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IDEAL OPERAS.

IDEAL OPERAS.

IDEAL OPERABS. Lovers of opera have to consider what kind of works they will encourage in the future. There is legendary opera, the comic opera, the opera of homely sentiment, the ballad opera, and the spectacular opera. All of these have their admirers, but no particular school
October 17, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ARTISTIC AID FOR THE DEAF AND DUMB OF LIVERPOOL.

ARTISTIC AID FOR THE DEAF AND DUMB OF LIVERPOOL.

ARTISTIC AID FOR THE DEAF AND DUMB| OF LIVERPOOL. Thanks to the courtesy of the Mayor and Mayoress of Liverpool, a three days' sale of work was held at the Town Hall at the end of last week in aid of the fund for the erection of an institute for the adult deaf and dumb of the cit
October 24, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

nOUR readers will learn with regret that Mrs Alfred Mellon, so long and so favourably known to playgoers, both under that name and as Miss Woolgari s seriously indisposed, and that her mental as well as her physical strength has broken down. Very valuable has been the services r
October 10, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA IN AMERICA.

THE DRAMA IN AMERICA.

(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) NEW YORE, SErf. 25.-A Bowery audience is one of the most amusing in New York. It is amusing because it is natural. It gives immediate voice to its first and quickest impressions. It does not stop to analyse. If it is amused it laughs without inquiri
October 10, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WHERE TO DINE.

WHERE TO DINE.

I rWHE iE TO DINE. Time was when the only answer to this ever-recurring question ?? the tidal train to Paris. In London one might perhaps satisfy the rude pangs of hunger, but it was only in the classic precincts of the Palais-Royal or under the shadow of the Madeleine that the c
October 10, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE- LONPI"Q- M4-JSIP HALLS. li,. aesiria s !. ai Teie'r- AE OXFORCD. - Ma E 3J. &Nti~hbbii BihEnIT.-The fifteenth annual benefitof tlibbopli Thaniger and musical director of the aboveciiamed establsbhment'took place on Wednies. day evenieg'ae . t ''da5"atteOded with the usual gr
October 31, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
JUDIC IN AMERICA.

JUDIC IN AMERICA.

The American public does not take kindly to skilfully veiled Gallic impropriety, to judge by the following:- " It is useless to deny that Judie's repertory, thus far, is intolerable by an American audience. Even our French residents will not take their wives and daughters to suc
October 31, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A NEW OPERETTA.

A NEW OPERETTA.

A NEW O PBRETTA. At the Town Hall, Hove, on Thursday evening, a New Operetta by Charles Thomas, Music by tHarrietYoueg, entitled "WHEN ONE DOOR SHUTS ANOTHER OPENS." Colonel Sylvester, it.A ?? Mr GEORGE Pown Captain Carden ?? Mr LEIsH BRNNETT Mrs Carden .Mrs PFRTWi3D Miss Laura L
October 31, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. B EASE.7-T1e deaths was announced in our issue of Sentantr 296th. FAUS-T-YOU -itt fictz ott tele ateriaZ you require in the columns of The Era. T IV. K.-The drama is not yet published, and the acting rights are still reserved. R. S.. ?? a matter of tast
October 17, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL DON'TS.

THEATRICAL DON'TS.

A writer in an American paper has invented a number of theatrical " don'ts." We present a few of them for the approval of our readers. DON'T-be a "theatre party," or an "opera party,' in its ordinary form, like theatre parties who take pos- session of places of amusement for soc
October 24, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England