MUSIC AND THE DRAMA

... of Mrs. Grattan), sustaining the principal charac- ters. Mr. J. Ryan, the stsge-manager~ has proved himself ant excellent caterer for public amuse-ments. At the Royal Amphitheatre, in addition to the attraction- of such productions as King John, ' Damon ...

Published: Sunday 14 September 1845
Newspaper: The Era
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 4670 | Page: 5 | Tags: Arts & Popular Culture 

Public Amusements

... in a Pro- svdioeal Theatre, ROYAL MARYLEBONE THEATREi. LESSEE, Ma. JOHN DOUOLASS. vIRST appearance of Mr. B. Blanchard and his n- F derful Dog Victor. Re-engagemaent of Mr. Grattan Dawaon, who will appear in the week as Damon, Othello, and Mercutio. ...

MUSIC AND THE DRAMA

... or does the engagement of Duprez and Madame Garcia tend to the nationality of the theatre l As far as we can see, the two Johns-Cooper and Harley-are the only representatives of the national British Dramatic interests at Drury-lane under the present ...

Published: Sunday 20 April 1845
Newspaper: The Era
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 7816 | Page: 5, 6 | Tags: Arts & Popular Culture 

Public Amusements

... Pytlhias. Charactes by Messrs. Grattan Dawson, Neville, Rayner, llarr.itb't, Lewis, Lickfold, Marchant, Robberds, ard Meetdiltes Campbell, Neville, Robberds, &c. On Wednesday and Thursday, Othello.' Oithell, Mr. Grattan Daweson; lago, Mr. Harrington; ...

Reviews

... R Pisol, now Casocwell, now Bom astes, and now King Arthur. Grattan, O'Brien and others, are limited to little more than the dellvery of messages. We therefore hope that the Serjeant-at-Arms will be spared a sea-sickness; that he will not be despatched ...

MUSIC AND THE DRAMA

... which she has an incontestable right to be. She is well made, though the ensemble of her person is disfigured by two long arms, which are tardy in following the impulsion of an intelligence which scarcely seems developed. Mdlle. Plunkett, from the way ...

Published: Sunday 06 April 1845
Newspaper: The Era
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 4555 | Page: 5, 6 | Tags: Arts & Popular Culture 

LITERATURE

... improvisatores of Gaul, if preserved by the art of reporting, could not be more essentially a literature than the speeches i of Grattan, Curran, Plunket, and their attendant stars. v Unhappily some of their happiest efforts come to us shorn I of their fair ...

MUSIC AND THE DRAMA

... Mr. Dudley Costello; Well- bred, Mr. George Cattermole; Kitely, Mr. John Forster; Captain Bobadil, Mr. Charles Dickens; Master Stephen, Mr. Douglas Jerrold; Master Mathew, Mr. John Leech; Thomas Cash, Mr. Augustus Dickens; Oliver Cob, Mr. Leigh; Justice ...

Published: Sunday 23 November 1845
Newspaper: The Era
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 9533 | Page: 5, 6 | Tags: Arts & Popular Culture 

MUSIC AND THE DRAMA

... Rashleigh cannot longer contain his secret-he avows himself as Frank Trevor, and with a shriek of delight his wife flies into his arms; relieving herself from the embrace, however,, to administer a moral to the audience tociting the necessity of matrimonial ...

Published: Sunday 12 October 1845
Newspaper: The Era
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 7938 | Page: 5, 6 | Tags: Arts & Popular Culture 

Fashion and Varieties

... But to the Duke: On Friday last he was in his never-failing place on the Government beinch, his hat drawn over his eyes, his arms folded, leaning back in his seat, with his legs thrust forward, one overlapping tile other, (his irvariable Iattitude in tie ...

MUSIC AND THE DRAMA

... with the honorable intent of triumphing over the virt1e of a fair turkey-feeder, Gothe (Mrs. Keeley), and winning her from the arms of Herman (Emery),a wood-cutter, to whom sheis deeply attached. She is selected to offer a bouquet to thetmodk monarch according ...

Published: Sunday 31 August 1845
Newspaper: The Era
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 7958 | Page: 5, 6 | Tags: Arts & Popular Culture 

MR. HAVERTY'S PICTURE OF THE MONSTER MEETING

... recal to the spectator the many services conferred by them on our national cause. The Rev. Dr. Miley, Messrs. John O'Connell, Henry Grattan, Thomas Davis, Charles Gavan Duffy, Thomas Mac Nevin, Dr. Gray, and O'Neil Daunt, are striking and characteristic ...