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Language: eng
Resource Type: still image
Identifier: uon:3064
Description: The Drury Lane pantomime for 1864 written by the prolific E. L. Blanchard. The insertion of jokey names for the minor actors was standard practice on pantomime posters and playbills, and makes researc... More
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Creators: Squires, Graham
Date: 2016
Language: eng
Resource Type: book chapter
Identifier: http://hdl.handle.net/1959.13/1349177
Description: In the modern world we are accustomed to conceptualising international relations in terms of national identity. We speak of English culture, French culture and American culture as if these things were... More
Language: eng
Resource Type: still image
Identifier: uon:3048
Description: Unidentified costume design by 'Wilhelm' possibly for the musical The Dairymaids by Robert Courtneidge and Paul Rubens which opened at the Queen's Theatre, 5 May, 1908. 'Wilhelm' (1859-1925) was the d... More
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Language: eng
Resource Type: still image
Identifier: uon:3068
Description: Alhambra or Empire 1893.
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Creators: Ewans, Michael
Date: 2006
Language: eng
Resource Type: event
Identifier: http://hdl.handle.net/1959.13/35961
Description: Production of the Greek play The Women's Festival by Aristophanes. Directed and translated by Michael Ewans.
Creators: Ewans, Michael
Date: 2005
Language: eng
Resource Type: event
Identifier: http://hdl.handle.net/1959.13/35962
Description: Production of the Greek play Lysistrata by Aristophanes. Directed and translated by Michael Ewans.
Language: eng
Resource Type: still image
Identifier: uon:3058
Description: Costume design for the King in La Belle aux Bois Dormant by Marcel Multzer; Sarah Bernhardt Theatre, Paris, December 25, 1905. Multzer designed the costumes for Irving's productions of Robespierre (Ly... More
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Language: eng
Resource Type: still image
Identifier: uon:3056
Description: From the pantomime Harlequin and Padmanaba, or, The Golden Fish produced at Covent Garden in 1811. The cart made up of a cradle, four cheeses and a fender and drawn by dogs burlesques the notoriusly o... More
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Language: eng
Resource Type: still image
Identifier: uon:3051
Description: Lewis Waller (1860-1915), probably the original matinee idol of the London stage, became identified with the character of D'Artagnan in the adaptation of Dumas's Three Musketeers by Henry Hamilton, fi... More
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Language: eng
Resource Type: still image
Identifier: http://hdl.handle.net/1959.13/32495
Description: Costume design for the two thieves in Chu Chin Chow . (Written by Australian Oscar Asche (1872-1936), the musical fantasy based on Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves ran at His Majesty's Theatre continuou... More
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Language: eng
Resource Type: still image
Identifier: uon:3037
Description: The invention of lithography made possible printing in several brilliant colours and led to the foundation of many large poster-printing firms and the golden age of the British theatrical poster from ... More
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Language: eng
Resource Type: still image
Identifier: http://hdl.handle.net/1959.13/32533
Description: A famous melodrama of 1881 by George Sims, with a particularly realistic scene in the Borough Market, London, shown here. It was one of Wilson Barrett's most successful productions during his manageme... More
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Language: eng
Resource Type: still image
Identifier: http://hdl.handle.net/1959.13/32537
Description: The company, was associated with the Gilbert and Sullivan collaborations from 1875 until its closure in 1982. Such was its popularity that numerous companies bearing its name toured throughout the wor... More
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Language: eng
Resource Type: still image
Identifier: uon:3050
Description: This melodrama by William Bourne, subtitled The Great Strike, was first performed in Hanley, Staffordshire, in 1890. It was subsequently seen at the Pavilion, Whitechapel. Hanley was one of the potter... More
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Language: eng
Resource Type: still image
Identifier: uon:3046
Description: An opera bouffe in 3 acts by H. B. Farnie was originally performed at the Comedy in October 1883.
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