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AMUSEMENTS IN EASTBOURNE.

AMUSEMENTS IN EASTBOURNE.

(FROM1 OUR OWN CORRESPONI)ENT.) DEVONsHiHE PARK THKATRR.-Mr Lencaster's com- pany is here this week in 7ize Private Secretary. Mr Charles WVindermere is highly successful as Rev. Robert Spalding, Mr William Hargreaves earns con- siderable popularity by a good rendition of Mr Cat
7 January 1899 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CARL ROSA OPERA COMPANY.

CARL ROSA OPERA COMPANY.

Richard Wagner's "T A NM H AU SE R," Performed at the Lyceum Theatre, Jan. 2d, 1899. Tannh~iuser ?? Mr PHILIP BROzEL Wolfram Von Eschenbach M.. r Winiez DEVER. Herman ?? . Mr CHARLES TILBURY Bitterol .. .. Mr GEORGE A. Fox Walter Von Der Vogelweide. Mr FRANK A. WOOD Reinmar Von
7 January 1899 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

DEATH OF MRS. CHARLES M.1ATHEWS. Death has been busy recently with aged actors and actresses, and another link with the past has been snapped by the death of Mrs Charles Mathews, the widow of the famous comedian. The deceased lady, who bad not appeared on the stage for many years
7 January 1899 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

OWING to the absence of Sir Henry Irving, the pre- sident of the Actors' Benevolent Fund, and the closing of the Lyceum Theatre, the general meeting of the Fund will be held at Her Majesty's Theatre, on Tues- day, the 24th inst., at twelve o'clock, with Mr Beerbohm Tree, one of
7 January 1899 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"THE BLACK MASK."

"THE BLACK MASK."

; A New Emotional Drama, ly F. Marriott Waton, l Produced at the St. James's Theatre, Manchester, t Mondav, July 31st. Philip Cunningham ?? r JA'Its RAVEN Walter ?? Sir MALCOLM CHRRYs Henri enoir ?? ?? .. MARRIOTr WArSON Samuel WVinkle ?? JAMES CHIiN'retDALe Thomas Bri ant ?? HA
5 August 1899 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A CHAT WITH MR. JAMES EAST.

A CHAT WITH MR. JAMES EAST.

Mr James East started his theatrical career in January, 188S, with the late John Clayton, who was unfortunately very ill at the time. The tour commenced with Arthur W. Pinero's Dhandy Dick and Thr Magis- trate. Always great friends, they lived together on tour, and, to make a lo
29 September 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN LEICESTER.

AMUSEMENTS IN LEICESTER.

(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) ROYAL OPERA HOtSE.-Proprietor and Manager, Lieutenant - Colonel J. A. Winstanley ; Musical Director, Mr John Gregory.-Monday saw the first per- formance in Leicester of Floroffora, which is being pre- sented by Mr 'Tom B. Davis's excellent company.
13 October 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL BUSINESS-MANAGERS.

PROVINCIAL BUSINESS-MANAGERS.

I (ILLUSTRATED.) MR. HENRY E. KAITFFMAN. This gentleman, who is now the acting-manager at the Theatre Royal, Dover. has had the best of teachers in all matters appertaining to the theatrical world, namely experience. He has been on the boards, both at home and abroad, and has fu
13 October 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

THEATRtICAL GOSSIP. h~i. COQtUiLIN, p.ri'idilleitof the' Atssociationi 103 Airtiiitet Dtaniritqie arid Matiautno Sarall Bernhardt are arratiginig to give a lingle perfotrmanxce of Aiploii before thev -iail for Amtctrica lon Nor'. I ith. Thle entire proceeds a're to iliei-,ttt to;
13 October 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE SHOWMAN WORLD.

THE SHOWMAN WORLD.

THE SHOWMAN AWORLD. (FROM A SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.) The buying of young geese at .Michaelmas, in order to turn them out for the gleaning of the scattered grain on the cornfields after harvest, was the origin of the Nottingham Goose Fair. where this year Wombwell's mammoth wild be
13 October 1900 - The Era - London, London, England