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  • Event:

    LITTLE FLIRTATION, A

    ARRAH-NA-POGUE

    NO. 1, ROUND THE CORNER

  • Person:

    author : Williams, Thomas John, Mr., 1824-1874

    actor : Maclean, Mr., fl.1860s

    actor : Forrester, H., Mr.

    actor : Cathcart, R., Mr.

    actor : Barnett, Emma, Miss

    actor : Sanger, Rachel, Miss, fl.1860s-70s

    author : Boucicault, Dion, (Dionysius Lardner), Mr., 1820-1890

    actor : Vining, George James, Mr., 1824-1875

    actor : Neville, G. F., Mr., fl.1860s

    actor : Shore, James G., Mr. fl.1860s-80s

    actor : Maclean, Mr., fl.1860s

    actor : Gresham, W. D., Mr.

    actor : Murray, Dominick, Mr., fl.1860s

    actor : Chapman, Mr., fl.1860s

    actor : Boucicault, Dion, (Dionysius Lardner), Mr., 1820-1890

    actor : Reynolds, Mr.

    actor : Dowling, Mr.

    actor : Tapping, Alfred B., Mr., c.1851-1928 (actor and stage manager)

    actor : Daly, Mr., fl.1860s

    actor : Barry, Mr.

    actor : Boucicault, Agnes, Mrs., 1833-1916 (born Agnes Kelly Robertson, wife of Dion Boucicault)

    actor : Hughes, Miss, fl.1860s-70s

    actor : Burke, Mr., fl.1860s

    composer : Levey, William Charles, Mr., 1837-1894

    set designer : Telbin, W., Mr.

    set designer : Lloyds, F., Mr.

    author : Brough, William, Mr., 1826-1870

    actor : Shore, James G., Mr. fl.1860s-80s

    actor : Forrester, H., Mr.

  • Date: 1867?
  • Brief description: Programme advertising A LITTLE FLIRTATION, ARRAH-NA-POGUE and NO. 1, ROUND THE CORNER at the Royal Princess's Theatre, London, "Monday, November 4th, and during the week". There is no year date on the programme, but internal evidence suggests 1867. A pencilled note in the margin reads "Revived 1867".
  • Identifier: UKC-CALB-ARR-PRG-THEPRS.F190592
  • Theatre:

    Royal Princess's Theatre, Oxford Street & St. Marylebone & London & England

    Princess's Theatre, Oxford Street & St. Marylebone & London & England

  • Subject keyword:

    comedietta

    drama

    farce

Further Details

  • Accession Number: F190592
  • Event:

    LITTLE FLIRTATION, A

    ARRAH-NA-POGUE

    NO. 1, ROUND THE CORNER

  • Associated people:

    author : Williams, Thomas John, Mr., 1824-1874

    actor : Maclean, Mr., fl.1860s

    actor : Forrester, H., Mr.

    actor : Cathcart, R., Mr.

    actor : Barnett, Emma, Miss

    actor : Sanger, Rachel, Miss, fl.1860s-70s

    author : Boucicault, Dion, (Dionysius Lardner), Mr., 1820-1890

    actor : Vining, George James, Mr., 1824-1875

    actor : Neville, G. F., Mr., fl.1860s

    actor : Shore, James G., Mr. fl.1860s-80s

    actor : Maclean, Mr., fl.1860s

    actor : Gresham, W. D., Mr.

    actor : Murray, Dominick, Mr., fl.1860s

    actor : Chapman, Mr., fl.1860s

    actor : Boucicault, Dion, (Dionysius Lardner), Mr., 1820-1890

    actor : Reynolds, Mr.

    actor : Dowling, Mr.

    actor : Tapping, Alfred B., Mr., c.1851-1928 (actor and stage manager)

    actor : Daly, Mr., fl.1860s

    actor : Barry, Mr.

    actor : Boucicault, Agnes, Mrs., 1833-1916 (born Agnes Kelly Robertson, wife of Dion Boucicault)

    actor : Hughes, Miss, fl.1860s-70s

    actor : Burke, Mr., fl.1860s

    composer : Levey, William Charles, Mr., 1837-1894

    set designer : Telbin, W., Mr.

    set designer : Lloyds, F., Mr.

    author : Brough, William, Mr., 1826-1870

    actor : Shore, James G., Mr. fl.1860s-80s

    actor : Forrester, H., Mr.

  • Description level: 4
  • Language: English
  • Material type: theatre programme
  • Identity code: UKC/CALB/ARR/PRG/THE PRS : F190592
  • Location: Special Collections' Store
  • Notes:

    "Engagement of Mr. and Mrs. Dion Boucicault. Programme. A Little Flirtation at 7. Arrah-Na-Pogue, at 7.45. No. I, Round the Corner, at 10.45."

    "The French version of this Drama, Translated by Mr. Boucicault, called Jean La Poste; ou Les Noces Irlandaises, was performed at the Theatre de la Gaiete Paris, for 140 nights, and received by the French Press and public with the same pleasure it aroused in England, and wherever in the world the English language is spoken."

    "The Overture and Music by W. C. Levey. Scenery by Mr. W. Telbin & Mr. F. Lloyds."

    "This programme is perfumed by Eugene Rimmel".

  • Part:

    Boucicault Collection

    Calthrop Boucicault Collection

  • Condition: 2
  • Dimensions: 180 x 120 mm
  • Medium: black ink on paper
  • Date: 1867?
  • Person: manager : Vining, George James, Mr., 1824-1875
  • Theatre:

    Royal Princess's Theatre, Oxford Street & St. Marylebone & London & England

    Princess's Theatre, Oxford Street & St. Marylebone & London & England

  • Repository: Special Collections, University of Kent at Canterbury

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