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February 25, 1005. D B Cowdlau. VocftliaU. Josl coocluded, RiKDcdnwr. Wakrßrld. Xoaday ml. GAIETY. OLDHAM A«ctU. Fort»B« «ad OhhtllU. "Stop

tlx Stop (he Trmße." "Slop TraHSc.” rpENNYSON and WALLIS ■l. Comedians. New Soaffi. New Ac!. New Otatofae. Feb 27. AROYLETHBATiTB. BIRKBNHBAh AgeaU. Warner and Co. The World'e Worst Wixards. 1 WALTON and L£BT K It Intmdaring (heir Wonderful *• Mad sick Kettle.” UMPIRE. ISLINGTON
February 25, 1905 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LIVERPOOL,

LIVERPOOL,

Roramu TnaTha.—Maaagar, Mr M. Maatgooaary | Uaaßaaa, Mr t, O. Howard | AaMag- Maaagar, Mr M. Moatgoiaary, jaa.—A drama, la four aata, from of Mr J. Oampball, aatltlad Sin of bar Childhood, haa the attraatloo hara thla weak, aad, aaoaldariag the alomat tropfeal heat that haa prar
July 23, 1904 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE..

NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE..

MMWOAaTLMOB-TTBM. Thbatbi. —Managing-Director, Mr P. W. Wyndham; Business-Manager. Mr Fred 0. Sutcliffe.—After short vacation, this theatre reopened on Monday with a visit from Mr Henry Johnston’s company The Boup-La Owl. Miss Evelyn Hughes attraetlvMy portrays the character La B
July 23, 1904 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Yol. 68. No. 3,455.

Yol. 68. No. 3,455.

December 10, 1904 - The Era - London, London, England
 
OUKKNatY.

OUKKNatY.

Br. Beu.—Uotee. a Hebert Prrklna.—Thir week Hr J. Da Qolaaty aad Hbaa Saraya’e eompaay la hero. Oa Ike Stater waa anatatid la Oaeraeay for tha Ural time. Hr Da Qalaaay had plaoty a< far kia abilittaa at Oooat Della Tatra j Beary Bddlac (are a elorar rmkodlaeat of Oeaßt Aadrea; H
September 24, 1904 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BAMLMT.

BAMLMT.

Botal, LiatraD.—Kaoigiog'Dlraator, HrOhaa. Blphlaatone. —The Sort and (Aa Oirl la pay log woeeme rtait, and tbla brilliant mnalaal play la nail raolrad. The draeaaa are aiqaWta, aad tha moontlng la all that ana deal red. Tba aampaay baa baaa aarafnlly aboaae, aad all mataboToa w
September 24, 1904 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LOUISB

LOUISB

ill Libortr. Addwm. tottmonly, 68. Wnltja-id.,
December 10, 1904 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THM KINGS, HAMMERSMITH

THM KINGS, HAMMERSMITH

On Monday, Sept 19. the Musical Oomedr. entitled BELLE OF MEW YORK - Whatever may the reason which lead* Mr George Mnegrove to annonnee the farewell visit this phenomenally successful comedy, cannot be for want of patronage, for the King’s Theatre baa been crowded every night du
September 24, 1904 - The Era - London, London, England
 
EUDDEBSFIELD.

EUDDEBSFIELD.

Thkatki Royal.—Proprietors and Managers, Messrs Milton Bode and Bdward Compton; Acting- Manager. Mr Percy O. Arthur.—That evergreen drama The Lights London b paying return vbit. Mr Herbert Hollister has organised satbfactory combination to play the old piece. The leading parts a
December 10, 1904 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LONG EATON.

LONG EATON.

Ltciuk Theatm.—Thto week the Lift't Bivtnge, U belog played here under the cere Miae Mule Dagmnr end Mr Fred C. Sometfield, with Mr Welter Roberta Michael Orloff. The play glveo Idee of the tyranny In Kuaale end the terrible treatment of the peaaanta or aerfa by the upper elaaae
December 10, 1904 - The Era - London, London, England