The Merchant of Venice, 2 April 1898, Image 3 of 3
MATINEE, SATURDAY THIS WEEK; AND WEDNESDAY,
THURSDAY, AND FRIDAY EVENINGS, AND MATINEE,
SATURDAY OF EASTER WEEK, APRIL 13 to 16.
THE MERCHANT OF VENICE
SHYLOCK - HENRY IRVING.
PORTIA - MISS ELLEN TERRY.
SATURDAY MATINEE 2 - "THE MERCHANT OF VENICE."
SATURDAY NIGHT 2 - "WATERLOO" AND "THE BELLS."
The Theatre will be CLOSED NEXT WEEK (HOLY WEEK), APRIL 4th to 9th.
MONDAY NIGHT 11 (EASTER MONDAY) AND TUESDAY NIGHT 12 (EASTER TUESDAY) - "WATERLOO" AND "THE BELLS."
WEDNESDAY 13 - "THE MERCHANT OF VENICE."
THURSDAY NIGHT 14 - "THE MERCHANT OF VENICE."
FRIDAY NIGHT 15 - "THE MERCHANT OF VENICE."
SATURDAY MATINEE 16 - "THE MERCHANT OF VENICE."
SATURDAY NIGHT 16 - "WATERLOO" AND "THE BELLS."
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.
MATINEE - Doors open at 1.30 Performance commences at 2. Carriages at 4.45.
Box Office (under direction of Mr. JOSEPH HURST) open from 10 till 5 and 7.30 till 10.
Seats also booked by Letter or Telegram.
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.