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 ...

JULIUS CÆSAR AT DRURY LANE

... 7ULIUS CAESAR AT DRURY LANE. IT is to be hoped that no intelligent foreigner, on a passing visit to London, was allured to Drury Lane Theatre on Thursday night in expectation of a Shakspearian treat. One can imagine the delight with which such a man ...

THE NEW DRURY LANE DRAMA

... been . seen at Drury' Lane, I and curiously enough Mr Collins has here utilised - the old-fashioned noise machine, which was | used in the- days of Edmuind Kean, and perhaps of Garrick, and, was aretently discovered-in the; Drury~ Lane cellars..~ Twice ...

ITALIAN OPERA, DRURY LANE

... ITALIAAT OPERA, DRURY LANE. THERE is something so remarkable in the fact that an operetta by Weber and an opera by Mozart should both have remained untouched by our managers until the present day, that the first question one feels inclined to ask respecting ...

DRURY LANE THEATRE

... | DRURY LANE THEATRE. ON Saturday night Drury Lane Theatre was opened for what is called the autumn dramatic season. It is understood that for a period the per- formances will be of a staid and legitimate kind, reserving pantomimic levities for ...

DRURY LANE THEATRICAL FUND

... DRURY LANE THEATRIC.AL FUAD. Yesterday a Iinumerous assembly of the Menibers and Friends of this Fund dined together at the Freemasons' Tavern. About 200 tII gentlemen sat down to table, and the galleries were crowded with nl fashionable aind elegaintly ...

THE DRURY LANE PANTOMIME

... THE DRURY LANE PANTOMIME. JACK and the Beanstalk, which began at Drury Lane at half-past seven o'clock last night, had not concluded its opening scenes till past midnight, and the harlequiniade had yet to come when half the audience, weary of ...

DRURY LANE THEATRE

... DRURY LANE TREATRE. MR AuQUSrus HARRIS has actually aecompliehed the apparently imposaible task of eclipsing the pan- tomimes which year after year have been in turn pronounced uneurpaesable. It seemed almoet as if Aladdin had left his lamp behind him ...

DRURY LANE THEATRE

... DRURY LANE THIE.'TRE. MARSAC OF GASCONY. [From Our Own Correspondent.] This was the piece with which the management of Drury Lane reopened on Saturday. It is not quite what one expects at this tbeatre. The author is pleased to call his play an heroic ...

DRURY LANE THEATRE

... DRURY LANE THEATRR DISSATISFIED SRARMHOLDERS. Lord George HI. L!oftwu presided over the third ordinary general meeting of the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane (Limited), yesterday, at which there wa.; a large attendance. The Chairmn, in addreasing the shareholders ...

JACK AND THE BEANSTALK AT DRURY LANE

... ' JACK AND THE BEANSTALK AT DRURY LANF- At half-pawt meven last night Drury Lane was, as is usual on this auspicious occasion, a sight to see Every nook and corner of the great house was crammed with holiday makers, and when the orchestra invited them ...