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Nine Early Programmes for the Tivoli Theatre on the Strand, London

A Programme for the Tivoli Theatre on the Strand, London for May the 28th 1892 - Generously donated by the late John Moffatt.

A Programme for the Tivoli Theatre on the Strand, London for May the 28th 1892 - Generously donated by the late John Moffatt.

Above - A Programme for the Tivoli Theatre on the Strand, London for May the 28th 1892 - Generously donated by the late John Moffatt. Charles Morton was the acting Manager for this production. On the Bill after the Overture were Edwin Boyde, Comedian; Katie Laurence; Tom Costello, Comedian; Ida Heath, Transformation Dancer; G. W. Hunter, Comedian; Florence Levey, Serio-Comic and Dancer; Walter Stanton, Unique Mimic and Comedian; Kate James, Comedienne; Bros. Griffiths, Grotesques; Millie Hylton, Serio-Comic; F. H. Celli, Operatic Vocalist; Fanny Leslie, Burlesque Actress; Harry Pleon, Comedian; Alma Stanley, Burlesque Actress; Albert Chevalier, Comedian; Ada Lundberg, Comedienne; Sam Redfern, Negro Comedian; Ada Reeve; Harry Freeman, Comedian; and The Zanettos. Acting Manager MR. CHARLES MORTON; Stage Manager MR. VERNON DOWSETT; Musical Director MR. ANOELO A. ASHER.

A Programme for the Tivoli Theatre on the Strand, London for December the 30th 1893 - Generously donated by the late John Moffatt.

A Programme for the Tivoli Theatre on the Strand, London for December the 30th 1893 - Generously donated by the late John Moffatt.

Above - A Programme for the Tivoli Theatre on the Strand, London for December the 30th 1893 - Generously donated by the late John Moffatt. Interestingly although the Manager was now Vernon Dowsett, rather than change the programme design they have merely crossed out Charles Morton's name. On the Bill after the Overture with the "Tivoli Revels" and Angelo Asher were Little Chip, Comedian; Flo Gallimore, Comedienne; G- W. Kenway, mimic; Bros. Horn, Boxing Sketch; Jenny Valmore, serio-comic; Dutch Daly, Comedian; Ada Lundberg, Comedienne; Harry Atkinson, The Australian Orpheus; Marie Le Blanc, Comedienne, The Three Delevines In their Satanic Gambols; Minnie Cunningham, Serio & Dancer; G. W. Hunter, Comedian; Howard Reynolds, Cornet Soloist; "Mahomet" The educated Talking and Thought-Reading Horse; Tom White's Arabs; Kate James, Comedienne; F. H. Celli, Baritone Vocalist; Nellie Navette, Serio-Comic & Dancer; Sam Redfern The Black Philosopher; The Kellinos In their Risley Act; and Evans and Luxmore, Musical Eccentrics. Manager Mr. VERNON DOWSETT; Musical Director AMMO A. ASHER.

A Programme for the Tivoli Theatre on the Strand, London for January the 27th 1894 - Generously donated by the late John Moffatt.

A Programme for the Tivoli Theatre on the Strand, London for January the 27th 1894 - Generously donated by the late John Moffatt.

Above - A Programme for the Tivoli Theatre on the Strand, London for January the 27th 1894 - Generously donated by the late John Moffatt. Interestingly although the Manager was now Vernon Dowsett, rather than change the programme design they have merely crossed out Charles Morton's name. On the Bill after the Overture "Processional March" with Scotson Clark were Little Chip, Comedian; Flo Gallimore, Comedienne; G. W. Kenway, Mimic; Bros. Horn Boxing Sketch; Jenny Valmore, Serio-Comic; Dutch Daly, Comedian; Marie Collins, Comedienne; Sam Redfern The Black Philosopher; Ada Lundberg, Comedienne; F. H. Celli, Baritone Vocalist; The Two Rossows, Wonderful Midget Athletes; Harry Atkinson, The Australian Orpheus; The Three Delevines In their Satanic Gambols; Marie Le Blanc, Comedienne; G. W. Hunter, Comedian; Minnie Cunningham, Serio & Dancer Tom White's Arabs; Kate James, Comedienne; Howard Reynolds, Cornet Soloist; Nellie Navette, Serio-Comic& Dancer; The Kellinos In their Risley Act; and Evans and Luxmore, Musical Eccentrics. Manager Mr. VERNON DOWSITT; Musical Director Mr. ANGELO A. ASHER.

