Theatre, Court House, Killarney on Saturday evening, Sept. 16th :
The grand night of the season for the benefit of Mr. Seymour, proprietor and manager, on which occasion he will make his first appearance, Mr. D. Leonard, will also perform in two favourite characters, being most positively his last appearance in Killarney [.] Miss Huddart, of the Theatre Royal Dublin, who is expressly engaged for the occasion, will make her first and only appearance...
[Theatre, Court House, Killarney].
Playbill printed in black font on fine cream coloured paper. Printed text continues: "The Killarney Band will also attend, and in the course of the evening play several favourite airs...Mr. Seymour respectfully takes leave to announce...that the entertainments for his Benefit will commence with Colman's legitimate comedy of 'John Bull or an Englishman's Fireside' as performed at the Theatres Royal, London, Dublin, &c. &c...[at the] end of the comedy. Song - "Nice, young Maidens" [sung by] Miss Villars. The Bay of Biscay, [sung] by Mr. Hughes. From the Theatre Royal Dublin, his first appearance. The whole to conclude with the laughable farce of the "Irishman in London"...Tickets and places for the boxes may be secured by application to Mr. Seymour at Cronin's Hotel. The front seats which will be comfortably fitted up as Boxes 3s 6d. Pit 2s. Gal. [Gallery] 1s. Doors open at seven the performance to commence at a quarter past 8 o'clock".
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[Tralee : J.D. Goggin, Printer and Stationer, Mall, n.d., ca. 1860-1869?]
This item is held in the Department of Ephemera.
Physical description: 1 sheet ; 37.8 x 25.4 cm.
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