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AMUSEMENTS IN BIRMINGHAM.

AMUSEMENTS IN BIRMINGHAM.

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January 12, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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LI ?? Tiers of Ni'igtra, Cluavaier of tle (rder of ?? aCatolique, Chrislit4e1 <1 g,d to appear at thi ?? XI,60CCLTURAL HALL. Sot, Agcl,-t, I arral iii.n Londont. E L L A 7 1~ 1 1, A, EHerorle of the Lofty INire, and lile A I the mos-t I aring: lerforit ,r, is, the W~orld, F Ll".N
January 12, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"CAMILLE" AT ST. GEORGE'S HALL.

"CAMILLE" AT ST. GEORGE'S HALL.

I "CAMILLE " AT ST. GEORGE'S IIALL. fly. Armand Duval ?? Air ROTnBT RY EVANS ise. Duval Pbre ?? Mr UGE.NE SVEYUr . Count D'Varvill Mr WALLACR MOIR y Gaston ?? ir ARTHUE WRLLESLEY to Gustave . Mr CxcIrL BARTH ver jean ?? Mr H1. BARRY e a Madame Prudence. Miss IATE HODSON all Mdlie
March 30, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"HER LADYSHIP."

"HER LADYSHIP."

lnal iure "A New and Original Play of intense interest," in Three Acts, by George Maliville trenn Produced at a Matinee at the ritrand Theatre, lue. onWednesday, Match 27th, lr8!j. Scal Stuart Gerard . , ,, **-r Lu11 LABLACIIu cers Frederick Gerard ?? Mr EDHUND GraSIy sro. John
March 30, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MUSIC HALL GOSSIP.

MUSIC HALL GOSSIP.

MusIC HALL GOSSIP. WVE understand that Miss Bessie Bellwood's libel action against Mr Crowder, the Middlesex magistrate, is being actively pursued, and will be heard shortly. Several music hall proprietors and managers will be subpoenaed to give evidence, among them being Mr G. A
March 30, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN SHEFFIELD.

AMUSEMENTS IN SHEFFIELD.

(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) THEATRE ROYAL-Lessee and Manager, Mr WV. H Daw. -Mr Balsir Chatterton's company on Monday and Tuesday appeared in The Mystery of a Hanson Caba. On Wednesday Madame Medas was played to a large audience. The acting was good all round, ALEXANDRA THEATR
March 30, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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IIVERPOOL-STAR MUSIC HALL.- ii Sole Proprietors and Managers, MessrsF Err3EBRO and LEES. 11onday, April ist, the following Artistes roust attend Rhelar'a at One o'clock prompt :-The Phyidoras, Airs Chas-rCliffrd, Mdlle. Vonare, Mr Class. Sutton, bliss Rose De Vavne, Mr Fred. Wilt
March 30, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DRAMATIC PLOTS.

DRAMATIC PLOTS.

One of the most serious difficulties with which the stage has had and still has to cope, has been, is, and we suppose will be, found in the invention of the plot upon which the words and action of every play depend. The old Greek drama was so much an exposition of the religion o
October 17, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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September 8, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TWO MINOR RECITALS.

TWO MINOR RECITALS.

The supply of public reciters is, we should think, at least equal to the demand. There are so many credit- ably proficient professors of the art of elocution, and so few pre eminently gifted individuals amog stteguish that it really hecomes somewhat difficult to distlingis betwe
March 2, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England