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Gatti's Charing Cross Music Hall, Westminster. Christmas Entertainment, 1891

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PressmarkEvan.1104
Heading or VenueGatti's Charing Cross Music Hall
PlaceLondon, Westminster
TitleGatti's Charing Cross Music Hall. Villiers Street, Charing Cross. Proprietors Messrs. G. & L. Corazza - Gatti. Grand star company for 'Xmas and every evening until further notice. Bessie Bonehill, everybody's favorite. Tom White & his renowned street Arabs. T. W. Barrett, the nobleman's son. In all new songs. The three Sisters Jonghmans, opera bouffe artists. Vento, ventriloquist, … Daisy Lloyd sister to Marie Lloyd, ... The screaming racing absurdity, entitled 'The bookie'. Written by Wall Pink, supported by those great favorites, Joe Keegan & Joe Elvin assisted by Lottie Leslie, Nellie Gannon and Master Frank … In addition to the above grand star company, extra talent will appear during the holidays. Doors open much earlier. Manager Mr. Tom Tinsley. Musical director Mr. James Murray …
Size38 x 13 cm.
Date[1891]
Imprint[London] : Phillips Bros., Printers, Bath-st., London-rd., S.E.
NotesAnother copy at Evan.1105 and Evan.1107. - Printed in red and green ink. - With a MS. inscription on the back: 1891-2. - Gatti's Charing Cross Music Hall is a former name of the Player's Theatre (Howard, D. London Theatres and music halls 1850-1950. London, 1970)
GenrePoster
SubjectMusic-halls (Variety-theaters, cabarets, etc.); Vaudeville; Singing
NamesCorazza, Giacomo; Corazza, Luigi; Gatti, Carlo, 1817-1878; Bonehill, Bessie, 1855-1902; White, Tom; Barrett, T. W.; Jonghmans Sisters; Tinsley, Tom; Vento, Harry; Lloyd, Daisy
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