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F ,Thjngs Theatrical.


F Thjngs Theatrical. CLARENCE THEATRE, PONTYPRIDD. PROViiD TRUE." The above emotional and sensational drama which occupies the boards at the Clarence this week has been well received each evening, ,i)le company consists of Miss Emma Rainbow's fltmous o- 1, including Mr Herbert Princep as Robe< t .Tbynne." The songs introduced in the plav are charming and sprightly, and the singers each eveniug soon establish themselves as favourites, possessing as they do exceptional talent in this direction. The clrima, which is ooo of the finest produced at this popular place of amusement, without a doubt deserves a v'sit from all play-goer.-?. "THE SIGN OF THE CROSS." Patrons of our local theatre cannot complain of the diversity of the dramatic menu provided to satisfy their appetites by Mr Jones. Next Monday will be presented for the first time at the Clarence Wilson Barrert's masterpiece, I "The Sign of the Cross," which will be per- formed in its entirety by Mr Ben Greet's well known company, this will be repeated on Tuesday and Wednesday on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, the grand Cambrian Miustrel Troupe make their first appearance before a Pontypridd audiance, there are forty artistes announced, including a number of the Roya, Male Voice earty. The company, piloted by Mr Fred Harris, the champion tambourine player, will have a full band and chorus and bids fair to draw crowded houses during their visit. A special grand sacred concert has been arranged for Sunday night, April 2nd, par- ticulars of which wdl ba announced in our next week's issue. I







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