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"GRASPING A SHADOW."

"GRASPING A SHADOW."

" GRASPING A SHADOW." On Monday, July 20th, at the Theatre Roya], Wvest Hartlepoxs a New and Original Co~medisttinG Onse Actby Tom Craven, entitled Mr Earle Bird ?? . Mr ToM CRA. VE Edwin Bird ?? . Mr L. CosnrI Stanley Paber ?? Mr A. GILtLtHoaR MiDy Aston ?? Miss ELsIE CAREW Rhod
July 25, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"TAKEN FROM LIFE."

"TAKEN FROM LIFE."

TO THE EDITOR OP THE ERA. Sir,-In reply to your correspondent Mr E. J. Cooper, permit me to say that I have cast no boomerang at Socialism. There is not one single line in the drama that suggests that Socialists will not work and wish to rob those who do. The shouts of applause
July 25, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SHAKESPEARE IN NEW YORK.

SHAKESPEARE IN NEW YORK.

SEAKESPEARE IN NEW Yopi. It is said by a New York writer that London and Pa no longer to crow over New York and boast their artipt~rl' are settings or their gorgeous dramatic productions. State has had enough of the rags and rubbish of Shakespearian rk ties and the carelessness a
July 11, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

Mr. FORBES ROB3ERTSONT has been engaged byorthemnrytour Abbey to support bliss Mary Audersolnionher ?? or in the English provinces and America. MIR CHARLES READE'S popular dramal it's Never Too Late t's .21-end will shortly he revived at Drury-an Thetr, bithM Charles Warner in h
July 11, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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,s L O U I S Em M OO D I E a ,gaed. Letters to 33, Mall-road. Ranimeremith, forwarded. te, Messrs BAcImio5E arid Messrs Altc end VIIAPMAN. J CONSTANCE LOSEBY Disengaged. TO addressed to 25, Seyimonr-street Portman-square, W. s. s SAS M A R R I U T T. Tour wit!. Company commences
July 18, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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MR. JOHN M'CULLOUGH.

MR. JOHN M'CULLOUGH.

MR. JOHN M'CULLOUGE. It is sad to learn that the friends of Mr John M'Cullough have at length found it imperatively necessary to put him under restraint, and that he was accordingly taken recently to the Bloomingdale Asylum, where it is understood that he shall remain for several
July 18, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"THE MIKADO" COPYRIGHT DISPUTE.

"THE MIKADO" COPYRIGHT DISPUTE.

THE MIKADO" COPYRIGHT DISPUTE. The following extract fro a New, York paper suims lip the case with respect to the Americais copyright of The Mikjade, a question which is nowv exciting much warm discussion on the other side of the Atlantic " All the facts about the bargaining for
July 18, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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The Vital Spark. T E N N Y H I L L. tJ None but herself can be her parallel._TitBoALD. Conthinued great success. . eg Miss Jenny Hill has conquered al emrire of admirers, and heregn shows no signs of diminishing popularitY. She is, indeed. otiw of the brightest ornaments of our t
July 18, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Juvenile Leadd. M ISS HARRIETTA PO LI N I. l.LYJ Letters addressed care of "The Era" Office, *49, Wellington.strect, Strand, will be forwarded. M I SS FANNY MARRIOTT, M I S S F A Starring. Is in her nay R wonder. As the Post observes, she sings, acts, and dances charmingly. She s
July 4, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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E D D A R D, as VIOLET, in JJ.L "-A Wol an's Victory." OPlNIONS OF THE PRESS. The Chronicle savs dd ?? illustrated the affectionate nature of Violet. ,lis3 Beddard The Senday Times says:- ,,igs Bddard played the girl .Violet Carew, seith earnestness. flies ~~The Era says:- Mis kl
July 18, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England