YOUTH AT DRURY LANE

... YO UTH AT DRURY LANE. ACCORDING to a tradition which dates back to the Restoration of monarchy, the reopening of Drury Lane Theatre marks the commence- ment of the winter season. In the present case the winter season treads so closely on the heels of ...

THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY LANE

... THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY LANE. Lessee and Manager, Mr. Augustus Harris. This Evening, at 7.45, Grand Pantomime, MOTHER GOOSE Misses Kate Santley, Ada Blanche, Little Addie Blanche, E. D'Auban, &c.; Messrs. A. Roberts, J. D'Auban, Fred Evans, little Bertie ...

THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY LANE

... THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY LANE. I Lessee and Manager, Mr. Harris. To-Nioht, 3.0, THE WORLD. Messrs. A. Harris, W. Rigfoiold, Harco urt, Gibson, Boleyn, Glover, Lord, JJenne, Luly, Huntley, Nicholls, and Harry Jackson; Josephs, i\ yßrough, and l'ayne.—At 7 ...

THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY LANE

... THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY LANE Lessee and Manager. Mr. Augustus To-Night, at 8.0, THE WORLD. Messrs. A. Harris, W. Rig. nold, Macklin, Gibson, Boleyn, Ford, Benne, Lilly, Huntley, H. Nicholls, and Harry Jaokson; Mesdames Helen Barry, F. Brough, and Fanny Josephs ...

CLOSING OF DRURY LANE THEATRE

... CLOSING OF DRURY LANE THEATRE. Somewhat unexpectedly, Drury Lane Theater cloeed last night. The usual porformaaM was I, bat whan time for opening came tha doors were found It state) that differences have arisen between soma actors and the manager ...

DRURY LANE

... DRURY LANE. This ample and aplnidid theatre, which opens for the to-night, undergone complete metamorpboais, in appearance at leaat, owing to the very extensive embellishments with which the interior has been ornamented during the recess. Some of these ...

THEATRE, DRURY LANE

... THEATRE, DRURY LANE. A^Nrw Comic Opera, intituled IVilmort CeiH'ie, wat „ piocuced hne on luefday night, lor the liin time. ?? chaiatters were thus represented: General Wilmore, Mr. Dowtots. Mr. Wilniorc, Mi. Maddocki. Charles Harley, Mr. Kelly. Henry ...

ENTERTAINMENTS. DRURY LANE THEATRE ROYAL. v ing Director, Arthur Colli hr. TO EVEkY EVENING, at 7.45, tAe PRICE ..

... ENTERTAINMENTS. DRURY LANE THEATRE ROYAL. v ing Director, Arthur Colli hr. TO EVEkY EVENING, at 7.45, tAe PRICE OF PEACE, av Raleigh, produced by Arthur Collins, with powerful *S . 1 Pooler Cliffy C M. Lowne, F. Atherley, Fred Emney, Chwlw Fairtu. Vane ...

THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY LANE

... THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY LANE. Lessee and Manager, all. Harris. To-Nigtit, at 3.0, THE Messrs. A. Harris, W. Hignold, Harcourt,Gibson, Bolcyu.Glover, Ford, Lilly, Huntley, H. N'icholls, and Harry JacKson; Mesdames Helen Barry, F. Brough, and Fanny Josephs ...

THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY LANE

... THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY LANE. Lessee and Manager, Mr. Harris. To-Night, 0.0, THE WORLD. Messrs. A. Harris, W. Rignold, Macklin, Gibson, Boleyn, Forcl, Beane, Lilly, Huntley, H. Niehclis, and Harry Jackson; Helen Barry, F. Brough, and Fanny Joseplis.—At 7 ...

Advertisements & Notices

... drollery of this latest and most diverting edition of' The Forty Thieves.' THE FORTY THIEVES at DRURY LANE. Tit: Sanday Tinzes says :-'Year by year the Drury-lane pantomime grows mote magni. ficent, more sumptuous, more costly. Each annual production seems ...

Advertisements & Notices

... come Drury Lane will be oranomed. 'tHE FORtY THIEVES at DRURY LANE.- ? ¶ The DAILY NEWS says:' The Forty Thieves' as repro- ? sented in this latest seniors has never been surpassed. The pro. ? bibility is that this is as superior to the Drury Lane spectacle ...