1910 - 1919Other Shakespeare performances
17 September 1918

The Merchant of Venice

Location Parish Hall, Chirk, UK
Plays performed The Merchant of Venice

Programmes

1. Programme, facsimile

Date 17 September 1918
Play(s) The Merchant of Venice
Production Date(s) Tuesday September 17 1918
Venue Parish Hall
Venue address Chirk
Document ID ET-D404 Original record
Held by The British Library
Notes Photocopy of an autographed play programme sent by Raymond Mander and Joe Mitchenson Theatre Collection.

2. Programme

Date 17 September 1918
Play(s) The Merchant of Venice
Production Date(s) Tuesday September 17 1918
Venue The Parish Hall
Venue address Chirk
Document ID ET-D525 Original record
Held by The British Library
3 scanned images
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The Merchant of Venice, 17 September 1918, Image 1 of 3

THE PARISH HALL, CHIRK. --- PROGRAMME --- Tuesday, September 17, 1918. MISS ELLEN TERRY HAS KINDLY CONSENTED TO RECITE Protia's Speech, from 'The Merchant of Venice.' [handwritten annotations]
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The Merchant of Venice, 17 September 1918, Image 2 of 3

"WATERLOO." A DRAMA BY SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE. CHARACTERS CORPORAL GREGORY BREWSTER (aged 96) "The Straggler" - AUSTEN CARNEGlE. [handwritten annotations] SERGEANT ARCHIE MCDONALD, R.A - S.E. CHARLES COLONEL JAMES MIDWINTER (Royal Scots Guards) - DONALD CRAIG. NORAH BREWSTER (the Corporal's Grandniece) - VIOLET LOVETT. SCENE Living Room in Corporal Brewster's Cottage. Time-June, 1881. "The Backward Child." A FARCE BY H. L. CHILDE PEMBERTON. CHARACTERS. [handwritten annotations] FLORENCE (aged 13) - JEAN BROOKE. Miss MILLIGAN (her Governess) - MARY LOVETT. SCENE-The Schoolroom. --- "Second Thoughts." A COMEDY BY G. C. HERBERT. CHARACTERS. [handwritten annotations] SIR HERBERT MERVYN (aged 25) - AUSTEN CARNEGIE. THE HON. HELEN CLIVEDEN (Cousin to Mervyn, aged 18) - NIMBO TEMPLE. MRS. MACSHARON (Widow, aged 55) MURIEL DARBISHIRE. SCENE A Conservatory in Lord Chilbolton's Country House, during a Ball.
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The Merchant of Venice, 17 September 1918, Image 3 of 3

[handwritten annotations] AUSTEN CARNEGlE assisted by Miss Ellen Tuckfield ANNOUNCES A Song Recital AT THIS HALL, ON Thursday, Oct. 17th, at- 7.30.

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