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South London Palace, Lambeth. Variety Performance, 1895

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Heading or VenueSouth London Palace
PlaceLondon, Lambeth
TitleSouth London Palace, London Road, S.E. Proprietors - South London Music Hall, Ltd. Managing director - Mrs. J. J. Poole. Enormous attractions & constant changes. The smartest worked programme in London. Monday, January 21st, 1895 and every evening. Great success of the world famous Fred Karno's great troupe of comedians. In their screaming absurdity Hilarity! First appearance of Clivette. The originator. The marvel. The Brantfords … Special engagement of Professor Duncan and his wonderful performing Collie dogs. Rose Dearing … Sir Samuel Redfern … Daisy Wood … Tom Leamore. The favourite comedian … Charles Bignell … Cora Caselli … Grand production of an entirely new and original sketch, entitled The emigrant ship. Words by John P. Harrington. Music by Geo. Le Brunn. In which the clever young actor vocalist Mr. George Leyton will appear … Alice Harvey, burlesque actress, will sing an entirely new national anthem, entitled: "The union." Important engagement of Hanlon, Cleo & Hanlon the marvellous aerial gymnasts, … Dutch Daly concertina player and humourist … Sisters Melbourne … Return of the popular mimic Mr. George Fairburn in an entirely new entertainment, entitled Popular parliamentary personages … Box office open daily from 11 till 3. Doors open 7.30. Saturdays 6.50, with extra talent. A change every week. Prices from 4d. to £2 2s. Acting manager Mr. C. C. Holmes
Size51 x 13 cm.
Imprint[London] : F. F. W. Oldfield & Co., Printers, Ludgate Square, E.C. (One impression)
Notes'Clivette' might be Clivette Merton, 1868-1931. - Another copy at Evan.1026
SubjectMusic-halls (Variety-theaters, cabarets, etc.); Vaudeville; Animals, Training of; Dogs
NamesPoole, Mrs J. J.; Karno, Fred, 1866-1941; Clivette; Brantfords (Variety artistes); Duncan, Professor; Dearing, Rose; Redfern, Sam, 1851-1915; Wood, Daisy, 1877-1961; Leamore, Tom, 1866-1939; Bignell, Charles; Caselli, Cora; Harrington, John P., 1865-1939; Le Brunn, George, 1863-1905; Leyton, George, 1864-1948; Harvey, Alice; Hanlon, Cleo & Hanlon; Dutch Daley; Sisters Melbourne; Fairburn, George, d. 1918; Holmes, C. C.
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