Play programme (2 September 1918)

Date Monday 2 September 1918 [16]
Notes Ellen Terry in scenes from Shakespeare with others.
Source Ellen Terry and Edith Craig Database
Document ID ET-D523 View the original record
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PALACE PIER THEATRE FORTHCOMING EVENTS. THE LITTLE BROTHER A MARRIAGE OF CONVENIENCE THE MAN FROM TORONTO Mr. BROBERT COURINEIDGE'S Co. BROADWAY JONES (Mr Seymours HICKS' Co.) CHEATING CHEATERS LILA FIELD'S CO. OF LADY DANCERS THE PROFESSOR'S LOVE STORY. --- SEATS for this THEATRE CAN BE BOOKED At Messrs. Boots, Western Road; Messrs. Murdoch, Western Road; Messrs. Lyon and Hall, King's Road, Brighton; Palmeira Stores, Western Road; Lyon & Hall, Church Road, Hove; Messrs. Potts and Co., 167 North Street, Brighton; or at the Pier Box Office, Pier Gates. Telephones- Palace Pier ? Brighton ? (Three Lines). --- PALACE PIER THEATRE Manager - J.W. CORDINER Monday, September 2nd. EVERY EVENING at 7.30 p.m. MATINEES:- WEDNESDAY, & STAURDAY 3 p.m. --- HAROLD V. NEILSON PRESENTS ELLEN TERRY IN SCENES FROM SHAKESPEARE --- 1. ETHEL GRIFFIES in Musical Monologues & Impersonations 2. Trial Scene from "MERCHANT OF VENICE" Shylock - TOM HESLEWOOD Antonio - HAROLD V. NEILSON Bassanio - ERNEST MILTON Gratiano - GORDON BAILEY Salerio - H. BUTE Salesino - WALTER PLINGE Duke of Venice - ORLANDO BARNETT Clerk of the Court - CULCIMA GALSBY Page - FABIA DRAKE Nerissa - DOROTHIE M. PIDCOCK Portia - ELLEN TERRY Lords, ATtendants, Justices &c,. Scene - Court of Justice Venice 3. "DOLLY'S LITTLE BILLS" By Henry Arthur Jones Harry Telfer (Dolly's Husband) - ERNEST MILTON Matt Barron (Dolly's Father) - ORLANDO BARNETT Mrs. Harry Telfer (Dolly) - DOROTHIE M. PIDCOCK Scene - Drawing Room at Harry Telfers 4. THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR. Falstaff - SIDNEY PAXTON Robin - FABIA DRAKE Mistress Ford - ETHEL GRIFFIES Misstress Page - ELLEN TERRY Scene 1 - By the River Scene 2 - Ford's House Shakespearean Costumes by TOM HESLEWOOD --- Producer - EDITH CRAIG Stage Manager - ETHEL GRIFFIES --- The Orchestra under the direction of Mr. FREDK. PICKARD will pay the following selections:- 1 March "Lion of St Mark" - Fabiani 2 Overture "Ruy Blas" - Mendelssohn 3 Valse "Dolores" - Waldteufel 4 Melody in F - Rubenstein 5 Concerto in G Minor - Mendelssohn 6 Slavonic Rhapsondy - Friedmann 7 Idylle - "Narcissus" - Nevin --- MR. JAMES SALE Conductor and THE BRIGHTON GRAND ORCHESTRA OF 36 PERFORMERS. IN THE BANDSTAND Thrice Daily (Sundays included) 11.30 to 1, 3.15 to 4.45, 7.30 to 9.3? BRIGHTON MARINE & PALACE PIER TOLLS ? each Person ? Perambulator and Attendant ? Bath Chair and Attendant ? BOOKS OF TICKETS with 12 Admissions ? " 50 " ? " 100 " ? FISHING Per Person ? For each additional Rod and Line ? BATHING Per Person ? Towels etc. on hire. SEASON TICKETS. Admission ot Pier for 12 months ? with Fishing ? with Bathing ? with Fishing and Bathing ? with Bathing for the Season (6 months)? with Bathing for the Season (6 months) and Private Dressing Room ? availabe, but not guaranteed ? Fishing for 6 months ?

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PALACE PIER BRIGHTON, THE PIER OF MANY SHELTERS. COMFORT IN ALL WEATHERS. THRICE DAILY (Including SUNDAYS) at 11.30, 3.15, and 7.30 p.m. Mr. JAMES SALE CONDUCTOR AND THE BRIGHTON GRAND ORCHESTRA (36 PERFORMERS) --- NOW OPEN. THE BATHING STATION. FOR LADIES & GENTLEMEN. Open daily from 6?a.m. to 6 p.m. Single Ticket, 6d. IMPORTANT TO BATHERS - This Pier (from its Head to the Shore) is connected with the Town Drainage. Thus no offensive matter is discharged into the Sea at any point. THE MOST LUXURIOUS AND UP-TO-DATE FACILITIES TO BE FOUND ON ANY PIER

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