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"THE WORLD" AT DRURY-LANE.

"THE WORLD" AT DRURY-LANE.

I " THE WORLD " AT DRURY-LAIE. Sir Clement Huntingford ?? Mr ARTmTR DACRE. Blackstone .lr PERCY BeLL Moss Jewell ?? HARRY JACEIS0N Martin Bashiord ?? ?? Mr Jous W'AIwSWRIeGiir Pearson ?? SUTHERLAND Owen .. ?? Mr HARRY PARKER Ned Owen ?? . -iss AGwES THOMAS Ma shall . ?? H_ r ARTH
September 13, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE OPERATIC QUARREL.

THE OPERATIC QUARREL.

TO TIE EuDTOR 01o THE RUA. 'in-Whilst regretting that it has been necessary to wash a ullltl prtion of the operatic dirty linen in public, I must in Justice to myself and as an artiste of ten years' standing before ibe public place the right facts of the late melee before you, a
September 13, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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THL BARRY SULLIVAN TO UR, The famous Shakespeaiiaii Actor, BARRY SULLIVAN, supported by a carefully selected COMPANY of First-class Artistes. under the Direction of Mr T. S. AMORY, will commence a Tour of the United Kingdom at the ROYAL ALEXANDRA THEATRE, LIVERPOOL, on Monday, th
September 13, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Death of Mr. N. W. Hodges. The patrons of Mr M'Farland'sAberdeen and DundeeTheatres will henceforth miss the familiar features of the genial general manager, Mr Nicholas William Hodges, whose death occurred on Thursday forenoon. An Englishman by birth, and possessing the advantag
September 27, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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MISS GLADYS HOMFREY, Drama, Consedy, or Comic Opera (Mezzo-Soprano), now on Tour with Miss Ada Cavendish, as LADY JANET ROY, MadameDeschappelles, and Melissa Smale. Too much praise could not be bestowed upon Miss Gladys Homfrey for her tender, sympathetic impersonation of Lady Ja
September 27, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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A Too Realistic Villain.

A Too Realistic Villain.

An extraordinary scene was recently witnessed at the Star Music Hall, Sunderland, productive among the audience of no less astonishment than amusement. It appears that a sketch was being performed by three performers calling themselves the Cresswells ; and presumably they impart
September 6, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

DEATH OF MR. WYKE MOORE. We regret to announce the sudden death, under painful circumstances, of Mr Wyke Moon, which took place on Friday, the 29th of August. Mr Moore's theatrical career commenced in 1861. He was associated with the stock com- panics of the old Queen's Theatre,
September 6, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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grE~ .~ H E M M I N G RE and his CeHebrNted A EDY 3sld BURLESQUE COMPANY, aii=leljtdl~jlj the Renowned WVALTONS (GEORGE ltiED, atwid RiET rA), G 'to Lu tcbs bust oil-round Gourd aild urlesque Company travellng Fc'c* rifth Year. ?? WA~T~O~N hliss ETHEL CAST r 3CC6 i~eoN Miss BLANC
September 20, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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MR. LEONARD OUTRAM, ViqStage-Manager, Mr Edgar Bruce's " Called Back " Company, on Tour of principal Cities. The piece is produced in every way with the utmost completeness.-- Liv-erpOOl Express. 1U R. LEONARD OUTRAM,. .V.l as . ?? Carried off the ?? Courant. Secures the chief ho
September 20, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. F. CAIRNS.-The omission was quite accidental. Louis D.-The offcr is vcry vaguely cxprcsscd, aod is rotraitlq open to srisconception, but the usual arsangacintt is to jsy extra for gas. J. J.-Costa's oratorio of Eli wuas produced at the Bire ttyhna Music
September 13, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England