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Details of playbill for Arthur Lloyd at The Canterbury

Playbill for BONNIE SCOTLAND! OR, THE HIGHLANDER WHO HAD HIS FLING at Canterbury Hall from [s.a.]

Commencement of the Easter season

Creator(s): Holland, W. [owner of premises]; Green, Frank [author]; Connoly & Wilmot uettist [performer]; Wilmot uettist [performer]; Lloyd, Arthur re-appearance in London, engaged at this hall only on the Surrey side [performer]; Butler Miss [dancer] [performer]; Canterbury Hall Corps de Ballet [ballet company] [performer]; Victoria Mdlle [tightrope walker] queen of the lofty wire, First appearance [performer]; Williams, Jesse [composer]; Williams, Jessie musical and managing director [producer or director]; Dale and Caney Messrs. [scenery designer]; Gale Madame [costume designer]; Holt, May Miss [soubrette and burleque actress] daughter of the eminent tragedian Clarence Holt, her first appearance in any concert hall [performer]; Williams, Jessie musical director; Corps de ballet [ballet company] new corps de ballet [performer]; Milburn, J. H. [comedian] dancing comic [performer]; Wood, F. [singer] eminent tenor [performer]; Robie, Clara Miss [serio-comic] [performer]; D'Alalie [strong man] man of steel [performer]; Angela [strong woman] [performer]; Palmer, Kate Miss [serio-comic] [performer];

Playbill held at The John Johnson Collection - Bodleian Library, University of Oxford - 20020717/10:57 :58 l

Type of item: playbill

Associated event(s): Bonnie Scotland! or, The Highlander who had his fling [ballet] written expressly for this entertainment by Frank Green Esq. [author] magnificent Scotch spectacular burlesque ballet by Mr. Jesse Williams [composer]; La folie! [ballet] grand ballet divertissemnt;

Format: paper; single sheet 86.5 x 28.3 cm.

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