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THE ERA

SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1890. COUNTY COUNCIL AND AMUSEMENTS. In considering one clause of the report of the Theatres Committee of the Countv Council last Tuesday, we confess to a feeling of hopeful cheer- fulness. It is useless to discuss the question whether official inspection of pl
June 28, 1890 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN EDINBURGH.

AMUSEMENTS IN EDINBURGH.

AMIUSEMENTS IN EDINBURGH. (FROM OUR OWN CO(RtESPONDENT.) Music ?? Henry Irving and Mies Ellen Terry read Shakespeare's tragedly Macbeth here on Saturday, the 21$t inst. The public interest in the recital was remarkable, and on a bright sunny afternoon, with the Exhibition and a6
June 28, 1890 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN BIRMINGHAM.

AMUSEMENTS IN BIRMINGHAM.

AMUSEMENTS IN BIRMINGHAM (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) TunATnu ROYAL-Aaanager, ?? W. H. Simpson; Acting- Manager, Mr Frank Hillward.-Considerable success has attended the revival of The Corseian Brothers and Black- Eyed Susan. They are excellently staged; indeed, the forest scene
June 28, 1890 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN PLYMOUTH.

AMUSEMENTS IN PLYMOUTH.

Uluer U i lil ii tIII/ -- , cc - (IcFrEM OUR OWN CORVUE"PONDFN1.) Ti*F:ATIRE IROYAL.- Sr'le Lessee and MaIwager, Mt Rollo Baliali ,; Acting-.11arrager, Mlr Harry E. Blakeley. -Mr Richard Edgar' . Aont Ja,'k company commeicerl an engagement here on Monday last. The popularity of
May 3, 1890 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN MANCHESTER.

AMUSEMENTS IN MANCHESTER.

(FROM OUR OWN CORRHESTONDENT.) THEATRE ROYAL.-Lessee and Manager, Mr T. Ramsay; Acting-Manager, Mr J. H. Core.-Tbe pro- duction of The Gondoliers in Manchester has been a great success. Every night since the first performance a fortnight ago the theatre has been crowded to its u
May 3, 1890 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"THE LAST CALL."

"THE LAST CALL."

" THE LAST CALL." A Drama, in a Prologue and Four Acts, Adapted from the French by Messrs H. Charles and H. J. S. Oreigg, First Produced at the Shakespeare Theatre, Liverpool, ti on Monday, April 1st, 1595. THe PRoLos.u at Feroande Moliere ?? Mr W. A. BURTON tl L Philpe Bon aulti
April 6, 1895 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN NOTTINGHAM.

AMUSEMENTS IN NOTTINGHAM.

A3MUSEMENTS IN NOTTINGHAM. (FROMt OUR OWN cORRESPONDENT. J THEATRE ROYAL.-Mlanager, Mr H. Cecil Beryl; Acting-Manager, Mlr H. B. Gibbon.-Go-Bang is the attraction for the current week. Mr Victor Stevens as Dam Row is full of quaint humour and a fine bur- lesque dignity. Mr Alexan
April 6, 1895 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ON THE ROAD, OCT. 24.

ON THE ROAD, OCT. 24.

ALONE IN LONDON.-Grand Theatre, Nottingham. BALLAD-SINGER, THE.-H. M. 0. H., Blackpool. BANDMANN-PALMER-Theatre Royal, Limerick. BATEMAN, MISS ISABEL -Morton's Theatre, Greenwich. BEARNE, MR A.-New Prince's Theatre, Portsmouth. BEATRICE (MDLLE.) CO.-Grand Theatre, Birmingham. BE
October 22, 1892 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN DUBLIN.

AMUSEMENTS IN DUBLIN.

AMMUSEMENTS IN DUBLIN. (FEO.M OUR OWN COBREiSPONI)ENT.) GAIETY THEuTRE.-Proprictor, Mr Michael Gunn; Business-Manager, MIlr C. HElland.-Mr Osmond Tearle and his celebrated company opened a six nights' engagement here on Monday in Vir7binius. His fine presence, his impressive deme
November 17, 1894 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

SCALE OF CHARGES FOR H. "WANTED" ADVERTISEMENTS. 1' ?? TWENTY WORDS (Three Lines), OIVE SHILLING. V en Each Additional Eight Words, Sixp6ece. Ba en _ Da Replies to Advertisements can be received, and can be either _ nd called for or forwarded by post to suit the convenience of t
October 22, 1892 - The Era - London, London, England