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The Vital Spark. L L. J E N N Y None but herself can be her parallel.-T5IOBALOD. Continued great success. Miss Jenny Hill has now reached the Pinnale0 of her artistic fame; and, like Alexanider, must sigh that there are no mere music hall audiences I or her to conquer. This cleve
August 15, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Li1UTH SHIELDS. - GRAND THEATRE 0 TO LET on Lease. Dramatic Licence, with Refreshment Bars. Also the NEEW PRINCESS'S THEATRtE (Two Tiers, Stone-built) and he fly licensed Public-house adjoining, called Geore Hotel North Shields. imntsdiate pessession. Sure fortune to a pgushing-
January 17, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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"Babes " Tour. IN consequence of the. large number of Applications, Messrs RDOUIN and BROUGIO request all Correspondents to kindly take silence as a polite negative. Q TAGE.-A Few LADIES and Gentlemen of L good Appearance Required immediately for Engagements. Novices mayapply. Bo
January 17, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA IN AMERICA.

THE DRAMA IN AMERICA.

,- - A_. . . - . . - (FROM OUR OWN CORRIESPONDENT.) NEW YORK, JANUARY 29.-The most useful thing here upon the English model is the Actors' Fund. It is not exactly the same as your Royal Dramatic Fund, but it is equally valuable. At first it languished, but at present it is in a
February 14, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A CHARITY MATINEE.

A CHARITY MATINEE.

Very recently Mr J. L. Toole, in a speech of defence and defiance, called attention to the fact that the members of his profession are ever ready, among other good works in which they engage, to give their services in support of our hospitals. He has not had to wait long for pro
February 14, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MUSIC HALL LITIGATION.

MUSIC HALL LITIGATION.

MUSIC HALLT LITIGATION. CROWDER V. O1IA1ARINGTON. This case was commenced on Thursday before Air JusticE Chitty, in the Chancery Division of the High Court of Justice. It was an action brought by Messrs Crowder and Payne, the owners of Lusby's Tavern and Music Hall, in the Mile-e
February 14, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
STANLEY CLUB.

STANLEY CLUB.

The above amateur club gave a dramatic entertainment at the Kilburn Town Rall last Tuesday evening. The hall was furnished with a good proscenium, and a pretty Italian land- scape decorated the act-drop. The stage was tastefully decorated at the sides with flowers and ferns. The
February 14, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NONDESCRIPT DRAMATIC COMPANY.

NONDESCRIPT DRAMATIC COMPANY.

The above amateur company gave its second perfornanes at the Peckham Public Hall on Monday evening last. The roon was closely ipacked with an evidently friendly audience. eiho greeted the efforts of the " Nondescripts " with hearty apilause during the evening. It is somewhat dif
February 14, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ACTORS' BENEVOLENT FUND.

THE ACTORS' BENEVOLENT FUND.

A distinguished journalist once propounded the theory that articles in newspapers should be written as though addressed to readers entirely ignorant of the subject in hand ; and this notion is abundantly justified by facts. Life in this nineteenth century is so rapid that the pa
February 14, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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R. LEONARD S. OUTRAM, 3S LAZARRE. Mr Wilson Barrett's " Proof" Company. Address, PRINCESS'S THEATRE, W. MR E D W I N L E V E R, GAIEI} T;IEATRE, HALIFAX, Six Nights. R. J. E. Dr0 DSO0N L thanks Messrs Mercer and Wainwright and Mr Richd. Edgar for offers, but Re-enaged by Mr N17.
January 31, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England