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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
 
"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
 
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
 
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Compton Comedy Comlpan VIy. M R. J. H. S A VI LE, Business Manager for Mr Edward Comptonl. C. Address all comminunications respecting dlatls and ?? Niht., HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE, ABERDEN, Feb. 28th, Six Nights. MR. JOSEPH D. M'L A E B N, M~ ?? Ilallafrer, Carl Rosa Opera Comlpany,
February 23, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE METPROPOLITAN. Ballet is the paramount atttraction at the Edgware-road establishmet at other tinmes besides Christm as, when special bills of fare are the rule, end the laurels won by the portion of the programme devoted to dvefieatessmeftcannot fade or become scre ?? there
February 9, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A JUGGLER AND HIS DRESS.

A JUGGLER AND HIS DRESS.

A JUGGLER AND IllS DRE S . . At te SeffeldCounlty Court onl Thursday, before thle Judge (T. Ellison, Esq.), Alfred Derkaro, whlo described ?? Japaesejuglersoughit to recover '50 fromn ir E. Romaine Callender, lessee of the Thee Ro ya, as damas sustained through breach of contract
February 16, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"OUR SQUARE."

"OUR SQUARE."

"OUR SQUARE". A New Farcical Comedy by Mr Edward Rose, produced for the first tihue on Monday, February 1lth, at the Winter Gardens, Southport. Win. Wadhaim ?? CaRToN Uncle Burrows ?? ?? Mr W. J. HnI, Ray Lansdell ?? ?? Mr OrWAY CoPrToN ?? Mr EDWARD Rosa Clutterbuck .. ?? Mr G. W
February 16, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

IVERPOOL.-T.AYMAfJAET MUSIC HALL, flltAU.STREET.j~leResponsible Manager Mr A.. TDHOMAS. Mr THOMAkSl hvitlv' opelned (nilost asesorofollyc) the STl U IC ALL, MANOR ESTER, ilsupos, concilnetiig it inl enjuaieltof with the above establislhument, an sprprd to Josh for l,0thj places o
February 23, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

MR. H. E ECIL BE R Y L. All ?? to ROYAL PRINCESS'S THEATRE, GLASaOW. Ucomipton Comedy Company. rR. J. H. SAV I L E, H.Business Manager for Mr Edwvard Comptonl. Addresi Al colun,.11lications r jieti dates and terms, THEATRE RUYAL GtE NO , Fehesitr 4th, Twelvec Nights. M 1H. JOSEPH
February 2, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England