The bill of fare offered for the Easter holydays at
the English Theatres is not very various. Drury Lane will have a spectacle; the principal performers of which will be the animals that have been already exhibited in procession through the streets. The Haymarket presents a new bur- lesque by Mr. Planche, to be called the New Planet; and the Princess's gives Anber's Barcarole, and the Midsummer Night's Dream with Mendelssohn's music. Mademoiselle Rose Cheri appears on Easter Monday, for the first time this season.