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AMUSEMENTS.

HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE.

-tEhe..ever-favourite -opera "Kip van iWinkler , . .was staged, -again, at Has 2tfajesty'e Theatre last evening by Pollard's Juvenile Company, and from start to (finish, the large audience present was clearly., entirely given, up to the enjoyicentof this If ascinating. old play. The performance was well up to' the usual standard, and the music and sittings were Special features, Nbt■withsltanding -the success of this j>Gjra3ar >BFOrlE,"it can only be..staged for three matinee,. on Saturday, on Saturday, On Saturday night Hr. Pollard will introduce for the first time here the musical comedy "The Isle of Bpng-iBong:" -This-work has been, well "received everywhere. It is said contain, several tuneful- numbers, and a more -t-Jin.-n usually coherent plot. A fea-ture of the production will be the number of original ballets that will be introduced. BOEAL .ALBERT HALL. '":'"" • Lasfc evening's. entertainment- at the Royal Albert Sail attracted another gpod audience, "who displayed every appreciation of the pictures presented. The " attempt of Sir. E. Travis to 'break the present piano-playing iecoid is proceeding, anil the J>erformer -is confident lof success. The iall is open day and.night, the pianist'-s efforts being occasionally etimulated 'by vocal items. . ■_-'- -~;.-eEEEa. :: H0tJSE i Another excellent programme was preEented at the Opeia House last evening, and was" enjoyed by a large audience.-The same .programme will be given this evening. .'..: --•_ . ■ _ - -. . :;-/ . ■ ■ THE TUVOJA, -A_ new programme was presented at the Tiroii Theatre last evening , to an excellent audience. — 9Ehe -scenic 'films •were especially good, depicting life in Japan, an<s, as a complete change, "Winter in Switzerland," both, of which were much appreciated. Tor pure amusement, some of: the comic series, such, as "A Gem of a Slavey," "The -Pasha's "Dream," and "A Moonlight- 'Dream/'-' were really funny. "A Wonderful. .Electric Belt" evoked roars of laughter, while the "Grippie Coming a Cropper" was a wonderful bit of work. Of great interest was the film representing magic extraordinary. . A very beautiful series -was "Living Howers," in. which the marvellous changes ,and_ admirable colouring were most effective.- Master -Herbert Carter, gave two songs in. a manner that caused lint..to fee..encored on eaA occasion, "Daddy?, being given with great feeling., The same iprogranime will be repeated, this .evening. SOYA!) WELSH Tvtat.t: CHOIE. "Slusic"lovers ibe pleased, to liear tfiat there •wiUJbe one -mare opportunity, of"hearing.the Eoyal. Welsh. Male. Choir •before their departure for Australia. The final concert.will.be : gj vel i p n Saturday evening next, when popular prices' will bs.chargejj., .

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AMUSEMENTS. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 88, 14 April 1909

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