A Programme for the Tivoli Theatre on the Strand, London for March the 16th 1895 - Generously donated by the late John Moffatt.

A Programme for the Tivoli Theatre on the Strand, London for March the 16th 1895 - Generously donated by the late John Moffatt.

Above - A Programme for the Tivoli Theatre on the Strand, London for March the 16th 1895 - Generously donated by the late John Moffatt. Vernon Dowsett now has his name printed correctly on the programme. On the Bill after the Overture "Hydropaten Valse" Gung'l were Miss Flo. Gallimore, Serio- Comic; The Tiny Sisters Webster, Duettists and Dancers; Mr. Tom Leamore, Comedian; The Bros. Horn; Miss Jenny Valmore, Serio-Comic; Miss Ida Heath, Transformation Dancer; Mr. Harry Atkinson The Australian Orphet; Lieut. Walter Cole, Ventriloquist; Mr. Sam Redfern, Negro Comedian; Miss Winifred Johnson, Comedienne; Mr. Arthur Lennard, Comedian; Miss Marie Collins, Comedienne; Mr. Charles Godfrey, Comedian; Miss Lilian Alexander, Ballad Vocalist; Lotto, Lilo and Otto, Bicyclists; Miss Bessie Bellwood, Comedienne; The Marvellous Craggs; Miss Marie Lloyd, Comedienne; Mr. G. W. Hunter, Comedian; Miss Minnie Cunningham, Serio and Daner; The Egyptian Giant, Hassan Ali, The Tallest Man in the World; The Zanettos; Miss Kate James, Comedienne; Mr. R. G. Knowles, Comedian; Miss Nellie Navette, Serio and Dancer; and Evans and Luxmore, Musical Eccentrics. Manager VERNON DOWSETT; Musical Director Mr. ANGELO A. ASHER.

A Programme for the Tivoli Theatre on the Strand, London for November the 2nd 1895 - Generously donated by the late John Moffatt.

A Programme for the Tivoli Theatre on the Strand, London for November the 2nd 1895 - Generously donated by the late John Moffatt.

Above - A Programme for the Tivoli Theatre on the Strand, London for November the 2nd 1895 - Generously donated by the late John Moffatt. On the Bill after the Overture "Chyrnette" with Angelo Asher were Miss Flo Hastings, Serio-Comic; Messrs. Brown, Newland & Le Clerq, Negro Artistes; Mr. Alf. Chester, Comedian; Miss Rose Dearing, Comedienne; The Ottaways; Miss Ida Rene, Serio-Comic; Mr. George Robey, Comedian; Miss Fanny Wright, Serio-Comic; Mr. Leonard Barry, Comedian; Miss Harriett Vernon, Burlesque Artiste; Mr. Harry Freeman, Comedian; Mr. Harry Tate, The King of Mimics; Miss Julie Mackey, American Contralto; Mr. James Fawn, Comedian; Miss Sybil Arundale, Vocalist and Dancer; Miss Ada Blanche, Burlesque Artiste; Mr. Leo Stormont, Baritone; Miss Ethel Earle, Burlesque Artiste; The Kellino Troupe In their Great Risley Act; Miss Lucy Clarke, Ballad Vocalist; Miss Marie Lloyd. Comedienne; Mr. Fred Storey, Comedian; Miss Lily Harold, Burlesque Artiste; Miss Bessie Wentworth, Comedienne; Mr. Gus Elen, Comedian; The Brothers Griffiths; and Miss Lottie Walton, Sirio-Comic. Manager VERNON DOWSETT; Musical Director Mr. ANGELO A. ASHER.

A Programme for the Tivoli Theatre on the Strand, London for November the 14th 1896 - Generously donated by the late John Moffatt.

