Othello, 22-27 August 1898, Image 2 of 3
All Communications respecting Advertisements in this Programme to be addressed to [?] Stafford, Manager Refreshment Department.
Bishop's Mansions, Bishop's Park Road Fulham (overlooking Bishop of London's Park.) Accommodation - 1 or 2 Sitting Rooms, 2 or 3 Bedrooms, Kitchen, Large and Airy Larder, Linen Cupboard, Bath Room with Lavatory Basin (Hot and Cold Supply), Bicycle Room, Good Cellarage, Trade's Entrance and Lift, Hall Porter From £40 0 0. Apply Estate Office at Above Address. Henry Lovibond & Son, Limited, Cannon Brewery, Fulham, Brewers & Spirit Merchants. A Scotch and Irish Whiskies and Gin Sold and the Bars of this Theatre are supplied exclusively by Henry Lovibond & Son Ltd. D. Morgan & Co., The Putney China Stores hold a large and varied stock of Dinner Sets, Tea Sets, Toilet Ware, Art Pots and Table Glass of every description. Inspection Invited 79, High Street, Putney. The perfection of Virginia cigarettes Asthore Cigarettes hand-made of special Virginia strips. J. H. Crustaceans, Cigar Merchant, Putney, S.W, on sale at Bars of this Theatre. Smith & French, Cash Tailors (Opposite this Theatre) Ladies Jackets, Coats and Skirts, Cycling Suits and Covert Coats. Choice selection of Spring and summer suiting a. Uniforms as Supplied to this Theatre. G. Webber, General & Furnishing Ironmonger, 63 High Street, Putney, Special Season's offer - Japanned Steel Trunks.
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Workshops: Russell Place. Support Home Industries Bryant & May's Matches are used in the bars of this Theatre.
Grand Theatre, Fulham Sole Lessee and Manager - Mr Alex. F. Henderson on Monday, Aug. 22nd, 1898, at 8. For Six Nights Only (Anniversary Week). Miss Ellen Terry & Company. On Monday, Tuesday and Saturday, will be played Shakespeare's Tragedy, in Five Acts of "Othello". Othello - (first time) - Mr. Frank Cooper, Iago - Mr. Louis Calvert, Duke of Venice - Mr. F. Cremlin, Brabantio - Mr. James Hearn, Gratiano - Mr. V. Garrick, Lodovico - Mr. S. A. Cookson, Cassio - Mr. Ben Webster, Roderigo - Mr. Courtney Thorpe, Montano - Mr. Lionel Belmore, Messenger, Mr. Early Howard, Julio, Mr. Eric Blind, Marco - Mr. A Breanski, Emilia - Miss Genevieve Ward, Bianca - Miss Edith Ailsa Craig and Desdemona - Mis Ellen Terry. Sailors, Messengers, Officers, Gentlemen and Attendants. Synopsis of Scenery, Act 1, Sc.1 - Street in Venice, Sc.2 - Another Street, Sc.3 - A Council Chamber, Act 2, Sc - A Seaport in Cyprus, Act 3, Sc - Room in the Castle at Cyprus. There will be no interval between Acts 3 and 4. Act 4, Sc.1 - Room in the Castle at Cyprus, Sc 2 - Street in Cyprus, Sc.3 - Room in the Castle at Cyprus, Sc.4 - Street in Cyprus, Sc.5 - A Bedchamber in the Castle, Act 5, Sc.1 - Street in Cyprus, Sc.2 - A Bedchamber in the Castle. On Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, "The Lady of Lyons". Incidental Music composed by Mr. Edgar Ward. Mr. Henderson has had New and Special Scenery painted for these Productions by Mr. George Hemsley. Dresses by Mrs. Nettles hip, Miss James, Viola and Messrs. Nathan. Wigs by Clarkson. The Plays produced by for Miss Terry - Mr. Louis Calvert, Business Manager for Miss Terry - Mr. W. H. Griffiths. This Theatre erected from the plans Mr. W. G. R. Sprague. Consulting Engineers, Messrs. Lucas and [?] Stage Furniture and Draperies supplied by Arthur B. Brown, Antique and Modern Furniture Exchange, 392, 394, 519 and 523, Fulham Road, S.W. Florist to the Theatre M. G. Keen & Sons, Fulham and Putney. The Engravings in the Theatre are supplied and published by I. [?], King Street, St James. Ladies are respectfully informed that Hats and Bonnets are not allowed in the Stalls or First Two Rows of Dress Circle, Children in arms not admitted. Refreshments, the Saloons are under the direct control of the Management and Refreshments of the Best Quality only will be supplied at Moderate Prices. N.B. - Light Refreshments can be obtained from the Attendants. On Monday, August 29th, for six Nights Only, a New and Original Drama "Dangerous Women". Musical Director - Mr Edgar Ward, General Manager - Mr Frederick Merer. John Perring, The Leading House Furnisher, 38, High St., Putney. Branches Everywhere.
International Health Exhibition Gold Medal London 1883 Established. All Ales and Stouts (both bottled and fraught) sold at the Bars in this Theatre and supplied exclusively by Henry Lovibond and Son, Limited. Sole Address - Cannon Brewery, Lillie Road, Fulham, S.W. Cafe Monico, 4 & 6 High Street, Putney, S.W. First Class Restaurant in South of London at popular prices. Table d'hôte & a la Carte Dinners. Saloon up stairs first floor (for large or small parties). Suppers after Theatre. Ladies Rooms. The Golden Lion, a few doors from Theatre Bass's Younger's Pale & Burton Ales only on Draught. Lion Brewery - 3 Guinea Stout. All the leading Brands of Wines and Spirits. Billiards, Quoits, Skittles. W. H. Walden, Proprietor. Henry Blumfield, Gent's and Boy's Outfitter, Hatter, Hoisier, Glover and Shirtmaker, 121, High Street, Putney. Stansfield & Co, Wine and Spirit Merchants, Swan Brewery, Fulham. All Brandies and Wines supplied to this Theatre by Stansfeld & Co. Detailed price lists on application. The unrivalled pick-me-up Cura-Beno on sale at the bars of this Theatre. Malcolm White, Purveyor of High- Class fruit and vegetables, Fruiterer to this Theatre, 647, Fulham Rd, S.W. (Adjoining Messrs. Stansfeld's Brewery) Families waited on Daily for Orders. Reliance Hand Laundry, 758, Fulham Road (Opposite The Drive) Good work at moderate charges. All hand work (no chemicals used). Dyeing and cleaning in all its branches. Idris Royal Mineral Waters as supplied to the Queen, the only mineral waters supplied to this Theatre. Durrell Arms, 704, Fulham Road., S.W. Proprietors, Criswick & Feaviour, All Articles sold at this establishment of the finest quality - The best Billiard Saloon in Fulham. The most pleasant trip in London. Kew, Richmond and Hampton Court by the Light Draught Saloon Steamer "Queen Elizabeth" (Length 165 ft, Beam 15 ft 6 ins, Draught of Water 18 ins). Largest and handsomest Steamer running over Bridge. Daily (including Sunday's but excepting Friday's), on and after 8th of May.
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