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"Duty's Call to Arms", a new military spectacular monologue presented at the South London Palace, 1894

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PressmarkEvan.1132
Heading or VenueSouth London Palace
PlaceLondon, Lambeth
TitleSouth London Palace, London Road, S.E. Proprietors - South London Music Hall, Limited. Managing director - Mrs. Ellen Poole. Gigantic attractions! Gigantic attractions! The smartest worked programme, and the coolest and best ventilated hall in London. Lighted throughout by electricity. Monday, Sep. 3rd, 1894, and every evening. A new and original military spectacular monologue, entitled: - Duty's call to arms, invented, written, and composed by Joseph Tabrar, author and composer of the "Night alarm," in which will appear the clever actor-vocalist, Mr. Geo. Leyton. New and special scenery and effects by Mr. E. A. Baker. Electric light and lime light by Mr. J. Jarratt … Doors open at 7.30. Saturdays 7. With extra talent. The greatest star company in London. A change every week. Prices from 4d. to £2 2s. Manager Mr. W. Sergeant
Size38 x 13 cm.
Date1894
Imprint[London] : F. F. W. Oldfield & Co., Printers, Ludgate Square, E.C.
NotesPrinted on yellow paper. - Another copy at Evan.1025 and Evan.573
GenrePoster
SubjectMusic-halls (Variety-theaters, cabarets, etc.); Vaudeville; Monologues
NamesLeyton, George, 1864-1948; Tabrar, Joseph, 1857-1931; Baker, E. A.; Jarratt, J.; Sergeant, Will
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