A Programme for the Tivoli Theatre on the Strand, London for November the 14th 1896 - Generously donated by the late John Moffatt.

Above - A Programme for the Tivoli Theatre on the Strand, London for November the 14th 1896 - Generously donated by the late John Moffatt. On the Bill after the Overture "Light Cavalry" Suppe were Miss Hilda Scott; Walton & Lester, The World's Worst Wizards; Mr. W. P. Dempsey, Comedian; Lady Mansell, Comedienne; Mr. Michael Nolan, Comedian; Miss Marie Wilton, Serio and Dancer; Mr. Chas Mildare, Whistler; Mr. George Mozart; O'Brien & Redding; Miss Bessie Wentworth, Comedienne; Mr. George Robey, Comedian; Miss Marie Lloyd, Comedienne; Mr. Leo Stormont, Baritone; Mr. George Beauchamp, Comedian; Miss Vesta Victoria, Serio and Dancer; The Great Avolos, Bar Performers; Miss Godwynne Earle, Comedienne; Mr. Will Evans, Musical Eccentric; Miss Maggie Duggan, Burlesque Artiste; The Rixfords, Acrobats; Miss Harriett Vernon, Burlesque Artiste; The Harvey Boys In their Boxing Sketch; Mr. Eugene Stratton, Comedian; Miss Marie Tyler, Comedienne; and Mr. Chas. Pastor, Comedian. Manager Mr. VERNON DOWSETT; Acting Manager Mr ERNEST ABBOTT; Musical Director Mr. ANGELO A. ASHER.

A Programme for the Tivoli Theatre on the Strand, London for January the 30th 1897 - Generously donated by the late John Moffatt.

A Programme for the Tivoli Theatre on the Strand, London for January the 30th 1897 - Generously donated by the late John Moffatt.

Above - A Programme for the Tivoli Theatre on the Strand, London for January the 30th 1897 - Generously donated by the late John Moffatt. On the Bill after the Overture "Maritana" Wallace were Miss Ada Lundberg, Comedienne; Mr. Albert Christian, Baritone; Miss Jenny Lynn, Comedienne; Mr. Bransby Williams, Actor Mimic; Miss Marie Ray, Serio Comic and Dancer; Athas & Collins, Duettists; Mr. James Norrie, Tenor Vocalist; Miss Lily Burnand, Burlesque Artiste; The Karno Combination In their Original Pantomime, entitled "Hilarity"; Miss Katie Lawrence, Comedienne; Mr. Alec Hurley, Comedian; Miss Marie Collins, Comedienne; Mr. Arthur Lennard, Character Comedian; Miss Lilian Alexander, Ballad Vocalist; M. Ugo Biondi"The One Man Italian Opera"; The Zanettos, Jugglers; Rosario & Rafael, Unique Classical Entertainers; Mr. T. E. Dunville, Comedian; Prof. Fred H. Leslie's Marvellous Leaping Greyhounds; The Three Sisters Hawthorne, Duettists & Dancers; Mr. Fred Earle, Comedian; and Joe Elvin & Company In Screaming Farcical Absurdity, entitled "The Bookie". Manager Mr. VERNON DOWSETT; Musical Director Mr. ANGELO A. ASHER.

A Programme for the Tivoli Theatre on the Strand, London for February the 19th 1898 - Generously donated by the late John Moffatt.

A Programme for the Tivoli Theatre on the Strand, London for February the 19th 1898 - Generously donated by the late John Moffatt.

Above - A Programme for the Tivoli Theatre on the Strand, London for February the 19th 1898 - Generously donated by the late John Moffatt. On the Bill after the Overture "Pique Dame" Suppe were Miss Rittee Rayburn, Serio Comic; Mr. Walter Stockwell, Comedian; Harvey Boys, in their Boxing Act; Mr. Leo Stormont, Baritone; Eight Eldorado Girls, Troupe of Dancers; Mdlle. May Belfort, Chanteuse de Genre; Mr. James Norrie, Tenor Vocalist; Mr. Harry Tate, Mimic; Miss Fannie Leslie, Burlesque Actress; Mr. Harry Freeman, Comedian; The Frantz Family, Lady and Gentlemen Acrobats; Dutch Daly, Comedian; Sisters Roma, Continental Characteristic Dancers; Mr. Chas. Godfrey, Actor Vocalist; Mays & Hunter, Expert Banjoists; Mr. T. E. Dunville, Comedian; Lotto, Lilo & Otto, Bicyclists; Verno & Voyce, Variety Entertainers; Mr. Chas. Coborn, Comedian; Miss Marie Collins, Comedienne; Mr. J. H. Hurst, Facial Comedian; and the Brothers Artois, Triple Bar Performers. Manager Mr. VERNON DOWSETT; Musical Director Mr. ANGELO A. ASHER.

