Theatre Royal [Liverpool] Madame Celeste and Mr. B. Webster will commence an engagement of twelve nights: at the theatre on Monday next August the 27th, during which period will be presented a series off the most successful dramas that have been produced under their direction in London, including the new play of Janet Pride!... :
On Monday evening, Aug. 27th, 1855. the performance will commence with Mr. Buckstone's powerful drama, in three acts, called 'The Green Bushes of, A Hundred years Ago'. The overture and music between the acts, by Mr. Edward Fitzwilliam [,] the melo-dramatic music, by Mr. Alfred Mellon. Act 1. Scene, Ireland on the Galway coast. Time, 1745...An Irish Fair and Row [set in an] Antique Room - Large barn adjoining O'Kennedy's House. The "Jug O'Punch" and the "Dance on the Flure"!. Moonlight view on the Atlantic - Departure of O'Kennedy for America. Act 2. Scene, America, in the Valley of the Mississippi. Time 1747....Log cabin on the banks of the Mississippi. Pinewood, and distant view of a raft - American forest - The Deadly Rifle. The banks of the Mississippi, by sunset. Departure of the raft down the river. Act 3. Scene, Ireland, the Hill of Howth & Dublin City. Time, 1748...A smith's forge near the Hill of Howth. Hall in an old town house. Street in Dublin, by night. Apartment in the house of Mad.[ame] St. Aubert. The Atonement. To conclude with a comedy, in two acts, called "Flying Colours! or, Crossing the Frontier"...To-morrow, Tuesday, the new drama of 'Helping Hands'...and 'The Mysterious Stranger!'.
[Theatre Royal, Liverpool].
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Text printed on playbill continues: "Admission - Dress boxes, 4s; Upper boxes, 3s; Pit, 2s; Gallery, 1s. The Box-Office is open from ten until three o'clock, daily, for securing seats in the dress circle and taking private boxes which may be had under the direction of Mr. Shuttleworth. Children in arms will not be permitted. The Opera will commence each evening at seven o'clock precisely; doors open at half-past six.
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[Liverpool : St. George's Printing Offce, Roe St], 1855.
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