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St. James's Hall, Piccadilly. The Moore & Burgess Minstrels, 1892

 


PressmarkEvan.9
Heading or VenueSt James's Hall
PlaceLondon, Piccadilly
TitleSt. James's Hall, Piccadilly. Moore & Burgess. Programme. In the annexed list the latest trains only are given. On nearly all the lines there are trains between 10.30 and midnight … [On the inside] Twenty-seventh year of the company's season at St. James's Hall. Programme for this afternoon Monday, June 12th, 1892. Bones:- Messrs. Pete Dwight, W. Stephens, R. Hennis and G. W. Moore …Tambourines:- Messrs. J. W. Morton, T. Birchmoore … Overture - by the orchestra of the Moore and Burgess minstrels. Bass song "Down by the Riverside" - - Mr. John Dornan. Baritone Song - "Little fisher maiden" - Mr. Paul Gaulois. Comic song … Mr. Tom Birchmore. Ballad … Mr. Herbert Douglas. Ballad … Master Hicks …Ballad … Mr Ralph Hunt. Old Comic Song … Mr John Morton. Ballad … Mr. Mark Warrington. Baritone Song … Mr. Edgar Wilson. Ballad … Mr. Clement Stewart … Bass song … Mr. T. Simmons. Ballad … Mr. G. Morton … Musical monologue - By Mr. Eddie Quinn. Ballad Tyroleon - Harry C. Dietz…Banjo Solo - Mr. Pete Dwight. A Stump Speech by Mr. Tom Birchmoore. The Latest Sensation … Grand International Clog Dance … Harp Solo - Mr. John Richards … The Moore & Burgess Minstrels enjoy the distinction of being legitimately classified as The oldest established and most successful entertainment in the world! …
Size25 cm.
Date1892
Imprint[London]
NotesA folded sheet. - With details of the latest trains from London on p.[1] and a list of the titles of the songs contained in the Moore & Burgess musical albums, issues 1,2, 4-16, on p.[4]
GenreTheatre programme
SubjectMusic-halls (Variety-theaters, cabarets, etc.); Vaudeville
NamesMoore and Burgess Minstrels; Dwight, Pete; Stephens, W.; Hennis, R.; Moore, G. W., 1820-1909; Morton, J. W.; Birchmoore, Tom
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