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21 June 1882

The Merchant of Venice

Location Savoy Theatre, London, UK
Plays performed The Merchant of Venice

Programme

Date 21 June 1882
Play(s) The Merchant of Venice
Production Date(s) Wednesday June 21 [1882]
Venue Savoy Theatre
Time of performance 2pm
Document ID ET-D419 Original record
Held by The British Library
Notes Last appearance of Florence Terry.
2 scanned images
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The Merchant of Venice, 21 June 1882, Image 1 of 2

SAVOY THEATRE Wednesday, June 21, At 2 o'clock. "BROKEN HEARTS" An entirely Original Fairy Play, IN THREE ACTS, BY W.S. GEILBERT. --- Prince Florian - Mr. KYRLE BELLEW Mousta la Dwarf - Mr. FRANK THORNTON (Sisters) Lady Hilda - MISS MARION TERRY Lady Vavir - MISS FLORENCE TERRY Lady Melusine - MISS JULIA GWYNNE Lady Amenthis - MISS FORTESCUE MERCHANT OF VENICE Shylock - MR. HENRY IRVING Duke of Venice - MR. HOWE Antonio - MR. FERNANDEZ Bassanio - MR. TERRISS Gratanio - MR. TYARS Salarino - MR. ALEXANDER Salanio - MR. HARBURY Clerk - MISS MARION TERRY Kerissa - MISS FLORENCE TERRY AND Portia - MISS ELLEN TERRY --- A Monologue Sketch: "TRYING A MAGISTRATE" MR. J.L. TOOLE. --- NO FEES OF ANY KIND. Programmes are provided, and Wraps and Umbrellas taken free of charge. Any attendant detected in accepting money from visitors will be instantly dismissed: the public is therefore requested not to tempt the attendants by offering them gratuities. The Refreshment Saloons are under the direct control of the Management, and everything will be found to be of the best quality. Acting Manger - Mr. GEORGE EDWARDES

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The Merchant of Venice, 21 June 1882, Image 2 of 2

SAVOY THEATRE Erected from Designs by Mr. C.J. PHIPPS, F.S.A SOLE PROPRIETOR & MANAGER: R. D'OYLY CARTE. --- EVERY EVENING PATIENCE, AESTHETIC OPERA. By W.S.GILBERT AND ARTHUR SULLIVAN. ? & Co. London & Paris Printing Works, Bury St. London E.C. Last Appearance of MISS FLORENCE TERRY SAVOY THEATRE Wednesday, June 21

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