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WHITTINGTON DRAMATIC SOCIETY.

WHITTINGTON DRAMATIC SOCIETY.

it s. The " Whittington " is one of the oldest established is and most earnest and efficient of our metropolitan amateur n dramatic societies and whatever it attenipts is generally care- al fully and creditably done. A certain aniountof unevenness is ie always a characteristic o
January 28, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON THEATRES.

THE LONDON THEATRES.

Only some slight pieces serving as preludes to the more substantial portion of the evening's entertainment have been produced as novelties during the week. The dramatic chronicle of the time may be briefly sum- marised. La Ailascotte has been played in French at the ROYALTY. The
January 28, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PROVINCIAL T1I..E'ATRICALS. HEER )fAtxits W.it ' Wlailan~id Xliii', is ii I i , ?? I I'> li (. .is t II -Iti-, 1 Iaice ir, c I tt t.ai ' t(l 1ci I , i 1t, irs t b % ts A' 'itt i_ I I 3lilit v' To: I t, i Ae n, li . t A SI I, C h c P~ti OIo I;sIi C o MIi A, Air A Ili i lI a it u o
June 9, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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SCALE OF CHARGES FOR "WANTED" ADVERTISEMENTS. TWENTY WORDS (Three Lfnes), ONE SHILLING. Each Additional Eiqht Words, Sizpence. MELVILLE'S THEATRES AND COMPANIES. WUTANTED, Dramatic and Burlesque Artists, T for Short Engagements, commencing June 11th, ISth, and 25th. Address, with
June 9, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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SCALE OF CHARGES FOR "WANTED" ADVERTISEMENTS. TWENTY WORDS (Three Lines), ONE SHILLING. Each Additional Eight Words, Sixpenee. Replies to advertisements can be received, and can be either called for or forwarded by post to suit the convenience of advertisers, Office, 49, Wellingt
November 3, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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y =-o S' ST. JAME3S'S HALL P le epciis To J i:T or Shlare ait all cimlen ..ith Filrst-claSS Corrrlraolies Qtlly, F or term',s &.B ,-opp1 to Mr S. 110(11 Curt, Secretary. THEATRE ROYAL.- K Solo Lessee, ?? STrN11ror'. ' terncvated. Newi Flocrinhr to lit and Gallery. Fs sulrclery. F
November 3, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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The Vital Spark. M I S S J E N N Y H I L L. None but herself can be her parallel.-TUEOBALD. Brilliant success at GRAND THEATRE, LIVERPOOL. Packed audiences Nightly. Rapturously effusive. Utter discomfiture of the shaking Ink Slinger. Who in the space of one short moon Was Tipster
November 3, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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T. YC E U M THEATRE.- L Y Sole Lessee, MJr HENRY IRVING. Every Evening (except Saturdav), at 8-15, Mr RICHARD MANSFIELD as DR. JEKYLL and SIR. HYDE. Morning Performance, every Saturday, at 2-0. Box-office (Mr J. Hurst) now open daily from 10-0 to 50. H AYMARKET THEATRE.- Lessee a
August 25, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A JUMP FROM THE GALLERY.

A JUMP FROM THE GALLERY.

The performance at SMr Lowrey's Star Music F1fl d Dublin, last Tuesday night was interrupted by an e ordinary and startling incident. A manl, named NVilla a a Kenny suddenly jumped from the top gallera anl i.; Y with great force onl a member of the orche tra MII s George Kennedy
August 25, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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ADEMOISELLE BEATRICE'S LLMl COMEDY-DRAMA COMPANY. Under the Management of Mr FRANK HARVEY. Eighteenth Year of Tour. Artistes:- Mr FRANE HARVEY Miss LIZZIE BALDWIN Mr T. W. BENSON Miss EYRE ROBSON Mr CHARLES DARRELL Miss NELLY LINGRAM Mr E. SIIIRRA Miss IDA COURTNEY Mr A. LINGHAM
November 17, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England