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THE DRAMA IN PARIS.

THE DRAMA IN PARIS.

7; "LES PETITS MYSTERES DE L'EXPOSITION." yaudeville, in Three Acts, bv MM. Milher and NumLs, Produced at the Thdftre Cluny, Auz. 21st, 1839. Dlpbelair ?? M VFRET Joseiih Rate ?? M. ALLART iieniflard ?? M. DoRsAT verilet ?? M. LuREAu Cyprie . ?? ?? MIc NVAS co,,tran ?? M. CALVIN
August 24, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MR. T. F. NYE'S BENEFIT.

MR. T. F. NYE'S BENEFIT.

MR. T. F. NYE'S B3EINEFIT. Mr T. F. Nye, late of the Surrey and other London theatres, took a benefit at the Elephant and Castle Theatre on Thursday, when The Lady of Lyons was played, with the following cast:- Claude Meluotte ?? Mr T. F. Nra Beauseant ?? M Mr hOYDoN ERLeNxN Glav
August 24, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LICENCE FOR COOKE'S CIRCUS.

LICENCE FOR COOKE'S CIRCUS.

LICENCE FOR COOKE'S CIRCIUS. Mr Burlington Brumell, variety entertainer, appeared at the Dundee Police-court, on Tuesday last, in sup- port of an application for a licence to give entertain- ments in Cooke's Circus, Nethergate. Bailies Craig and Perrie, Messrs Willshoe and Tulloc
August 24, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
IMPERIAL INSTITUTE CONCERTS.

IMPERIAL INSTITUTE CONCERTS.

IMPERIAL INSTITUTE CONCEPTS. e Music is liecomiinga Proineilinit feature of attraction at tiel Imlerial Institute, and(I oil WeuInes'dav eveninlg tin stuilents of the RoA al College of llutic gaive a concert, whiih was enjoyed lhv a -cr> larme audlience. At first some of the stud
January 27, 1894 - The Era - London, London, England
 
POLITICS AND RELIGION ON THE STAGE.

POLITICS AND RELIGION ON THE STAGE.

¶~~ q. - SATUR1DAY, JAN. 27, 1894. POLITICS ANI) IREll'lON UN THIE STAGE.I Ilrs IMARX-AVELINGiS lecture, at the St. James's Hall, last Sunday, to the mtemubers of the l'lay- goers' Club, onl t thlene " Religion and Politics on the Stage," suggests a few remarks in addition to tho
January 27, 1894 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SHERIFF HARRIS IN BIRMINGHAM.

SHERIFF HARRIS IN BIRMINGHAM.

The production of A M31ilion of Mloney at the Prince of Wales's Theatre, Birmingham, last week, was the means of taking to Birmingham the two famous collaborators on Drury-lane dramas, Mr Augustus Hailris and Mr Henry Pettitt. A few days ago these celebrities were to be seen at
April 11, 1891 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

ST. JAMES'3 HALL, PICCADILLY. THEE COORE and BURGESS MINSTRELS' TWENTY SIXTH ANNUAL EASTER ENTERTAINMENT produced last Monday. A VERITABLE TRIUMPH. ECLIPSING ALL PREVIOUS SUCCESSES. MORE PEOPLE WERE TURNED AWAY from both PerfornlanCec, which were given in the Great Hall, than wvo
April 11, 1891 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA

THE ERA

..i ..;t ?? SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1891. SARAH AND TIER CRITICS. Madame SARAH BERNHARDT does not appear to have been received on the other side of the Atlantic with unanimous cordiality. Profession- ally she has been a great success ; and the receipts from her performances have been
April 11, 1891 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ROYAL ITALIAN OPERA.

ROYAL ITALIAN OPERA.

ROYAL ITALIUN OPERA. On Monday, April 6th, Glucl's Opera, t ORFEO." orfso ?? . Mcdlle. GIULIA RAvorLi L'Amore ?? hidlle. BAnuamaEtsea Furidice ?? . Mdlle. SOFIA RAVOGeI Premnitre Danseuse ?? Mdile. PALnADINO Mr Augustus Harris began the season of Italian opera at Covent-garden on
April 11, 1891 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SARAH AND HER CRITICS.

SARAH AND HER CRITICS.

I II I II II I - - I ? SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1891. SARAh1 AND IIER CRITICS. Madamdle SARtAII BERNIIHART does not appear to have been received on the other side of the Atlantic with unaninmous cordiality. Profession- ally she has been a great success and the receipts frons her perfo
April 11, 1891 - The Era - London, London, England