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THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

THEArT 111,L( us sIP. -'ii h{eNRY ht\ .N- K g iTT,1, i!atlt Iir ?? s-ll known tlat it is its-err smi risiig to itill *o1e it-ae eviden"c (it bis liblwralitv. \ g ost tihee ?? conitribu- tions received at thi Bail.k it Eligislil for the P'riliCL of Wah 8 its Hospital Fundl to'r Lo
July 14, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CONCERTS OF THE WEEK.

CONCERTS OF THE WEEK.

CU?0CEI.'i >F THE WEEK. Ml. KlI'BELIK'> RECITAL. Tbh cxtraordirnary voung violinist who has so sneedily Ihecerone a celebrity, aind who received the honour of a Ro\t al Command'' last weuk, gave on Saturday last a P'aganlni recttal, in, whici the entire programme was st(ectcI fro
July 14, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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o AL ACADE'MY OF MUSIC, TEN4TEkDEN-STREET, W. 1it ?? t 1 Inrorporated by Royal Charter, 1830. ?. it. K Ii the Duke of SAXE-COBURG and GOTHA, ri ?? of EDINBURGH, K.G. A oeff'r-m to Pupils of both sexes an opportunity1 Tt lt, , iou ?? in Music in all its Brancies .'s-" -: eitiitern
July 14, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MUSICIANS IN COUNCIL.

MUSICIANS IN COUNCIL.

The seventeenth annual general meeting of the Royal College of Music was held on Tuesday at Marl- borough House, the Prince of WALES presiding. Among the members of the corporation and the council present were the Duke of Cambridge, the Marquis of Northampton, Lord Harlech, Lord
July 14, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PARISIAN MUSIC HALL GOSSIP.

PARISIAN MUSIC HALL GOSSIP.

VARISIAS MUSIC IIALL GOSlPll. I ii.E can hardly Fsa noN whicli one of our music .al .4 bas the largest attentla)ce, as Paris is so crowded 't the presenit moment that each one of our entertain- uennt palaces gets its shale of the public. This is not be won ered at, as thte mnanag
July 14, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN BRIGHTON.

AMUSEMENTS IN BRIGHTON.

AITUSElifENTS IN BRIGHTON. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) THEATRE ROYAL.-LesseC and Manager, Mr H. Cecil Beryl ;Acting-Msnager, Mr A. Wheeler.-Miss Julia Neilson, supported by an excellent company, opened here on Monday with As You Like It. The play was superbly staged, and the pe
July 14, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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W ANTED, Engagelrtent, Violinist, in an Orchestra ; or to Join Steady Partner. Vlommsir," care of General Post-oftice, Rarnsgate. IATANTED, by Violinist., Situation as a First or TV Second Violin, in a Theatre, Circus, or Seaside Orches- tra. Excellent Relerences. Low Terns bor c
July 14, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LONDON'S BUSINESS-MANAGERS.

LONDON'S BUSINESS-MANAGERS.

A CHAT WITH EDWARD SASS. (BY OUR SPECIAL COMMISSIwORB) A globe-trotter by choice and a desire to see the world a bit, Mr Edward Sass has travelled to many cities and collogued with many men. He caught stage fever while oozupied in the daytime in the celebrated bank of Messrs Gly
April 21, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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April 21, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE SHOWMAN WORLD.

THE SHOWMAN WORLD.

(FROM A SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.) From nearly every centre of popular resort there comes the same sad tale of bad business, caused by the wet and stormy weather. We visited two of the big Manchester fairs, and found, even in the wet, crowds of eager pleasure seekers braving the ra
April 21, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England