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DAPHNE DE ROHAN

DAPHNE DE ROHAN

IN THE NEW AND ORIGINAL AND ENOR3MOUSLY SUCCESSFUL AUSTRALIAN SKETCH " BUSH LIFE; OR, A WIFE IN A THOUSAND.' On Monday, Dec. 4th, Miss Daphne De Rohan pro- duced a sketch, entitled Bush Life; or, a WTife in a Thousand, at the Grand Theatre of Varieties, Graves. end. The sketch w
December 30, 1899 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE CRAGGS' RETURN.

THE CRAGGS' RETURN.

THE CRAGGS' RETUR{N. (FRO3c OUll OWN CORRESPONDENT.) The Cunard steamer Lucania is One of the best afloat. but fog must even give her pause. Her passage from' New York to Liverpool was of a smooth and pleasant nature (almost summery in its surroundings, said the I chief of the Cr
December 30, 1899 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN BIRMINGHAM.

AMUSEMENTS IN BIRMINGHAM.

ALUSEMENTS IN BIRMINGHAM. (i nvw .D. A V - I (FROM OUR OWN CORK18PONDENT.) THEATRE ROYAL,-Lessee, Mr Charles Dornton; Acting-Manager, Mr P. Rodwav.-The pantomime, which was produced here on Boxing Day, appears to possess strong elements of success, and should have a good run. Pra
December 30, 1899 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN HALIFAX.

AMUSEMENTS IN HALIFAX.

(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) GRAND THEATRE, LimITED.-Lessees, the Northern Theatres Company; General Manager, Mr Otto C. Culling; Acting-Manager, Mr Norman M. Robin. son.-A crowded house assembled last Saturday to witness the production of the pantomime Aladdin and the splendid
December 30, 1899 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN PLYMOUTH.

AMUSEMENTS IN PLYMOUTH.

I (FROM OUR OWVN OOBoRSPONDENT.) ., THEATRE ROYAL.-Lessee and Manager, Mr C. F. d Williams.-The Royal has been long famed for the e excellence of the pantomimes produced by the enter- e prising lessee, Mr C. F. Williams, but it is questionable a whether he has presented a more c
December 30, 1899 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

M ISS *M A R I LB L LO YDqI - Principal Boy, CROWN THEATRE, PECEHAM. Agent, George Ware. Miss MARIE LLOYD wishes to draw attention of her Brother and Sister Artistes that her Father, Mr J. Wood, has taken the Albion Hotel, Hastings (facing the Sea), which has been thoroughly Clea
December 30, 1899 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN EDINBURGH.

AMUSEMENTS IN EDINBURGH.

(FBOM OUE OWON CORRESPONDENT.)C THEATRE ROYAL.-Proprietors, Messrs Howard and Wyndham, Limited; Acting-Manager, Mr Walter Hollister.-Dick Whitington has achieved an imme- diate artistic and financial success, and it is admitted on all sides here that this beautifully illustrated
December 30, 1899 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CHRISTMAS PRODUCTIONS.

CHRISTMAS PRODUCTIONS.

CHRISTMAS P'RODIUTIONS. "JACK AND THE BEANSTALK,", DRURY-LANE Pantomime, Written and Invent d by Messrs Arthur Sturgess and Arthur 0o) line Produc d on Boioig Day. [lame Trot ?? DAN LRIso HIobbie ?? HILRBERT CAMP-BELL H.l1 M King ?? JOHNNY DANYRES Th~e Demon Worm ?? WILLIAM MORGA
December 30, 1899 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A CHAT WITH CYRIL MAUDE

A CHAT WITH CYRIL MAUDE

ca.tf WITH CYRIL MAUDE (Ioy OCR SPECIAL COMMISLSIONERL) 0l Ad actors achieve greatness so rapidly and with so Cu certainty as Mr Cyril Maude achieved his. For c t artijcl8r line, that of well defined and yet ver- 1, eccenltricity, Ir Maude certainly deserves the 01 5jactive gret.
December 30, 1899 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE SHOWMAN WORLD.

THE SHOWMAN WORLD.

d (FROM A SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.) Christmas and Boxing Day in Manchester were dull for two reasons. The first and the greatest, the war f cloud over-shadows every thing. Tommy Atkins' friends e at home cannot make merry or. their fair-ground whilst t he is eating his heart out w
December 30, 1899 - The Era - London, London, England