Theatre Royal, Cork by permission of the Right Worshipful Thomas Lyons, Esq., Mayor, on Monday evening August 22nd  very great attraction and novelty!! :
Mr. G.V. Brooke for most decidedly the last time in an Irish character. Mr. & Mrs. King's sixth appearance, and last night of their engagement, on which occasion Mr. Hudson who is engaged for a few nights more will perform, previous to his return to London. The entertainments will commence with the opera of the Devil's Bridge. Count Bellini - Mr. D.W. King in which he will sing "Behold in his soft expressive face"., "Tho, love is warm awhile". "Is there a Heart that never lov'd". The celebrated picture song - "here mark a Poor desolate maid", and introduce Bellini's "Vivi tu arranged with English words. Duett [Duet], with Mr. Hudson, "Rest weary Traveller", Echo Duett [Duet], with Mrs. King, "My Early Days". Florian - Mr. Hudson, Countess Rosalvina - Mrs. King, in which she will sing Scena, -"Scenes that time can never change", ...Herold. Ballad, - "The Home of my Childhood",...Herold, Scena, - "Fortunes frowns", ..Rossini to conclude with, for the only time it can be acted, 'The Irish Attorney: Or, Galway Practice in 1688'. Pierce O'Hara - Mr. G.V. Brooke...Tickets and places for the boxes to be had of Mr. Barry, at the Theatre, Boxes - 3s. Upper Boxes & Pit - 2 s. 0d. Gallery - 1s. Second price at a quarter past nine o'clock...Boxes - 2s. 0d. Upper Boxes & Pit - 1s. 0d. Gallery - 6d. Doors open at seven o'clock performances to commence at half past seven previously.
[Theatre Royal, Cork].
Playbill printed in black font on off-white coloured paper, which is mounted on secondary card. Date '1842' is written in manuscript hand in pencil at top right of sheet.
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[Cork : W. Scraggs, Printer, Patrick Street, n.d., 1842].
This item is held in the Department of Ephemera.
Physical description: 1 sheet [mounted on secondary card]; 36.5 x 25 cm.
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