[Theatre, Murphy's Assembly Rooms, Clonmel [,] last night but two! of the Dublin Theatre Royal Dramatic Company...on Wednesday evening, 8th July, 1868 the performance will commence with the celebrated comedy, by the author of the School for Scandal, called The Rivals!]
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Playbill advertising a performance by the Dublin Theatre Royal Dramatic Company in Murphy's Assembly Rooms, Clonmel of Richard Brinsley Sheridan's 'The Rivals! or, A Trip To Bath!' on Wednesday 8 July, 1868. At top - 'Theatre / Murphy's Assembly Rooms, Clonmel. / Last night but two! / of the Dublin / Theatre Royal Dramatic Company. / Grand Fashionable Night, / By Desire, and under the Distinguished Patronage of / General Sir. John B. Gough, K.C.B.[Knight Commander of the Order of the Bath] / On Wednesday evening, 8th July, 1868, / The Performance will commence with the celebrated Comedy, by the author of / the School for Scandal, called / THE RIVALS! / or, A Trip To Bath! / As played by command of their Excellencies the Lord Lieutenant and Marchioness / of Abercorn, on Monday, 9th March, 1868 '. 'Doors open at a quarter past 7; performance to commence at quarter to 8. Front seats, - - 2s[hillings]; Second seats, - - 1s[hillings]'. Includes two manuscript pieces of paper [originally attached to this item, now both removed and conserved, placed on Japanese paper]; the first [written in iron gall black ink, now fading] has written on it: "I remain / truly yours / Barry Sullivan" and a second piece of paper with: "I, Isa and self - from Bahs, Nellie, George and your truly, Josephine Huntley". Mr. Frank Huntley and his wife Mrs. Frank Huntley are listed as performers on this playbill.
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[Clonmel: [Clonmel] Chronicle Office; 1868].
This item is held in the Department of Ephemera.
Physical description: 1 handbill; 21 x 26.7 cm.
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