The Merchant of Venice (etc.), 23-28 May 1904, Image 2 of 5
Rd. Johnson, Clapham. And Morris, Ltd. House furnishers, dining and drawing room suites. Cabinets, sideboards, occasional. Wood, iron, brass bedsteads. Bedding, &c., timepieces, Chiming and Quarter-Striking Clocks. Electro Silver Forks, Spoons, Table Cutlery, Cabinets and Cases &c. 24 & 26, Lever Street, Piccadilly, Manchester. The Manchester bill-posting Co. Ltd. Largest firm off bill-posters in the world. Poster writing a speciality. 35, Peter St. Manager – J. C. Grime. F. Dicks & Co., Florists &c., 68, Deansgate, Manchester. Baskets of choice flowers, bouquets, sprays, &c. In any specified design. Florists to this Theatre. Theatrical costumes and wigs of every description lent out on hire, for fancy dress balls, carnivals, bazaars, amateur performances, etc. Please write for catalogue – S. B. Watts & Co., 39, Oxford Road, Manchester. Nat. Tel No. 4674. Theatre Royal. Prices of Admission. Evening – Private Boxes, £[?] [?], £[?] [?] 6d. and £[?] [?]. Orchestra Stalls, 5s. Lower Circle, 5[?]. Upper Circle (to Book), [?]. 6d. (from 6-45 to 7-0), [?] (after 7-0), 2s. 6d. Pit (from 6.45 to 7-0,) 2s. 6d.; (from 7-0 to 7-15), 2s., after 7-15) 1s. Gallery (from 6-45 to 7-0), 1s,; (after 7-0), 6d. Morning – Upper Circle (from 1-15 to 1-30), 1s,; after 1-30), 2s. 6d. Pit (from 1-15 to 1-30), 2s. 6d.; (from 1-30 to 1-45,) 2s.; (after 1-45), 1s. Gallery (from 1-15 to 1-30), 1s.; (after 1-30), 6d. Doors open to Private Boxes, Stalls, & Lower Circle, Evening at 7-0, and the Performance will commence at 7-30. Morning at 1-30, Performance at 2-0. Ladies occupying seats in the first Three Rows of the Stalls and Lower Circle must Remove their Bonnets at Evening Performances. Box Office Open from 10 to 3 daily, (Saturdays 10 to 1), and during the hours of Performance – No Fees. Seats can also be secured by Telephone (No. 4574), Wire, or Letter addressed to the Box Office. Seats not guaranteed unless previously booked, no money returned, children in arms not admitted. Notice - Tradesmen are cautioned against supplying Goods without a Printed Order Form signed by Mr. Oscar Barrett. Acting Manager – Mr. Edmondstone Shirra, Musical Director – Mr. Alfred Haines. Dancing and calisthenics Miss Haines, "Oakworth" Upper Chorlton Road, classes and private lessons in Ballroom and Fancy Dancing at Messrs. Forsyth Bros., Deansgate; Duke of Edinburgh Hall, Alexandra Park, & at "Oakworth." Prospectus on Application. Parker's Restaurants. Table d'Hote 5.30 to 8 p.m. 3/6. Luncheons, Afternoon Teas, Dinners. American Candles, Chocolate, &c. 12, St Ann's Square & 18, St. Mary's Gate.
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