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CANTERBURY PARAGON 9-0. OXFORD lO-15. Sole Agent :—GEO. WARE.

CANTERBURY PARAGON 9-0. OXFORD lO-15. Sole Agent :—GEO. WARE.

NIR. SAM TORR, ALHAMBRA, Every Evening until further notice. JOYFUL JOYFUL !! JOYFUL 1 ! ! Agents :—R. WARNER & CO.
03 August 1889 - Music Hall and Theatre Review - London, London, England
 
THE ERA, February 7, 1891

THE ERA, February 7, 1891

" One of the most successful performers in the programme is a dog, b elonging to the Quinns. The way he pretends to be killed by the inharmonious singing of hiF mistress is excessively funny."
07 March 1891 - Music Hall and Theatre Review - London, London, England
 
THE MUSIC HALL.

THE MUSIC HALL.

reflects the highest credit on the management. The Sisters Grosvenor sang some highly amusing songs, and danced with grace and spirit. The Three Lillies, refined song and dance artistes, gained much favor for their tuneful melodies and flying feet. Miss AEY RUSSELL sang her cont
09 August 1890 - Music Hall and Theatre Review - London, London, England
 
THE MUSIC HALL. UNION TAVERN,

THE MUSIC HALL. UNION TAVERN,

THE 146, Camberwell New Road, (Corner of Vassal Road), Under entire New Management. ROBERT s, CLARKE. Proprietor. The above renowned Tavern, with its spacious Pleasure Grounds and Flower Gardens, splendidly illuminated, is now open to the public, The Proprietor is supplying his
09 August 1890 - Music Hall and Theatre Review - London, London, England
 
C HALL. pECKTIAM THEATRE OF VARIETIES,

C HALL. pECKTIAM THEATRE OF VARIETIES,

SOUTHAMPTON STREET, PECKIIAM. Proprietor ... ... A. F. LOVEJOY. General Manager ... ... W. B. FAIR. Chairman ... . . WILE GRIFFITHS. MONDAY, AUGUST 11th, and every Evening until further notice. Special Engagement of T. W. Barrett, the Surrey-side Favourite and Nobleman's Son ; A
09 August 1890 - Music Hall and Theatre Review - London, London, England
 

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HOWARD DE WING,

HOWARD DE WING,

H OWARD DE WING, MUSICAL, DRAMATIC AND ENTERTAINMENT AGE , ' 56, ST. PAUL'S ROAD, KENNINGTON PARK, LONDON, S.E. the Ladies and Gentlemen prepared fcr the Stage in all branches profession, and engagements obtained. Everything provided ° l.l th eir most reasonable terms. Interviews
18 October 1890 - Music Hall and Theatre Review - London, London, England
 
AVENUE HOTEL FOR CENTLEMEN

AVENUE HOTEL FOR CENTLEMEN

SHAFTESBURY AVENUE, PICCADILLY CIRCLIS The most Central Hotel for Members of the P r ofessi° l Gentlemen Visiting London. Bedroom and Breakfast. NO CHARGE FOR ATTENDANCE. Address the Manager—W•
18 October 1890 - Music Hall and Theatre Review - London, London, England
 
THEATRE REVIEW.

THEATRE REVIEW.

CONDUCTED BY TOM MERRY & WILLIAM McWILLIAM. as much as a donkey does of his grandmother. It is very funny though, very funny, to see a man who spoils paper with twaddle that would disgrace the fourth form of an infant school sitting in judgment on grand opera. THE same mighty or
18 October 1890 - Music Hall and Theatre Review - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL BABBLE.

PROVINCIAL BABBLE.

BRADFORD.-Mr. Pullan, of the Star, Bradford, has supplied us with a good array of talent this week. The programme including those clever gymnasts the Tycoon Japanese troupe, their gymnastic feats being perforated in a neat and clever style. Billy Seward, always a prime favourite
18 October 1890 - Music Hall and Theatre Review - London, London, England
 
ALHAMBRA, BRIGHTON.

ALHAMBRA, BRIGHTON.

Returns to Town October IT, Foresters', Gatti's (Westminster), and Metropolican,where she is specially retained until Christmas. " What do I care ?" Agents—ll. T. DtpcoTT and Co. LOTS ! LOTS ! ! LOTS ! ! ! Stick in here all night. LIEUT. FRANK TRAVIS, England's Premier Ventriloq
26 September 1891 - Music Hall and Theatre Review - London, London, England