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HOLIDAY AMUSEMENTS: DRURY LANE; CRYSTAL PALACE PANTOMIME; HAYMARKET THEATRE; CRITERION THEATRE; STRAND THEATRE; ..

... le triumph of Mr. Oscar Barrett's achieve ment in Mr. Henry Irving's theatre. X GRAND THEATRE. A CAPITAL pantomime of the orthodox description is that furnished at the Grand Theatre by Mr. Geoffrey Thorn, who has compounded his spirited and not unintelligible ...

AMUSEMENTS: DRURY LANE THEATRE; COVENT GARDEN; PRINCESS'S THEATRE; GAIETY THEATRE; PRINCE OF WALES'S THEATRE; ..

... PRINCE OF WALES'S THEATRE. Neither this year nor in any year that we remember has there been produced an entertainment more certain to delight children than is the Dream Play now performed every afternoon at the Prince of Wales's Theatre. Mr. Lewis Carroll's ...

CHRISTMAS ENTERTAINMENTS: DRURY LANE THEATRE; SAVOY THEATRE; GAIETY THEATRE; CRYSTAL PALACE PANTOMIME; EMPIRE ..

... assuredly a great success that has heen secured. COYENT GARDEN THEATRE. Mb. William Hollaxd has within a short space of time done wonders. In less than a month he has fitted up Covent Garden Theatre for Circus purposes has constructed a spacious ring in the ...

DRAMA: GAIETY THEATRE; TOOLE'S THEATRE; OLYMPIC THEATRE; COURT THEATRE

... interesting to have Mr. Hollingshead's opinion on the performances which took place at his theatre on the afternoons of Wednesday and Thursday this week TOOLE'S THEATRE. it is a good many years now since at the Adelphi Mr. Toole first played Caleb Plummer ...

LYCEUM THEATRE: HAYMARKET THEATRE; LA COMÉDIE FRANCAISE AT THE GAIETY THEATRE; ADELPHI; THE STANDARD THEATRE

... presentation of which had much better have been left out of tho programme. THE STANDARD THEATRE. Mr. Charles Collette has been playing a starring engagement at the Standard Theatre during the past week. The principal piece each evening has been Messrs. Savile ...

GAIETY THEATRE: PRINCESS'S THEATRE; OLYMPIC THEATRE; FOLLY THEATRE; ST. GEORGE'S HALL

... his humour. Both performances obtain a very favourable reception. FOLLY THEATRE. Previously to the coming production of Mr. Byron's new comic drama, the programme at the Folly Theatre undergoes frequent changes in order to introduce Mr. Toole in the cha ...

DRAMA: COVENT GARDEN; PRINCE'S THEATRE; GALETY THEATRE; GLOBE THEATRE; NOVELTY THEATRE

... reception has, on the whole, quite justified him in renewing the experiment which resulted to disastrously at the Queen's Theatre in 1876. It is true that, as before, the actor's perform ances have been more of a curiosity than anything else to those who ...

THE DRAMA: PRINCESS'S THEATRE; GLOBE THEATRE; FRENCH PLAYS.--GAIETY THEATRE

... proved highly popular, and attracts large audiences to this handsome theatre. Madame Chaumont and her company of French artists from the Gaiety gave their first matinee at the Aquarium Theatre on Wednesday afternoon, when they appeared in the three Vaude villes ...

THE DRAMA: HAYMARKET THEATRE; PRINCE OF WALES'S; GLOBE THEATRE; COURT THEATRE

... engagement at the Aquarium Theatre, where Messrs. Jiatton and Matthison's successful drama of Liz will be trans ferred from the Opera Comique on Monday evening next. On Monday evening Romeo and Juliet will be produced at the Park Theatre for the first benefit ...

DRAMA: PRINCE OF WALES'S THEATRE; GAIETY THEATRE; AVENUE THEATRE

... Dorothy to produce effects on a scale rarely attempted in pieces of its order. GAIETY THEATRE. JSOT much is expected nowadays of the piece which plays people in at the theatres, and this is, perhaps, just as well for Mr. Malcolm Salaman's n ew lever du ridcav ...