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J B. MULHOLLAND'S TOURS. MIZPAE." 400 Nibhte' sound success ! "MIZPAH." Bookings include:- "MIZPAH." "MIZPAH." GLASGOW, SHEFFIELD, "MIZPAH." MIZPAH." MANCHESTER, HULL, LEEDS, "MZIEPAM." "MIZPAH." PLYMOUTH, LIVERPOOL "MIZPAH." "MIZPAR." CADIlF, DBRADFORD, '-dIZPAH. "MIZPAHI." ABER
April 28, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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MR. A T H O L B LAI R, on Tour until May 7th. All letters forwarded imme- diately. Address, 153, Fellows-road, London, N.W. MIR. and MRS. J. H. BOOTH (Miss Amy Rogerson), Heavy and Juvenile Lead, in "Creeping Shadows." Pantomime olfers invited. T. R., Birkenhead. TtJ R. ACTON BON
April 28, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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I RYS TA L PALACE.- U Admission, Is. Daily; except Satnrday, is. ld. bcfore Five i is. after. To-day, Saturday. April 21st, at 3h0 o'clock, .1r 3ANNS' DENEFIT CONCERT.-Nikita(her First Appear- ance at Crystal Palace), Madame Carlotta Recosschbwiez (her First Appearance in England
April 21, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA

THE ERA

??i SATURDAY, APRTL 21, 1888. THE BOARD OF WjrORKS BILL. The largeness of the majority by which the Metropolitan Board of Works (Theatres, he.) Bill was defeated on a second reading last Tuesday evening was decidedly satisfactory. The fact of the undesirability of the Board as a
April 21, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England
 
GENERAL THEATRICAL FUND DINNER.

GENERAL THEATRICAL FUND DINNER.

(GENjERAL THEATRICUL FUND) I)INNER,. The forty-third anniversary festival of this admirabh provident institution was held, on Wednesday evenhig in "the Whitehall Rooms " of the Hotel MDtropole Thte Right Hon. the Earl of LATHOM, Lord Chamberlain. presided onl this occasion, and t
April 21, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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AN OPERATIC FAILURE.

AN OPERATIC FAILURE.

to A receiving order was madb by the Hieh Court on t. Jan. 27th last agains.t Mr James Hlenry Mapleson, operatic manager, late of the Royal Italian Opera t, House, Covent-gardei, and Ier ?? Theatre, le Haymarket. The dubtor has inow filed a statement of le his.affairs, whichgive
April 21, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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M R. HENRY AD)OLPHlUS PAYNE, Scenic Artist, Gaiety Palace, lirmiegham. At Liberty shortly- Address, 6. Mark et-street. R. HERBERT PEARSON, 1VL ?? The ?? ?? Goblin." R. W. H. PERRETTE jt Disengaged. Address, 10, Virginia-street, Southport. lf R. A. D. P I E R P O I N T, as Dr. Chi
April 14, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"AT BAY."

"AT BAY."

" AT BAY'" A New and Original Drama, in a Prologue and Foer Acts by Charles Lander and Ina Leon Cassil A Played for the First Time at the Ladbroke elill on Monday, April 9th, iSgs. Laurence Dudley .* Mr COHARLEs LASso0 Vernon Gray ?? M r D. G. ENGL;Su Jerry ?? Mr CrCt El TI a Sam
April 14, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WEST LONDON DRAMATIC CLUB.

WEST LONDON DRAMATIC CLUB.

WEST LONDON DRAMWATIC CLUB. The reputation of the Ladbroke Hall for interesting ?? will aseend if mnany such "first nights" are given as that of Thee Wideow's Cap and For Ilim.elf Alone last Saiturday. it is always agreeable, in the absence of positive genius, to fied work done.
April 14, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON THEATRES.

THE LONDON THEATRES.

Apart from morning performances there is not much to be noted in the dramatic chronicle of the week so far as the metropolis is concerned. The most important event is obviously the reappearance of Mr Henry Irving and Miss Ellen Terry at the LYCEUMe this (Saturday) evening, when
April 14, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England