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THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE CANTERBURY. Business ,t this large and elegant establishment just now appears to be very tlourishirg, and, judging by what we saw and htar-l on the occasion of a recent visit, Mr John Baum's managemnwt seems to be greatly appreciated. The Hall itself as all thi world now kno
October 1, 1881 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROFESSOR MACFARREN ON MUSIC.

PROFESSOR MACFARREN ON MUSIC.

PROFESSOR MACFARREN ON MLS) c The distinguished Principal of the Royal Academy of M delivered his opening address for the forthcomiig Year Concert Room of the Academy. Among the ProfeUs or5 il were Messrs Brinley Richards, Walter Alacfarrcr 1tj Thomas, A. O'Leary, H. C. Banister,
October 1, 1881 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMATEURS AND THE PROFESSION.

AMATEURS AND THE PROFESSION.

AMATEURtS AND THE PROFESSION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EIA. Sir,-I have no desire to hold a brief for the amateurs on this question-by all means let incompetence and self-conceit be rebuked as they deserve whenever they are met with-but I thinlk there are one or two considerations wh
May 19, 1883 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE PARIS SALON.

THE PARIS SALON.

THlE PAR IS SAL ON. (FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.) The opening of the Salon at the PFlais se ?? is undoubtedly the most artistic event of the Parisian yeas, and, without encroaching upon your columns as much as would be necessary were I to review all the works exhibited il the
May 19, 1883 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

TscE sensation of the week has been, without doubt, the magnificent staging of the prologue of Claudian, the new play by Messrs W. G. Wills and H. Herman, produced at the Princess's on Thursday night. No grander scene than that presented with the rising of the curtain has come u
December 8, 1883 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE STRAND.

THE STRAND.

THE STR AND. On Saturday, Aug. 1st, the successful Comedy, in Three Acts, founded on " Feu Toupinel,"@ by Fred. Borner, entitled "THE LATE LAMENTED.", Mr Stuart Crosse ?? Mr WILLIs EDon/ln Major Joseph Marshall ?? Huasnar STASN-NO Mr Richard ?? Mr HARRY Evasr Mr Faweett ?? . Mr 0
August 8, 1891 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"THE SPIRITUALIST."

"THE SPIRITUALIST."

" THE SPIRITUALIST." New and Original Farcical Comedy, In Three Act, by H. Durez, Produced for Copyright Purposes at the Ladbroke Hall, on Saturday, Aug. 1st. Jack Leighton ?? M Mr GEORGE C. DouonG Pericles Pepner ?? Mr EDwARD C. KIN( Dr. Joseph Silkey ?? Mr ALpaED W. SoUTrY Bob
August 8, 1891 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

HE CAME HOME TO DIE. One day in December, 1888, a British transport vessel arrived at Gosport. Only a brief look was needed to assure the speo- tator that she bad made the long voyage from India. There were soldiers on board; some on leave of absence to visit home, and others so
August 8, 1891 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

0 LONDON PAVILION. I Mr Edward Swanborough, the genial acting-manager 14 of the famous Piccadilly establishment, was in the v happiest of humours on Monday evening, and was not P in the least disturbed by the fact that the pressure of 5 the holiday crowd awaiting admission to th
August 8, 1891 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN EDINBURGH.

AMUSEMENTS IN EDINBURGH.

(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) THEATRE ROYAL -Lessee and Manager, Mr Walter Hatton- Acting-Manager, Mr W. Hollister.-.A phenomenal house in point of numbers and enthusiasm greeted Mr Arthur Roberts and Mr George Edwardes's Joan of Arc company on Monday. The building was thronged
August 8, 1891 - The Era - London, London, England