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"WRECKED" AT MARGATE.

"WRECKED" AT MARGATE.

" WRECKED" AT MARGATE. (FROM OUR1 OWVN CORRESPONDENT.) At the Theatre Royal here an entirely new domestic drama in four act;, entitled Wrecked, by W. Edwardos Sprange, was produced, on Thursday, by Miss Saxah Thorne's company, uinder the direction of Mir Henry Dundas. The leading
December 6, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

IT is our pleasant duty to record that Mlons. Marius and Miss Florence St. John, both deservedly popular, were married by the registrar on Monday, Janulary 7th. They were present subsequently at the Twelfth Night Dcelebration at Drury-Jane, and the Baddeley ca might really have
February 2, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE CLAPHAM THESPIANS.

THE CLAPHAM THESPIANS.

THIE CLAPI!AnPTHlESPIANS. The members of this amateur dramatic club gave an enter- tainment on the evening of Aredulesday last to a respect- able audience, at the Horns Tavern Assembly Roomus, in stiupert of the funds of the Alert Crieket Club, seleet- Ing as their opiemilgl piec
February 2, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DRAMATIC NOTES FROM NATAL.

DRAMATIC NOTES FROM NATAL.

(PROM OVlt O1wN COI5IESPONDENT'.) DUREAN. DI)Cx. 10, 18S.-The deprcisioet in colonial trade has told it9 taile ill naffairs theatrical leere of late, ancd our stocld ?? have, I all sorry to say, bern playillg to poor houses, 'To m3ae mattlers worse Mliss Julia Sydney, the ljomll
January 12, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"CLAUDIAN."—MR. WILSON BARRETT.

"CLAUDIAN."—MR. WILSON BARRETT.

" CLAUDIAN."-MR.-WILSOIN BARRETT. Mr WArilson Barrett's career as an actor has been, to say the least of it curious. From the lowest rung of the theatrical ladder he ihas raised himself to the very top, aisd then wil- lingly more than once retired in favonr of others less capable
January 12, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

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January 12, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

Iq R. HENRY D. BURTON, the Popular Comedian, with his Bevy of Beauties. in Comedy, Extravaganza, and Comic Opera, ALHAMBRA THEATRE, STOCKTON, January 14th. H. D. B., acting tinder medical advice, iS consequence of severe illness, has been compelled for the present to postpone the
January 12, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

I0L TIIO grni, LlVFItiPOOL. ghri~ti~ i~atecic la~bes ill thle WIX oo il ui y of ARTISTS, for above. lU . ?? ces, and terins, to D. GaASnELL, m ..T Y, wit'h fevw exceptions, via, raeesiidcolhiitlotning June VI ~ ~ ~ ~ Lady ~~,~cfyos` &.c. LoWeat ?? AC 111l~o l itself, ~~ ~ inc Sib
May 24, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
JOKES V. JUSTICE.

JOKES V. JUSTICE.

We have several times ere now been obliged to call attention to the manner in which theatrical actions-at- law have been treated by the judges who had to try them ; and, of course, as a natural sequence by counsel, jury, and the public " in the body of the court." The point of v
December 20, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A "FIERY" SENSATION.

A "FIERY" SENSATION.

A " FIERY " SENSATION. It was suggested some little time back, by one of our most popular theatre managers, that if the public were to have an opportunity of seeing the arrangements made for their security against fires in theatres it would tend greatly to allay those spasmodic a
March 8, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England