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f LOCAL AMUSEMENTS. I Theatre Royal (Cardifl), Messrs Morell and Mouillot's Company in tba pretty, artistic musical comedy, "The Shop Girl," pay a welcome return visit to the Theatre Royal, Cardiff, this week, and visitors to this cosy theatre will have an opportunity of renewing their acquaintance with several of the favourites who appeared in the successful pantomime of Forty Thieves," The Shop Girl" is one of the brightest and most delightful plays of its kind seen in recent years. The songs, music, and dancing are exceptionally pretty, and the dresses, mounting, and scenery are very effective. The company are of decided merit, a: t gives an all-round representation which leaves nothing to be desired. Miss,Lyddie Edmonds as a shop girl is exceedingly good. and she sings and danoes in a manner that is sore to be appreciated, Mr Russell Wallett as Septimus Hooley and Mr Charles S. Kitts as Charles Appleby aito admirable. The company also includes Messrs Wm. Cromwell, Percy Nash, Willie St. John, John McCallum, Charles Cleveland, Wellesley Smith, and Tom Fancourt, and Misses Marie Bundell, Constanoe Courtney, Ellen Standing, Ada Clare, Nellie Wallett, and others. The chorus is excellent. The piece made a great impressioa on its former visit to this thsatre, and it is hoped that the good name won by it will be fully sustained, I Grand Theatre (Cardiff). I The Grand Theatre, Cardiff, will be occupied this week by Messrs Hardie and Von Leer's company. On Monday, Tuesday, and Wednes. day The Bandit King will be produced, and on the remaining three nights The Cattle King will be performed. Both pieces are fuU of interest, and contain scenM of 6 powerful and sensational type. The scenery is good and the mounting is excellent, while the company is one of the strongest to be fonnd. The Bandit King" was first produoed in America, where it had an uninterrupted run of fifteen years, and was witnessed by more people than any other melodrama produced on the American Continent. The oorn. pany is headed by Mr James H. Wallaok, an actor who made for himself a great reputation in America. He will introduce into the piece several acts of equestrianism, which are a feature of the performances. Tbe company all round is excel- lent. f The Empire (Cardiff). I The new Cardiff Empire has 10 caught on," and during the first week of its open- ing it was visited and admired by many thousands of spectators, who expressed their admiration at the splendid accommodation and beautiful decorations of the handsome structure. A splendid list of attractions has been provided for the ensuing week, the principal of which is the original Lumiere Cinematographs from the Empire, London, under the direction of Mons. Trewey. This is the most interesting and probably the most marvellous of recent developments of science, and should be seen by everyone. In addition to the exhibition at each performance at night, the cinematographs will be shown daily at intervals between 2 and 4.30 in the afternoon, for which a charge of sixpence admission will be wade. The other items of the bill are Miss Lizzie Valrose, burlesque actress and songstress the Brothers Webb, musical comedians; Miss Ethel Dove, character songstress Abel and Welsh, eccentric gymnasts; Wallis and Langton, comedians Arthur Rosedon, comic vocalist and Mr Paul Langtry, the famous dark vooalist. I The Empire (Newport). I As usual an excellent programme has been prepared for the Empire, Newport, during the current week. The company includes Harry ^Champion, the popular comedian, who will introduce several new songs; Carrie Joy a clever and pleasing vocalist; The Oscars, musical oomedians; Ziobe, in her pictorial entertainment; Frank Coyne, comedian M. Paul, the magician; Mr Horace Ward, comedian and the three Sisters Wynbe, vocalists and danoers, from the Gaiety Theatre, I The Empire (8wansea). Habitues of the Swansea Empire will this week be afforded an opportunity of Meing Don Juan a Caioedo, the expert tight wire walker and oomedian. who WlU perform all his latest and most successful feats. He will be supported by Joe Edmonds, the black comedian M'sa Lilian Robina, serio- oomicand balladist; Alijig'and -Juan, comediansand dancers; R. W. Bentley, comedian; Miss Agnes Hazel, lighb comedy songstress Gladys Hallett, serio-oomedy Bongtress and Master Herbert la Martina, vocalist and dancer. I The Panoptioon (Cardiff). I The Kentucky Minstrels, who delighted large audiences at the Panopticon, Cardiff, last week, have been induced prolong their stay for an- other week. They will present an entirely new programme of songs, sketches, and dances, and new jokes and comic business will also be intro- duced. 00 Sunday evening they gave a sacred ooncext, which waa well

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