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South London Palace, Lambeth. Variety Performance, 1894

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Heading or VenueSouth London Palace
PlaceLondon, Lambeth
TitleSouth London Palace, London Road, S.E. Proprietors - South London Music Hall, Limited. Managing director Mrs. Ellen Poole. The smartest worked programme, and the coolest and best ventilated hall in London. Lighted throughout by electricity. Monday, Sep. 24th, 1894 and every evening. Important engagement of Mr. Leith St. Clair and his illusion, entitled an Ærial flight. This is the only illusion now being exhibited, which is fully open to the inspection of the public; no traps or mirrors being used in its construction. Members of the audience are invited to inspect it to the fullest extent. Enormous success of and last six nights of the new and original military spectacular monologue, entitled: - Duty's Call to Arms, written & composed by Joseph Tabrar, in which will appear the clever actor vocalist Mr. Geo. Leyton … Continued success and last six nights of Miss Fannie Leslie. Brown, Newland & LeClerq in new sketch, entitled: - A dark night before us. First appearance of the up-to-date couple the Roach's (Will & Vinney) fashionable variety artistes and dancers. Sisters Shilden clever duettists. First appearance of the marvellous child burlesque artiste Little Luna. Bros. Wems & Sisters Coyne in a favourite sketch, entitled - Chickweed & Groundsel. The Mozarts (Ernest and George,) The Sakers Alice and Alfred. Rex Harley. Mimic & comedian. Kitty Wager. Charming serio & dancer. Great success of Wal Pink & Co. in the screamingly funny sketch, entitled: - "The colonel." Monday, October 1st, special engagement of the world renowned "Flying Dillons" in their new & sensational leaps & dives. Doors open at 7.30. Saturdays 7. With extra talent. A change every week. Prices from 4d. to £2 2s. Acting manager Mr. C. C. Holmes
Size39 x 14 cm.
Imprint[London] : F. F. W. Oldfield & Co., Printers, Ludgate Square, E.C.
NotesPrinted on green paper
SubjectMusic-halls (Variety-theaters, cabarets, etc.); Vaudeville
NamesPoole, Ellen; St. Clair, Leith; Tabrar, Joseph, 1857-1931; Leyton, George, 1864-1948; Leslie, Fannie; Brown, Newland & LeClerq (Variety artistes); Roach, Will; Roach, Vinney; Sisters Shilden; Little Luna; Brothers Wems; Sisters Coyne; Mozart, Ernest; Mozart, George; Saker, Alice; Saker, Alfred; Harley, Rex; Wager, Kitty; Pink, Wal, 1862-1922; Flying Dillons; Holmes, C. C.
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