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DEATH OF MR. MAT ROBSON. Mr Mat Robson died on the 22d inst. after a painful illness which lasted nearly twoyears. He started his pro. fessional career as a young man at the Theatre Royal, Newoastle-on-Tyne, under the management of E. D. Davis, playing singing-walking gentlemen,
December 30, 1899 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN WOLVERHAMPTON.

AMUSEMENTS IN WOLVERHAMPTON.

D ?? R`2,1.'Z .N;) - -za" , aebw i (FRBOM OtUB Owie COBR5IRPONDENT.) GRAND THRATRE.-Lessee and Manager, Mr E. H. Bull; Acting-Manager, Mr John Halpin.-In arrang- ing with Mr Milton Bode for the production of Beauty and ?? Beast Mr Bull has provided his patrons with an attractive,
December 30, 1899 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

DRTJRY-LANE, THEAThE ROYAL.- ?? 'Managing Director, ARTHUR COLLINS. The Ohildren's Pa ntom.imne. Twice Daily, at 130 and 730, JACK AND THE BEANSTALK. Written and Invented by Arthur Sturgess and Arthur Collins. Music by J. M. Glover. DAN LENO. HERBERT CAMPBELL, NELLIE STEWART John
December 30, 1899 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA

THE ERA

?? SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1899. THE HIGHER DRAMA. The Playgoers' Club is always doing something that is interesting and pleasant ; and both those adjectives may be applied to the speech of Miss IRENE VANBRUGH at the Ladies' pinner at the Hotel Cecil, on Sunday evening last. Miss
December 30, 1899 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MUSIC HALL GOSSIP.

MUSIC HALL GOSSIP.

THE drizzling and unpleasant weather oe Boxing afternoon did much to tempt visitors to London withing the halls of smoke and song, and at several of the more important houses crowds commenced to gather on the pavement at about midday. As we stated last week, managers and proprie
December 30, 1899 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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THE HALLS AND THE WAR.

THE HALLS AND THE WAR.

The proceeds of the matin6e at the London Pavilion £202 14i 8d, have been forwarded per the " Society of Water Rats," to the Mansion House fund. Collected for the Telegraph fund at the Marylebone Music Hall, High-street. Marylebone, per Mr Edward Hart and Mr Richard Pelham Hart,
December 30, 1899 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE SHOWMAN WORLD.

THE SHOWMAN WORLD.

(FaON A SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.) Christmas and Boxing Day in Manchester were dull for two reasons. The first and the greatest, the war cloud over-shadows everything. Tommy Atkins' friends at home cannot make merry on their fair-ground whilst he is eating his heart out with vexati
December 30, 1899 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WORLD'S FAIR AT ISLINGTON.

WORLD'S FAIR AT ISLINGTON.

l The Christmas assembly of shows at the Agricultural i Hall is as large and interesting as ever. The list of c attractions is much the same as last year, and Messrs 11 Read and Dailey and Mr C. Dorman, the managing e direotor of the fair, have shown excellent judgment and discr
December 30, 1899 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WORLD'S FAIR AT ISLINGTON.

WORLD'S FAIR AT ISLINGTON.

The Christmas assembly of shows at the Agricultural Hall is as large and interesting as ever. The list of attractions is much the same as last year, and Messrs Read and Dailey and Mr C. Dorman, the managing director of the fair, have shown excellent judgment and discretion, for
December 30, 1899 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN MANCHESTER.

AMUSEMENTS IN MANCHESTER.

AMIUSEMENTS IN MANCHESTER. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) THEATnE ROYAL.-Managing Director, Mr Robert C0egtneidge; Acting-Manager, Mr Edmondstone Shirra. Tbe pantomime produced here on the 22d inst. is the ffty.fourth in the history of the theatre. The Forty Thi'ecS is the Drury-l
December 30, 1899 - The Era - London, London, England