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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. G. A.-Theatrical wardrobes and properties ca be insured by application to Mr Bruce M^1orrison, ins france broker, 4, Broad- btreletj Buildings, E.C. DUBERLY-111i55s Heath played in E ast Lynue, at the Olympic Theatre, under the management of liss Fanny
August 2, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Tie Vital Spark. TE N N Y H I L L. J Norm but herself cn be lier parallel.-TIE:OUALD. Concludes a 11ighl successful and uninterrupted success of 120 Nights it the CANTERBURY 120 Nights at the TROCADERO, Easter Arrangemenets:- FORESTEUS' ?? S40 MIDDLESEX ?? 940 COLLINS'S ?? 10S50
August 2, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
VICTIMS OF RASCALITY.

VICTIMS OF RASCALITY.

The unseemly riot Which took place at the Holborn Theatre on SatUrday evening last is, unfortunately, not without parallels in the annals of tbe stage. The circumstances, how- ever, of this last instance of managerial failure and of the public's revenge are happily somewhat out
August 30, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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'Ml S S J E N N Y TA Y L O R, M MADGE WILDFIRE, &c., Miss Marriott's Campany. ROYALTY THEATRE, PAISLEY, Six lights. Prince's Theatre, Bristol, for Pantomime. Al I S S H E L DE N O'M A L L E Y. ISS H.All communications to IIARRINGToN HALrY, 12, Buckinghani-strect, Adeiphi, W.C. Ml
August 30, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MRS. FAIRFAX'S "APRES MIDI ARTISTIQUE."

MRS. FAIRFAX'S "APRES MIDI ARTISTIQUE."

MRS. FAIRFAX'S " APRES MIDI ARTISTIQUE." On Thursday last, at the invitation of Mrs Evans Bell Fairfax, some lundreds of guests were whirled down by special train from Easton to the village of King's Langley, in Hert- fordshire, and they were amply rewarded for braving the more t
August 9, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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MISS LAURA VILLIERS AS FEDORA.

MISS LAURA VILLIERS AS FEDORA.

MISS LAURA VILLIERS As D , . .. . P D A.. It is not often that it falls to our lot to be able both opportunity and from opinion, to speak in tcbs of f of a provincial ierformance. The cimpally of high 9, taking Fedora round the coun"try under t'hoeverII, wl61 Miss Laura Villiers,
August 23, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"SERGE PANINE."

"SERGE PANINE."

Prince Serge Parinae . .. r PAscOE BIOLETTI -l. Cayrol ?? ?? Mr GFOFoe3 BLYTrs Mrechal re.na ?? ?? LEONARD CALvEar Mereeg.Mr GJIAaRLES BWLIGT Pierre Detains.~Mr WALLACE MIOia S~avinien ?? Sr J. F. INNrS ?? ,Mr CHARLESa WILLIAMS5 Madame Deevereaes. Mrs AUSOSTus BaioIT Michetice D
August 23, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"PAQUITA" AT THE ELEPHANT AND CASTLE.

"PAQUITA" AT THE ELEPHANT AND CASTLE.

" PAQUITA " AT THE ELEPHANT AND CASTLE. Manuel de la Ray ?? Mr T. P. PERCIVAL Jose Barroeso . M3 WALTER PALLING Victor Lascelles ?? 3f EDWARD VIVIAN Stefano ?? Mr GEORoE SKiNNER Padre . ?? Mr EDWARDS Dr. de Ponte ?? Mr H. Moss Dr. Matedora ?? . Mr OEOROEI BELMORE Pascal ?? Mr S.
August 23, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE FIRST NIGHT.

THE FIRST NIGHT.

Not the first night of a new play, but of a new playgoer. He was a little fellow, about nine years old, and it happened one evening that circumstances arose which introduced him for the first time to the auditorium of a theatre. He was a day scholar at a school some mile and a-h
August 23, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A LIAEMOIS ELLE BEAT

A LIAEMOIS ELLE BEAT

RICE'S 1t1 COMEDY-DRtAMA COMPANY. Under the Management of Mr FRANK HARVE Y. Fourteenth Year of Tour. Artistes: Mr FRANK HARVEY Miss ANNIE BALDWIN Mr T. W. BENSON hi Mi8s EVRE ROBSON Mr HENRY ANDREWS Miss lBELLY LINh HAM Mr 0. Al. YORKE Miss LIZZIE BALDWIN Mr E. SHIIBA Miss IDA CO
August 23, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England