Contrast her, for instance, with the theatre child out of drury-lane.
Yet Busiris was not brought upon drury-lane stage till 1719.
But drury-lane was not so favourable to him; for there alas!
The affront was given, it seems, behind the scenes of drury-lane.
drury-lane, sanctified by so many noble recollections, has become an English opera-house.
Your drury-lane friends have treated me with such rudeness, that they told me in plain terms I should be damn'd.
In drury-lane, of all lanes in the world, there is the least occasion to associate intoxicating drink with happiness.
She was a very popular actress in her time, principally attached to drury-lane Theatre.
He aimed at display in the receptions at Holland House as much as when writing a comedy for drury-lane.
He most probably came into the drury-lane company with Johnson and others, when Rich had beaten up for recruits.