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St James's Hall, Piccadilly. The Two-Headed Nightingale, 1875

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PressmarkEvan.2656
Heading or VenueSt James's Hall
PlaceLondon, Piccadilly
TitleSt James's Great Hall. The wonderful two-headed nightingale "the eighth wonder of the world," she sings beautifully, dances elegantly, talks with two persons on different subjects at the same time, and excites the wonder and admiration of all beholders. Receptions from 2.30 to 5, and from 8 to 10, p.m. doors open half-an-hour previous. Admission - 2s. 6d. & 1s. Box-Office open from 9, a.m.
Size38 x 28 cm.
Date[1875]
Imprint[London] : J. W. Last & Co., printers, Duke-street, Drury-lane, London
IllustrationsWith an illustration of Millie-Christine the two-headed nightingale
NotesDated in MS.: 1875
GenrePoster
SubjectDwarfs; Concerts; Singing; Conjoined Twins
NamesMillie Christine, Miss
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