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MUSIC HALL SONGS.

MUSIC HALL SONGS.

MUSIC HALL SONG3. An article upon the above subject in a contemporary has called forth the following correspondence: "Sir,-I read your interesting 'leader' concerning music hall songs, and though, being myself a msdtc hall performer, I may agree with much that referre o the inani
October 17, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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
 
THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE ROYAL. We are not likely to weary of the story of Aladdin, in whatever form it is set forth. When, therefore, Miss Harriet Lauri, attired in the classic raiment of the Greek Chorus, appeared befofe a beautiful black and gold curtain on the night of our visit to Mr Purkiss's
October 17, 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
 
A MUSICIAN'S MOODS.

A MUSICIAN'S MOODS.

A well-known musical feuilletonist, of Vienna, thus writes concerning Anton Rubinstein :-" Rubinstein, as a player, is visible to his admirers in three aspects: the 'formal-pathetic,' as he sits down to his instrument, in a concert-room, clad in full evening dress, with a dozen
October 17, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE GLUT OF ASPIRANTS.

THE GLUT OF ASPIRANTS.

To judge by an article in an American paper, the excess of the supply of aspirants to the stage is as great on the other side of the Atlantic as it is in Great Britain. It ?? a vast increase has taken place during the past six years in the number of people that have sought the s
October 17, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A NEW THEATRE FOR DERBY.

A NEW THEATRE FOR DERBY.

For many years the inhabitants of Derby have felt the want of a theatre. It has been difficult to understand why a town with a population of 90,000, situated in the midst of a wealthy and populous district, should be at such a disadvantage in regard to its opportunities for the
October 17, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE CHURCH AND STAGE GUILD.

THE CHURCH AND STAGE GUILD.

THE CHURCH AND STAGE GULD. TO THE EDITOR OF THE YBA. Sir,-As a member of the body of "curious imperti- nents " as the writer of the article "The Bishop and the Pallet " chooses to designate the Church and Stage Guild, I crave your permission to correct two important errors into w
October 17, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

The Vital Spark. T E N N Y lI I L L, J None but herself can be her parallel.-TuaHOBALD, Gaiety Theatre, Nei, castle, this Week. The greatest success ever achieved at this Hall. Handreds unable to gain aduission. Monday eext, AVENUE THEA]TRE. SUINDERLAND. Sole Agents, Victor and T
October 17, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England