THE DRAMATIC STUDENTS" MATINEE. On Friday, June 19th, "THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA." Duke ?? -- Mr C. HsAsRTNGTON Antonio .. . .. Mr EDWARD Otvv Valentine ?? Mr BErswARD aorL Proteus ?? ?? AMr CHIARLE1 FULTs5 Thurio ?? Mr MARK AisBIENr Eglamour ?? Mr COURTENAY Tfo Launce ?? Mr PI
FREEHOLD, WITH POSSESSION, CLAPHAM. 31ESSRS. J. J. ORGILL, SWANN, and ORGILL are favoured with instructions from Mr Morris, the Proprietor, after ?? years' successful occupation, and solely in conse- quence of ill health, t submit to Public Competition, at Masons' Hall, acnslasen
BY S T A L. P A L A C E.- RJ Week ending June 27th. MONDAY, June 22d.-Handel Festival, "Me-siah." TUESDAY, June 21d.-Ir Edward Terry, THES ROCKET. WEDNESDAY, June 24th--Handel Festival, the Grand Selection. THURSDAY, June 25th.-Great Fireworks by C. T. Brock and Co. Opera DR. D.
A recital of violin music, varied with pianoforte solos and vocal pieces, was given on Wednesday afternoon by Herr Kronfeld at the residence of Dr. Tanner, Harley-street. Herr Kronfeld played a variety of pieces, commencingwith Handel's favourite sonlata in A, in which the clear
(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MONTREAL, MAY 30.-The present week has been a very busy one, as nearly all the places of amusement ia the city put. up some attraction for the bank holiday. In Canada the feast of St. Lubbock is celebrated on her Majesty's birthday, whilst Whit Mond
G 0 S SI P. THEATRICAL TaE new arrangement for booking pit and gallery seats at the Lyceum appears to have given general satisfaction, and to have become instantly popular. We hear on the best authority that applicants for places for the reappearance of Mr Henry Irving this eveni
I The third concert of the above societv was held at the St. James's Hall on Saturday last. The Arst selection on the programme was Weber's overture to Euryanthe, which was executed with remarkable taste and precision. This was followed by Schubert's weird ballad "Der Erlkanig,"
It is a piece of acting of really marvellous truth, subtlety, and ?? [ews, April 8th. * I I The really remarkable performance of AMr Tree. This gentlenman always gives individuality to the chavacters he assumes but here is something quite out of the ordinary. The many little tou
Hugh J. Didcott's Wonders. RO T H E R S J A M E S B~ ?? igt Amphitheatre, Portsnmouth. Biggest success "ever known. Ddut of Mastear WILLIE, who made a tremendous hit, and was highly coimplimented by G. Sanderson. Esq. Modynext, OXFORD, BRIGHTON. Sole Agent, Huaii J. DIDCOTT. The
Late on Friday night, 4tu iiit., a shocking occurrence happened at the Metropolitan MusicHall, Edgwvare-road. It seems that on the previous night a young man, shout twenty-one years of age, was taken to the Molyneux. street Police-station by a man well known, who stated that he
December 12, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England