An undated but early 1900s programme for the Tivoli Theatre on the Strand, London with Marie Lloyd on the Bill amongst others - Generously donated by the late John Moffatt.

An undated but early 1900s programme for the Tivoli Theatre on the Strand, London with Marie Lloyd on the Bill amongst others - Generously donated by the late John Moffatt.

Above - An undated but early 1900s programme for the Tivoli Theatre on the Strand, London - Generously donated by the late John Moffatt. On the Bill after the Overture and "Madame Angot" Lecocq, were Mr. Leonard Barry, Vocalist; Miss Jessie Lindsay, Graceful Dancer; The Collins Trio, Vocal Comedy Artistes; Miss Lily Iris, Serio and Dancer; Lotto, Lilo & Otto, Expert Trick Cyclists; Miss Millie Lindon, Comedienne; Mr. James Fawn, Comedian; Miss Elsie Leslie, Comeditinne; Joe Elvin & Co., In the Screaming Farcical Absurdity, entitled - "THE WRONG HOUSE."; Miss Peggy Pryde, Low Comedy Artiste; Florence & Lillian, Instrumentalists; Mr. Tom Costello, Comedian; Mr. Bransby Williams, In characters from "BARNABY RUDGE."; Mlle. Marguerite Cornille, Parisienne Chanteuse; Mr. Alec Hurley, Comedian; Miss Bessie Bonehill, Character Vocalist; Colby & Way, Ventriloquist & Dancing Doll; Miss Marie Lloyd, Queen of Comediennes; Mr. T. E. Dunville, Eccentric Comedian; and Seeley & West, Humorous Instrumentalists. Manager VERNON DOWSETT, Acting Manager & Treasurer JAS. HOWELL, Musical Director ANGELO A. ASHER.

A programme for the Tivoli Theatre on the Strand, London for April 1st. 1901 - Courtesy Tim Trounce. A programme for the Tivoli Theatre on the Strand, London for April 1st. 1901 - Courtesy Tim Trounce.

 

A programme for the Tivoli Theatre on the Strand, London for April 1st. 1901 - Courtesy Tim Trounce.

Above - A programme for the Tivoli Theatre on the Strand, London for April 1st. 1901 - Courtesy Tim Trounce. On the Bill after the Overture were Miss Marie Wilton, Comedienne; Mr. G. W. Hunter, Raconteur; Miss Bella Lloyd, Comedienne; Miss May Moore Duprez, Variety Artiste; Mr. Charles Austin, Eccentric Comedian; Miss Alice Lloyd, Comedienne; Parke's Eton Boys, Vocal Entertainers; Miss Vesta Victoria, Comedienne; The Wonderful Craggs, Gentlemen Acrobats; Mr. Fred Terry, Comedian; Mr. Dave Meier, Ball Puncher; Mr. Wilson Hallett, Mimic of Children's Voices and Manners and Whistling Comedian; Miss Ida Rene, Comedienne; Eugen Sandow, Prince of Athletes; Miss Lilian Doreen, Ballad Vocalist; The Great Everhart, Hoop Manipulator; Miss Carrie Scott & her Pocket Piccaninny; Mr. Eugene Stratton in his Favourite Scena - 'My Litttle Octoroon'; The M'Naughtons, Comedians; and Lee & Kingston, Variety Artistes. Manager - Vernon Dowsett, Acting Manager & Treasurer - Jas Howell, Musical Director - Angelo A Asher.

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