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THE LONDON THEATRES.

THE LONDON THEATRES.

A brief summary will suffice in this place to indicate the few theatrical events of the week. Theatrical business generally continues in a satisfactory condition. The Promenade Concerts, COVENT-GARD1EN, have presented varied programmes of an attractive hind. The realistic drama
October 21, 1882 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A BOUQUET OF BEATRICES.

A BOUQUET OF BEATRICES.

A BOUQUET OF BEATPRCES. Mrs Jameson has said that " In Beatrice high intellect and hi,;h animal spirits meet, and excite each other like fire and air." True as this is of the invention of Shakespeare's brain, itis, at least, equally so of what 11er stage exponent ought to be. To
October 21, 1882 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MADAME DORVAL.

MADAME DORVAL.

M1ADAME DORVAL. -4 The present epoch may almost be called one of remi- niscences, and, without intending to make any comparisonrs, which, after all, serve no practical purpose, it is perllitted to us to remark that the French stage of the present daly has not the same splendour t
October 21, 1882 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PARISIAN GOSSIP.

PARISIAN GOSSIP.

(BY A RESIDENT.) What would have been the event, or rather solemnity, of the Parisian week has been postponed for a fortnight, owing to the weather, which certainly has been anything but pro- pitious for the inauguration of statues, or indeed any open-air ceremonies. I refer to
October 21, 1882 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SIGNOR VERGARA'S CONCERT.

SIGNOR VERGARA'S CONCERT.

SIGNOR VERGAiRX'S CONCERT. Signor Vergara gave a concert at St. James's Hall on Saturday night, the object being to provide a fund for the education of Cuban Slave Children. The Loncert formed one of a series, to carry out the objvct in view by thec Mayor of Alatajizas, of foundi
October 21, 1882 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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October 21, 1882 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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October 21, 1882 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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B L 0 N D I NX, B the Hero of Niagara, has returned to London from his Euccessful Continent il Tour. Free to accept Engaeemcnts t 11 April, 18S3. Sole Avent. . A. de Parravicini, 49, Giukc-street, London, S.W. Important Notice to Proprietors who are Seehi =g for Novelties and Scn
October 21, 1882 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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FEAMINETON, NEW THEATRE ROYAL.- L2Now' Open. Nonte tint FirMl-rote CostpaitIas treated NNith. Fir vaca it C otec, Al-p' to Ur J1. TE31siAtNr, Lesson. ANCHESER.-FO LYWIn GAIETY VARIETY THPATES.-ie folo~ia_~,Arti-IrO nmust, withoitt foild attend izt,,tncrsil (00 Monday. October cli
October 21, 1882 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE END OF MYERS'S CIRCUS.

THE END OF MYERS'S CIRCUS.

It is given to most of us to remember the first impressions of all the pleasures of our youth. Who can ever forget the stu- pendous delight of the first experience of a circus ? The glitter of the lamps, the sawdust ring, the peculiar odour of horses and of oranges which pervade
October 21, 1882 - The Era - London, London, England