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"THE CADET GIRL."

"THE CADET GIRL."

" THE CADET GIRL." A Musical Comedy, in Three Acts and Six Scenes, Adapted by Harry B. Smith from the French of Gavault and De Cottens, Music by Louis Varney and Ludwic Enzlander, Produced at the {erald-equare Theatre, New York, on July 26th, 1900. (FROM OUR AMERICAN CORBRESPONDE
August 11, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"THE LAST FEAST OF THE FIANNA."

"THE LAST FEAST OF THE FIANNA."

Plav, in Ons Act, by Miss Alice Millican, Produced at the Gaiety Theatre, Dublin, on Monday, Feb. 19th. FionnM'Cumhal ?? Mr T. BRYANT EDWIX Oisin ?? ir FRANKLIN WxALFORD CaoilteM'Ronan ?? r JOIIN F. DeNTON Grainne ?? Miss FANNY MORRIS Nianih .. , Miss DoIocTorY HAMMnOND (FPOal O
February 24, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MR. TERRY AT THE HOSPITAL.

MR. TERRY AT THE HOSPITAL.

Mr EDWARD TERRY, in the unavoidable absence of Mr Beerbohm Tree, presided over the annual Court oe Governors of Charing-cross Hospital on Wednesday afternoon at the institution in the Strand. The report recorded a prosperous and satisfactory year. Mr EDWARD TERRY, who was receiv
February 24, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TRAGEDY IN DRAMA.

TRAGEDY IN DRAMA.

TRAGEDY IK DRAMA. Mr W. L. Courtney gave the second of three lectures on the "Idea of Tragedy in Drama," at the Royal Institution on Saturday last. On the previous occasion, he observed, he had described Greek methods of approaching the insistent problems of life. Between the tra
February 24, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN PLYMOUTH,

AMUSEMENTS IN PLYMOUTH,

AMUSEMENTS IN PLYMOUTH. (F1BO OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) THEATRE ROYAL.-Lessee and Manager, Mr C. F. Williams.-Mr Eade Montefiore's excellent company is this week presenting the fine old drama Thc Strccts of London to capital houses. The piece is splendidly staged, and a familiarity
February 24, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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AMUSEMENTS IN SOUTH SHIELDS.

AMUSEMENTS IN SOUTH SHIELDS.

AMUSEMENTS IN SOUTE SHIELDS. (FROM OCR OWN CORnRESPONIENT.) THEATBz RoYAL.-Lessee and Manager, Mr L. A. Snowdon ; Acting-Manager, Mr Fred Coulson.- The highly sensational and popular drama Luck of Lje is occupying the boards ofi this house this week. Mr Herbert Cecil gives a plea
February 24, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN EASTBOURNE.

AMUSEMENTS IN EASTBOURNE.

(F14OM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) T11TATRE ROYAL.-1'roprietor anti Manager, th Theophiltis Creber Acting-Mauager, Mr S. J. Lyntoln. -Melodrama again occupies the stage here undkr tht title of The Romany's Rlcreryge. The company is wis eT the direction of Mr Harry Foxwell. Mi-s Ruth
February 24, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN DUBLIN.

AMUSEMENTS IN DUBLIN.

AM-US EIIEMNTS IN DUBLIN. IFRONM Ott7 OWN CORRESPONDENT.) THAlsTRi; Ro r . L.-.Managing-Directors, Mlesrs Morell e and lounillot RFsident-Mlanager, M~r Arthur Arm- F ?? Lockwood'8 No. 1 company is here with c La Pollpcm. ?? T. A. Shale gave an exceedingly clever impersonation of
February 24, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"TWELFTH NIGHT" AT OXFORD.

"TWELFTH NIGHT" AT OXFORD.

" TWELFTH NIGHT A AT OXFORD. The present members of the Oxford University Dramatic Society revived TwcIfth Night on Wednesday evening last at the New Theatre, Oxford, and, to do them justice, with such a measure of success as to justify their harking back to an old love in prefer
February 24, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PAUL MARTINETTI'S FAREWELL.

PAUL MARTINETTI'S FAREWELL.

We are lending Paul Martinetti for a time to the "daughter-land," Australia, where he goes to fulfil an engagement with Mr Harry Rickards. The departing pantomimist was entertained on Tuesday afternoon by a number of his intimate friends at a dainty luncheon at the Trocadero Res
February 24, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England