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AMUSEMENTS IN PORTSMOUTH.

AMUSEMENTS IN PORTSMOUTH.

(FRoM OUR OwVN CORRMSPONDENT.) THEATRE ROYAL. -Licensee and Manager, Mr J. W. Boughton.-Mr Edward Compton, with the Compton comedy company, is the attraction here this week, His repertoire of old English comedies always meets with a favourable reception in Portsmouth, and good b
October 20, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"MARCELLE"

"MARCELLE"

" MARCELLE " (FROM OUR AMERICAN CORRESPONDENT.) A play, in five acts, with the above title, by Eugene W. Presbrey, was presented for the first time in New York, after a week's trial in Montreal, at the Broad- way Theatre, on the 5th inst. The scene of the first act is laid in the
October 20, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A CHAT WITH MR. JAMES EAST.

A CHAT WITH MR. JAMES EAST.

Mr James East started his theatrical career in January, 188S, with the late John Clayton, who was unfortunately very ill at the time. The tour commenced with Arthur W. Pinero's Dhandy Dick and Thr Magis- trate. Always great friends, they lived together on tour, and, to make a lo
September 29, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN LEICESTER.

AMUSEMENTS IN LEICESTER.

(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) ROYAL OPERA HOtSE.-Proprietor and Manager, Lieutenant - Colonel J. A. Winstanley ; Musical Director, Mr John Gregory.-Monday saw the first per- formance in Leicester of Floroffora, which is being pre- sented by Mr 'Tom B. Davis's excellent company.
October 13, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL BUSINESS-MANAGERS.

PROVINCIAL BUSINESS-MANAGERS.

I (ILLUSTRATED.) MR. HENRY E. KAITFFMAN. This gentleman, who is now the acting-manager at the Theatre Royal, Dover. has had the best of teachers in all matters appertaining to the theatrical world, namely experience. He has been on the boards, both at home and abroad, and has fu
October 13, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

THEATRtICAL GOSSIP. h~i. COQtUiLIN, p.ri'idilleitof the' Atssociationi 103 Airtiiitet Dtaniritqie arid Matiautno Sarall Bernhardt are arratiginig to give a lingle perfotrmanxce of Aiploii before thev -iail for Amtctrica lon Nor'. I ith. Thle entire proceeds a're to iliei-,ttt to;
October 13, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE SHOWMAN WORLD.

THE SHOWMAN WORLD.

THE SHOWMAN AWORLD. (FROM A SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.) The buying of young geese at .Michaelmas, in order to turn them out for the gleaning of the scattered grain on the cornfields after harvest, was the origin of the Nottingham Goose Fair. where this year Wombwell's mammoth wild be
October 13, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE SHOWMAN WORLD.

THE SHOWMAN WORLD.

TILE SHOWMAN WORLD. (FROM A sPECIAL. CORRESSPONDENST.) e The buying of young geese at Michaelmas, in order to turn them out for the gleaning of the scattered grain on the cornfields after harvest, was the origin of tie Nottingham Goose Fair. where this year Wombwell's mammoth wil
October 13, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

NEW WARWICK FILM SUBJECTS. EXTRA SPECIAL JOAN OF ARC. A Grand Spectacular Cinimatograph Production in Twelve Scenes. Length. SOQt. PRICE, Plain ?? 45 Coloured ?? Duration of Exhibit about Fifteen linutes. JOAN OF ARC admits of Twelve Different Changes of scenerY, all important, a
October 13, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN HULL.

AMUSEMENTS IN HULL.

(FRo3r OUR OWN CORREsPONDENT.) THEATRE ROYAL.-Reeident-Manager, Mr W. F. Mor- ?? again MIr Bourne's popular play Alan to Man is at the Royal. Time has in no sense diminished the drawing powers of the play, and the crowded houses this week prove the full value of the piece. The c
April 28, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England