7 SEPTEMBER 1850, Page 11

Sadler's - Wells and the Surrey -continue doing a respectable sort of

business. The latter is in the midst of its operatic season, and tivourite Italian pieces are•Performed in a creditable style. The forniet- remains true to its mission of diffusing a taste for the legitimate drama among the people of Islington. _During the fortnight that has elapsed since its re- opening, Hamlet, William Tell, and Mr. Leigh Hunt's Legend of Florence, have been played. Mr. Phelps, and the rising tragic actress Miss Glyn, are still the histrionic chiefs of the company ; and it has received an ad- dition of some importance in the shape of a premixing actor of juvenile tragedy, named Waller.