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MUSICAL NOVELTIES AT THE INVENTORIES.

MUSICAL NOVELTIES AT THE INVENTORIES.

I MUSICAL NOVELTIES AT THE INV t~qvr,.ovi NOM~E.) essrs Kirkmafl and Co. have some splendid gran pia fortes, one of them being in an embellished case, carved from the design Of Ar Edis and representing the story of Orpheus, a very appropriate subject for pianoforte decoration. It
July 18, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

THE new play at the Princess's, by Henry A. Jones and Wilson Barrett is now completed, and will be put in immediate rehearsal. It is a domestic drama of modern life, and is in four acts and fourteen scenes, three acts taking place in Buck inghamshire and one in London. The escne
July 18, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ENGLISH STAGE AND FOREIGN ART.

THE ENGLISH STAGE AND FOREIGN ART.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE ERA. Sir,-Within a week there have been celebrated two events of some, indeed of more than 'usual, importance to those interested in the history of the dramatic art of the present time. The appear- ance of Madame Sarah Bernhardt at the Gaiety as the heroine
July 18, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE COMMONWEALTH SYSTEM.

THE COMMONWEALTH SYSTEM.

The system by which a company of artists band themselves into a commonwealth and share profits is rarely adopted here, but is not uncommon in America. A New York paper on this head has the followingremarks :-" In the absence of managers with capital enough to carry a company fur
July 18, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA IN PARIS.

THE DRAMA IN PARIS.

(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) PARIS, TIuRSDeAY, JunY 2.-We are sinking deeper asd deeper into the usual midsummer stagnation. Tao more houses closed their doors after Tuesday night's performance the Opera Comique and the Palais-Royal ; the Pblies'. Dramatiques threatens to follo
July 4, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

C! A IU T I I 0. N.~- lJ T PRO iNCIAL PIIOPIIIETORnS AND M&NAGERS. Dr LYNOba no onnec ionweverwith any " SIidiIll"" Enter- tainment where his plrsonal perforniac irs Dot rien. te NveehmEnter- .taiim~t sjake of n te Lrdiff correstondneo atwe' su of The Era concertin D Lynn's Cryst
July 4, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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HAVERSTOCK-HILL.Na O GL ss ,ORGiLL, SWANK, and ORGILL I ES cr o eith instructions from the Proprietor (vho I iyja fa,.ucd5 ~ alare uies to submit to Public T ,Plates P las' 1Hal Masons'-avenue, Bashighall-street, City, Cosnltle ie !ttahol day of July at Twelve for One o'clock (un
July 11, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BLACKMAIL IN PROVINCIAL THEATRES.

BLACKMAIL IN PROVINCIAL THEATRES.

. TO TEE EIIITOR OF 'THE ERA. Sir,-Knowing that you have the interests of the profession at heart, and the valuable assistance you have at all times given through the medium of your widely circulated journal, in crushing out abuses practised on its members, I beg leave to address
July 25, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE BANCROFT FAREWELL.

THE BANCROFT FAREWELL.

f~E BAINC1OFT FAREWELL. in the memory of those whose privilege it was to be tong vil live the scene, or perhaps we should say the acted at the Haymarket Theatre on Monday night. scefesb of the footlights had assembled a crowded audience, reresectative of literature, art, science,
July 25, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MR. G. W. ANSON'S FAREWELL MATINEE.

MR. G. W. ANSON'S FAREWELL MATINEE.

mR. G. W. ANSON'S FAREWELL MATINEE. The almost immediate departure of the above-named well- known and popular comedian for the shores of Australia has already been announced in these columns. It isisatterfor regret that the " working" of his farewell matinee,. which took place at
July 25, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England