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Xj I S S B A T E M A N (Mrs CROWE). THEATRE ROYAL, HULL, Oct. 5th. SS GENEVIEVE WARD, ltI on Tour round the World Address, THEATRE ROYAL, MELBOURNE. ' I S S LOUISE MOODIE X Ma,, Disengaged. Letters to 33 MalI-road. kfamnmernsith, forwarded. Agents, Messrs Blackmore and Messrs Abu
October 3, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

THEATRICAL GOS5SIP. THE Olympic Theatre will sbortly reopen for the winter season, under the manajement of Mrs Conover, with a new and original drama of English life, entitled Alone in London., written by Mr Robert Buchanan and Miss Harriett Jay, and produced for the first time i
October 3, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
The ALLEGED MURDER of a LION TAMER.

The ALLEGED MURDER of a LION TAMER.

II Thomas Hensrington, aged twenty-six, labourer, giving the address of St-sr-street, Spitalfields, was brought up on Wednesday, on remand from September 6th, at the Worship-street Police-court, charged with having caused the death of Alexander Munree, a Negro lion tamer, by stab
October 3, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A PARISIAN "CHEF DE CLAQUE."

A PARISIAN "CHEF DE CLAQUE."

A PARISIAN " CHEF DE CLA QUE." (FROM AN OCCASIONAL CORRESPONDENT.) English people visiting a Paris theatre are doubtless considerably disgusted as well as surprised at the obtrusive tactics of the "slaque," and generally fail to comprehend how such a system can be tolerated in a
October 3, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SEATS AT THE PLAY.

SEATS AT THE PLAY.

The recent attempt by Mr ALEXANDER HE.DaR- so50 to encourage the public, by a discount of 10 per cent., to book seats at the Avenue Theatre itself, and not at those agencies for the sale of tickets known collectively as "The Libraries," was worthy both of our symipatlhy and of o
October 17, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON THEATRES.

THE LONDON THEATRES.

But few changes have been made in the programmes of the week. To the Italian ballet of Bxceesior at HER MAJESTY'S the graceful dancing of Miss Kate Vaughan has been added, and the two-act comedy of Secret Service now furnishes a dramatic prelude. The last nights of MIr John S. C
October 17, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

of APbMOISELLLE BEATRICE'S COMEDY-DRAM'A COMPANY.' Under ?? of Mr 'FRAN EA ItVEY. Fourteenth Year of Tour. Artistes Mr FRANK HARVEY Miss LIZZIE BALDWIN Hr T. W. BENSON Miss EYRE ROBSON ?? HENRY ABNSORN .Miss NELLY LINGHAM ?? HENRY ANDREWS Miss IDA COURTNEY Mr E. SHIRRA Miss POLLY
October 31, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SCENES FROM SHAKESPEARE.

SCENES FROM SHAKESPEARE.

SCENES FROM SHAK ESPEARE. SCENES FROM SHAK;ESPYRRE, FOR THE YOUNG. Illus- trated by HERBERT SIDNEY. Preface by E. L. BLAN- CHARD. Edited by CHARLES ALIAS. Publisher of the Editionr de Luxe, Alfred Hays.-Ina the admirable preface which Mr E. L. Blanchard has written to this beauti
October 24, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE BISHOP AND THE BALLET.

THE BISHOP AND THE BALLET.

It is not often that we are so fortunate as to find ourselves in sympathy with that motley crew of enthusiasts who have banded themselves together under the grotesque title of the Church and Stage Guild. In common, probably, with nearly the whole of the dramatic profession, we h
October 10, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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M5 ?essrs LIERMORE BROTHERS' Origlinal 0 M I T MINSTRELS. Established 1856. Sole and Responsible. Proprietors, LINsteeIOREF, Louis LivEciORc. and C. J. Ln one. ,,xII the Year Round. Thirty Star Artistes. ComuIunicatiOns to be addressed Neltherfleld louse, Netherflold, near Nottin
October 3, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England