7 JANUARY 1843, Page 13

The Haymarket closes on Saturday the 14th, until Easter ;

when it will reopen, we understand, under the same management, and with the same company : Mr. WEBSTER having renewed the term of his lease, and reagaged Mr. FARREN, Mrs. GLOVER, Madame VESTRIS, and Mr. C. MATnnws. During the recess some alterations are to be made ; which we wish may include the removal of the unsightly stage-boxes, and of the tawdry drapery over the proscenium, that impedes the sodnd and injures the effect of the scenery, besides being in bad taste : the scarlet profiles of corsets will doubtless disappear from the fronts of the boxes, and the portraits of the old dramatists should be transferred to the green-room-they are unsuited and too well painted for their present situation. It would be a very great improvement, too, if the front of the audience part could be changed from a square to a semicircular or horse-shoe form : the side-boxes are very inconvenient for seeing.