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A DRURY LANE ROMANCE. SAD DEATH OP AN OLD MUSICIAN. A strange discovery was made in Drury Lane yesterday. was

... A DRURY LANE ROMANCE. SAD DEATH OP AN OLD MUSICIAN. A strange discovery was made in Drury Lane yesterday. was found that Edward Davis, old miser of 80 years, had been four days dead, locked up in his rooms witbont knowledge of friend or neighbour. Davis ...

Published: Thursday 02 February 1893
Newspaper: Yorkshire Evening Post
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 273 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

NOTES AND NEWS. THE DRURY LANE MEETING. BY two o'clock yesterday afternoon the vast nmphitheatro of Drury Lane ..

... NOTES AND NEWS. THE DRURY LANE MEETING. BY two o'clock yesterday afternoon the vast nmphitheatro of Drury Lane was dotted about with people, and there was steady hum of conversation, writes London correspondent. On stage was tho panelled hall suite which ...

Disturbances at Drury Lane Theatre—j French dramatic company, from the Theatre Historique of Paris opened ..

... Disturbances at Drury Lane Theatre—j French dramatic company, from the Theatre Historique of Paris opened Drury Lane Theatre on Monday night last, and j were greeted with hisses and hootings; or what The Timet calls a most disgraceful rxhibition ...

Published: Saturday 17 June 1848
Newspaper: Leeds Intelligencer
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 2478 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

April 16th. for Two Week*. Matinee* each Tuesday and Saturdas Another Colossal Drury Lane Musical – rfIHE BALL ..

... Week*. Matinee* each Tuesday and Saturdas Another Colossal Lane Musical rfIHE BALL AT THE SAVOY/' -1. With Denes and entire Drury Lane Company. Secure your Seats Now Rooking from 10 10 Thane 20891. THEATRE ROYAL, LEEDS. 6*o. ' 8.50. The Brandon Thomas Co ...

Drury Lane Drama

... Drury Lane Drama. Drury Lane went back to pre-war melodrama to-night, when Good Luck,” the joint work of Seymour Hicks and lan Hay, was put upon the stage. Nothing like this has been seen since the spacious days when Sir Augustus Harris and his confederates ...

Published: Friday 28 September 1923
Newspaper: Leeds Mercury
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 369 | Page: 8 | Tags: none

NEW DRURY LANE

... NEW DRURY LANE SHOW Miss Binnie Hale in Rise and Shine Rise and Shine. A musical comedy by Harry Graham and Leslie Carter. Music by Robert Stols. Drury Lane Theatre.. May Drury Lane has reputatlou for spectacular production. Rise and Shine lives ...

Drury Lane Reopening

... not at Drury Lane but at the Stoll Theatre. Perhaps no place in London could be more appropriate for the purpose, as the former Opera House in Kingsway occupies the site of the old Vere Street Theatre, in which Killigrew and his original Drury Lane company ...

PASTORS AT DRURY LANE

... The Prodigal Son” Drury Lane. Twelve hundred invitations had been issued for what may termed a special ecclesiastical matinee, and from any point of view the percentage of acceptances is on© that the Drury Lane management may regard with satisfaction ...

Published: Friday 13 October 1905
Newspaper: Yorkshire Evening Post
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 892 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

THE NEW DRURY LANE

... THE NEW DRURY LANE. Fl.ppant people declare that the pillars in Lont of Drury Lane look like giant sticks of rhubarb. Personally, says a London correspondent, I should call tbem a deep petunia colour, though they are equally striking in appearance by ...

At Drury Lane

... At Drury Lane. The Drury Lane version of The Sleeping Beauty first and foremost sceneshifting triumph, and that, I suppose, is should be. I don't think have ever understood whether this national form of entertainment was chiefly designed to give pleasure ...

Thrills for Drury Lane

... Thrills for Drury Lane. Tho great Drury Lane drama, Good Luck,” is to be produced Thursday, and will, I learn, provide a series of melodramatic thrills of the kind with which Sir Augustus Harris used to delight his audiences. One of the scenes will represent ...

Published: Tuesday 25 September 1923
Newspaper: Leeds Mercury
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 86 | Page: 8 | Tags: none

Repairing Drury Lane

... Repairing Drury Lane T HE main bomb damage to Drury Lane Theatre, the repair of which at a cost of £5.600 has just been authorised, was done on the night of October 15, 1940. At 11.55 a 2,0001b. bomb hit the roof, passed through the gallery, upper circle ...