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Variety entertainment at the Canterbury Theatre of Varieties, c. 1888

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Heading or VenueCanterbury Theatre of Varieties
PlaceLondon, Lambeth
TitleCanterbury Theatre of Varieties ... Bank Holiday, Monday, Aug. 6th, & every evening. An entirely new and original sketch, by Elsie Phyllis's Company including the inimitable comedian, Mr. Harry White, entitled, the Bewitched curate written by Charles Wilmott, Esq. Music by Elsie Phyllis. The Surrey side favourite comedian and champion clog dancer of the world, Dan Leno. The charming Sisters Leamar. The great Johnson Troupe acrobatic globe performers. … "Chickweed & Groundsell," written by A. Maynard, introducing the Sisters Coyne & the twin Bros. Wems. Henderson & Stanley, black and white quartette. Instrumentalists, vocalists, and dancers. Brothers Horne … Fish & Ralston Mr. F. G. Fish, 6ft. 2in. In height. Mr. R. C. Ralston, 3ft. 1in. In height. The celebrated anglo-continental artistes, the Julien Quartette, … Rezene & Robini … Sam Redfern, … Little Flossie, (only 7 years old.) Just arrived from America. … Sweeney & Ryland, American speciality artistes. Special engagement of the renowned Kate Paradise and her troupe of lady dancers, … Miss Emily Oliver serio-comic. …
Size38 x 12.5 cm.
Imprint[Birmingham] : James Upton, printer, Cambridge Street, Birmingham
NotesAnother copy at Evan.557. - Printed on orange paper
SubjectMusic-halls (Variety-theaters, cabarets, etc.); Vaudeville
NamesWhite, Harry; Phyllis, Elsie; Leno, Dan, 1860-1904; Sisters Leamar; Johnson Troupe; Sisters Coyne; Brothers Wems; Henderson & Stanley Quartette; Brothers Horne; Fish & Ralston (Variety artistes); Fish, F. G.; Ralston, R. C.; Julien Quartette; Rezene & Robini (Variety artistes); Redfern, Sam, 1851-1915; Little Flossie; Sweeney & Ryland (Comedians); Paradise, Kate; Kate Paradise's Troupe; Oliver, Emily
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