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It/f ISS BATFMAN (Mrs. Crowe) Ml2 receive6 Pupils in her own Theatre. Thorough Dramatic Training. Pub!1c Performances. 49, Wetherby-manelons, S.W. [ ISS SOP HI E LARKI N. A'fdress communications "Southvieve,` ?? I;ing-street West, Hammersmith, W. M ISS KATE SANTLEDY. ilL @Address
November 6, 1897 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

Ma IV. S. GILBERT has entered an action against The Era for an alleged libel contained in our leading article of Oct. 16th. It wvill be remembered that Mr Gilbert, in an interview with a representative of the Edinburgh Evening Dispatch, attacked, amongst other things, all our li
November 6, 1897 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HENRY IRVING'S BIRTHPLACE.

HENRY IRVING'S BIRTHPLACE.

HENRY IRVING'S BIRThPLACE. (BY OUR SPECIAL PILGRIM.) The exquisite taste and judgment which distinguish Sir Henry Irving's conduct of life have in no way been n more clearly displayed than in his choice of a birth- place. In order that the reverent sensitiveness of his i myriad a
November 6, 1897 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WOMEN PLAYWRIGHTS.

WOMEN PLAYWRIGHTS.

Mrs Oscar Beringet's address entitled " Can Women WritePlays? " wasidelivered to the members of thePlay- goers' Club on Sunday evening last. Mr Carl Hentechel, the president, was in the chair, and among those pre- sent were Sir Squire and Lady Bancroft. Mrs BERIsGeR described a
November 6, 1897 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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The Offices of "The Era " are at e 49, WELLINGTON-STREET, STRAND, e e LONDON, W.C. a SCALE OF CHARGES FOR t PROFESSIONAL ADVERTISEMENTS. 9 TR4VELLING COMPANIES, e PROVINCIAL THEATRES, lPROVINCIAL MUSIC HALLS. 3 FORTY WORDS(Five Lines), TWO AND SIXPENCE. For Each Additional Line,
November 6, 1897 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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A L H A M B R A.-] THE GATHERING OF THE CLANS. Revival for a, few MWeeksonly of thi popuol~ar SottishLBallet. Reappearance of iES Cisie Loftus, in her Inimitable Impersonations of Popu- I ar Artietes; ?? and Barber, the Wonderful Trick _ nrick Cyclits; Senorita Tortajada, the Wor
November 6, 1897 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

DIE LONDON MUSIC HALLS. THE CANTERBURY. Dlr George Adney Payne and his lieutenant Mr Fred Holden have been rejoicing in excellent business during the week at the Academy over the water, and the former gentleman seems to bear with cheerfulness, fortitude, and equanimity the respon
November 6, 1897 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE GAIETY, BIRMINGHAM.

THE GAIETY, BIRMINGHAM.

The Gaiety Theatre of Varieties, for long years known as a concert hall of a sterling type, where good entertainment was regularly provided and invariably sure of the reception it deserved, has undergone a remarkable transformation. When the establishment was taken over by the G
November 6, 1897 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LONDON PLACES OF AMUSEMENT

LONDON PLACES OF AMUSEMENT

AND STREET IMPROVEMENTS. At the weekly meeting of the London County Council, held on Tuesday at the County Hall, Spring- gardens, there were two proposals brought forward which will affect various places of entertainment. SADLER'S WELLS AND ROSEBERY-AVENUE. The Corporate Propert
November 6, 1897 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMERICAN AMUSEMENTS.

AMERICAN AMUSEMENTS.

(FRosf OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT NEW YORK, OCr. 2O.-Marie, Loftus completed a very successful engagement at Proctor's on Sunday last, making her final appearance before a large audience. Miss Loftus has received some good offers, which, if accepted, would keep her here for several m
November 6, 1897 - The Era - London, London, England