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Mr. & Mrs. Edmund Glover and the Glasgow theatre of the mid-nineteenth century

Mr. & Mrs. Edmund Glover and the Glasgow theatre of the mid-nineteenth century

a collection of 845 large playbills for the Theatre-Royal, Dunlop Street & the Prince"s Theatre (-Royal), West Nile Street between 1853 & 1866.

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Published by Motley Books in Romsey .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Glover, Edmund, -- 1813-1860.,
  • Pepperall, Elizabeth, -- 1809-1895.

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination39 leaves
    Number of Pages39
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14303134M

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Mr. & Mrs. Edmund Glover and the Glasgow theatre of the mid-nineteenth century Download PDF EPUB FB2

In an advertisement, on page two of The Glasgow Herald, on Monday the 24th of December,Mr. Edmund Glover, the manager of the Prince's Theatre-Royal, which was located on West Nile Street and Buchanan Street, announced that a "NEW Read more. The National Drama was a nineteenth-century dramatic genre unique to Scotland, dealing with Scottish characters in Scottish settings.

Glasgow Theatre Royal, Edmund Glover was an enthusiastic producer of the national repertoire. In at the Prince's Theatre Cited by: 3. During the future Edmund Glover management at the Theatre Royal, Dunlop Street, she reached the height of her popularity and became the darling of Glasgow theatre goers.

Shakespeare played an important part in the acting careers of female actors such as Helen Faucit, Sarah Bernhardt and Fanny Kemble. A true classic of modern Scottish Theatre, and a haunting evocation of a lost way of life, Sue Glover’s lyrical play with music and song follows six women land workers as they graft and dance their way through a year on a 19th Century Borders farm.

Every ploughman had to provide a woman (a bondager) to work on the farm. If his wife was too busyFile Size: KB. In the mid-nineteenth century the British book trade was transformed from a cottage trade into a mass manufacturing industry. The home markets of Scotland, Wales and Ireland had been implicated in the English book trade well before the nineteenth century, most notably through bookselling and joint ventures that had linked booksellers and.

Theatre in 19th Century Glasgow. Playbills of John Smith: Sieges, Spitting and Spectacle. Theatre in 19th Century Glasgow By clairemckendrick on • (0) By Kathryn Gilmour. MLitt Theatre History. If you happen to be a Glasgow native, or indeed a student past or present, the name ‘John Smith’ will inevitably read as ‘bookshop’.

Edmund Glover commenced the Winter theatre season on October 13th,as the new lessee and manager of the Theatre Royal, Dunlop Street, to an overflowing house.

The newspapers were reporting that he had transformed the Theatre Royal into "one of the most brilliant and comfortable establishments in the kingdom". T he Prince's Theatre Royal, in West Nile Street, Glasgow was built by James Wylson Architect, and was a conversion from a former building, also designed by him two years earlier, for the display of newly converted Theatre opened on the 15th of January with the opera "Giselle, or the Night Dancers," and the vaudeville of the "Imperial Guard," and could.

A recent donation to the Scottish Theatre Archive, this fully illustrated volume documents the fascinating history of the Alhambra Theatre. The Alhambra was designed by Sir John J.

Burnet (), a Scottish Edwardian architect who was noted for a number of prominent buildings in Glasgow and London. His firm designed the Empire Exhibition, The Metropole Theatre started as the Scotia and was built in atStockwell Street, Glasgow, to the designs of architect Robert Black for James Baylis, who later built the Theatre Royal in the Cowcaddens area of the city, it opened as the Scotia Hall, holding over people, with stalls and two galleries, reputed to be the first purpose built commercial.

In and productions of drama, opera and spectacle started coming from Edmund Glover of the Prince's Theatre Royal, Glasgow, and soon of the Theatre Royal in that city's Dunlop Street.

In Glover took a 10 year lease from Walker's Heirs, with high class productions coming for one or two days a week, or longer seasons at holidays.

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The Theatre Royal is the oldest theatre in Glasgow and the longest running in Scotland. Located at Hope Street, its front door was originally round the corner in Cowcaddens Street. It currently accommodates 1, people and is owned by Scottish theatre opened inadopting the name Theatre Royal two years s: Hope Street, Glasgow, Scotland.

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Glasgow Cathedral and the Knox Monument can be seen through the window. Mr Mahoney was a brass founder, gasfitter and bellhanger. The new Theatre Royal opened on 24 April and was “Unequalled out of London”.

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Mar 1 "Rob Roy" (opera) with Glover's Company from the Theatre. Royal in Glasgow with Marta Golden. Mar 3 Alice Lloyd in "Little Miss Fix It" (musical comedy) Mar 11 "Mutt & Jeff" (comedy) Mar 15 Mrs. Leslie Carter in "Two Women" (drama) Mar 19 "The Girl From Rector's" (comedy). The garden and shelter were given by Mr and Mrs John Edmund Hoyle in memory of Sam Robinson Hoyle.

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