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HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE

... the sensational incidents, the strilcisg situations, and much of the clever stage mechanism that mlade the fortune of the Drury Lane speatacusar melodramas,,of some of which, indeed, The Silver Killng contains pretty vivid suglgestiolls. Combined with ...

DRAMATIC AND MUSICAL NOTES

... Herr Rihieter left Landau fur Hamburg, where be will consult with Herr Pelliui about the seaonu of the Rtiuhter operas at Drury Lane caxt May. Y.At P. brilad connnon given in Londpn an Wedneeday ] ent tba fieet part of the pregrumme woe composed oS- Bray ...

HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE

... and experience in a ol unilber of loading proinilment theatres, and getting the polish added by a seasoil in London at, Drury Lane and tbe Adelphi, Mr Edward Compton coil-. b rnenced the 11-1igenilent of companies on his own II qccotllt aboul A 1OZODt ...

AMUSEMENTS

... Londoni houes-e Pettitt spells success, and the name is one to coni jure with. Nor is this success undeservcj, Adelphi and Drury Lane melodrama is not tho- highest form of art-hypercritical folk woWu[ doubtless deny its claim to be art it all -- but it ...

MAGAZINES

... tall and as roomy as one of those machines in :he lath and canvas and dutch metal which open at Christ. are mas time about Drury Lane, disclosing a young woman ;en in an attitude I That was the incredible spectacle which the wie and the learned have been ...

Literary and Scientific Notices

... follota.I ,asl by another. S There are only two perfuormers now alive who wern 'rontesoporuries moulta a Garrick in the first Drury-Lane Theatre, nAmely, Jack Bannsister, weho first a, appeared in tnagedy, and Byrne, the celebrated harletliin, welo , itose ...

Literary and Scientific Notices

... pro. vO prtceor of the WPeekly Dispatch, for an adverse critieistt onl the per. iti formances and general Arrangements at Drury-lane Theatre, which Pi, 'recently appenred in thstjhournnl. ho. A subscription to raisesa monument In Pore la Chaise to the memory ...

MY GRAVE

... for his pro- so fessional exertions nearly one hundred thousand pounds, from the time he fe made his first appearance at Drury-lane Theatre, in the character of Shtlock, te until his final exit at Covent-garden. I ti. The Age says that Mlr Kean, since ...