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"THE IRON MAIDEN."

"THE IRON MAIDEN."

"TH IRO s0N MAIDEN X ." A Dramna, in Four Acts, by Matc Wilkinson aind W. Hi. Hallatt, Produced at the Prince of Wales's Royal Theatre, I Southampton, Dec. 5 1st, 1590. Gilbert ?? W. H. R1tAxn~r Vernon Clifford ?? ?? Mr JAMr~s N. H1ARRIs E Mervyn Clifford ?? EDWARD TRANSe Martinl
January 9, 1897 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NEW YEAR ORATORIOS.

NEW YEAR ORATORIOS.

The experiment tried by Mer Robert Newman of giving an afternoon performance of Elijah at Queen's Hall on New Year's Day proved, so satisfactory that it is certain to be repeated in coming new years. There was only one drawback, bnt Mr Newman could not be blamed for that. There
January 9, 1897 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NEW MUSIC.

NEW MUSIC.

MESSRS WILLOCKES AsND CO., of Berners-street, send a variety of new songs and instrumental pieces.i Amongst other items we have " An Album of Piano- forte Music," by Erskine Allon, one of the composers associated with Mr Granvilie Bantock in the recent attempt to take the musica
January 9, 1897 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

TildE LONDON ME-SIC IIATLIS. THUn ALH A MnhA. It is somewhat of a novelty to discover in a variety programmne the entire absence of the comic or serio- comic singer, considered by many to form the backbone of the lighter entertainments of London. The Alhambra. howvever, appeals m
January 9, 1897 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE BEDFORD.

THE BEDFORD.

Mr Tom Maitby's holiday programme has attracted crowded audiences to the Bedford, and it must be gratifying to the genial proprietor to find that even1 now the nightly attendance shows but slight signs of3 falling off in point of numbers. The most importautl item in the bill is
January 9, 1897 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A LION TAMER IN DISTRESS.

A LION TAMER IN DISTRESS.

A TLION TAM.-ER IN DISTRECSS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ERBA, Sir,-A great deaL is being said in the Daily Mail andI copied by other papers about George Wombwell. the famous showman, and the distress in which he has beena found by one of their reporters, and I, being the ownera of Wom
January 9, 1897 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A CHAT WITH SANDOW.

A CHAT WITH SANDOW.

A CH AT WITH SANDOW. (BY OUR SPECIALI COMMlISSIONER.) ?? Sandow's present intention is to reappear at the London Pavilion on Monday week. The injury to his arm has been overcome, but Mr Sandow's belief is that he would be unwise to work until he has made assur- ance doubly sure.
January 9, 1897 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MUSIC HALL RAILWAY RATES.

MUSIC HALL RAILWAY RATES.

IMJSIC MATLLRAILWAY RATES.. -(SPESCIALLY REPORTED FOR THE ERA.) The Christmas holidays now being over, the work of the Executive Committee of the Music Hall Artistes Railway Rates Association has been recommenced, and is being carried on, if possible, with increased zeal and ener
January 9, 1897 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN LEICESTER.

AMUSEMENTS IN LEICESTER.

(PRSOM OUR OWNO CORRSPONDICNT.) R{OYAL OPERA Housg.-Lessee, Major Winstanley; Manager and Musical Conductor, Mr John Gregory.- The principal artists have all established themselves great favourites both individually and collectively. Miss Nadine Nfeilson as tibe gallant Captain
January 9, 1897 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN BIRMINGHAM.

AMUSEMENTS IN BIRMINGHAM.

AMUSEMEKT? IN BIRMINGhAM. I ctfl?r flTV n1!fl?, (FROM OUR: OWVN CORRESPONDEDNT.) THEI1ATR1E ROYAL.-Lessee and M~anager, Mr Charles Dornton.-Dick W~hittiny~ton is thriving, and the public cannot have too much of him, as witness the crowded houses daily. Mir Rubey's Idle Jack is a
January 9, 1897 - The Era - London, London, England