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THE FRAUDS ON MUSIC HALL PROPRIETORS

THE FRAUDS ON MUSIC HALL PROPRIETORS

I I - - rrr, I n ri n,- .1 9!~ CIlNTIAL> CItIJAIINTAL COUKTI OCTOBsER Z.i an~~t~n;-o l~~elsi aiell-denr~osta , Fpdii( t& Ererfeig/i, -aged tileicty-SiX, a ell young manescribed a Clerk, ?? before the Recordaer, for unlaw.fully endeavouiing to obtain 4A10s. from Herbert Sprague b
October 29, 1876 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"THE DRAMATIC CENSORSHIP."

"THE DRAMATIC CENSORSHIP."

" THE D)RAMATIC CENSORSHIP." TA _ -.1 - ?? A .- I I: : TO THE ED)ITOR 0O' THE ERA. the Sir-Emancipated from the austere Control of the Lord ceni lish chamberlain, would our playgoers welcome with delirious ani hat joy all those plays which now languish in the cold shades tist tor
March 14, 1891 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ACTORS' ASSOCIATION.

THE ACTORS' ASSOCIATION.

nt TO THE EDITOR 0O' THE ERA. ve Sir,-An actors' union may, or may not, be acon. ve summation devoutly to be wished for, but as regards te the conduct of its foundation there can be no two ar opinions. Its fundamental principles must be two in number:-I. The membership of the wh
March 14, 1891 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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ALBIION THEATRE OF VARIETIES, BURY. M ANTEXD, First-class Variety Artistes, Ladies Wand Glentlemren (no0 Aerial Showvs),. Old and NeCw Favourited w rite', Mlondcay Marc-h 231, on. Negr Art steswrite. WILLIAMv li. Ficrii, l'rcf'rsctteur ?? 13~trm.ssei, Manaigr.h TIIEATIIE ROYAL.,
March 14, 1891 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Fourth Annual Provincial Tour. r H E M A XW ELGIS. T HEery Evening, STAR MUSIC HALL, LIVERPOOL. Also the Artistic American Vocalist and Dancer, )Iiss VIRGINIA FRANIES. AddroCs, abovc; or, Agents, Warner and Co. - ?? hold the held. rnHE S A K E R S HT E (ALFRED and ALICE). Mfonday
March 14, 1891 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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The Vital Spark. MISS J EN N Y HILL. lrone but hr ii -t -ari 1. h-r ?? 1eTl.l-TLirt}oBAilD, . NEWV VYl-t U- s.A .A 1*lit~l II tt.-'tiiif't. Ti,<Iv,*.1+ llt It.ll~lmr *1 " 11, ?? I,,l Ii o i I n Ic Sole Agitit 11. J. lidcott. The Gemin of Coloiiitt. IS S A 1) A LUNDBER M IS ADA LU
March 14, 1891 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BLACK MAIL IN MUSIC HALLS.

BLACK MAIL IN MUSIC HALLS.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE ERA. Sir,-Knowing your readiness always to expose anything detrimental to the status of the profession generally, I beg you by the means of your valuable columns, to draw attention to a system of black mail now being levied on artists at more than one music
September 15, 1883 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TOPICS OF THE WEEK.

TOPICS OF THE WEEK.

TOPICS OF THE WEEK TiHE burglary question has received special attention from the autholities of Scotland-yard this week, a special meeting being dllil en eduesday of the superintendents of the twenty (ljvismis of London police. Of course, the recent attacks unon the police forme
September 15, 1883 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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V. ROBERTSON and H. BRUCE'S T COMEDY COMPANY. "hc f CASTE' Comedies, havilg now been withdrawn from the Provincial Stage for a Serics of Years, no further dates for any of the Robertsonian Comedies will be boo',ed. nao agers and Members of the Dramatic Profesoion generally are ca
September 15, 1883 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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September 28, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England