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Town Hall. Stratford, 1878

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PressmarkEvan.501
Heading or VenueTown Hall
PlaceLondon, Stratford
TitleA most amusing, extraordinary, and bewildering entertainment. - London Standard, January 12th. 1877. Town Hall, Stratford. Saturday and Monday evenings, January 5th & 7th, 1878. Doors open at 7.30; commence at 8 o'clock. Carriages at 10. Prices of admission - First seats, 1s; body of hall, 6d. Seats and tickets may be secured in advance of Mr. Lyon at the hall, without extra charge. Colonel Cordova's London popular entertainments. Endorsed by the entire Press as being the most mystical, musical, mirthful, and marvellous ever introduced to an audience. Mdlle. Odin from the Conservatoire. Paris, in her extraordinary Sorcelleries or Lights & shades of the spirit world. Introducing all the cabinet performances, and so-called spiritual manifestations … Madlle. Odin will also appear in the marvellous flight, and float her body from the stage to the balcony … Mr. J. Merrington, the extraordinary tenor. Miss Blanche Elliott, the English ballad vocalist, and Miss A. Farquharson, the celebrated cantatrice, in duetts and favourite ballads. Professor Golding, the premier ventriloquist of the world, and humourous mimic … Miss Lily Turner, soloist and accompanist. Special notice!! New years presents. Free gifts. Every purchaser of one shilling admission ticket, will be presented with a new year's gift. 50 elegant & costly presents will also be given away at the conclusion of the performance. For full particulars, see programmes
Size76 x 26 cm.
Date1878
Imprint[London]
NotesPrinted on yellow paper
GenrePoster
SubjectMagic tricks; Singing; Ventriloquism
NamesCordova, Colonel; Odin, Mademoiselle; Merrington, J.; Elliott, Blanche; Farquharson, A.; Golding, Rodney; Turner, Lily
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