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TheatreRoyal, Tonypandy.

Tivollf Pentre.

Opera House, Treherbert.

New Theatre, Cardiff.

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New Theatre, Cardiff. Mr. William Greet's great London com- pany of 60 performers will appear in the late Wilson's Barrett's remarkable play, The Sign of the Cross," at the New "Theatre, Cardiff, next week. It is a pro- duction- which will be found to hold a special attraction for all, and once seen it is not readily forgotten. The struggles: of the early Christians have a strong appeal to human nature in these days, and the cruel and bloodthirsty tactics of Pagan Rome are so well drawn that it is almost impossible to repress a shudder at the atrocities perpetrated by a race of Caesars. The play abounds in tuneful numbers sung by well-trained voices, and there is also a solo and a dance included. The elements of refined humour and sarcastic coquetry are also introduced, these being introduced by Glabrio, Dacia, and Philodemus. The company also carries special -.scenery, &c. Dresses and Toga are exactly as worn in the years before the Christian Era.

Clarence Theatre, Pontypridd.

"The Merry Widow" at Treherkiert.

The Contest in Ward 2.

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Palace, Porth.

Ward No. 1.

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MOST WONDERFUL OF LAKES.

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