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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
 
SCHOOL OF DRAMATIC ART MATINEE.

SCHOOL OF DRAMATIC ART MATINEE.

A special dramatic matinee was given on Thursday, at St. James's Hall, on behalf of the School of Dramatic Art, under the patronage of the Queen and the Prince and Princess of Wales. The Prince and Princess, with their daughters, graced the performance by their presence on the o
July 12, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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:::_~~DRAMA-TIC COMAPANY NTED for Six, Nighlts, commencing August 25tb, I A ~~.11 `Th'e Beggamr's Opera," and another Piec e. IZhearlal oii Friday, Auerust 22d. A ?? .H.porecir ltoyal Court Theatre, Liverpool. --~%EATREROYAL, SUNDERLAND.1 a ?? COMPANY (Opera Bouffe MT ,riorcd fr
July 19, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
GERMAN OPERA.

GERMAN OPERA.

GERFIJN OPERA. id i aglier's opera Distan 'uned Isolde -e ?? eJ 14 l Italian Opera by the German corn- lnditcet ottt there The performance, as a whole, was t" rr Iteot' itcry titan some which have been given by ,aelrC s wjlel as rather a large audience, and the i cO~tp~IY ?? the
July 5, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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COUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, NEURALGIA, &C.-ItR. J. COLLIS BROWNE SCHLORODYNE. Dr. J. C. BROWNE (late Army Medical Staff) Discovered a Remedy. to denote which he coined the word CHLOROD YNE. Dr. Browine is the Sole Inventor, and, as tile composition of Chlorodyne cannot pos
July 12, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
The Board of Works and the Theatres.

The Board of Works and the Theatres.

At the meeting of the Metropolitan Board of Works on Friday a report was presented from the Building Act Com- mittee, stating that they had elected Mr Alfred Ewin to be chairman of the committee for the ensuing year, and that they had unannimously passed a resolution of thanks t
July 12, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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flR u R Y L A N E.- D Monday next, New Features, New Attractions. AUGUSTUS HARRIS, Lessee. The Havern! Season under the management of WM. FOOTE. HAVERLY'S AMERICAN PAN MASTODON MINSTRELS. .First Appearance in Londoli of the Wonderful Tyrolean Warbler, G. W. Lawless. First Appeara
July 5, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HOW ENGLISH PLAYS ARE MADE.

HOW ENGLISH PLAYS ARE MADE.

BY ONE WHO DOES NOT MANE 'EM. The drama, speaking collectively, to my mind very much resembles a restaurant bill of fare. I place the farce parallel with the soup, the comedietta with the fish, the farcical comedy -or, to give it a more lucid title, the double entendre farce- I
July 5, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MUSIC HALL AGREEMENTS.

MUSIC HALL AGREEMENTS.

MUSIC HALL AGREEBMENTS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ERA. Sir,-In your last issue you publishied al sccount of a meeting convened for the purpose of opening again the question of "M'Callum v. Brarnmnall," which was decided before the Recorder of Manchester -at the late trial; also a lett
July 5, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England