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MR. WALTER JOYCE'S MATINEE.

MR. WALTER JOYCE'S MATINEE.

The numerous friends of the above-named gentleman mustered in such strong force at the Adeiphi Theatre on Tuesday afternoon to support his "complimentary matin6e" that the stalls encroached upon the pit, the dress-circle was crowded, and other sections of the house-the free use
March 30, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MR. WALTER JOYCE'S MATINEE.

MR. WALTER JOYCE'S MATINEE.

MR. WALTER JOYCES MATINEE. 11 ?? 8 The numerous friends of the above-named gentleman an d mustered in such strong force at the Adelphi Theatre Gt e on Tuesday afternoon to support his "complimentary bu e matin6e" that the stalls encroached upon the pit, the an g dress-circle was
March 30, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"THE ERA ALMANACK."

"THE ERA ALMANACK."

re Everybody who knows anything of the history of the stage will remember that it is recorded of Kean f that he ate pork when he was going to play tyrants, dsbeef for murderers, and mutton for lovers, The idea of of special diet for stage creations has not descended to it this e
March 30, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMATEURS AT ST. GEORGE'S HALL.

AMATEURS AT ST. GEORGE'S HALL.

On behalf of the Building Fund of the New Hospital for Still Women in the Marylebone-road Mrs Walter Abrahams " of organised a strong and attractive entertainment at the rth St. George's Hall on Saturday evening last, and that nd. her efforts met with their right reward was gath
March 30, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Provincial Tour. Grand success. rll H EP I N A U D S. T HE Fast and Furious Fun Makers, April ist, LAGW STAR and GAIETY THEATRES, GLASGOW. Leeds, Liverpool, and Manchester to follow. Time all filled for this Year. Atests, B. Warser and Co. JIM " The Butchers." CHARLES ' OoNNO R a
March 30, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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PROFESSIONAL CARDS. i Afphabetically Arransged-Limited to Three Lines. MISS CONSTANCE ABBOTT at Liberty. Aristocratic Old Women or Comedy. i Address, Longerofts, Newv Shoreham, Sussex. al ISS IRENE ACKERMAN, JJ Leading Business. Address, Charing Cross Hotel; or, 'The Era" Office.
September 8, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ON THE ROAD, SEPT. 10.

ON THE ROAD, SEPT. 10.

- ~ ~ ~ . e A DEAD MAN'S GOLD.-Theatre Royal, Rochdale. y A LIFE'S DEBT.-Theatre Royal, Bradford. a ALLEYN-BERNARD Co.-Theatre Royal, Leigh, er r ALONE IN LONDON (Original).-Perth. a A MOTHER'S SIN.-Theatre Royal, Stratford, E. G ARABIAN NIGHTS (Hawtrey).-T. R., Manchester. M1 r
September 8, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

Al (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) gr ABERDARE. TEMPERANCE HALL.-A large and fashionable audi- Be ence assembled on Tuesday to welcome Miss Inez Howard on her return visit with Man to Man. Mr E. Graham-Falcon acted splendidly as George Gordon; W Mr Milton Bode played well as Rich
September 8, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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WOLVERHAMPTON.-STAR THEATRE. Thu popular place of Amusement. Vacant dates, Sept. l7th and 24th, Oct. Sth, and onwards. All comlm" unications to Madermott', Universal Agency Managers, G. H. Macdermott and Thomas Holmes (late of 20, York-road), 130, Strand, London, W.C. Telegrams,
September 8, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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II. C E C I L BE R Y L. All eommunications to Roy CL PRINCESS'S THEATRE, GLASGOW. Landon Rcpreseutative, Mr Arthur Blackrmore, 11, Garrick- 5R J. I. S A VILE. All ?? to L TH{EATRE lloYAL. SHEFFIELD. -A JOSEPPH D. M'LAREN, I Royal Italian Opera Grand Concert Tour and 37 7, Strand,
October 2, 1886 - The Era - London, London, England