Reference number5332
TitleHuntingdon Theatre Playbills
DescriptionPlaybill for the melodrama 'The Tale of Mystery' followed by 'The Turnpick-Gate' and 'Lock and Key' 6-14 August 1804; playbill for a new play 'Wife of two Husbands' as now performing at the Theatre-Royal, Drury Lane followed by the new farce 'The Counterfeit' and by desire of the Earl of Sandwich 'Much ado about Nothing' by William Shakespeare and 'Raising the Wind', Huntingdon 11-18 August 1804, printed by Jenkinson; playbill for 'Love in a Village' with Miss Fanny Ayton who will sing Airs including 'Whence can you impart', 'My heart's my own', Gentle Youth', followed by A Country Dance by characters to which will be added 'Charles XII or The Siege of Stralsund' also featuring Fanny Ayton who will sing 'Rise Gentle Moon' and 'Love was once a Little Boy', 10 August 1830 printed by Wood, Huntingdon; playbill for Mr Kean in 'Richard the Third or the Battle of Bosworth Field' to conclude with 'Twould Puzzle a Conjuror', 30 August - 1 September 1830, printed by Lovell and son.
Date1804, 1830
CreatorNameMiscellaneous Theatre Companies
RepositoryHuntingdonshire Archives

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