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Town Hall, Redhill. Alfred Glenville Vance's Merry Makers, 1883

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PressmarkEvan.516
Heading or VenueTown Hall
PlaceSurrey, Redhill
TitleVance's merry makers! Patrons: Prince of Wales, Princess of Wales and Royal Family. Town Hall, Redhill. One night only! Friday, October 19th. Prices of admission - 2/-, 1/- & 6d. A few reserved stalls, 2/6. Doors open at 7.30. Overture at 8. Carriages at 10.30. Plan etc., of Mr. Pearce, bookseller. New musical follie, by Henry Duffy, Esq., entitled - Portraits & politics. In which Miss Eunice Vance and Mr. Arthur Goodrich will appear, supported by Vance's Lyric Company. New music by Edward Jonghmanns. Vance in a new budget of vocal varieties. Miss Eunice Vance's "Bouquet of fun". New jollities musical, mimical, comical, and satirical. "The greatest London sensation of the age, produced at Her Majesty's Theatre, and in which Mr. Vance was the principal comedian." - Vide Standard and Times. The new and original burlesque, entitled The yellow dwarf. Or, The princess fair, the ring of hair, and the wicked witch of the desert bare. By Frank. W. Green. Music by Signor Antonio Mora and A. G. Vance. New scenic effects and magical change. Magnificent and costly costumes by Madam Auguste et Cie., Wellington Street, Strand; and Mrs. Strahan, Royalty Theatre, Soho; from original designs by Alfred Concannen. The novel scenes and properties by T. Robinson of London and Liverpool. The whole produced under the personal superintendance of Alfred G. Vance & Sig. Antonio Mora. Characters … Miss Eunice Vance … Miss Florence Dolby … Miss Birdie Irving, Mr Alfred G. Vance … Mr Arthur Goodrich … Mr St. Clair … Mr H. Belmont … Proprietor and manager Mr. Alfred G. Vance. Holland Lodge, Clapham Road, London, S.W.
Size89 x 30 cm.
Date[1883]
Imprint[Plymouth] : Theophilus Creber, Steam Printer, Plymouth
NotesPrinted in red, yellow, orange and black ink
GenrePoster
SubjectMusic-halls (Variety-theaters, cabarets, etc.); Vaudeville; Impersonation; Popular music
NamesVance, Alfred Glenville, 1840-1888; Duffy, Henry; Vance, Eunice; Goodrich, Arthur; Vance's Lyric Company; Jonghmanns, Edward; Green, Frank W. (Frank William), 1842-1884; Mora, Antonio; Dolby, Florence; Irving, Birdie; St. Clair, Mr.; Belmont, H.; Concanen, Alfred, 1835-1886
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