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MR. AUSTIN P ODMORE, l53.l. Recitals. 14. Dean's-yard, Wes ter. MR. T. MOURTON POWELL .L. t Liberty for First-class spring Tour. Address, THEATRE ROYAL, LEICESTER. MR. GEORGE W. RATHEBONE, ML[ Lead, Heavies, Character, or Juveniles. Agents Blaekmore and G. Tate. R. GEORGE RICHARD
December 11, 1886 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

MR CHARLES WYNDHAM has kindly consented to preside at the next anniversary dinner of the Royal General Theatrical Fund. This is good news, for with so genial a chairman there should be a goodly company and a very handsome subscription list. No SMOKING ALLOWED " is the rule at th
December 11, 1886 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE IRVING DRAMATIC CLUB.

THE IRVING DRAMATIC CLUB.

It may, we think, be fairly said that the members of this club take the lead among amateurs. Perhaps it is right and proper that they should, seeing that they have England's leading actor as their president. Specu- lation upon that matter, however, must not be carried too far, f
December 11, 1886 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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T H E SCaHIEDMAYER SCHIEI)MAYER SCRTIEDMAVEIt SCHIEI)MAYER SCRIIIDMAYER SCINIEDIIAYER PIANOFORTE DE PO T. IRON GRANDS, SE3NII.GRANDS, MIGNON GRANDS, OBLIQUES, oVERSTRUNGS, and VERTICALS FOR SALE or HIRE, or on the THREE YEARS' SYSTEM. A RCHIBALD RAMSDEN, A 103, NEW BOND-STREET, L
December 11, 1886 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE NEW EXETER THEATRE.

THE NEW EXETER THEATRE.

. - . . . ?? (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) The new Theatre Royal, Exeter, a description of which has already appeared in the columns of The Era, was opened under the most favourable circumstances on Wednesday evening. The old building, it will be remembered, was destroyed by fir
October 16, 1886 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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BOGUS CONCERT MANAGEMENT.

BOGUS CONCERT MANAGEMENT.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE ERA. Sir, -We, the undersigned, desire to warn our fellow- artists that bogus management is no longer confined to remote provincial regions, but is at times attempted in London. In answer to an advertisement for vocalists for daily concerts in London, we mad
October 16, 1886 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

I S S M A R R I 0 T T. Address, Mr RICIARD EDGAR, V E 94, Manchester-road, Southport. I S S KATE SANTLEY. jyj Letters should be addressed, ROYALTY THEATRE. -A IS S BATEMAN (MrS. Crowe). 11 All r onemunifiatiofls addressed to Grsvegarden' Regcnt's-park, wvill be forwarded. GENEVIE
May 1, 1886 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"ALADDIN" AT DRURY-LANE.

"ALADDIN" AT DRURY-LANE.

" ALADDIN " AT DRURY-LANE. Recently we furnished our readers with a lengthened description of the dresses used at Drury-lane in this year's pantomime, and so minute and so elaborate and complete in details was this description that the reader must have wondered as he read, and ha
February 13, 1886 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

LONDON PAVILION. Mr Villiers is reaping the reward of his enterprise, and a late visitor to the magnificent hall in Regent- circus has some difficulty in finding a seat. The pro- prietor pursues his old and always successful policy, the entertainment now, as ever, being the best
February 13, 1886 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE GRECIAN AND THE SALVATIONISTS.

THE GRECIAN AND THE SALVATIONISTS.

THE GREdIAN AND THE SALVATIONISTS. On Saturday, at the Middlesex Sessions, the court sitting at the Guildhall, Westminster, Mr William Booth appealed against a rite of eightpence in the pound made against him on April 8th, 1885, for the relief of the poor of the parish of St. Leo
February 13, 1886 - The Era - London, London, England