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THEATRE ROYAL, CADOXTON.

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THEATRE ROYAL, CADOXTON. For good. clever acting the company that now occupies the stage at the New Theatre Roval, Cadoxton. this week have not been surpassed, even if equaPed, in this district. The piece that is played is Mr. Rass Challis' splendid drama -The Curate." Mr. E. Parker-Royston. p, the muscular Curate, played a difficult part extremely well Mr. Roy Fortescue played the villain u Westwooel" so effectively that he was heartily hissed—as every good villain is at provincial theatres Mr. New- man Maurice was very clever as Simon Peter Maggs," with piccolo solo, eliciting a tremendous encore and a word of p.iise is due to Messrs Cheetham, Conway, and Vane for their delineation of George Verner," a fine old English gentleman Sergeant Snipe." and 11 Benjamin Bendlebow," respectively. "'May Verner" was nobly and pathetically represented by Miss Loyal Ferre while Miss Gray and Miss Everitt gave a most faithful representation of •• Florctte" and Katina Voelski." To hear such a good imitation of the French and Russian accents and character- istics was a liberal education in itself Miss Aggie Emerson as 11 Dick the TrumpoteiJ"' \Vas simply delicious, and the dying scene—the son dying at his father s hands, the curate's denuncia- tions, tho remorse and agony of the father and tho last words and song of the dying boys, who sees bright visions of his mother and the better land far. far away"—touched the hearts of the vast audience. Everyone should see the » Curate which is about the best thing all round that has ever appeared in this district.

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