Theatre Royal, Dublin. Fifth appearance of the celebrated Artiste Monsieur Klishnig. This present Thursday, December 31, 1835, will be revived, the National Drama of Life in Dublin : Or, Tom, Jerry, and Logic, on their Travels. A splendid diorama from the Hill of Howth to the Custom House. Donnybrook Fair!! Howth Races - Real Ponies. Grand Fancy Ball!!! Military band in addition to the Orchestra. Numerous candelabras, and Six Hundred Wax Lights!!!:
Corinthian Tom - Mr. Hudson [,] Jemmy Green - Mr. Ross [,] Bob Logic - Mr. Browne [,] Jerry Hawthorn - Mr. Ransford [.] From the Theatre Royal English Opera House, his third appearance here. Mrs. Green - Miss Adam....in the course of the piece, a variety of dances, in which Monsieur Sylvain will appear. The Ball will conclude with The Gallopade, by all the characters. After which will be performed (for the fifth time), a spectacle of peculiar character, translated from the French, and arranged expressedly for this Theatre, called Jocko! Or the Monkey from Brazil. The new scenery painted by Mr. Philipps....In Act 1 - an incidental ballet, in which will appear the celebrated artiste, Monsieur Sylvain. The ballet will include the national dance of La Chica - by Mr. Harvey, and the Corps de Ballet. Scenery - Act I. - A Rich Brazilian Landscape on the Estate of Don Fernandez. Act II. - A Mountainous District near the sea shore, with a Storm and subsequent Calm. The spectacle of Jocko, continuing to be received with encreased [sic, increased] applause, and the extraordinary performance of Monsieur Klishnig, having excited the greatest interest, that Piece will be acted every evening this week.
Theatre Royal, Dublin.
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Playbill for performances to be held in the Theatre Royal, Dublin on Thursday, December 31, 1835.
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[Dublin : s.l.], December 31, 1835.
This item is held in the Department of Ephemera.
Physical description: 1 playbill ; 33.2 x 26 cm.
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