Refine Search

Newspaper

Aberdeen Herald and General Advertiser

Countries

Type

131

Public Tags

No tags available
More details

Aberdeen Herald and General Advertiser

4--, v, S A G S’ ALLIED CIRQUE (LATE OF DRURY LANE, LONDON), OPEN EVERY EVENING, THE KIND PERMISSION OF

... 4--, v, S A G S’ ALLIED CIRQUE (LATE OF DRURY LANE, LONDON), OPEN EVERY EVENING, THE KIND PERMISSION OF THE LORD PROVOST, MARKET STREET, ABERDEEN, FOR A SHORT SEASON. MESSRS. SANGERS have the pleasure of announcing that their N EW Cl RCUS Built and Roofed ...

THR NATIONAL REFORM ASSOCIATION

... earnest tenor of its onward wav. We have just learned that the council of tha association baa assembled twice since the Drury Lane mee.ing to deliberate the best means of carrying iuto effect the resolutions sanctioned by the unanimous voice of 5.000 ...

LETTERS, ART, AND ARTISTS

... the same result, when the sale was adjourned for a week. Mr. Harrison and Miss commence a lesseeship of three months at Drury Lane Theatre, on the 13th of September. English opera will be supported by a talented troupe of vocmists, and a band of fifty ...

LEXTERS, ART, AND ARTISTS

... Horsel, will impart interest to the festival. The performances are all to in the evening. Scottish Prcst. Mr. Smith, of Drury Lane, since closing his theatre, has been keeping his Italian Company hard work. Broken into detachments, they hare been per ...

LETTERS, ART, AND ARTISTS

... Louisa Pyne’B benefit on Saturday night brought a crowded house to the last performance of the English Opera Company at Drury Lane, whence they remove to the great theatre in Bow Street, recommencing business on Monday the 20th instant, under the name ...

LETTERS, ART, AND ARTISTS

... papers available to historical students as are the manuscripts in the British Museum. Athcnctum. Mr. E. T. Smith, lessee of Drury Lane Theatre, brought one of the most successful seasons on record to close on Saturday. The company presented Mr. Smith with ...

LETTERS, ART, AND ARTISTS

... Saturday, —Total, £1470. It is rumoured that an engagement has been offered Sims Reeves Miss Pyne and Mr. Harrison to appear at Drury Lane, but we think his acceptance very unlikely ; as his course ** starring it” in London and the country, with a budget of popular ...

THE CELEBRATED DIORAMA OF

... ENTERTAINMENT. Change of Programme in both the Organophouic and Polyphonic EutertainmenU. SAM6ERS’ AX.Z.IE9 CIRQUE (LATE OF DRURY LANE, LONDON), BY THE KIND PERMISSION OF THE LOUD PROVOST, WILL OP EN, IN MARKET STREET, ABERDEEN, FOR A SHORT BRASON, Commencing ...

LETTERS, ART, AND ARTISTS

... 030, in 3883 schools. An oboe player, named Lavigne, brought action, Saturday last, against Mr. E. T. Smith, the lessee of Drury Lane Theatre, for £3l 10s., for breach of engagement. The plaintiff stated that be was engaged last summer to play in the provinces ...

PROTECTION IN LONDON

... thousand five hundml yeomen, from all parts of the country—with the help of cheap escuraion trains—squeezed themaelres into Drury Lane Theatre, on l laat, to listen doleful of the country's ruin under Free Trade, and magnificent promises of a speedy return ...

ADMINISTRATIVE REFORM—ADJOURNED DEBATE

... constituted hia resolution, it was not very likely that bis opinion would have much weight, notwithstanding tho proceedings in Drury Lane and the City of London. He ridUulcd the phrase of ** administrative reform,” and said those who bad used it could not tell ...

LETTERS, ART, AND ARTISTS

... t%vo vocalists, a sum of francs, stipulated as a forfeit. Moreover, all their expenses were he defrayed the management! Drury Lane Theatre.—A new five-act play, culled the “Betrothal,” from the pen of Mr. G. H. Boker, the author of “Calaynos,” produced ...