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Variety entertainment at the Canterbury Theatre of Varieties, 1893

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Heading or VenueCanterbury Theatre of Varieties
PlaceLondon, Lambeth
TitleCanterbury Theatre of Varieties, Westminster Bridge Road. Proprietors - The Canterbury & Paragon, Limited. Managing director - Mr. G. Adney Payne. Manager - Mr. Harry Lundy. A testimonial benefit matinee will be given to Mr. J. A. Tressidder (he having been ordered a voyage to Australia by his doctor), to-day at 1.30. Mr. G. Adney Payne having kindly given the hall for the occasion … The following artistes will appear - Dan Leno. Herbert Campbell, Little Tich … [and 30 others] Mr. Charles Godfrey will appear in his original character, in the sensational dramatic sketch, entitled - "The night alarm." … Marie Lloyd, Cissy Loftus … [and 17 others] Sisters Preston, Sisters Chester, Sisters Treherne, Sisters Jonghmans, Three Sisters Don, Sisters Leontine. The Selbinis, The Fletchers, The Craggs … [and 24 others] Stage manager Adolphe Tressidder. Doors open 1.30. Commence at 2. Prices from 6d. to £5 5s
Size52 x 13 cm.
Imprint[London] : Wilkes & Co., Printers, 88, Walworth Road, S.E.
NotesDated in MS.: Sept. 11. 93. - Another copy at Evan.1125
SubjectMusic-halls (Variety-theaters, cabarets, etc.); Vaudeville; Benefit performances
NamesPayne, George Adney; Lundy, Harry; Leno, Dan, 1860-1904; Campbell, Herbert Edward, 1844-1904; Little Tich, 1867-1928; Godfrey, Charles, 1851-1900; Tressidder, Adolph; Lloyd, Marie, 1870-1922; Loftus, Cissy; Sisters Preston; Sisters Chester; Sisters Treherne; Sisters Jonghmans; Three Sisters Don; Sisters Leontine; Selbinis (Variety artistes); Fletchers (Variety artistes); Craggs (Acrobats); Blanche, Ada, 1863-1953
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