Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 656,287 articles

AMUSEMENTS IN NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE.

AMUSEMENTS IN NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE.

; A - 'Tj ENETS 's E'VW'f'I' XSiTL!.;. - Y !.I I T5^. Tf;:7i.-Msayxg'trbt) ic'>. f Ac 1"' hair' ' Bt;Klrt cs'firctccr, ?? Fred C. rnlthifc.- I Wi W'tyh s?'s ? artlitic, as i tt-il ats elaborate, * cracsmixs o; ?? i has alreadey atrainclc an ?? ti-v todt, I IoirTilip c 'C artiO ??
January 6, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"BOER OR BRITON."

"BOER OR BRITON."

Dranma, in Four Acts, by Fred Cooke, Produced at the Star Theatre, Liverpool, on Monday, Jan. 1st. Barney O'Flaherty ?? Mr FReD COORs Captain Jack Fairleigh ?? ?? ARr[uUR Sr. JoHsN Hans Muller ?? Mr A. Ia BARON Silas Brown ?? Mr ?? SeMIra Bongo ?? .. Mr H. A. Tleo[ILLTOX Governo
January 6, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMERICAN AMUSEMENTS.

AMERICAN AMUSEMENTS.

AMERICAN -'AMUSE HENTS. (IROil OUC OWs COiRCSrONDENT.) NEW YO RK, DEC 20.-Qmo TFulds, a dramatisation of Henry Sienckiewicz's novel of that name, was pro- duced at M'Vicker's Theatre, Chicago, on the 12th inst. The play held the interest of the audience from the start, and there
January 6, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA

THE ERA

I SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1900. THE DRAMATIC YEAR. It used to be the fashion, in sporting phrase- ology, to distinguish each particular twelvemonth by the name of the great thoroughbred who won the principal race. If we were to describe 1899, we should be inclined to call it "Lord Q
January 6, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA IN BERLIN.

THE DRAMA IN BERLIN.

"DIE UACHT DER FINSTERNISS." Drama, in Five Acts, by Leo, Count Toletoi, German by A. Scholz, Produced at the Deutschee, Nov. 3d, 1909. Peter .H . err SCItWAIGEP Anisja ?? Friulein LEHMANN Akulina ?? Friulein SARROW Anjutka ?? Fraiulein SeeLEN Nikita ?? H err BASBEReMAN Akin ??
November 10, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN BIRMINGHAM.

AMUSEMENTS IN BIRMINGHAM.

(FROM ona OWN CORRESPONDENT.) THEATRE ROYAL.-Lessee, Mrs C. Dornton; Acting- Manager, Mr P. Rodway.-Eiaht times a week to crowded houses (six nights and two matinees) is still the happy state of things with The Babes in the Woeor pantomime. PRINCE OF WALES'S THEATRaE.-Lessees, R
February 24, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE PROFESSION AND THE WAR.

THE PROFESSION AND THE WAR.

THE PROFESSION AD TRE WAR. The following contributions have been added to the Daily Telegraph Shilling Fund:- The orchestra, Theatre Royal, Drury-lane (fourteenth ilastalment), per T. W. Chambers, 36s M Mr R. D'Oyly Carte's Repertoire Company (fourth donation), per Mrs C. H. Work
February 24, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN PROTSMOUTH.

AMUSEMENTS IN PROTSMOUTH.

A2SIASEMENTS IN PORTSMOUTH. !(i 1M 0itUR OWN CuRRtESPONDENT.) ' ?? X IA L. -LicenCee arid Manager. Mr J. NV. i ?? hl'ie r(trnjjj visit of Mr Frank Curzon's Nitji Loo td and Ladur Alsit is being much i i- 1d re. Mr Stuart Champion as Lord Algy ' g:lr . Ile is well supported ?? Bli
February 24, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN WOLVERHAMPTON.

AMUSEMENTS IN WOLVERHAMPTON.

AMYSEMENTS IN WOLVERHAMPTON. (FRONI Our OWN CORRESPONDENT.) GnANI) THEATRE.-Lessee and Manager, Mlr E. H. Bull Acting-Manager, M5r John ?? week Mr Bull has atforded his patrons much pleasure by arranging for a return visit of The Broken Jftlod!, in which M. Auguste Van Biene is d
February 24, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN BIRKENHEAD.

AMUSEMENTS IN BIRKENHEAD.

(FROM OUR OWIN CORRESPONIEbNT.) THEATRE METROPOLE.-Lessee. Mr IV. W. Kelly.- Messrs Frederick Harrison and Cyril Mande's company in The Liltl,: Miuislcr constitute a strong attraction. The manv charms and beauties of the play receive every justice at the hands of able artists, M
February 24, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England