and farces. Boxes 2s. 6d. and is. 6d., pit Is., gallery 6d. Com¬
mences at 7 p.m.; half-price at 8.30 p.m.
Britannia Theatre, Hoxton Street, in the N.E. of London,
holding nearly 3400 persons. Melodramas. Admission 2s., Is., and
fid. Commences at 6.30 p.m.; half-price at 8.30 p.m.
Grecian Theatre, formerly the 'Eagle' (tea-gardens and danc¬
ing room), City Road, Hoxton ; one of the largest theatres in Lon¬
don. Dramas, farces, and ballets. Admission Is. ; stalls 2s. Be¬
gins at 7 p.m.; half-price to stalls at 9 p.m.
13. Concerts and other Amusements.
AVillis's Rooms, formerly called Almack's (see p. 201), King
Street, St. James's, for concerts and balls.
St. James's Hall , with entrances from the Regent Street
Quadrant and Piccadilly, used for concerts, balls, and public meet¬
ings. Among the concerts given here are the New Philharmonic
Concerts, those of the Musical Society of London, and the favourite
Monday and Saturday Popular Concerts, held every Monday
evening at 8 o'clock and every Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock during
the season, at which classical music is performed by eminent
artistes. Admission to the last-named concerts, stalls 5s., front
gallery 3s., other parts of the hall Is.
F'xeter Hall, N. side of Strand, to the S. of Covent Garden ;
principally oratorios (Sacred Harmonic Society and National Choral
Royal Albert Hall, South Kensington (p. 243), for musical
fetes and concerts on a large scale, but at uncertain intervals.
Crystal Palace, Sydenham (p. 271); numerous concerts by
a good orchestra and celebrated artistes.
Alexandra Palace, Muswell Hill (p. 294), concerts of all
Agricultural Hall, Islington. Occasional concerts, which
are advertised in the daily papers.
St. George's Hall, 4 Langham Place W.
Music Halls, Public Gardens, Concerts and Comic Operas, and
Canterbury Hall and Fine Arts Gallery , Westminster
Bridge Road. Open daily from 11 a.m. to midnight. Musical
entertainment begins at 7 p.m. Admission fid., to the picture
Pavilion Music Hall, Tichborne Street, Haymarket.
Evans' Music and Supper Rooms, at the N.W. corner of Covent
Garden. Admission Is. The entertainment, consisting of glees,