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THE INSPECTION OF THEATRES.

THE INSPECTION OF THEATRES.

Sir James Picton presided at a meeting of the justices of the peace of the city of Liverpool, which was held in the Magistrates' Room, Police-buildings, Dale-street, on Monday. The business of the meeting w'as to receive the report of the appointment of a police inspector to vis
December 22, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BLOOMSBURY RIFLES A.D.C.

BLOOMSBURY RIFLES A.D.C.

The regimental amateur dramatic club belonging to the Bloomsbury Rifles gave their second performance of the season at their headquarters In Chenies-street, Bedford-square, on the evening of Saturday last. Their choice of piece this time fell unon a minor theatre version of Hugh
December 22, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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December 22, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CORNEY GRAIN SELF-INTERVIEWED.

CORNEY GRAIN SELF-INTERVIEWED.

CORINEY GRAIN SEL-DNTERiVIEWED. "I drst acted," says Alr Corney Grain, in a very amusing " interview with himself " in 1rriray's .Afagayine, " in a back drawing-room in a real piece. have looked out an old scrap-book, dusted it, and it lies before me as I write, with its accusing
March 17, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BREWSTER ON THE BANJO.

BREWSTER ON THE BANJO.

Is the vogue of the banjo as a fashionable amateur instrument declining ? Decidedly not, says Mr Brewster, and to prove his words takes down from the mantel- piece of his comfortable reception room in Regent-street a number of cartes and "cabinets" and other evidences of the ari
March 17, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN AUSTRALIA.

AMUSEMENTS IN AUSTRALIA.

AMIUSEMENTS IN AUSTRALIA ?? Anw (MORRESPONDENT.1 (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SYDNEY, DEC. 20, 1887.-THEATRE ROYAL.- Lessees, Messrs Williamnson, Garner, and Mlusgrove.- The quite unexpected failure of The Red Lamp last mouth caused the management to change their plan of operati
March 17, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN CANADA.

AMUSEMENTS IN CANADA.

(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONFrNT.) MONTREAL, JAN. 2-As might be expected, the quantity of native dramatic work in America increases annually, and, thanks to the genuine triumph achieved by Mr Bronson Howard's new comedy Yhe Henrietta, which is so far the great event of the present se
March 17, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A THEATRICAL SQUABBLE.

A THEATRICAL SQUABBLE.

A THEATRICAL SQUABBLEI At the Birmingham Police-court, on Tuesday morning, before Messrs Chamberlain and Lloyd, Gilbert Elliott, theatrical manager, who resided in King Alfred's-place, was summoned for assaulting Stephen Ainge, tailor, of Broad-street, and also of IKing Alfred's-
June 16, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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June 16, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CONCERT AT KENSINGTON

CONCERT AT KENSINGTON

le le- At the Kensington Towvn ill, ol JTune th, Madame iid Hughes-Pa i tz- r nl d Mr Neoiv ll- 1I i'I gase a n attrac. re- tive concert, in the course of %-I, 1ih ti;e .ady wats, heard Dd to great advantage in (;odlaid's ' C'hio de ?? ian hle anld Signor )on.za's ele gant iwnai
June 16, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England