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Theatre Royal playbills

Theatre Royal playbills

Descriptive Summary

Title: Theatre Royal playbills
Creator: Drury Lane Theatre
Creator: Covent Garden Theatre
Inclusive Dates: 1796-1834
Language(s): English
Extent: 1 folder(s)
Collection Number: ms4219
Repository: Hargrett Library

Collection Description

Scope and Content

This collection contains 13 broadside playbills from Theatre Royal, Drury-Lane and Covent-Garden advertising a variety of dramas, operas, comedies, and other performances from 1796 through 1834.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Theatre Royal playbills, ms4219, Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, The University of Georgia Libraries.

Related Materials and Subjects

Subject Terms

Actors -- England.
Broadsides (notices)
Playbills -- England.
Theater -- England.

Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

11Theatre Royal, Drury-Lane - Plain Dealer, Harlequin Captive; or, the Magick Fire, 1796 March 1
11Theatre Royal, Drury-Lane - King Richard the Third, Intrigue, The Purse; or, the Benevolent Tar, 1814 May 10
11Theatre Royal, Drury-Lane - King Richard the Third, Valley of the Diamonds; or, Harlequin Sinbad, 1815 February 6
11Theatre Royal, Drury-Lane - Town and Country, Woodman's Hut, Indian Nuptials, 1815 February 18
11Theatre Royal, Covent-Garden - Coriolanus, Comus, 1817 April 26
11Theatre Royal, Drury-Lane - MacBeth, The Innkeeper's Daughter, 1817 April 29
11Theatre Royal, Drury-Lane - Jew of Malta, Mountain Chief, 1818 May 2
11Theatre Royal, Drury-Lane - Bertram; or, The Castle of St. Aldobrand, Blackmoor's Head, Jew of Malta, 1818 May 16
11Theatre Royal, Drury-Lane - For the benefit of Mr. Powell, Mrs. Sontley, and Miss B. Menage - Pizarro, The Scotch Ghost; or, Little Fanny's Love - Theatre Royal, Covent-Garden - Paul and Virginia, A Dissertation on Hobby Horses, 1818 June 2
11Theatre Royal, Covent-Garden - King Henry the Fourth, The Spirits of the Moon; or, The Inundation of the Nile, 1824 May 10
11Theatre Royal, Drury-Lane - The Jenkinses, Timour the Tartar, 1831 May 24
11Theatre Royal, Drury-Lane - St. George and the Dragon, Wedding Gown, Petticoat Government - bifold, 1834 January 25
11Theatre Royal, Drury-Lane - Richard III, Anster Fair; or, Michael Scott, the Wizard!, Minister and the Mercer, Sardanapalus - bifold, 1834 March 31