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THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE METROPOLITAN. The programme at this comfortable hall presents, as usual, a pleasing variety in its details. The new comic ballet entitled Gipsies divides the bill into two sections. The first of these, which precedes the ballet, is opened by Mr Harry Wilmot, who sings two so
April 18, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

IDRB U R Y . L A N E.- D AUGUSTUS HARRIS. Lessee and Manager. CARL ROSA OPERA COMPANY. Monday, April 20th, FAUST. Madame Georgina Burns and Mr Joseph Maas. Tuesday, NADESHDA. Madame Aiwina Valleria and Mr Barton M'Guckin. Wednesday, CARMEN. Madame Marie Roze and Mr B. Davies. Thu
April 18, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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EASTERN RAILWAY.-' NEWMARIIET RACES CRAVEN MEETING ,J 21st to '4th April, lSS6. FIRST, SECOND, and THIRD CLASS TRAINS swill rin as under:- ool-st a. m. au).I.m1L1. 10 . a. 01. floo. P na.'p. u. p.m. p.m. leperS 0 0 & 59'43 1025t110 1155 2 32 4 32 S511 7 32 leplpt _ 45' 10 251 _ 2
April 18, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MR. HENRY IRVING'S RETURN.

MR. HENRY IRVING'S RETURN.

I .- _ Mr Henry Irving, with Miss Ellen Terry, Mr Austin, and Mr and Mrs Loveday, arrived off Queenstown harbour at P30 p.m. on Wednesday in the Guion steamer Arizona, from New York, in excellent health, after a fine passage. The Hon. Stephen Coleridge joined Mr Irving here, and
April 18, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HERR MEYER LUTZ'S BENEFIT AT THE GAIETY.

HERR MEYER LUTZ'S BENEFIT AT THE GAIETY.

| A matinde for the benefit of Herr Meyer Lutz took place at the Gaiety Theatre on Wednesday last. The house was crowded in all parts, and the performance was a complete success. The performance commenced with the comic operetta, written by Shedden Wilson, music by W. Meyer Lutz
April 18, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"PROMISED IN PIQUE" AT THE GAIETY.

"PROMISED IN PIQUE" AT THE GAIETY.

Maror ?? ?? Mr 0. R. STEPHENSON Dir Thomas Marston ?? Mr G. NVnIL(E Dir Frank Thornton . Mr R. Dv CORDOVA 'reddy Middlecombo ?? Mr FORBES l)AwscO: Longeraft ?? ?? - Mr If. STANLEY A Boatman ?? Mr D. WILSUAW Florence Hirwan ?? Miss RosE DiOREYrs Jessie n ?? .M. iss MOARIANNE SANT
April 18, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MRS. G. CANNINGE AS MRS. NAYLOR, "UNDER FIRE."

MRS. G. CANNINGE AS MRS. NAYLOR, "UNDER FIRE."

MRS. G. CANNINGE AS MRS. NAYLOR, " UNDER FIRE." * * * Art quite as vivid, quito as massive, and equally true wsas shown by Mrs Canoingre. the evil genius (f the story, who has such a battle royal with the heroine in the second act. This was a v ery clever and thoroughly interesti
April 18, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ORIGIN OF OPERA BOUFFE.

THE ORIGIN OF OPERA BOUFFE.

THE ORIGIN OF OPERA BOUpiE. An article in an American paper runs as follows:_ "The parentage of opera bouffe has been claimed for Offenhach. This is, however, a popular error. Offeibach is not, as I shall presently show, the inventor of tbh kind of entertainment, hut its perverte
October 10, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
The Promenade Concerts Piano.

The Promenade Concerts Piano.

In the High Court of Justice, Chancery Division, before Mr Justice Mathew, on Tuesday, was heard the case of Ellis Parr v. Thomas, Mr George Henderson moved for an injunction to restrain the lessee of the Covent-garden Theatre from using, at the current series of promenade conce
October 10, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"OUR DAILY BREAD."

"OUR DAILY BREAD."

Count Adolphe DAucinet .. Mr HeNxr ENGLvAs Ad rian Vairsix ?? Mr R{OTueBURv bVA, Dr. Cinaudi . .* Mr Col1s HARsoo Sergeant Gracinard . Mr EBuxy Cl Isr to Paul Paucinet ?? Mr FRAss PIeacE Grandou ?? Mr E. PEsee Jaques Blangy.. . Mr LESLiE KEES Louis . ?? BeRTen GILs marcelline, a
October 10, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England