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AMUSEMENTS IN LEICESTER.

AMUSEMENTS IN LEICESTER.

(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) ROYAL OPERA HOUSE.-Lessee and Manager, Captain J. A. Winstanley; Acting-Manager, Mr John Gregory. -It is eight years since an attempt was made ta pro- duce a pantomime at this house, and Captain 'Win- stanley's first effort in this direction has nat
January 4, 1890 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN SHEFFIELD.

AMUSEMENTS IN SHEFFIELD.

AMlUSEMENTS IN SHEFFIELD. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) THEATRE RoYAL.-Lessee and Manager, Mr Edmund Tearle; Acting Manager, Mr C. Tasker Fell.-On Thursday, Dec. 26tb, Mr Edmund Tearle's first panto- mime, Sitbad the Sailor, was produced with the greatest success to a large and d
January 4, 1890 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

UARSHALL SPRIING and SME LU. SHL SEASON. MARSHALL and SNELGROVE AND are now showing in all Departments of the House a Large awd Choice Assortment of NEW GOODS SNELGROVE. for the present Season. Much Novelty and many Specialities have been prepared. 300 Pieces Coloured Bengaline a
July 5, 1890 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

TA~l PALA CE.- C B Next Week's Arrangements. t} Admission Daily, One Shtilling. SATURDAY, July 12th, at 9 0, First Pro- doction of Grand New Al Fresco Ballet, AL~sSO entitled THE WITCHES' HAUNT; comn- AL FilESC posed and arranged by Madame latti BALLET- Lanner. Invented and produ
July 5, 1890 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

PROFESSIONAL CARDS AlphabeticallP Arrainged-Limited to Three Lines. -r I SS AMY ABBOTT, !ji Young Faust, in " Fanst Up to Date," Standard Theatre. ISS 'IMARY ALLESTREE, 91 Juvenile Lead, Miss Hate Vaughan's Company. Disengaged for Autumn-. May 2d, Opera House, Cork. ,nISS MAUDE A
April 29, 1893 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"LA JUIVE."

"LA JUIVE."

TO THE EDITOR OF THE ERA. Sir,-Your valuable correspondent " Thersites " has given an account of the various theatres at which the dramatic version of La Juive (called in its English dress The Jwcess) was introduced about the year 1835, and subsequently, and as far as my recolle
April 29, 1893 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN AUSTRALIA.

AMUSEMENTS IN AUSTRALIA.

(FROM OUR OWN COERNSPONIDENT.) MELBOURNE, MARCH 21.-PRINCESS'S THEATRE.- The revival of The Old Guard has proved so unequivo- cally successful that the opera is being repeated for three extra nights. Mr G. Lauri's funniments as Polydore Poupart are largely responsible for this s
April 29, 1893 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NEW PLAYS OF THE MONTH.

NEW PLAYS OF THE MONTH.

e (COUIPILED EXCLUSIVELY FOR "THE ERA.") 0 LONnoN. SEPT. 3. Jllad.1, comedy sketch, by Henry Austin and Florence Wade (originally produced at St. e George's Hall, Mlarch 10th, 1891)-Royalty. c ?? 7. CInhientina, farce, by Edward Moncrieffe - e - Surrey. t 7. Ciyerrtte, opera, in
October 1, 1892 - The Era - London, London, England
 
GAIETY THEATRE CO., LIMITED.

GAIETY THEATRE CO., LIMITED.

The annual ordinary general meeting of this Company was beld onl Wednesday last at the Theatre, under the presidency of Mr S. WYNNE-FiNCH. The report and accounts (which appeared in last Saturday's Era) were taken as read. Tile secretary (Mr E. COULON) read the notice convening
August 15, 1891 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE OLD STAGERS AT CANTERBURY.

THE OLD STAGERS AT CANTERBURY.

(FROM OUR OWN cCORRSPONDENT.) The Old Stagers continued their performances at r Canterbury on Thursday and Friday, 6th and 7th ult., concluding with an epilogue on the latter occasion, the Jubilee anniversary of their highly successful series. The week had been a most unfortunat
August 15, 1891 - The Era - London, London, England