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  • Event:

    ROSE OF AUVERGNE OR SPOILING THE BROTH, THE

    RED-RIDING HOOD AND HER SISTER LITTLE BO-PEEP

  • Person:

    composer : Offenbach, Jacques, Monsieur, 1819-1880

    librettist : Farnie, H B, Mr.

    singer : Cole, Emmeline, Miss

    singer : Heywood, Charles, Mr.

    singer : Marler, George, Mr.

    author : unknown

    actor : Groves, Nelly, Little

    actor : Solomons, Miss

    actor : Elmore, J, Mr.

    actor : Paulo, Mr.

  • Date: 1873
  • Brief description: Theatre programme advertising THE ROSE OF AUVERGNE OR SPOILING THE BROTH and RED-RIDING HOOD AND HER SISTER LITTLE BO-PEEP on "Friday, December 26th, 1873, and every evening"
  • Identifier: UKC-MEL-PRG-LDNCVT.0600590
  • Theatre: Theatre Royal, Covent Garden, Bow Street & Westminster & London & England
  • Subject keyword:

    operetta

    pantomime

Further Details

  • Accession Number: 0600590
  • Event:

    ROSE OF AUVERGNE OR SPOILING THE BROTH, THE

    RED-RIDING HOOD AND HER SISTER LITTLE BO-PEEP

  • Content note: Described as a "Pastoral pantomime"
  • Associated people:

    composer : Offenbach, Jacques, Monsieur, 1819-1880

    librettist : Farnie, H B, Mr.

    singer : Cole, Emmeline, Miss

    singer : Heywood, Charles, Mr.

    singer : Marler, George, Mr.

    author : unknown

    actor : Groves, Nelly, Little

    actor : Solomons, Miss

    actor : Elmore, J, Mr.

    actor : Paulo, Mr.

  • Description level: 4
  • Language: English
  • Material type: programme
  • Identity code: UKC/MEL/PRG/LDN CVT : 0600590
  • Part: Melville Collection
  • Condition: 2
  • Dimensions: 260 x 200 mm
  • Medium: black ink on paper
  • Date: 1873
  • Person: manager : Rice, Charles, Mr.
  • Theatre: Theatre Royal, Covent Garden, Bow Street & Westminster & London & England
  • Repository: Special Collections, University of Kent at Canterbury

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