HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE.
An exceptionally attractive programme is to bo presented by the Fullei'-Brennan management at His Majesty's Theatre this evening, there being no fewer than fourteen new artists billed to appear. Foremost amongst them -will bo the Corrick Family of musicians and vocalists, who have l-ecently been delighting Auckland audiences. This combination, which is said to be a most talented one, will provide the whole of the first part of the programme. The Corricks' entertainment will consist of musical items of all descriptions, also vocal items, both grave and gay. Mr Carelton Chase, an Ameincan entertainer who has recently concluded a lengthy_ engagement with the Grafters Co., will appear in a vocal specialty act, in which he will be assisted by Mr Gene Hawkes, pianist and violinist. Clinton and Beatrice will submit their sharpshooting act, and it is said that these > artists will rival anything in this line seen here previously. Others who will contribute to the bill are the two Barclays, described as two dainty ladies and a piano; and The Dangars, trick cyclists, who will present their cycledrome. Artists remaining from last week are George Melrose and The Leack-Wallin Trio. The programme will run for six nights and matinees will be given on Friday and Saturday. MACMAHON'S NEW THEATRE. The theatre was taxed to its utmost capacity on Boxing Day, when a new programme of a particularly lengthy character was shown, headed by a dramatic domestic story, "A Dumb Passion," whilst "The Angelus" was also a charming and appropriate picture. The magnificent scenic picture of Rotorua will be withdrawn after to-day, and tonight some pretty views of the Italian shores of the Mediterranean will be shown. There are no fewer than three excellent comics on the bill, and "Wonders of the Deep" is a delightful interest subject. There will be another change of programme to-morrow. PEOPLE'S PICTURE PALACE. All through the holidays the People's Picture Palace in Manners-street haa beeu crowded, the excellence of the programme being repeatedly commented upon. A new programme was screened to-day, headed by a Thanhaueer drama lof considerable merit, entitled "The Catspaw." This is said to be one of the best Thanhauser dramas shown for some time, the plot being unusual and all the time interesting. A series of new war pictures was a-Lso ahqwn, together with a number of tne latest releases in the way of dramas and comedies. STAR PICTURES, NEWTOWN. " The Mystery of the Sleeping Death," a drama by the Kalem Company, a Keystone comedy, "ITis New Profession,"' with Charles Chaplin in the cast, all the latest war hews, and many other subjects, make up to-night's change at the Star.
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HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE., Evening Post, Volume LXXXVIII, Issue 154, 28 December 1914
HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. Evening Post, Volume LXXXVIII, Issue 154, 28 December 1914
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