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South London Palace, Lambeth, 1894

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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. Monday, July 16th, 1894 and every evening. Gigantic attraction! Gigantic attraction! The smartest worked programme. The coolest and best ventilated hall in London. Lighted throughout by electricity. Expensive engagement and first appearance in London of the celebrated Newcastle boxer, Dick Burge. The undefeated 10-st. champion of the world, in a scientific boxing exhibition with Harry Nickless of Lambeth, winner of eleven battles, and undefeated until his match with Dick Burge. Sisters Preston. Duettists and dancers. Charles Seel. Eccentric comedian. Marie Kendall. One of the gilrs. George Fairburn. The great comedian and mimic. Grand production of a new and original sketch, entitled: King o' the mint or, The days of Jack Sheppard. Written by J. P. Dryden & J. M. East … Walter Stockwell. Comedian. Flo Hastings. The favourite serio … The four Vendomes. The musical laundry. Last six nights of the successful burlesque Jane Shore (shortened) by A. R. Marshall … and the popular comedian, Mr. Fred Williams. Prices from 4d. to £2 2s. The front row of stalls, numbered and reserved, can be booked in advance. Manager Mr. W. Sergeant
Size39 x 14 cm.
Imprint[London] : F. F. W. Oldfield & Co., Printers, Ludgate Square, E.C.
NotesAnother copy at Evan.1021
SubjectBoxing; Vaudeville; Music-halls (Variety-theaters, cabarets, etc.)
NamesPoole, Ellen; Burge, Dick; Nickless, Harry; Sisters Preston; Seel, Charles; Kendall, Marie, 1873-1964; Fairburn, George, d. 1918; Dryden, J. P.; East, J. M. (John Marlborough), 1860-1924; Stockwell, Charles; Hastings, Flo; Four Vendomes; Marshall, A. R.; Williams, Fred; Sergeant, Will
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