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  • Event:

    WOMAN AND HER MASTER

    BATTLE OF AGINCOURT, THE

    COURIER OF LYONS, THE

    MACBETH

    HONEYMOON, THE

  • Person:

    author : unknown

    actor : Silver, Mr.

    actor : Duff, Mr.

    actor : Bennett, Fanny, Miss

    dancer : Fife, C, Miss

    dancer : Woodyer, Miss

    author : unknown

    actor : Melville, George, Mr., 1824-1898 (actor, theatre proprietor, real name George Robbins)

    dancer : Fife, Miss

    dancer : Woodyer, Miss

    dancer : Adams, Miss

    author : unknown

    actor : Warde, Mr.

    actor : Glover, Edmund, jnr., Mr.

    actor : Young, Fanny, Miss

    singer : Rouse, J, Mr.

    actor : Melville, George, Mr., 1824-1898 (actor, theatre proprietor, real name George Robbins)

    actor : Chute, John, Mr.

    actor : Reeve, W., Mr.

    dancer : Fife, C., Miss

    dancer : Woodyer, Miss

    dancer : Adams, B., Miss

    author : Tobin, John, Mr., 1770-1804

    actor : Melville, George, Mr., 1824-1898 (actor, theatre proprietor, real name George Robbins)

    actor : Chute, John, Mr.

    actor : Reeve, W., Mr.

  • Date: 1854
  • Brief description: Photocopy of a playbill advertising WOMAN & HER MASTER, BATTLE OF AGINCOURT on Thursday December 14 and, on Friday December 15 for the benefit of Mr. G. Melville, THE COURIER OF LYONS
  • Identifier: UKC-POS-BRSROY.0600164
  • Theatre: Theatre Royal, King Street & Bristol & Gloucestershire & England
  • Subject keyword:

    drama

    ballet

    historical drama

    ballet

    drama

    musical interlude

    tragedy

    ballet

    comedy

Further Details

  • Accession Number: 0600164
  • Event:

    WOMAN AND HER MASTER

    BATTLE OF AGINCOURT, THE

    COURIER OF LYONS, THE

    MACBETH

    HONEYMOON, THE

  • Content note:

    "An original prologue and an epilogue (written by G.F. Powell) will be spoken before and after the Drama, by Mr. C.R. Warde, in the character of 'Time, the only true historian'"

    this ballet concludes the programme for Thursday, Dec 14

    "For benefit of Mr. G. Melville and last night of his present engagement"

    This comedy concludes the programme on "Friday evening, Dec. 15"

  • Organisation: dance company : corps de ballet
  • Associated people:

    author : unknown

    actor : Silver, Mr.

    actor : Duff, Mr.

    actor : Bennett, Fanny, Miss

    dancer : Fife, C, Miss

    dancer : Woodyer, Miss

    author : unknown

    actor : Melville, George, Mr., 1824-1898 (actor, theatre proprietor, real name George Robbins)

    dancer : Fife, Miss

    dancer : Woodyer, Miss

    dancer : Adams, Miss

    author : unknown

    actor : Warde, Mr.

    actor : Glover, Edmund, jnr., Mr.

    actor : Young, Fanny, Miss

    singer : Rouse, J, Mr.

    actor : Melville, George, Mr., 1824-1898 (actor, theatre proprietor, real name George Robbins)

    actor : Chute, John, Mr.

    actor : Reeve, W., Mr.

    dancer : Fife, C., Miss

    dancer : Woodyer, Miss

    dancer : Adams, B., Miss

    author : Tobin, John, Mr., 1770-1804

    actor : Melville, George, Mr., 1824-1898 (actor, theatre proprietor, real name George Robbins)

    actor : Chute, John, Mr.

    actor : Reeve, W., Mr.

  • Description level: 4
  • Language: English
  • Material type: playbill
  • Identity code: UKC/POS/BRS ROY : 0600164
  • Notes: Contains a handwritten note providing a date of production, "1854". Handwriting is unidentified. Playbill advertises "Last week of performing before Christmas. Last night of the BATTLE OF AGINCOURT. Last night of WOMAN AND HER MASTER"
  • Part: Melville Collection
  • Condition: good
  • Dimensions: 240 x 360 mm
  • Medium: photocopy on two pages
  • Date: 1854
  • Person: manager : Chute, James Henry, Mr.
  • Theatre: Theatre Royal, King Street & Bristol & Gloucestershire & England
  • Repository: Special Collections, University of Kent at Canterbury

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