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Variety entertainment at the Canterbury Theatre of Varieties, 1890

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PressmarkEvan.1031
Heading or VenueCanterbury Theatre of Varieties
PlaceLondon, Lambeth
TitleCanterbury Theatre of Varieties, managing director - Mr. G. Adney Payne. Grand attractions for the holidays commencing Boxing-day, Dec. 26th. First time of an entirely new Irish sketch, in three tableaux, entitled, The wanderer. Written by G. H. Macdermott. Songs and melodies by Felix McGlennon, in which the popular actor-vocalist, G. H. Macdermott will appear, supported by Mrs. Bennett, Mr. Alfred Harding, and numerous auxiliaries. New and appropriate scenery by Mr. W. T. Hemsley … The two Macs … Miss Lucy Clark … The Tissots … Walter Munroe … William H. Day … The Mannons in their screaming sketch, entitled, Uncle Yank. Doors open Friday, Saturday, & Monday, Dec. 26th, 27th, & 29th, at 6 o'clock, commencing at 6-30; other evenings doors open at 7 o'clock, commencing at 7-40. Manager Mr. J. Arthur Tressidder
Size39 x 13 cm.
Date[1890]
Imprint[Birmingham] : James Upton, Printer, cambridge Street, Birmingham
NotesDated in MS.: 1890. - Printed in blue and red ink
GenrePoster
SubjectMusic-halls (Variety-theaters, cabarets, etc.); Vaudeville; Popular music
NamesPayne, George Adney; MacDermott, G. H. (Gilbert Hastings), 1845-1901; McGlennon, Felix, 1856-1943; Bennett, Mrs.; Harding, Alfred; Hemsley, W. T.; Two Macs (Variety artistes); Clark, Lucy; Tissots (Variety artistes); Munroe, Walter; Day, William H.; Mannon Troupe (Variety artistes); Tressidder, J. Arthur
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