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I iS S K A T E S A N T L EY. JYI Letters should be addressed, ROYALTY THEATRE. I SS BATEMAN (Mrs. Crowe). I Letters to be addressed, 28, Lion-terrace, Portsea, Hants. 1j IS S GENEVIEVE WARD, in America. Postal address, Corda, Shanklin, Isle of Wight. f ISS LOUISE MOODIE La Disenc
December 25, 1886 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. IV PARAE.-Advertisements, if replied to in our lamns 7 must be replied to by advertisement. Ps _Joansma Baillie wrote more than sixty years ago a thrceact drama called The Bride. The scene was laid in Ceyotn. The play was published, hut not per- 0: -9Ed
November 13, 1886 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ON THE ROAD, DECEMBER 6.

ON THE ROAD, DECEMBER 6.

ON THE POAD, DECEMBER 6. A RUN OF LUCK.-Theatre Royal, Edinburgh. ALLEYN, Miss.-Alexandra Theatre, Sheffield. ALONE IN LONDON (Original).-Prince's T., Bradford. ALONE IN LONDON (A).-Queen's Theatre, Keighley. AMoTHER's SIN (Walter Reynolds).-T. R., St. Helens. A NIGHT OFF.-Alexan
December 4, 1886 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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The Vital Spark. T E K N Y H I L L. tJ None but herself can be her parallel.-THE0n1ALD. Provincial Tour. Colossal business at Thornton's, South Shields. The building packed to suffocation Nightly. Mosey refused in all parts of the house. Another record raised. Monday next, MUSEUM
December 4, 1886 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA IN AMERICA.

THE DRAMA IN AMERICA.

THE DRAMA IN AMERICA (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) NEW YORK, MARCH 26.-Not a new play this week and not even an operatic novelty. Mr Charles Locke, the manager of the American opera company, would vigorously refute the latter statement; that is, he would two days ago, when he was
April 10, 1886 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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THE NEW GUILDHALL SCHOOL OF MUSIC.

THE NEW GUILDHALL SCHOOL OF MUSIC.

I I The new Guildhall School of Music; erected by the Corporation of the City of London on the Thames Embankment, near Tudor-street, was formally opened on Thursday by the Lord Mayor, accompanied by the Lady Mayoress and the Sheriffs. The building com- prises an area of 8,000 sq
December 11, 1886 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MR EARLE DOUGLAS'S ENTERTAINMENT.

MR EARLE DOUGLAS'S ENTERTAINMENT.

There was a fairly good attendance at the Eyre Arms Assembly Rooms on the evening of Thursday last, the attraction being a miscellaneous entertainment, organised by the above-named gentleman, whose name is not unknown in connection with the Royalty and Court theatres. In the fir
December 11, 1886 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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D R U R Y - L A N E.- JJ AUGUSTUS H 4RRIS, Lessee and Manager. Every Evening, at 745, the NewSporting Drama, by Henry Pettitt and Augustus larris, A RUN OF LUCK. The createst Dramzatic andi monetary success ever aehieved in the Theatre. Mesdamss Alma Murrav, Compton, Victor Bruce
October 16, 1886 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON THEATRES.

THE LONDON THEATRES.

THE LOINDON THEATRES. The few novelties produced during the week have been chiefly slight pieces serving as preludes to the more substantial attractions of the evening. The dramatic chronicle shows by the dramas prolonging a prosperous career that at most of the theatres satisfac
October 16, 1886 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

(FROM ?? OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) ABERDEEN. aER MAJESTY'S THEATRE.-Lessee, Mr W. M'Farland; General Manager, ir Reginald H~are.-Messrs Van Biene and Horace Lingard revisit un thin wveek with Pal/a. The piece is capitally put on the stage, and the company is strong, Miss F. W~entwsvr
October 16, 1886 - The Era - London, London, England