Much Ado About Nothing, 12-17 October 1903, Image 2 of 3
The Grand Theatre
Church Street, Blackpool
MANAGER - MR. T. SERGENSON.
Described by the Press as the Prettiest Theatre in the World.
Free List entirely suspended.
MONDAY, OCT. 12th, 1903,
FOR SIX NIGHTS, AND
MATINEE, Saturday Oct. 17th, at 2-0
AT POPULAR MATINEE PRICES.
IMPORTANT ENGAGEMENT OF MISS
And her ENTIRE LONDON COMPANY, in Shakespeare's Comedy
Much Ado about Nothing
Designed and produced under the direction of Mr. EDWARD GORDON CRAIG.
Boxes, 21/-, 30/-, and 35/-; Stalls and Grand Circle, 5/-; Upper Circle 2/6; Pit Stalls, 2/-; Pit 1/6; Gallery, 6d.
Doors open 7.0; commence 7.30. Early Doors to all parts, 6d. extra. No Half-price.
CHILDREN IN ARMS NOT ADMITTED. NO MONEY RETURNED.
Box Office open 10-0 a.m. to 5.0 p.m., at Theatre, where Seats can now be booked. Seats can now be booked by wire, letter, or telephone, and must be paid for before 7 0 o'clock same evening, or will not be kept. For Seats, Address Letters or Telegrams to Miss Leaver, Box Office, Grand Theatre.
Telephone No. 73. Telegraphic Address "Grand, Blackpool."
Advertising Inspector - MR. J. DEAKIN
Don Pedro (Prince of Arragon): Mr. Julian L'Estrange
Don John (His Bastard Brother): Mr. William Luff
Claudio (A Young Lord of Florence): Mr. E. Harcourt Williams
Benedick (A Young Lord of Padua): Mr. Matheson Lang
Leonato (Governor of Messina): Mr. George Fitzgerald
Antonio (His Brother) : MR. Reginald Dance
Balthazar (Attendant on Don Pedro): Mr Theodore Jones
Borachio, Conrade (Followers of Don John): Mr. Hubert Carter, Mr. Francis Darch.
Dogberry,Verges (Two City Officers) Mr. Frederick Powell, Mr. C. Whittle
Friar Francis : Mr. Reginald Dance
A Sexton: Mr. Stephen Langton
A Boy: Miss Katherine Rivers
Oatcake: Mr. W.P. Leslie
Seacol: Mr. Bert Zardi
Watchman: Mr. John Church
Second Watchman: Mr K. Blackmore
A Messenger: Mr. Stephen Langton
Hero: Miss Hutin Britton
Margaret: Miss Edith King
Ursula: Miss Audrey Campbell
Beatrice: Miss Ellen Terry
Scene - Leonato's House
Scenes 1,2 & 3 Leonato's Garden
Scene 4 - A Street
Scene - A Church
Scene 1 - A Prison
Scene 2 - Leonato's Garden
Scene 3 - Monument of Leonato
Scene 4 - Leonato's Garden
For Ellen Terry
Business Manager: Mr. Alfred Courtenay
Stage Manager: Mr. Fred Boustead
Musical Director: Mr. Leonard Chalk
Advance Manger: Mr. C. Aubrey Hall
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