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St. James's Theatre, Piccadilly. Music of the Tyrol, c. 1858

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Heading or VenueSt James's Theatre
PlaceLondon, Piccadilly
TitleSt. James's Theatre, King Street, St. James's. Music of the Tyrol. Last day performance. Under the immediate patronage of Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Kent. Mr. Mitchell respectfully announces that the celebrated troupe of Tyrolese Minstrels Simon Holaus, Veit Rahm, Ludwig Rainer, Klier, and Madlle. Margreiter, will give their last morning concert at the above theatre, on Friday, July 9th, being positively their last appearance but one in London. Programme … On Saturday evening, July 10, an extra entertainment will be given for the benefit of Herr Ludwig Rainer; full particulars will be duly announced. Stalls, 7s. Boxes, 3s. Pit, 2s. Amphitheatre, 1s. Private boxes, stalls, and tickets may be obtained at Mr. Mitchell's Royal Library, 33, Old Bond Street … and at the box office of the theatre, which is open daily, from 11 till 5 o'clock
Size39 x 17 cm.
Imprint[London] : Printed by W. J. Golbourn, 6, Princes Street, Leicester Square
NotesThe printer William Joseph Golbourn was based at 6 Princes Street, Leicester Square, from 1849 to 1869, and from 1870-1872 (Brown, P. A. London publishers and printers 1800-1870. London, 1982). - With a pencilled MS note: 1827
SubjectFolk music - Tyrol (Austria)
NamesTyrolese Minstrels; Mitchell, Mr.; Holaus, Simon; Rahm, Veit; Rainer, Ludwig; Klier (Minstrel); Margreiter, Mademoiselle
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