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MIDDLESBROUGH'S NEW THEATRE.

MIDDLESBROUGH'S NEW THEATRE.

In days gone by the Theatre Royal, Middlesbrough, was regarded as a very beautiful place, and to-day the interior of the building compares very favourably with most provincial places of amusement. The present establishment was erected thirty five years ago by the late Alderman J
May 12, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE GENTLE ART OF DYING.

THE GENTLE ART OF DYING.

I 'T'1E (ELNTIE ART OF DYING. One of the most cherished traditions of the stage in the earlier part of the present century was the stereo- typed,audittuspt be confessed mostunnaturil,exitmmade from the world by wvery villain who met with his deserts in the course of a play. I hen
May 12, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PARISIAN MUSIC HALL GOSSIP.

PARISIAN MUSIC HALL GOSSIP.

OUR readers will doubtless recolect our warning artistes against accepting engagements in Paris for new concerns without taking every precaution. Our words have come true sooner than we expected. At the Palace-Cirque certain agents hail made numerous and important contracts, wit
May 12, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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May 12, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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May 12, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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ACTORS' BENEVOLENT I ATENTH ANNUAL DINNER. DONATIONS GIVEN AND PROMISED. Alexander, George, Chairman, 50. e B. d. LoWenfeld. Henry,. 52 10 0 Ward, Reginald ?? Barrett, Wilson .. 60 0 0 Watrmey, ClauCre.. ~edford, Dahe of .6 0 0 Watts, Weldon Bei, Alfred . 50 0 0 WVaugh, Dr. Blyth
December 15, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN BRIGHTON.

AMUSEMENTS IN BRIGHTON.

(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDONT.) THEATRE ROYAL.-Lessee and Manager, Mr H. Cecil Bervi Acting-Manager. Mr A. Wheeler. - Crowded audiences have given a hearty welcome to Mr and Mrs endal and their companv here this week. On Mondav the engagement opened with The Likcness of the Niqht.
December 15, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL MANAGERS.

PROVINCIAL MANAGERS.

N'POVINCfAL MANA(-E . ' (ILLI.lSTRAIlED.) MRt. CLYDE ME.\YNELL. To Blournemouth and Southampltoln theatre goers this genial and courteous manager is well known, and to -ay he is highly eteemed is but to utter a truism. M~r Meynell was horn at Dover ill the year It;ti and received
December 15, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MR EDWARD LLOYD'S FAREWELL.

MR EDWARD LLOYD'S FAREWELL.

No concert of modern times has evoked such interest and enthusiasm as that given at the Albert Hall on Wednesday afternoon by Mr Edward Lloyd, who on that occasion took leave of the public after thirty years of a brilliant career. Mr Lloyd has not waited until compelled by faili
December 15, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON THEATRES.

THE LONDON THEATRES.

THE LNI)ON THEATRES. THE STANDARD. Co t nia i u'tt t~ lirawa.a b~ (eo. R imis ar d A tIM 'Suilifi s5l i.NLAN DWiN TOWN. ii e., tio '1sa ma wa~ss I-nelced at the Crown, Peck- ~ti, t ?? x5iiths ltssdd delight to tbls'iaud ef ' I5I ?? pit gssers, 55 ho never see tn to weari of 10 s
December 15, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England