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THE PARAGON THEATRE OF VARIETIES.

THE PARAGON THEATRE OF VARIETIES.

THE-PARAGON THEATRE OF VARIETIES. On Thursday evening last this magnificent temple of amuse- ment was thrown open to the public. Our readers have had an opportunity of perusing a full description of the principal features of this- establishment in a former issue. Since that descr
May 23, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL CRICKET.

THEATRICAL CRICKET.

NoTIoE.-Reports of matches forwarded for insertion in these column s must be clearly written, and the scores must be property and carefully arranged according to our plan. Unless these conditions are fulfiled the reports will not be printed. "PRINCESS IDA" C. C. v. MR JENKINS'S
May 23, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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R. MILROY COOPER (Principal Tenor), Specially Engaged as the Italian Piffero and Troubadour, by W. Bailey, Esq, METROPOLITAN MUSIC HALL, for Reproduc- tion of Grand Ballet"1 Vif." Address, Metropolitan, or, 1, Lower James' strect, Golden-square, W. MR. S Y D NEHY HERBERT, Tenor V
May 23, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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MI S S L O U I E S C O T T. THEATRE ROYAL, EAST BO URNE. ?? FANNY MARtRIOTT Disengaged for a few weeks, commencing June 1st. Re-engaged by Morris Abrahams, Esq., for Autumn Season. Principal Boy, Lyceum, Edinburgh, Christmnas. PAVILION THEATRE. Juvenile Lead. M ISS HARRIETTA PO L
May 16, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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1 ISS E T H E L H ERBERT, as CAMILLE. Opinions of the London Press. Bliss Ethel Herbert as Camille hardly played with her accustomed power. Both her method and elocution are forcible, and we have seen her in r6les Which suit her far more perfectly than that of the love-sick and f
May 16, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE LONDON MUJSIC HALLS. THE OXFORD. Mr Jennings has honoured the Whitsuntide holiday makers by introducing several first-class attractions and some eminent artists into his new programme. The continental troupe of acro- bats and musical grotesques, who have been the recipients o
May 30, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"THE LIBRARIAN."

"THE LIBRARIAN."

" THE LIBRARIAN." Mr MI'Donald i.. Mr W. L. DosELL Steuart M'Donald ?? Mr A. D. CoLL5is -Mr Marsland ?? Mr STANLEY CLiFFE Harry Marsland ?? .. Mr II. Br.oess Gibson ?? . Mr C. J. FoesTrni Armadale ?? ?? Mr A. E. KNIGHTr Mr Robert ?? ?? Mr E. WnzTOuR Porter . . ?? Mr DosucoarT Kno
May 30, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

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
May 2, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AS SIR WOODBINE GRAFTON, "PERIL."

AS SIR WOODBINE GRAFTON, "PERIL."

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
May 2, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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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
May 2, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England