1911 - 1913Ellen Terry UK lecture tour
31 December 1913

Shakespeare's Heroines

Location Winter Gardens, Bournemouth, UK

Programme

Date 31 December 1913
Production Date(s) Wednesday December 31 1913
Venue Winter Gardens and Pier
Venue address Bournemouth
Time of performance 3pm 8pm
Document ID ET-D582 Original record
Held by The British Library
Notes Ellen Terry's Shakespeare Lecture in the afternoon, musical comedy in the evening (including song by Gwen Terry).
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The Municipal Orchestra under the direction of Mr. Dan Godfrey, Hon, R.A.M. Musical Director to the Corporation. General Manager – Dan Godfrey, Assistant and Business Manager – Henry Woodard, Secretary – F. L. Parsons. Winter Gardens & Pier. Programme. Guardian Printing Works. One Penny. December 31, 1918.

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Valse Romance (Accepted by Her Gracious Majesty Queen Mary) and the Ripping Rag by Frederick C. Senior. (Programme Seller at the Gardens.) Both performed by the Bournemouth Municipal Orchestra. Price 1/- each. On sale at the Winter Gardens Flower Stall, Pier Book Kiosk, and principal Music Sellers. For all local and district news read the "Bournemouth Guardian." Telephone – 205. Published every Tuesday and Saturday. Price – one penny. Can be obtained at all Principal Newsagents. Mr. and Mrs. Strachan, 6, Palmerston Road, Boscombe, Bournemouth, buyers of left-off and misfit clothing, boots, underlinen, bed & table linen. On receipt of instructions will call and give a good price in cash. Prompt payment for parcels received. Established in Boscombe, 1891. Miss M. E. Stone fancy draper. Useful and reasonable presents. Fancy handkerchiefs, lace neckwear, gloves, fancy boxes, &c. 102, Poole Road, Westbourne, Bournemouth W. Winter Gardens, Telephone 291. Telegrams: "Musical." 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Ellen Terry published her autobiography, The Story of My Life (1908).

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