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FIFTEEN

FIFTEEN

WORDS.
October 27, 1899 - Music Hall and Theatre Review - London, London, England
 
Fred Brown, Comedian and Novelty Rag-time Dancer. Bedford. Collins's. Sole agents—Claxton and Maodonougb.

Fred Brown, Comedian and Novelty Rag-time Dancer. Bedford. Collins's. Sole agents—Claxton and Maodonougb.

October 26, 1900 - Music Hall and Theatre Review - London, London, England
 
Bert Powell Up-to•datc Magician. The most brilliant Magical Act ever witnessed. Mystifies everyone. Now abroad.

Bert Powell Up-to•datc Magician. The most brilliant Magical Act ever witnessed. Mystifies everyone. Now abroad.

October 26, 1900 - Music Hall and Theatre Review - London, London, England
 
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AFTER this he goes up to the garret again, determined to have his way, even if he has to use force. He is about to do so, when Satan, having escaped from his cage, appears at the garret window, and a fierce struggle ensues between man and beast, in which the gorilla chokes his o
October 27, 1899 - Music Hall and Theatre Review - London, London, England
 
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GRIFT goes to the Palace Theatre on Monday next. * * WE ard glad to see Miss Minnie Cunningham back again in London, at the Loyal. She has a new ditty, showing that " Someone has to do the dirty work," and emphasizing the fact that the man who does it is not to be despised. She
October 27, 1899 - Music Hall and Theatre Review - London, London, England
 

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THE MUSIC HALL AND THEATRE REVIEW.

THE MUSIC HALL AND THEATRE REVIEW.

August 4, 1899 - Music Hall and Theatre Review - London, London, England
 
EMPIRE

EMPIRE

There is no remarkable change in the Empire programme, the directorate always working by the rule that the " best is good enough," and being, therefore, superior to the occasion. The ballet, " Round the Town," is a most beautiful and imposing production, and has not yet lost the
August 4, 1899 - Music Hall and Theatre Review - London, London, England
 
HULL.

HULL.

Palace (Proprietors, the Liverpool, Leeds and Hull Empires Co., Limited ; Managing Director, Mr. H. E. Moss ; General Manager, Mr. Frank Allen ; Resident Manager, Mr. Alfred Graham).—The Florenz Troupe of acrobats are very expert; Wallis and Langton are immense favourites ; Dose
August 4, 1899 - Music Hall and Theatre Review - London, London, England
 
SHEFFIELD.

SHEFFIELD.

Empire Palace (Proprietors, the Sheffield Empire Palace Co., Limited ; General Manager, Mr. Frank Allen ; Resident Manager, Mr. T. Aynsley Cooke ; Stage Manager, Mr. A. M. Holmes ; Musical Director, Mr. T. Wrathmall).— Bertoldi's graceful movements are at once the wonder and del
August 4, 1899 - Music Hall and Theatre Review - London, London, England
 
136, OLD CHURCH RD., STEPNEY.

136, OLD CHURCH RD., STEPNEY.

3y. One Ounce Stick. AMERICA & THE COLONIES.
August 4, 1899 - Music Hall and Theatre Review - London, London, England