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AMUSEMENTS, Issue 15659, 25 November 1914
QCEMN’S THEATRE. The liberal patronage that continues to 1)0 bestowed on tho Queen's Theatre can only 1)0 accepted as evidence of the ipiality of tlie pictures screened there. The < hid’ picture of the current pnujrainine I' ’ 1 he Angel of tVintentinn.' and it is well supported by many other pictures, dramatic, scenic, and comic. The theatre will ho open as usual to night. RLAEA riCTUKKS. Tho chief picture of tho current programme at the i’iaza Tictiires is ‘The (tolled Door.’ a powerful dramatic subject. Other tilm.s are ‘Easy -Money,' ‘The Conntry Wife,’ and the ‘Warwick Chronicle,’ with its budget of interesting war views. The same pictures will be; shown to-night. HAYWARDS’ IMCTCRES. The public have learned to depend on the pit tonal entertainment provided hy .Messrs llayu'ard at the Octagon Hall, and the series of films at pr.sent ottered are of the best class. The programme includes war pictures and dramatic and comic subjects. It will be presented to night. There will be a matinee to-morrow afternoon. THE KING'S TH I-.'ATT If. The current programme of pictures at the King’s Theatre is an exceptionally good one, and of a nature to prove attractive to visitors from the country. Then: is a due film showing the occupation of l/ouvain by tlie Germans, who wrought havoc. ‘ The Treasure Ship 'is a stirring dramatic picture. (Moor hints are eipial to the high standard of the King’s Theatre. PRINCESS 111 EATRE. The company now holding tho hoards at file Princes., Theatre are a very capable band of performers, and provide an entertainment which should prove a big attraction to Show visitors. Leslie Holmes's Piercttes, Bensen and Bell. Les Bates, and .Miss Carrie Moore, the popular artiste, all supply refreshing and attractive items. The same programme will bo presented again to-night. H CHARD'S ENTER!A I APRS. The, litigat'd and thing Sung Loo Company gave another psrformance at His Majesty’s Theatre last evening. The amazing shooting act of Ifngard again astonished the audience, while Cliing and his assistants abo kept everyliody ainu-ed and entertained. The combination will appear again to-night. BARTON'S CIRCCS. Tho tent of Barton's Circus has been pitched at the corner of Cumberland and .St. Andrew streets, whom another performance was given last evening. MisKthel Ashton, in a sensational aerial and flying trapeze act, and .1. M. West, hand balancer, again appeared in some sensational turns. Tbs programme concluded with “Wild Australia,” a baud of buckjump riders, headed by Queensland Harry. A performance will be given again tonight, and a special matinee will take place to-morrow. MR ARTHUR ALEXANDER. One of the special holiday attractions is the pianoforte recital to be given by the above artist to-morrow evening, at 8.15, in the Burns Hall. Tho programme comprises items from the works of Beethoven, Sehaamann. Chopin, etc., and as Mr Alexander has proved by his London successes to be a. brilliant exponent in the art of piano playing, he should be greeted with a crowded house. The London ‘ limes’ of October 22, 1913, in criticisin'.; Mr Alexander’s last recital, says: “Mr Alexander needs no introduction to a Lon don audience,, and is known as a pianist who knows what he wants to convey, t urd goes straight to tho point.”
AMUSEMENTS, Issue 15659, 25 November 1914
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