Theatre Royal, Sadler's Wells :Lessees, Messrs. Greenwood and Phelps, under the management of Mr. Phelps: for the benefit of Mr. G. Bennett on which occasion Miss Jane Bennett will make her first appearance : On Tuesday, April 30th, 1850, the performances will commence with the new play in five acts, by Mr. G. Bennett, entitled Retribution ... After which, Sheridan's celebrated comedy of The Rivals ...
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Royal Italian Opera, Covent Garden :Mr. Frederick Gye having in the most generous spirit placed this theatre at the disposal of the council for a benefit in aid of the funds of the Royal Dramatic College, this evening, Thursday, March 29, 1860: the entertainments will commence ... with the first act of Sir Bulwer Lytton's play of Money : to be succeeded by the trial scene from Shakspeare's Merchant of Venice ... after which, a selection from the late Douglas Jerrold's nautical drama of Black-eyed Susan ... to be followed by a scene from the fifth act of Macbeth ... the screen scene from the fourth act of Sheridan's comedy of School for scandal ... during the evening, a selection of vocal music ... J. Maddison Morton's farce of Box & Cox ... the celebrated Christy Minstrels will give selections from their popular entertainment : to conclude with the new and successful sketch, by Montague Williams and F. C. Burnand ... entitled B. B. ... Royal Italian Opera (London, England) (Printed by Peel's Steam Machine, 1860)
Theatre Royal, Sadler's Wells :Lessees. Messrs. Greenwood and Phelps, under the management of Mr. Phelps, Wednesday, Aug. 26, Thursday, 27, Friday, 28, & Saturday 29, will be produced ... Westland Marston's play of The Patrician's daughter ... to be followed by an interlude by Charles Selby entitled A Lady & gentleman in a peculiarly perplexing predicament ... To conclude with the farce entitled Manoeuvring ... Henry IVth will be repeated twice next week : Shakspere's tragedy of Romeo and Juliet ... will be speedily produced : Sergeant Talfourd's tragedy of Ion is also in a forward state of rehearsal ... Sadler's Wells Theatre (London, England) (S. G. Fairbrother, printer, 1846)
Theatre Royal, Sadler's Wells :Lessee, Thomas Longden Greenwood ... Under the management of Mrs. Warner and Mr. Phelps ... Friday, September 6, 1844, and Saturday, 7th, the performances will commence with Sheridan Knowles's play of The Hunchback ... after which, the popular farce of The Nervous Man ... to conclude with the laughable farce called The Railroad Station ... On Monday and Tuesday ..., the tragedy of The Bridal, On Wednesday and Thursday, Sheridan's comedy of The Rivals, On Friday and Saturday ... Shakspere's tragedy of Hamlet ... in preparation, Shakspere's tragedy of King John ... Sadler's Wells Theatre (London, England) (S. G. Fairbrother and Son, printers, 1844)