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PROGRAMMES AND SONGS.

PROGRAMMES AND SONGS.

?? TO THE EDITOR OF THE ERA. to Sir,-Throglnd vour courtesy I should like to venti- ich late a matter that seems to be of importance to music ost hall proprietors, artistes, and song writers. Ie Quite recently it came to my notice that it is the custom of several provincial mana
December 10, 1892 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

SCALE OF CHARGES FOR "WANTED" ADVERTISEMENTS. TWENTY WORDS (Three Lines), ONE SHILLING. Eace Additional Eight Words, Sirpence. Replies to Advertisements can be received, and can be either called for or forwarded by post to suit the convenience of Advertisers. Address, the PUBLIsH
December 10, 1892 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

MR. FRED G. LATHA' jS ~~~CO511ANIES on TOUR. THE SECOND MRS TANQUERAY," by Arthur W. Pinero, by Arrangement xsith Mr George Alexander. TIlE NOTORIOUS MRS EBBSMITH," by Arthur WV. Pinero. THE FATAL CARD," by C. Haddon Chambers and B. C. Stephenson. "TIE TRIUMPH OF THE PHILISTINES,
May 18, 1895 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ITALIAN OPERA SEASON SUBSCRIPTIONS.

ITALIAN OPERA SEASON SUBSCRIPTIONS.

I ?? The Queen has headed the subscription list for the- Royal Italian Opera at Covent-garden. The list is one of the largest ever known. A double box on the grand. tier, with spacious ante-rooms, will be reserved every evening for the members of the Royal family and her Majesty
May 18, 1895 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HULL NEW OPERA HOUSE.

HULL NEW OPERA HOUSE.

HULL NEW OPERI HOUSE. The New Grand Opera House in George-street, Hull, ls, practically speaking, finished, and will be opened on Jan. 9th next. The theatre has been built from the designs of Ar Frank Matcham, the well-known theatrical architect, who has erected over two dozen th
December 31, 1892 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"BOYS AND GIRLS."

"BOYS AND GIRLS."

"BOYS AND GIRLS.' 1-1 L. .. I. ., . . . . U I g, How doth the busy Corney Grain delight to satirise, ,, the short, the slim, the stout, the plain, with endless n enterprise. We need no better excuse for this rhyme than that it serves its purpose in introducing a gentle- I r man w
December 31, 1892 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN BLACKBURN.

AMUSEMENTS IN BLACKBURN.

-AJUSEMENTS IN BLACKBURN. (sRon OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) ?? THEATRE-Lessee and Manager, Mr Louis Holland; Acting-Manager, Mr G. Bentley.-On Christ- mlas Eve was produced here Mr Holland's first annual s)sntomime Cinderella; or, the Pretty Lass and the slipper of Glass, the book be
December 31, 1892 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

I _ .. . .. aL I= - .5. ?? Ax J vii 0, a X (h-Roe OUR O CX C0RRESPONDENT8.) lie he ABERDEEN. an HER MAJESTY's THEATRE.-Lessee and Manager, Mr 3n R. Arthur: Acting-Manager, Mr John Cavanah.- 3 Aladdin still keeps the stage here with big business id nightly. The Saturday mid-day p
December 31, 1892 - The Era - London, London, England
 
I "THE SUB-EDITOR."

I "THE SUB-EDITOR."

A New Three-Act Farce, by Edmund Pay ne and Cyril Harrison, Played for the First Time at the Brixton Theatre, on Thursday, Nov. 5th. Christopher Careless ?? Mr PrCeoY P. IARSHALL William Jones ?? Mr L. MINTOS Benjamin Jumble ?? Mr MARTIN ADiSON Pinkin Frescoe ?? r LIOXNE MACUIND
November 7, 1896 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NEW MUSIC.

NEW MUSIC.

FRANCIS, DAY, AND HuJTER send " The Arabian Nights Quadrille," by Karl Kaps, an extremely lively set of quadrilles, introducing a host of popular melo- dies, such as " Don't wake the Baby," " Tricky Little Trilby," " Glorious Beer," A-c. Karl kaps has arranged these catching tun
November 7, 1896 - The Era - London, London, England