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Canterbury Theatre of Varieties, Lambeth. The Cragg Family, 1890

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Heading or VenueCanterbury Theatre of Varieties
PlaceLondon, Lambeth
TitleCanterbury Theatre of Varieties, Westminster Bridge Road. Proprietors - The Canterbury and Paragon, Limited. Managing director - Mr. G. Adney Payne. Tremendous success of the present company. Tuesday, June 24th, 1890. Last four nights of the Cragg family prior to their departure for America. J. W. Rowley, Miss Lydia Yeamans, Herbert Campbell … A new eccentric pantomimical absurdity, entitled A look in. Introducing the famous Albert and Edmunds Troupe. Monday, July 21st, 1890, special engagement for 12 nights only, of Paul Martinetti and Troupe previous to their departure for a tour through the United States, they will appear in their celebrated pantomime, entitled A duel in the snow. Twelve nights only. Doors open 7.30. Side door 7.15. Commence 7.35. Saturdays 6.30. No side door. Extra talent every Saturday. Prices 6d. To £2 2s. Manager - Mr. J. Arthur Tressidder
Size38 x 13 cm.
Imprint[London] : Geo. Stevens, Printer, 25a, Commercial Road, E.
NotesPrinted in yellow, red and black ink
SubjectMusic-halls (Variety-theaters, cabarets, etc.); Acrobats; Vaudeville; Popular music
NamesPayne, George Adney; Craggs (Acrobats); Rowley, J. W.; Titus, Lydia Yeamans, 1866?-1929; Campbell, Herbert Edward, 1844-1904; Albert & Edmonds Troupe; Martinetti, Paul, d. 1924; Tressidder, J. Arthur
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