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AMUSEMENTS IN SHEFFIELD.

AMUSEMENTS IN SHEFFIELD.

(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) THEATRE ROYAL.-Lessee and Manager, Mr W. H. Daw; Acting-Manager, Mr Warren F. Hill.-Mr Walter Casson and his company commenced a week's engage- ment on Monday evening in the amusing musical play, by My Fred. Evanson, entitled 31y Playmate. Miss Edie
March 2, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN DUBLIN.

AMUSEMENTS IN DUBLIN.

(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) GAIETY TREATRE-Patentee, Mr M. Gunn Acting- Manager, Mr M. J. Doyle.-The Compton comedy com- pany entered on their second week's engagement here on Monday to a crowded house. The piece was The Road to Ruin, in which Mr Edward Compton imperso- nated
March 2, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

I1TANTED, at once and onwards, also for 1889 H Paris Exhibition, First-class Circus Artists, Eccentricities, Novelties, &c. Particulars to Mr E. MAUasN, 14, Boulevard Poissonniere, Parir. UTANTED, for Ohmy's Grand New Circus, W Birkenhead, Riders, Gymnasts, Clowns, and Great Sens
March 2, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

QOUTHSEA.-THE PORTLANDFhL. ~3 Central Situation in miost fashionahlL' Part. Will 'St at ot er todO persons. AN ailable for I'irAtchas Entertairllellefts. Tirnis mioderatc. ApphI to Grn. l'.Prop~rietor, lortaiold notel; or, to the Plms~e,1ortland ihall, souitlo ?? s THSHIELDS, THE
March 2, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

The Vital Spark. Mq I SS J E N N Y HI L L. 1 None but herself can be her parallel.-THEOBALD. Success more pronounced than ever. The New MonolognO by Messrs Harrington and Le Brun, "A City Waif, or, the Streets of London Town," produced Monday, Feb. 95th, ?? Herbert Sprake, Esq.,
March 2, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ON THE ROAD, NOV. 10.

ON THE ROAD, NOV. 10.

ALONE IN LoNDON.-Dadley. A Mi1N1s SHADOW (TREE).-Theatre loyal, Manchester. MAs's SEHADow.-Theatre Rwoyal, Preston. A NOBLE BROTHER.-Opera House, Torquay. ARABIAN NIGHrs.-Alhambra T., Barrow-in-Furness. AUNT' JACR.-Prince of Wales's Theatre, Birmingham. AUSTIN COMEDY Co.-Corn Ex
November 8, 1890 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

arRB. STANLEY ROGERS, Arthur Fernlebgh, " Brought to Light," Star Theatre, Wolverhampton. R P. L S E DisenfgagCd Juveniles and Gentlemanly Heavies. AdoreEs, care of The Era" Office. s-p R. J. L. Rb O Y C E, J1i 1icavies. Disengaged. biss NORA DAY, Heavy Lead, Djceeaged. ,SA, Dors
November 29, 1890 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

A DESCENDANT OF SHAKESPEARE. At 15S, Westgate-street, Gloucester, on the 16th inst., died Mrs Elizabeth Fletcher, relict of the late Thomas Fletcber. " She was (says a writer in the Citizen) a descendant of Shakespeare, or more correctly of Shakespeare's sister, Joan Hart, for Sh
November 29, 1890 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE SCIENCE OF THE DRAMA.

THE SCIENCE OF THE DRAMA.

THE SCIENCE OF I.THE DRAMA. Writing upon this subject in ?? Revie. for the present month, Mr Henry Arthur Jones says:- "To ensure immediate success in playwriting only two rules need to be observed: "Don't fog your audi- ence " and "Don't bore them." And as the latter rule covers
July 11, 1891 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"THE ERA" LETTER-BOX.

"THE ERA" LETTER-BOX.

" THE ERA," LETTER-BOX. A Stamped Envelope, plainl addressed, must be enclosed with application for each Letter. Letters, after lyinq at this Office for One Month, are forwarded to the Postal Xuthoritiee, to be d ealt with in the ordinary course. N~o Circtlars admnitted to this i
June 21, 1890 - The Era - London, London, England