The members of the Catholic Literary Society perform on Wednesday and Thursday evenings of this week, the objeot being to augment the funds already held in hand for the purpose of supplying a long-felt want in the shape of a new hall. The plans prepared indicate that the proposed building will be a handsome and com-modious-one. The piece selected as the attraction for both evenings }s an exceptionally interesting and powerful emotional drama, in four acts, founded upon incidents culled from Miss Braddon's novel 'Sfenry Dunbar,'and adapted for stage representation by the late Tom Taylor author of' The Ticket of Leave Man,'' Fool's Revenge,' etc. Apart from the laudable object 7 of the entertainment; which should appeal to ajl interested in the literary advancement of the young, the foregoing facts seem tq indicate that" the performances are likely to prove -wdrth witnessing from a meritorious point of view! The Mandoline Band, conducted by MrLionpl Cox, will be in attendance, and play during the intervals.
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PRINCESS'S THEATRE., Evening Star, Issue 10454, 26 October 1897
PRINCESS'S THEATRE. Evening Star, Issue 10454, 26 October 1897
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