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London Playbill 1840s Ballet, Opera Etc

Ref: HEA/Play 2 / LA63492


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1843 Theatre Poster Princess Theatre London Oxford Street. As this playbill is for Madame Eugenia Garcia presume it to be from London Princess's Theatre. Some are for the Haymarket

The Princess's Theatre or Princess Theatre was a theatre in Oxford Street, London. The entrance to the Pit was in what is now Winseley Street off Oxford Street and the Gallery had the entrance on Castle Street. The building opened in 1828 as the 'Queen's Bazaar' and housed a diorama by Clarkson Stanfield and David Roberts. After a fire it was converted into The Court theatre and re-opened in 1836 as the Princess's Theatre, named for then Princess Victoria before her accession as queen. After an unsuccessful series of promenade concerts, alterations were made on the interior, and the theatre was reopened on 26 December 1842 with Vincenzo Bellini's opera La sonnambula. The theatre, by now under the management of John Medex Maddox, presented operas and other entertainments, such as General Tom Thumb. The theatre is best remembered for Charles Kean's Shakespeare revivals, beginning in 1849 and continuing for ten years.


Height : 485 mm - 19.09 in

Width : 211 mm - 8.31 in


Heatons has clarified that the London Playbill Ballet, Opera Etc (HEA/Play 2 / LA63492) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being 1840's.


CONDITION issues ;-As these were printed upon what resembles old toilet tissue they are frail the base is chewed slightly, some age toning and no title header present upon any of them.However they will frame well and are the nicer monochrome rather than tinted paper.

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