1911 - 1913Ellen Terry UK lecture tour
27 September 1911

Pathetic Heroines of Shakespeare

Location Town Hall, Tenterden, UK

Programme

Date 27 September 1911
Production Date(s) Wednesday September 27th 1911
Venue Town Hall
Venue address Tenterden
Time of performance 8.15pm
Orchestra Weald of Kent String Quartett
Document ID ET-D564 Original record
Held by The British Library
Notes Ellen Terry's Shakespeare lecture. Some authorial assistance from Christopher St John.
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Town Hall, Ternterden. Programme of Concert Wednesday, September 27th, 1911, At 8.15 p.m. Miss Ellen Terry MISS ETHEL WILKINSON, SOPRANO. "Weald of Kent" String Quartett. 1st Violin: MISS ANNIE KENWOOD. 2nd Violin: MISS MABEL NEWMAN. Viola: MISS ROSE TICEHURST. 'Cello: MR. F. ALLEN. ACCOMPANIST: MRS. C. aVERY (Silver Medallist, R.A.M.) PRICE TWOPENCE.

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Bechstein Grand Piano supplied by the Sole Agent for the district, H.BURNAGE, Ashford. Lime Light by E.A. GARDNER & SONS, Maidstone. Programme --- QUARTET IN C MAJOR - Mozart Adagio-Allegro. Andante Cantabile. Menuetto-Allegretto. Molto Allegro. SONGS (a) "Oh! that we two were Maying" - Nevin (b) "She wandered down the Moutnain Side" F.Clay MISS ETHEL WILKINSON. LECTURE, "The Pathetic Heroines of Shakespeare," MISS ELLEN TERRY. QUARTET FRO 2 VIOLINS, 'CELLO, AND PIANO "Bagatellen" - Dvorak Allegretto Scherzando. Tempo di Minuetto. Poco Allegro. PIANO: MISS ROSE TICEHURST.

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