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TOWN EDITION.

TOWN EDITION.

TOWN EDIT [ON. "THE ERA" OFFICE, SUNDAY, Two A.M. GAIETY THEATRiE.-(Yesterday.) The name of the talented Miss Madge Robertson acted as a charm to draw a large and appreciative audience to the Gaiety yesterday morning,. the piece selected for representation being The Lady of Lyons
January 10, 1875 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BANQUET TO MR. CHARLES CALVERT.

BANQUET TO MR. CHARLES CALVERT.

(VRo31 OUR OWNa CORRUSPtOxnTIJr.) Onl Monday Mrr Charles Calvror, the able and popimlar Mansger of the Pri nee's Theatre, Maneim ter-an establishment which, under his wise and spirited sueisncchas aesuired aL Unique, reputation as thle ?? Shakcespecarian Theatre of thle country
January 10, 1875 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Accident at the Leeds Theatre Royal.

Accident at the Leeds Theatre Royal.

Mr James De Green, engaged to appear as Clown, in the Pantomime at the above Theatre, unfortunately broke his knoee-cap at the very last rehearsal, and is now an iniaate of thle Leeds Iniirimrary. Iles ivife and three childron, left without sup port, appeal for assistance, and w
January 10, 1875 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY-LANE.- TL Sole Lessee and Ma~iiagr, P. Bi. Cl-IATTER11TON. Morning Performance of the P'antomhime every lA1016t, Wedles;- dlay, and Saturday. Door's ?? 1loiaf-pasi. Olne, vc ?? fil Tw5o. Onl Monday, and duvring 1lie'week, will be pewflcrsisd the ChIsii551l1 G
January 10, 1875 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TOPICS OF THE WEEK.

TOPICS OF THE WEEK.

TfOPICS3 OP THE WEEK. THERE IIhaS been( little taking Ulace at Court dursin the week, lies MA.rESTY alnd Princess IBEWM's'esE renuisissg at Osborne, where the QUEEN hais also been visited by the Duke of CowN- NAUTIGT, Prines LEOPOLD, after being eonsined to his room tor a fortnig
January 10, 1875 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE NEW OPERA HOUSE, PARIS.

THE NEW OPERA HOUSE, PARIS.

The opening of the New Grand. Opera HIolse, Paris, oil Tnesday ovenlilng, watS all event which the Parisians regarded with the utmost interest. l. J-ITlanzier, the Director, met *ith great sympathy, owing to the difficult position in which iho was placed in consequence of the en
January 10, 1875 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A NATIONAL THEATRE.

A NATIONAL THEATRE.

A NATIONALi TIIEA.TRIE. lii rat qccestioccs, in -which thle interest of art is eclconerned lel:d-lsil; peop'k are thle mnost criious acid Contradictory Oil thel face) of fie earth. There woul? appear to be no dlispiositioin sliteiito heill; art for art's sake, hot every desire to
January 10, 1875 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON THEATRES.

THE LONDON THEATRES.

Favoured by much bettor weatther than aecoipanieal tlhe first week of the holiday season the London Mtanagoers have had everyreason to rejoice in the agreeable changoof tempera- ture. The larger houseos are now most satisfactorily atteindied, the children are merrily trooping to
January 10, 1875 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE VAUDEVILLE DRAMATIC CLUB.

THE VAUDEVILLE DRAMATIC CLUB.

It has been proclaimed, upon very high authority indeed, that a kingdom divided against itself cannot stand. Wlte presume that what is true of a kingdom is equally true of a. Club, and we therefore regret tofind that dissension has sprung up to mar the harmony which has so long
January 10, 1875 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

MAD EMAlOISELLE BEAT RIC El'S COME])Y-DlRAMA COMPANY~. Fifth Year of this Comlpanly. Artists. Messrs I Menditiies FRAN i HARVEY BESSIE E'DWARDS J. CARTEIa-ED WARDS p., LEMMON, (1EURGE WARDE MMELL LINGUHAM It NDREWS jllA~ Cottj'1'ENEY C COWDOEtY M. BU~fNOY II. IBENNETT anid G. HOW
January 10, 1875 - The Era - London, London, England