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Language: eng
Resource Type: still image
Identifier: uon:2677
Description: The poster illustrate a classic melodramatic situation, the last-minute rescue of the brave hero from execution for a crime he did not commit. The long and golden-haired heroine is also a classic figu... More
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Date: 2011
Language: eng
Resource Type: conference paper
Identifier: http://hdl.handle.net/1959.13/1057841
Description: We present a highly parallel CUDA kernel based on the Lattice Monte Carlo (LMC) method for transient thermal conduction, which achieves a peak acceleration of more than 100x over a single-threaded For... More
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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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Language: eng
Resource Type: still image
Identifier: http://hdl.handle.net/1959.13/32529
Description: A very early example of pictorial poster, although not a lithograph, dating from 1852. The Britannia was a famous East End working-class theatre with an identity and an audience of its very own. Aldri... More
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Language: eng
Resource Type: still image
Identifier: uon:3062
Description: The Sorcerer was the first full length opera commissioned by D'Oyly Carte from Gilbert and Sullivan. It opened in November 1877 at the Opera Comique, London.
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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:3045
Description: A splendid example of a poster in early art nouveau style. The villainess is easily identifiable (heroines never wore bright colours), as are the heroine herself and the comic couple. The play dates f... More
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Language: eng
Resource Type: still image
Identifier: uon:3047
Description: By C. Watson Mill, first performed at the Grand, Croydon, in 1902. The stock character types of melodrama are readily identifiable. The physical attributes of the actors are quite true to melodramatic... 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: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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Language: eng
Resource Type: still image
Identifier: uon:3044
Description: The Bower Saloon was a low London tavern theatre in Stangate which specialised in the 1850s in "dog-drama," a melodrama in which a pair of trained dogs aided the hero, hunted down and sometimes killed... More
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Language: eng
Resource Type: still image
Identifier: uon:3040
Description: A poster for the first London presentation of Harriet Beecher Stowe's famous novel, Uncle Tom's Cabin. It was adapted by Tom Taylor and first performed on November 29 1852. The Adelphi was a West End ... More
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Language: eng
Resource Type: still image
Identifier: http://hdl.handle.net/1959.13/32500
Description: This poster is for the Drury Lane pantomime of 1902 by Jay Wood and Arthur Collins, which starred the great Dan Leno in the Dame part and Herbert Campbell, as his comic partner. By common consent Drur... More
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Language: eng
Resource Type: still image
Identifier: uon:3039
Description: The Drury Lane pantomime for 1907 by Hickory Wood and Arthur Collins. The artist Hassall, was the best commercial artist of his time, and his advertising and theatre posters stand out from the work of... 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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