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South London Palace, Lambeth. Derby Night Entertainment, 1882

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PressmarkEvan.1106
Heading or VenueSouth London Palace
PlaceLondon, Lambeth
TitleSouth London Palace. London Road, near the Elephant and Castle. Proprietor J. J. Poole. Double company. Derby night. Macdermott, top of the tree. Sisters Grosvenor. Three in number. Fascinating and charming. Bessie Bellwood. Chirgwin, the white-eyed musical kaffir. Pat Heffron Irish comedian. Campbell and Peel the comic couple. Lieutenant Cole King of ventriloquists. At this hall only in London. Nelly Estelle fascinating serio comic. Victor Vernon, comic. Zento troupe. Mr. & Mrs. Mark Johnson assisted by Miss Mattie Mitchell, in their performance of "La studio." The Proprietor begs respectfully to announce to the public and his patrons that the greatest number of star artistes ever brought together in this or any other theatre of variety … will have the honor of appearing on Whit Monday, May 29th, and until further notice … Programme of entertainment under the direction of Mr. Harry Ulph, Jun. Open during the holidays at 6-15. Performance at 6-45. Other evenings at 7
Size39 x 13 cm.
Date[1882]
NotesAnother copy at Evan.1113. - With a pencilled MS. inscription: 5.24.82
GenrePoster
SubjectMusic-halls (Variety-theaters, cabarets, etc.); Vaudeville; Ventriloquism
NamesPoole, John Joshua; MacDermott, G. H. (Gilbert Hastings), 1845-1901; Chirgwin, George H., 1854-1922; Bellwood, Bessie, 1847-1896; Cole, Walter; Sisters Grosvenor; Grosvenor, Annie; Grosvenor, Sara; Grosvenor, Ruth
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