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THE LONDON THEATRES.

THE LONDON THEATRES.

THJE LONDON THEATRES. a THE GRAND. a C0o Monday, June 9lst. the Farce, in Three Acts, 1 by Toni S. Wotton, entitled J 'TIlE EIDER DOWN QUILT" Aliert oda Bolena ?? Mr GE0ReR BLr.iArIY t ,,r Jchn Caudelec ?? Mr NicoL PErNTLANI Captain Bernard ?? Mr ARTHUR PLAYSFAIR Ic ?? r H. J. Fi
June 26, 1897 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SIR SQUIRE BANCROFT.

SIR SQUIRE BANCROFT.

SIR SQUIRE BANCROFT e Every lover of the drama has been delighte I to e learn that amongst the gentlemen upon whom -h Queen has been pleased to confer the esteemed hon e of knighthood is Mr Squire Bancroft. The new kniu y is a native of London, where he was born on May 14ht d 181
June 26, 1897 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A CHAT WITH LESLIE KENYON.

A CHAT WITH LESLIE KENYON.

(BY OUR SPECIAL OOMMIzSIOaNm.) One of the most interesting successes of the just ending theatrical season has been that of 3ir Leslie Kenyon, as the general practitioner, Dr. Brooker, in The Physicawn. The performance may be said to have established MrKenvonwith London playgoers
June 26, 1897 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE VICTORIA HOSPITAL BAZAAR.

THE VICTORIA HOSPITAL BAZAAR.

THE VICTORIA HOSPITAL BAZS Y In honour of Her BMost Gracious M1ajesty Victoria's Diamond Jubilee a grand Imnperia l fitQ aen fancy fair was opened by the Princess Louise ond 'I -(day afternoon, and has been held this NNeek - beautiful Botanical Gardens in Regent's park- at the ,t
June 26, 1897 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MUSIC HALL GOSSIP.

MUSIC HALL GOSSIP.

M1USIC HALL GOSSIP. Is reference to thle matinc e at the Tivoli in aid of D ,11'ic Hall Artists Tribute to the National Commnemo- v l Fund on behalf of thle Queen's Jubilee Inetitute v ric -Nurses on Monday next, We are asked to state that a -he following noblemen and gentlemen h
June 26, 1897 - The Era - London, London, England
 
EARLY ENGLISH DRAMAS.

EARLY ENGLISH DRAMAS.

EARLY ENGLISH DRPAMAS. The history of the early English dramas may be fq divided with some precision into three epochs. The e first extends from about the end of the eleventh cen- b tury to about the middle of the fifteenth. This is the B period of the mysteries and miracles, and
June 26, 1897 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMERICAN AMUSEMENTS.

AMERICAN AMUSEMENTS.

(FROM A SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT,) e NEW YORK, JUNE 9.-After reading the press com- d ments here on the recent failure of ?? partists to capture London, it does not require a very o great stretch of the imagination to believe that we have is been on the verge of another grave inter
June 26, 1897 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN BIRMINGHAM.

AMUSEMENTS IN BIRMINGHAM.

AMUSEMENTS IN BIRMINGHA-M (atOM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) TgHATRE ROYAL.-Lessee and Manager, Mr Charles Dprrin<'ir C. W. Somerset's version of The Sorrowcs MIX ' 02,, 5 ?? caught on here, and deserves to do so else- A. eer-e. It isthoroughly well acted, and Mr Somerset's cc l.rU.CC
June 26, 1897 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PARIS THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

PARIS THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

PARIS THEATRICALi GOSSIP. (BY A PARISIAN.) PARIS, THuBSDAY, JUNE 24.-It is all over. The chrysalis has developed into a butterfly. Yvette Guil- bert exists no longer. She has become Yvette Schiller. She was married quietly, unostentatiously, and without any preliminary blowing of
June 26, 1897 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE BOGUS ACTOR.

THE BOGUS ACTOR.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE ERA, - Sir,-" How are you, old fellow, still alive I see ?" cried a voice behind me in the Strand the other day. I of turned, and the bogus actor stood before me. Time had at altered him but little since I last saw him, except, pe perhaps, it had made him a
June 26, 1897 - The Era - London, London, England