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AMUSEMENTS IN SOUTH SHIELDS.

AMUSEMENTS IN SOUTH SHIELDS.

A MiUSflMENTS IN SOUTH SHIELDS. (Frams OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) THEATRE: ROYTAL.-Lessee and Manageress, Mrs L.. lDr. Snowdon ; General Manager, Mr L. hr. Snowdon; Acting-Manager, Mer Fred Coulson, -The pantomime Littfie Red; BRding Hoods, which had such a successful run at the Art
March 7, 1896 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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IS S K A T E S ANT LEY. .IVJ. Address, Royalty Theatre. 0 SOPHIE LARKIN IS S at Liberty. *--cumnunications, 2GS, Ring-street West, Hammersmith, W. I ISS CLARA COWPER jl1iISS Disengaged for Lead. Address, 198, Upper Parliament-street, Liverpool. / IS S AGNES HEWITT .13T Disengaged
February 17, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN LEEDS.

AMUSEMENTS IN LEEDS.

(FROM OUR OWs CORRESPONDENT.) GRAND THEATRE. - Managing-Director, Mr Jan. Hart ; General Manager, Mr Fredk. Vincent.- Crowded houses are still the rule here, and in Goody Two-Shoes the only speciality is a clever mimetic dis- play by Miss May (baeen. There has been no occasion t
February 17, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A CHAT WITH JOHN HARE.

A CHAT WITH JOHN HARE.

A (HAT WITH .J0E1IN HARE. (,:Y 01:1; i'E 11. 1 'nM, liONI,: London's oldest actor-manager, ?? John Hare, com- pletes a quarter of a century of his career on the stage, in the double capacity of comedian and controller of the destinies of various theatres, on Tuesday, March l3th n
February 17, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
GERMAN PLAYS.

GERMAN PLAYS.

GEIRMAN PLAYS. The farcical comedy Der Raub der Sabine-rinnen was ?? The3nglish version was first played in London at the Strand Theatre on May 27th, 1886, by Augustin Daly's company, under the title of A Night Off; or, A Page from Balzao. The plot turns upon the scrapes into whi
February 17, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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BUREAU SpECIALLY RECOMMENDED. BtJR~tiJ HANDS and CO., DE 16, STRAND, CHARING-0ROSS RAILWAY STATION, CHANGE ~~~LONDON, DIR EDITOHR-Sr,-Your Derby correspondent, in his notice of the performance at the Palace, Derby, last week, stated that Messrs Hart and Rtidd appeared in Gilligan
February 17, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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N'OTlCE TO CONTRIBUTORS.-The Editor of TuE ERA does not in any case hold himnself reoponsible for the return ofrejected contributions. He is, houever, always glad to considetr articles of interest to ineionhero of the profesioii, and relating to itM various bra hes; and where sta
February 17, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN SHEFFIELD.

AMUSEMENTS IN SHEFFIELD.

AMUSEMENTS IN SHEFI'IEJLD. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPON[)NT.) THEATRE ROYAL-General Manager, Mr Ernest Gerard- Acting-blanager, ir Harold Eutwistle.- Messrs Rogers and Weib's company opened on Monday in the exciting drama, The Ladder ?? - or, Gordons to the Front. Mr E. Carter Livesey
February 17, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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February 17, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HOW THE SCREEN MAKES ENEMIES

HOW THE SCREEN MAKES ENEMIES

Vulgar Publicity from Universal VULGARITY and American lV publicity are synonymous terms, but limit vulgar American publicity is reached, we think, in the following communication to the Press, which we publish without comment, from the Universal company: HOW TO MAKE LOVE! Paul L
May 4, 1932 - The Era - London, London, England