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,LOCAL AMUSEMENTS.

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LOCAL AMUSEMENTS. Theatre Royal (Cardiff). I There will be produced this week at the Theatre I Ruy:d by Mr F. G. Latham's Company the now well-known play, The Second Mrs Tanqueray. The success with which this piece met on the occasion ot its last visit to Cardiff will certainly be accorded it duroig the present wefk. The Mt' '1 -liquel,ay is Second Mrs Tmqueray is a powerfully written work upon the production of which the nnthor, Mr Pinf-ro, has bffo desf-tvedty congratulated. By i,, Mr Pinero has demonst rated his right to a front position among dramatists, whilst the phy itself is one of the finest productions seen for many years past. The company is a strong one, the various artistes having beeu specially selected w;th a view to giving the tnost perfect present- ment to what is, up to the present, Mr PlDero" masterpiece. n The Grand Theatre (Cardiff). I During the present week the theatre-going public ot Cardiff will have the opportunity of witnessing a series of comic operas of exception: attraction. A programme which includes in one week's entertainment such genuine favourites as The Old Guard," Falka," "Pepita," and Brother Pelican," must certainly appeal to all lovers of light music and humorous situations. The company by which the operas will be pre- sented is that of IVIl Horace Lingard, who never fails to surround himself with talented comedians and graceful and pretty ladies. Mr Lingard is, of course, a host in himself, and his dry, humorous style is intensely funny. He is accom- panied by a crowd of clever artistes, who maybe trusted to make things "hum" at the Grand during the week. Mjss Presauo is a clever comedienne and 'Miss Olive Marston is sdso a vivacious and charming youug artiste, whose graceful dancing Blust be seen. Beth ladies form a tower of strength to Mr Lingard's combination, and with the assistance of other clever members, and a pretty chorus, they will undoubtedly form a sLrong attraction. The pieces will be splendidly staged, the dre-ses being bright and attractive, and the stage accessories of the most complete character. There should bo crowded houses at the Grand throughout the woefc. The Empire (Cardiff.) There is billed for the Cardiff Empire tli 's weplz a good all-round programme, which will be sure to be an attraction. The artistes are all of well- known calibre, and altogether the programme is exceedingly well balanced. My Second Husband," by the Brown and Kelly combination, is a most laughable sketch. The Empire (Newport), Empire-goers at Newport seem to be excep- tionally fortunate, for this week they have two programmes. On Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday theie is a capital programme con- tribuied to by the usual number of artistes, and for the remaining days of the week there is an entirely new array of artistes with on« exception —this is Miss May Evans, who will appear the week through, and will undoubtedly make a capital turn. Tha Empire (Swansea). I Swansea is as well looked after as Newport, and they have at the Empire, like the Monmouth- shire town, a complete change of programme iu nine out of 10 it^ms. Miss hzz, Howard, of Sweethearts" fame, will do a mm each evening, but otherwise there will be a new programme on Thursday and the following I evenings. The Panopticon (Cardiff), I This wèek at the Panopticon is announced an entertainment of a high order, Gustavo Roselle's R iyal Court Choir, who will OCCUpy thtl boards for the week, have earned a deservedly high reputation. The combination of lady minstrels include 20 in number. The interest of the pro- gramme is greatly added to by Miss Emmie Rasetle, a scielltitic o¡airvoran, MMO,'

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