30 JUNE 1855, Page 12

The School for Scandal, which is by no means such

a familiar spectacle in the eyes of the London public as it was a few years ago, was revived at the Olympic to such good purpose on the occasion of Mr. Wigan's benefit, that it will be repeated tonight for the benefit of Mrs. Wigan. The fea- tures of the revival are the return to the stage of Mrs. Stirling, who plays Lady Teazle, the restoration of Joseph Surface to his proper eminence by Mr. Wigan, the adaptation of Mr. Robson's peculiarities to the oddities of Moses, and the correctness and elegance of the costumes, As times go, the cast may be termed " strong" ; for talent is now so centrifugal in its nature, that it is hard to get a large quantity of it within the limits of one piece.