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Middlesex Music Hall, Holborn. Grand Special Night, 1880

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Heading or VenueMiddlesex Music Hall
PlaceLondon, Holborn
TitleMiddlesex Music Hall, Drury Lane. The best variety entertainment in London. J. L. Graydon proprietor. Grand special night, Thursday next, July 22, 1880. Notice. J. L. Graydon has much pleasure in announcing to his patrons that the new stage will be opened on Thursday evening next, the 22nd inst. … A special entertainment will be provided. This will be a grand night! Mr. G. H. Macdermott has kindly consented to appear at nine o'clock precisely, and deliver a short address, at which time the full extent of the new stage wil be thrown open. The following ladies and gentlemen have also faithfully promised to assist on this occasion: Miss Jenny Hill … And the following artistes engaged on the establishment: Marie Beecher. Kate Harvey … Admission for this night only:- pit and upper balcony, 6d. Lower balcony, 1s. Front and back stalls and promenade, 2s. Chairman - Mr. Gus Leach
Size76 x 26 cm.
Imprint[London] : Pewtress & Co., Printers, 15, Great Queen Street, W.C.
IllustrationsAt foot of illustration: J. Downey. Del. et lith. M. M. Hanly, Printer, 18A Fetter Lane. E.C..
NotesMiddlesex Music Hall was a former name of the Winter Garden Theatre in Drury Lane, Holborn (Howard, D. London Theatres and music halls 1850-1950. London, 1970)
SubjectVaudeville; Music-halls (Variety-theaters, cabarets, etc.)
NamesGraydon, J. L. (James Lawrence); MacDermott, G. H. (Gilbert Hastings), 1845-1901; Hill, Jenny, 1848-1896; Beecher, Marie; Harvey, Kate
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