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MR. PERCY ELLIOTT'S CONCERT.

MR. PERCY ELLIOTT'S CONCERT.

Mr Percy Elliott, a violinist of more than ordinary ability, gave a concert at Steinway Hall on the 17th inst., when his own performance of an Elegie by the famous Italian violinist, Bazzini, was a prominent and attractive feature owing to the pure tone of the player and the fre
July 25, 1896 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE LONDON M1USIC MiALLS. THE ALEAMBRA. The already most attractive programme at the Alhambra Theatre has been strengthened by the addition of several fresh turns, and the whole enter- taiument is now as brisk and diverting as can be desired. One of the new comers is Farini, a ju
July 25, 1896 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

M ISS FANNY BROU GH, OLYMPIC THEATRE, IV Every Evening. NI' ISS BATEMAN (Mrs. Crowe)VN L receives Pupils in her Own Theatre. Thorough Dramatic IV Tra.ining. Public PerformanceS. 4S, Wetherby-mansiones ?? 1\rI S S M A R R I O T T1\ /{ S Disenzaaed. Letters only). care of " The Era
February 22, 1896 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN GREAT GRIMSBY.

AMUSEMENTS IN GREAT GRIMSBY.

tv lp - - U5 A- - ?? (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) PRINCE OF WALES'S THiEATRE.-Proprietor, MIr H. .t J. Curry; Manager, MIr J. H. Curry; Assistant Mlana- ger, Mr A. Loveday. -Mr Milton Bode's pantomime s Aladdin, from the Prince's Theatre, Bradford, was per- x formed on Mlonday
February 22, 1896 - The Era - London, London, England
 
COUNTY COUNCIL AND AMUSEMENTS.

COUNTY COUNCIL AND AMUSEMENTS.

(SPECIALLY REPORTED FOR THE ERA.) Sir ARTHUR ARNOLD (Chairman) presided at the weekly meeting of the London County Council, held at the County Hall, Spring-gardens, on Tuesday. THEATRES AND MUSIC HALLS BILL. On the motion for the reception of ?? Committee report, Mr ORGAN asked
February 22, 1896 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CRAZES IN CRITICISM.

CRAZES IN CRITICISM.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE BEA. Sir,-It is not only of certain fads indulged in by professional critics that I desire to treat in this letter; but of certain whimsical opinions on matters of art which are indulged in by amateurs and playgoers. Of late years it has become a hardly heal
February 22, 1896 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMERICAN MUSIC HALLS.

AMERICAN MUSIC HALLS.

(FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) NEW YORK, FEB. 12.-There has been a remark. able increase in the number of music halls, or vaude. p Vile houses, as they are generally called, in New York v within a very short period. Looking back no further i than three yeals, there were only two reputa
February 22, 1896 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TAKINGS AND LEAVINGS.

TAKINGS AND LEAVINGS.

At the Sussex Assizes this week, before MIr Justice Wills, Mr Rollo Ealmain sought to recover £60 19s. Gd., money received on his behalf, and damages for trespass from MIr William Slade, manager of the Hastings and St. Leonards Central Assembly Rooms and Arcade Company. The plai
February 22, 1896 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN BIRMINGHAM. (FROM OURR OWN CORRESPONDENT)

AMUSEMENTS IN BIRMINGHAM. (FROM OURR OWN CORRESPONDENT)

AMUSEMENTS IN BIRMINGHAM. (rnnmr OVR OWNV CORRqSPdNmnp1 I (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) THEATRE ROYAL.-Lessee, Mr Charles Dornton; Acting-Manager, Mr W C. Dornton.-This week we eav good-bye to Santa Claus, but the feeling of keen regret is tempered by the prospect of the best com
February 22, 1896 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN BRADFORD.

AMUSEMENTS IN BRADFORD.

AMMUSEMENTS IN BRADFORD. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) THERATRE ROYAL.-LeEsee, Mr John Hart; General Manager, Mr W. M. Hart.-Mr T. F. Doyle, the stage- manager and author of the successful pantomime of 2'hr Mfodern Forty Thieves, had his benefit here on Monday, when many noveltie
February 22, 1896 - The Era - London, London, England