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"A FAIR CONQUEST."

"A FAIR CONQUEST."

An Original Dramatic Episode, in One Act, by Albert E. Drinkwater, produced at the Prince of Wales's Theatre, Great Grinishy, July 18th, 1887, Paul Raymond .Mr JULIUS KNEaoT Sir Horace ?? ?? Mr A, E. DRINF.VATER Hester Grant ?? Miss EMuLY STAPLZTON (FROc OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.)
July 23, 1887 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LAST APPEARANCES.

LAST APPEARANCES.

Last appearances are always occasions of sadness and regret. When an actor or actress, worn out by work and rendered obsolete by age, leaves the stage that is no longer graced, and has to be relinquished, our pity emphasises our emotion, and sorrow, altogether unsel- fish, takes
July 2, 1887 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"GIPSY GABRIEL."

"GIPSY GABRIEL."

"GIPSY GIBRPIEL' A New Comic Opera, in Three Acts Written by Walter Parke and William ?? Music Composed by Florian Pascal, played for thle First at the Theatre Royal, Bradford, On Thursdays Nis uae Colonel Tremaine ?? ir GEoRGzo P cV. 3d. Harold Penraven .- - Mr HILTON ST, TIrT D
November 12, 1887 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON THEATRES.

THE LONDON THEATRES.

"Boxing Night" was this year accompanied by very unfavourable atmospheric conditions, but through the anew and slush thousands of holiday-makers cheerfully trudged to enjoy their annual treat of the various enter- tainments provided for them by our metropolitan managers. That th
January 1, 1887 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"A WOMAN'S TRUTH."

"A WOMAN'S TRUTH."

" A WOMAN'S TRUTH." A Domestic and Sensational Drama, in Five Acts,, - by Mr Walter Reynolds, produced for the first time in England at the Grand Theatre, Nottingham, on Friday, Dec. 24th,1816. Lord Fitz Eustace ?? Mia FRsD. JARMAN Mr Landfern ?? Mr H. MURRAY-INNES Geoffrey Landi
January 1, 1887 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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THE COMIC VALUE OF ANACHRONISM.

THE COMIC VALUE OF ANACHRONISM.

Comic poets and burlesque writers have a firm and unchangeable belief in the power and excellence of anachronism. To represent Julius Caesar as walking about with an umbrella over his head and a telescope under his arm, as if he were a modern paterfamilias at Ramsgate, seems to
December 3, 1887 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

MR GromlrtEy THoRNE's new burlesque upon the sub- ject of Dick Turpin will be produced at the Strand Theatre either on Boxing Day or as soon after as pos- sible. The part of Dick wili bhe played by Miss Lydia Thompson, whose reappearance is sure to be cordially welcomed. Mr Geof
December 3, 1887 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROFESSIONAL LUGGAGE.

PROFESSIONAL LUGGAGE.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE ERA. Sir,-It may interest the various travelling managers to know that, after numerous meetings, the united Railway Companies of England, Scotland, and Wales have revoked all previous edicts, and from Dec. 1st "theatrical parties," &c., will be worked on the
December 3, 1887 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"THE WOMAN-HATER."

"THE WOMAN-HATER."

"THIE WO1MAN-HATER." Farcical Comedy, in Three Acts, by David Lloyd, originallv produced at Theatre Royal, Newcastle, Sept. 2d, revived at Terry's Theatre, Thursday, Dec. Ist, 18S7. Mr Samuel Buedy ?? Mr EDWARD TERRY Mr Dobbles ?? ?? Mr H. einaeL, Tom Ripley ?? ?? Air J. N. ERtSe
December 3, 1887 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MISS CARLOTTA LECLEROQ'S MATINEE.

MISS CARLOTTA LECLEROQ'S MATINEE.

MISS CARLOTTA LECLERMQS MATINEE. Considerable interest attaches to Miss Carlotta Leclercq's pupils' matinees. At these pseformarcees marry artists now performing with success at London theatres, or p]aying round the provinces w ith credit, have made their first appearances; and a
December 3, 1887 - The Era - London, London, England