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South London Palace, Lambeth. Variety Performance, 1892

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Heading or VenueSouth London Palace
PlaceLondon, Lambeth
TitleSouth London Palace, London Road, S.E. Proprietress Mrs. J. J. Poole. Monster programme. The greatest variety company in London. Easter bank holiday & every evening. Grand production of an Indian pantomime ballet divertissement, entitled "The Sioux". Written and invented by Mr. Charles Lauri. Music composed and arranged by Walter Slaughter. Incidental dances and ballet arranged by John D'Auban. Grand scenery and original effects by Nicholas Hinchey … Introducing Mr. Charles Lauri (from Drury Lane Theatre) in his great impersonation of Chadi, the man monkey … Miss Marie Lloyd (the great artiste, vocalist, and dancer.) Pat Rafferty (the popular Irish comedian.) Mdlle. Vonare (the marvellous lady contortionist.) Jeannie Venoi (the charming ballad vocalist.) Amy Lyster (the charming serio and dancer.) Miss Flora Moore (America's greatest comedienne.) Sisters Santley (duettists and dancers.) … Mr. Tom Costello (the unique and clever character comedian). Vento … Doors open at 7.30; commence at 7.45. Prices from 4d. to £2 2s. Notice. - Extra talent and doors open earlier during the holidays and on Saturdays. Acting manager Mr. J. Crookes. General manager Mr. F. Law
Size39 x 13 cm.
Imprint[London] : Printed by Oldfield's Multi-Colour Apparatus Company, 7, Ludgate Square, Ludgate Hill (one impression)
NotesDated in MS.: 1892. - Printed in red, blue and green ink. - Another copy at Evan.1017
SubjectMusic-halls (Variety-theaters, cabarets, etc.); Vaudeville; Singing; Ventriloquism
NamesPoole, Mrs J. J.; Lauri, Charles; Slaughter, Walter, 1860-1908; D'Auban, John; Hinchey, Nicholas; Lloyd, Marie, 1870-1922; Rafferty, Pat; Vonare, Mdlle.; Venoi, Jeannie; Lyster, Amy; Moore, Flora; Sisters Santley; Costello, Tom, 1863-1945; Vento, Harry; Crookes, J.; Law, F.
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