The Merchant of Venice, 22 July 1897, Image 3 of 3
LAST NIGHT OF THE SEASON,
To-morrow, Friday, July 23rd,
BY SPECIAL REQUEST
At 8 o'clock
DR. A. CONAN DOYLE'S PLAY.
A STORY OF WATERLOO
CORPORAL BREWSTER - HENRY IRVING
TO BE FOLLOWED BY
TERMINATING WITH THE SECOND ACT.
NAPOLEON - HENRY IRVING.
MADAME SANS-GENE - MISS ELLEN TERRY.
SOUVENIR OF "MADAME SANS-GENE"
PRICE ONE SHILLING,
WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY
ALBERT E. STERNER AND HAWES CRAVEN.
To had at the Theatre, or Post-free by letter.
No Fees of any kind are permitted, and the Management trust that in their endeavours to carry out this
arrangement they may rely on the co-operation of the Public, who are requested, should there be any
cause of complaint, to refer at once to the Acting Manager.
THE BILL OF THE PLAY IS IN EVERY PART OF THE HOUSE SUPPLIED WITHOUT CHARGE.
Opera Glasses can be had on Hire from the Cloak-Room Attendants, One Shilling each.
This Theatre is lighted by Electricity, supplied by The Electricity Supply Corporation, Limited
Stage Manager Mr. H. J. LOVEDAY.
Musical Director .. . Mr. MEREDITH BALL.
Acting Manager ... Mr. BRAM STOKER.
DOORS OPEN AT 7.3O. PERFORMANCE COMMENCES AT 8. CARRIAGES AT 10.45.
Box Office (under direction of Mr. JOSEPH HURST) open 10 to 5 and 7.30 to 10.
and 7.30 to 10.
Private Boxes, £1 1s. and £4 4s.; Stalls, 10s 6d.; Dress Circle, 7s.; Upper Circle, 4s.; Amphitheatre, 2s.6d.; Pit, 2s. 6d.; Gallery, 1s.
NO FEES OF ANY KIND.