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Mr A. Vivian will conolude bis season at tho Piin-oe-n'fl Theatre this evening, when there nhould ho n pood honflo, lor that gentleman has certainly provided thpatre-irofrs wi'h p'enty of variety durinsr the four or five weeks that the season hut laßted. la addition to th" faot that a benefit Is to be tendered to Mr nnd Mr? Vivian, a capital programme has bfen provided for te-riijrht, the bill of fire includirjr ' Lidy Audioy's Secret'—the ploy that shows the company at their be*t and the amusing comedy • Sam.' A few lines may he uiven to Saturday's performance. ' Queen's Evidence,' a drama that wo saw here srmo f*w years b'ck, was prcduocd, ai.d a* it is tho work of Mess™ Gns ITarrin and Paul Uirrlt*, it oin eafilv be understand that It U a bit above some of thoplecH that Mr Vivian has shown it?. The scen-'c'fft'ot*, vriib one txeeption, were »]«.■> bet'or th»n wo have bef n oconstnmcd to during Mr Vivian's r<'>riin*, »ad, altogether, it is a pltv that ' Queen's Kv|d*ree' was no* nut on oailier. Mr Carey, in tho part of the hero, Gilbert Midlend, h*s to ?o HirMi»h the usual ordeal rf misrepwentatlrn and hardships consequent thereon, and does so in his usual manly and conscientious style. Miss Vivian supports him Wf II in his wife Kato, who also has to go through onnnidfirahle eutTerinz—tne'udlnjr temporary hllmln'S- - b'fnro everylhinir out rltrht. Mr Vivian ft Jem Uancfl, revelled in a conupiiial part, andciuied p'er.ty of anwniont omintr the audience ; whflo the minor characters were all filled in a fairly satisfactory nianrirr.

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THE VIVIAN SEASON., Issue 7959, 15 July 1889

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THE VIVIAN SEASON. Issue 7959, 15 July 1889

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