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PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PROXINCIAL TlE.ATRICALS (rlitof Gust ows ?? ,4 PERDJELV 111e11 M.L.'zsT~ti TtIc1STeIZ . -LCSOC. MrV .MPran eea ilsgr Mr Ilo~ls.le-Ilrl3.ir~rv' SuliaihsLodrao to be proud of1 ' iit to Abertleli. Ills. ?? poe neoh greatest sees% ee aeree u oalsae the theatre beia -crowded O!~ht aft
February 16, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"OVER THE CLIFF; OR, BY ACCIDENT OR DESIGN."

"OVER THE CLIFF; OR, BY ACCIDENT OR DESIGN."

`O V E T II E C L I F F; Oilt BY CCILI)ENT OlR DEs IGS.N by " Alf. F. ' ,, ?? ActS, writtcf yM ll- F. ANowe and Oii."'ieal Dra"ita inlol r teol"T`- Rtobbiss, first Prod"otsd at the Theatre RloyaGotGisy sil alodiday, FeCbrearyltith,1lest Mr Veetoer ?? CLIFFORD OCAMrBELL Calrliorev
February 16, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE PERFORMING BEARS CASE.

THE PERFORMING BEARS CASE.

At Worship-street, on Monday, an application was made by Mr Blackwell, ol behalf of the proprietor of the East London Aquarium, for a summons for perjury against one Wet. Uddtng, au officer of the Royal Society for Preventing Cruelty to Animals. It will be remembered that the of
February 16, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

" F B D 0 R A." M- ISS LAURA vILLIERS'S I ' FEDORA" TOUR. Produced by arrangement with Mr and Mrs BANCROFT, and under their supervision. Several Managers havieg written to inquire whether there is not another Comnpany arranging for the production of "FEDORA," Miss LAURA VILLIERS
February 16, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

SOUTH LONDON PALACE. The "star " system is still in vogue here, and as up to noow it has proved so successful the manager, Mr Harry Ilph, jun., acts wisely in keeping it going. Just now there is a strong array of talent, and large audiences are the rule. On the evening when we a
April 26, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

DEATH OF MRS. THOMAS THORNE With great regret we had briefly to announce last week the faa -emination of this esteemed lady's severe illness. Mrs ?? the wfof Mr Thomas Thorns, of the Vaudeville Theatre, expired On thle 18th inst. at Monte Carlo. All will sympathise with Mr Thomas
April 26, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"HUBBY."

"HUBBY."

"mi1 B Y." A T io liii folioso en Teale, Aprll for the First Timie, aJoT,11 Eaig Vil 2r2oNd M -. oitiiittesiely, frnt Act, by H. A. Sherbtrs, entitled en "' , "HUBB3Y." l1G.AAVTMS alv JtcaLtian iilhescotchl. care to t. A. it'iYG ohAN I bilii ?? ?? r o Th. Fay byarN brail ?? All'
April 26, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

IAR L RS A O PER A.- a R. AUGUSTUS HARRIS has the honour to anOuncE that he has arranged With Mrl CARL ROSA for a SEASON of OPERA at DRUY LANE. There inll be .Matindes every Saturday. R U R Y - L A N E.- JJ MoIndy April S13th, Productiofl Of TH1ANTERBURY PIL- GRolls, anl opera, i
April 26, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PIROVINCIAL TIHEATRI

PIROVINCIAL TIHEATRI

CALS. (Ft3 UtOWN CORRLESPONDENTS.) (voa BERDEEN. 1leit MsAIeSTc's TilEATiO.-LUsseO, Mr W. M111arlansd ; General Massager, MrVReslgcs.-WV have Mr J. F. Sheridan here this week with Isis 1-isis n )the BrI stol compslany, and, although the entertainmasct may sot be of thle class th
January 19, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MR. HENRY IRVING IN CHICAGO.

MR. HENRY IRVING IN CHICAGO.

(BY SPECIAL CABLE.) CHICAGO, JANUARY 10.-hlie 1crehesant of Venice has been received with the utmost enthusiasm and its peiformance described as a revelation. The Chicago Tribune says:-" Henry Irving has discarded stage caricature, and given us a type as the dramatist conceived
January 19, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England