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The Royal Holborn Theatre of Varieties, London, c. 1894

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PressmarkEvan.20
Heading or VenueRoyal Holborn
PlaceLondon, Holborn
TitleThe Royal Holborn Theatre of Varieties. Prices of admission … Manager, Mr. Arthur Swanborough. Treasurer, Mr. George Burgess. Programme 1d. [On the inside] Programme … 1. Overture 2. Ethel Cambridge, serio and dancer 3. Jolly John Nash, the merriest man alive. 4. The Two Rowes, contortionists. 5. G. W. Kenway, Mimic 6. Nelly Oldene, burlesque artiste 7. H. Marvelle's Famous trained dogs, 8. Nellie Richards, serio … 9. Charles Bignell, comedian 10. The Fred Boisset Troupe …11. The Darnley Brothers, English comedians 12. Ada Lincoln, ballad vocalist 13. Milo, the Italian Hercules 14. Peggy Pryde, serio 15. Lily Burnand, beauty's queen 16. G. H. Chirgwin, the white-eyed Kaffir 17. Fred Herbert, topical vocalist 18. The Three Castles, vocalists and dancers. …
Size27.5 cm.
Date[1894?]
Imprint[London] : The Artistic Stationery Company, Designers and Color Printers, London, E.C.
NotesA folded sheet, printed on both sides. - Printed in brown red and black ink. - With advertisements surrounding the programme
GenreTheatre programme
SubjectMusic-halls (Variety-theaters, cabarets, etc.); Vaudeville
NamesCambridge, Ethel; Nash, John, 1828-1901; Two Rowes (Variety artistes); Kenway, G. W.; Oldene, Nelly; Marvelle, H.; Richards, Nellie; Bignell, Charles; Fred Boisset Troupe (Variety artistes); Darnley brothers; Lincoln, Ada; Milo (Strong man); Pryde, Peggy; Burnand, Lily; Chirgwin, George H., 1854-1922; Herbert, Fred
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