Most assuredly for this night only…

Playbill

  • Title: Most assuredly for this night only. By desire of several Ladies and Gentlemen. Paul Pry again!!! Who will for the last time just drop in … : Theatre, Thames-Ditton. On Friday evening, the 20th of October, 1826, will be performed (positively the last time in this theatre) the favorite comedy of Paul Pry …
  • Publication: [London] : William Lindsey, printer, (Newspaper-Office) Thames-Street, Kingston, [1826]

Catalog Record

File 767 P69B T366 1826

Acquired February 2021

Theatre, Wolverhampton. On Monday evening, March the 3d, 1828

description below

Playbill

 

  • Title: Theatre, Wolverhampton. On Monday evening, March the 3d, 1828, will be acted George Barnwell … to conclude with the grand musical romance of Blue Beard or, Female Curiosity … the splendid entrance of Blue Beard, borne on the back of a grand majestic elephant, whose mechanical construction exhibits to the astonished spectator every movement of the real animal when alive …
  • Production: Wolverhampton : J. Smart, [1828]

Catalog Record

File 767 P69B W869 1828

Acquired August 2020

New Theatre Royal, Covent-Garden

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A playbill

 

  • Title: New Theatre RoyalCoventGarden, this present Saturday, May 261810, will be acted Shakspeare’s historical play of King Henry the Eighth … : Cardinal Wolsey, Mr. Kemble … Cromwell, Mr. C. Kemble … Katharine, Queen of England, Mrs. Siddons … ; to which will be added (first time this season) the musical entertainment of The escapes; or, The water carrier …
  • Production: [London] : E. Macleish, printer, [1810]

Catalog Record

File 767 P69B C838 1810 5/26

Acquired November 2020

Theatre Royal, Jersey

description below

A playbill printed on silk.

 

  • Title: Theatre Royal, Jersey. By desire of Lt. Col. Blommart, and officers of the 62nd Regiment (Springers), on Wednesday, December 27th, 1809, will be performed the comedy of A cure for the [heart] ache … : End of the play, a comic song by Mr. C. Curtis. To conclude with the farce of We fly by night! or, Long stories … Places to be had of Mrs. Shatford, at Mrs. Viels …
  • Production: Jersey : Stead, Army Printer, 1809.

Catalog Record

File 767 P69B J55 1809 12/27+

Acquired June 2020

In the Free-Mason’s Lodge room

  • Title: In the Free-Mason’s Lodge room, at Mr. Cumming’s, Nag’s Head, Silver Street. Mr. Adcock respectfully solicits the patronage of the ladies, gentlemen, and public in general, on Monday evening December 14th, 1812 … will be performed … The Travellers; or Hit or miss. Consisting of recitations, singing and dancing. By Mr. Master and Miss Adcock, from the Theatre-Royal Newcastle. Part I> Excordium … PArt II. A lecture upon hearts (with appropriate paintings) … Part III. The barber’s petition … Tickets to be had of Mr. Davison, printer.
  • Publication: Alnwick [England] : Davison, printer, [1812]

Catalog Record 

File 767 P68B Al452 1812 12/14+

Acquired June 2019

Theatre, Felton. On Wednesday evening

  • Title: Theatre, Felton. On Wednesday evening, August 29th, will be acted the petite comedy of the Young widow ;b end o fthe play, a number of songs. To conclude with the farce of Cramond Brig.
  • Publication: Alnwick [England] : Davison, printer, [183-?]

Catalog Record 

File 767 P68B Al452 183- 08/29

Acquired June 2019

By desire and under the immediate patronage of Col. Judgson

  • Title: By desire and under the immediate patronage of Col. Judgson. On Friday evening, July 20th, 1832, will be presented the fashionable comedy of Charles the Second; or, The merry monarch … To which will be added … The Irish Tutor; or, The new lights … The whole to conclude with a truly laughable farce called The illustrious stranger, or, Married and buried … : Mr. W. Palmer will feel obliged to those shopkeepers who will show the bills to be seen in their windows.
  • Publication: Alnwick [England] : Davison, printer, [1832]

Catalog Record

File 767 P68B Al452 1832 07/20

Acquired June 2019

 

Never acted here

  • Title: Never acted here. Theatre, Whittingham-Lane, on Friday evening, August 24th, will be presented the much admired tragedy of Percy, Earl of Northumberland … End of the play, the following enterments: two entire new comic songs, by Mr. Rutherford. A new comic song by Mr. Lamb, a new comic song & the cottagers hornpipe by Mr. Rutherford … To which will be added the much admired laughable farce of the Village Lawyer … Tickets to be had of Mr. Rutherford.
  • Publication: Alnwick [England] : Davison, printer, [1810?]

Catalog Record 

File 767 P68B Al452 1810 08/24

Acquired June 2019

For the benefit of Mr. Clarke, at the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden

  • Author: Covent Garden Theatre.
  • Title: For the benefit of Mr. Clarke, at the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden, on Thursday next, being the 29th of April, will be reviv’d a tragedy, call’d Alzira. : Zamor by Mr. Clarke, … Alvarez by Mr. Sparks, Carlos by Mr. Dyer … To which will be added a farce (not acted these ten years) called Duke and no Duke. …
  • Publication: [London] : [The Theatre], [1756]

Catalog Record 

File 767 P69B C838 1756 4/29

Acquired June 2019

 

Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden, this present Thursday

  • Author: Covent Garden Theatre.
  • Title: Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden, this present Thursday, being the 24th of April, will be presented a comedy, call’d Love for love : Valentine by Mr. Smith … To which will be added a burlesque opera, call’d The dragon of Wantley. The part of Moore of Moore-hall by Mr. Lowe …
  • Publication: [London] : [The Theatre], [1755]

Catalog Record 

File 767 P69B C838 1755 4/24

Acquired June 2019