziciit tenior's tur
May 31, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LIVERPOOL DRAMATIC LODGE.

LIVERPOOL DRAMATIC LODGE.

Tue last regular meeting of tie members of this prosperous lodge previous to a two mouths' vacation took pjace on Toes- day afternoon at the Masonic Hall, Hope-street, Liverpool, where there was an unusually large aud highly successful gathering. The attendance numbered altogeth
May 31, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
STAGE-DOOR PAPERS.

STAGE-DOOR PAPERS.

STAGE-1)OO1R PAPERt . (Be A STAGE-DOOR KEEPERI) No. XVIII. During the course of one of the managerial reigns Out of the many to which the " Nonsuch 'had been subjected, the acting- manager one day startledl me out of my general composure by a communication which cansed me a consi
April 12, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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THE FRENCH GALLERY.

THE FRENCH GALLERY.

THE FRENCHI GAVLLERY. O For thirty-one years ir AlallIs has worthily carried out the principles upon which his gallery was established, and has made it a thoroughly representative exhibition of continental art. The present display of works will gain him no little credit, for few
April 12, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN CANADA.

AMUSEMENTS IN CANADA.

(FROM OUR OWN CORREaSPONDENT.) MONTREAL, OCT. 24.-TheBoston ?? company, which appeared for the first time at the Academy on Monday, is one of the oldest dramatic orgacisations oln this continent, and enjoys a reputation second only to that possessed by Mr Wallack's well- known t
November 22, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
GENEVIEVE WARD AND W. H. VERNON IN AUSTRALIA.

GENEVIEVE WARD AND W. H. VERNON IN AUSTRALIA.

There was a large audience at the Theatre Royal on Saturday evening, when Henry the Eighth was produced. The students of the University mustered in great force, filling the gallery, decorating its balcony with banners "of a strange device," and receiving Miss Ward when she appea
November 22, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE BOARD OF WORKS AND MUSIC HALLS.

THE BOARD OF WORKS AND MUSIC HALLS.

THE BOARD OF AWORKS AND MUSIC HALLS. I Yesterday (Friday) Sir Henry Hunt, C.B., sat at the Sur- veyors Institutions Westminster, as arbitrator to consider the requisitions made by the Metropolitan Board of Works for alterations to be made in the Metropolitan Music Hall, Edgware-r
November 22, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

TTOLT and WILMOT'S COMPANIES, H Under the Direction of CLARANCE HOLT. THE COMBINATION COMPANY, embracing YOUTH." "NEW BABYLON," and "FORCED FROM HOME," THEATRE ROYAL, NOTTINGHAM, December 1st. Manager, Mr C. T. BURLBTOII. "TAKEN FROM LIFE" COMPANY, PRINCE OF WALES'S THEATRE, WOLV
November 29, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England