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Middlesex Music Hall, Holborn, 1888

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PressmarkEvan.1876
Heading or VenueMiddlesex Music Hall
PlaceLondon, Holborn
TitleMiddlesex Music Hall. … Grand programme, replete with fun and novelty. Monday, October 15th, 1888, and every evening. Special engagement of Professor James Finney champion swimmer of the world, assisted by Mdlle. La Grand. … Dan Leno London's favourite vocal comedian and champion dancer. The Jackley wonders Nathan and Florian, in one of the most remarkable acrobatic feats attempted by human beings, … Grand success of the doctor by Miss Carrie Ellis, Harry Delevanti, T. Hyde, Little Alfred and funny Johnny Hanson. The Queen Louie Gilbert, of song. In their comical Rezene & Robini, speciality. Comic Arthur Corney, vocalist. The three sisters Grosvenor. Genuine O'Connor & Brady, Irish comedians. Serio Pollie Rhodes, comic. Variety Edgar Granville, artist. Negro Sculley & Morrell, comedians. Comic vocalist Tom Callaghan, and dancer. Chairman - Mr. Gus. Leach. A change every week
Size76 x 25.5 cm.
Date1888
Imprint[London] : Pewtress & Co., printers, 28, Little Queen Street, High Holborn, W.C.
IllustrationsWith an illustration of Finney's great tank performance
NotesPrinted on yellow paper
GenrePoster
SubjectSwimming; Comedians; Acrobatics; Singing; Music-halls (Variety-theaters, cabarets, etc.); Vaudeville
NamesFinney, James; Le Grand, Mademoiselle; Leno, Dan, 1860-1904; Jackley, Nathan; Jackley, Florian; Ellis, Carrie; Delevanti, Harry; Hyde, T.; Little Alfred; Hanson, Johnny; Gilbert, Louie; Rezene & Robini (Variety artistes); Corney, Arthur; Sisters Grosvenor; Grosvenor, Annie; Grosvenor, Sara; Grosvenor, Ruth; O'Connor & Brady (Variety artistes); Rhodes, Polly; Granville, Edgar, 1855-1909; Sculley & Morrell; Callaghan, Tom; Leach, Gus.
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