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DRURY LANE STORIES

... DRURY LANE STORIES. Here are a couple of stories with the great Augustus off Drury Lane for a hero. He was plain.Mr. Harris, then, and was having the “ show redecorated. During the progress of the work one of his most persistent was bothering him with ...

“FIRST NIGHTS AT DRURY LANE

... “FIRST NIGHTS AT DRURY LANE. Speaking of “first nights” at Drury Lane Theatre, * writer in the Gentletroman, says : The great Augustus is quite a study on these occasions. He is never ruffled in sight of the public, in whose warm gaze he seems to ripen ...

THE DRURY LANE MURDER

... THE DRURY LANE MURDER. At the Central Criminal Court on Wednesday, Richard Reeve, aged 18, was indicted for the wilful murder of Mary Ann Reeve, in Druiy-court on the 15th of November. Mr. Clark and Mr. Beasley appeared for the prosecution. Mr. Sleigh ...

Published: Saturday 30 November 1861
Newspaper: Kentish Chronicle
County: Kent, England
Type: Article | Words: 1278 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

DRURY LANE THEATRE

... DRURY LANE THEATRE. Thi* houfe never poflsiTeJ more and nviiDfrous audience than on WedneCday night,drawn togetliei by the double attraction of the prefence of the Royal Family, and the popular play of Pizarro. The whole of the boxes were taken before ...

Published: Tuesday 11 June 1799
Newspaper: Kentish Gazette
County: Kent, England
Type: Article | Words: 2019 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

DRURY LANE THEATRE

... DRURY LANE THEATRE. The declamatory powers of Kemble, are excellently fuited to the part of Zanga, and him alone we think praife is due but Tuefday night was not a night for cricicifm. the conclufion of the Play, God fave the King, and Rule Britannia ...

Published: Friday 05 October 1798
Newspaper: Kentish Gazette
County: Kent, England
Type: Article | Words: 1756 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

DRURY LANE triEATRC

... DRURY LANE triEATRC. liuve had an upportniiity ol' Ri>in«f thi:. healn*, anil obseiving detail tin: with which it is open the approaching season. The quantity of work done in a few weeks (it is now only Seven since the demolition of the old fabric began) ...

DRURY LANE THEATRE

... DRURY LANE THEATRE. A new comedy, called Fifst Impressions, or Trade in the West, was performed at tins Theatre on Saturday night. The plot of the comedy is sometimes too obvious, and at other times involved and tedious.— Sir Thomas (Muudeo) is the old ...

Published: Friday 05 November 1813
Newspaper: Kentish Gazette
County: Kent, England
Type: Article | Words: 3083 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

THEATRE ROYAL. DRURY LANE

... THEATRE ROYAL. DRURY LANE. • Sntnnhy‘night this Theatre .opened for the season. Previous Ilia pisrformanccia God the King sung by the vocal part of the company. Before llie curtain drew Mr. Rae, Um Manager, came on the stage, and, after adverting to the ...

Theatre royal, drury lane, London. and Manager, Mr. F. B. CriATTERTON. '! rama Modem London Life called XORMOSA ..

... Theatre royal, drury lane, London. and Manager, Mr. F. B. CriATTERTON. '! rama Modem London Life called XORMOSA ; or, the Railroad to Ruin, in four Acts written by Dion Boucicaolt.—Scenery and incidenta : Act 1. Oxford—Scene 1. The Old Swan Boathouse ...

DRURY LANE THEATRE. MR. KEAN

... DRURY LANE THEATRE. MR. KEAN. Sbakspeare’a play of the Merchant of Venice” was performed at this house last night.— The announcement of Mr. Kean for the part of Shyluck” proved sufficient to biing unusual crowds. At the rising of the curtain every part ...

DRURY LANE

... DRURY LANE. Mr, Cumberland's pomedv the Jew was on pci formed this Theatre* for the firll time this ieafon, for tlia of introducing new performer to the notice of the town, in the popular part Shtva. This gentleman's rtame, wtfare informed d>e bills ...

Published: Friday 14 October 1796
Newspaper: Kentish Gazette
County: Kent, England
Type: Article | Words: 1605 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

DRURY LANE THEATRE

... DRURY LANE THEATRE. A piece, in two acts, from (lie French stupe, was produced at this Theatre on Tuesday night. It is one of those tentiiiienisl things with which the stage has been surfeited ever since the public condescended to receive with something ...