Entertainment - Theatre
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§  Theatre and Shows
    §  Actors, Actresses and Acts         
        see also Freak Shows under Entertainment

            A
            — acrobats (theatrical) 
            — amateurs (1) (2)
            B
            — The Beckwith Frogs 
            — Blondin (Charles Jean Francois Gravelet)
                (tightrope walker) (1824-1897)

            — "The Female Blondin" 
            — "Buffalo Bill"
            C
            — Herbert Campbell (left of photo)
                   (music hall star)

            — Albert Chevalier (music hall star)
            — Lottie Collins (music-hall star, 1865-1910)
            — costumes
            D
            — 'the Dramatic Shoe-Black'
            E
            — entertainers for hire 
            F
            — "The Female Blondin" 
            — Lydia Foote (actress)
            G
            — Mademoiselle de Glorion 
            H-J
            — Henry Irving (actor, 1838-1905)
            — 'Judge and Jury Clubs'
            K
            — Mr. & Mrs. Charles Kean
                 (Actors, 1811-68; 1805-80)

            — Mr. & Mrs. William H. Kendal 
               (Actors, 1843-1917; 1848-1935)

            L
            — Dan Leno (right of photo) (music hall star)
            — Madame Lejars (bare-back rider) 
            — Jules Leotard (trapeze artist, 1838-1870)
            — 'Little Tich' (music hall star)
            — Arthur Lloyd (music hall star, 1839-1904)
            — Marie Lloyd (music hall star, 1870-1922)
            — Loisset (acrobat) 
            M
            — William Charles Macready (actor)
            — magicians
            — Charles Matthews (Comedian, 1803-78)
            — Adah Isaacs Menken ('Mazeppa')
            — mesmerists
            N
            — Henry Neville (actor)
            — 'Nigger Minstrels' / 'Ethiopian Serenaders'
            O-P
            — Cora Pearl (actress)
            — Samuel Phelps (Actor/Manager 1804-78)
            — Jean Polaski (equestrian) 
            — Nellie Power (singer) 
            — poses plastiques 
            — public readings 
            Q-S
            — Arthur Roberts (comedian, actor)
            — Frederick Robson (actor, 1821-1864)
            — Samuel Scott, The American Diver
            — Siamese Twins, Chang and Eng
            — Edward Sothern (1826-81)
                     'Lord Dundreary'
            T
            — Ellen Terry (Actress, 1848-1928)
            U-Z
            — 'Zazel' (Rosa Richter) (human cannonball)
            — Zuleilah

    §  Audiences
            — 'Among the Gods'
            — audience members (1) (2)
            — drama and the poor
            — Gallery audiences
    §  Dioramas, Panoramas et al.
            — Colosseum
            — Cosmorama
            — Cyclorama 
            — Diorama in Regent's Park
            — Eidephusicon
            — Frith's "Railway Station"  
            — Gallery of Illustration
            — an Oriental Diorama 
            — Panorama, Leicester Square
            — Stereorama 
            — Tourists' Gallery 
            — Wyld's Globe, Leicester Square
    §  Gilbert and Sullivan
    §  Music Hall
           §  Character of
               — Among the Music Hall Luminaries 
                        by James Greenwood 
               — An Anti-Idiotic-Entertainment Company
                        by James Greenwood 

               — East End (1) (2)
               — general comments
               — licensing / indecency
               — London Music Halls, by F. Anstey
               — Music Hall London by 
                        H.Chance Newton

               — Music Halls by J. Ewing Ritchie 
   
            — Music Halls by George Sims
   
            — Music Halls from 'Tempted London' (1)  
                        (2)

               — 'music-hall inanities'
               — music halls in 'London and Londoners' 
               — precursors of  
               — prostitution
               — refreshments
               — Temperance Music Halls 
           §  Halls
               see also Theatres below
               — Alhambra, see under Theatres, below
               — Albert Saloon 
               — Balham Empire
               — Bedford Music Hall
               — Britannia Theatre, Hoxton
               — Camberwell Palace
               — Cambridge Music Hall (1) (2)
               — Canterbury 1852, enlarged 1854/5 & 1858
               — Clapham Grand 
               — 'coffee music halls'
               — Croydon Palace
               — Deacons in Clerkenwell 1861
               — Deptford Empire
               — Eastern Empire (Bow)
               — Empire Theatre of Varieties 1887
               — Empress Music Hall (Brixton)
               — Euston Music Hall
               — Evans in Covent Garden 1855 (1) (2)
               — Forester's Hall 
               — Gatti's (Westminster Bridge Road)
               — Gatti's (Charing Cross)
               — Harwoods
               — Hackney Empire
               — Holloway Empire
               — Islington Empire
               — list of theatres, music halls &c. in 1895
               — London Music Hall
               — London Pavilion (1) (2) (3)
               — Medley
               — Metropolitan (Edgware Road)
               — Middlesex (Mogul)  (Drury Lane)
               — 'The Mogul'
               — New Cross Empire
               — Oxford Music Hall 1861 (1) (2)
               — Palace (London Road, Southwark)
               — Palace (Shaftesbury Avenue)
               — Paragon (Mile End) 
               — Philharmonic (1) (2)
               — Pilgrim's Hall 
               — Queen's Music Hall (Poplar)
               — Royal Albert ( Canning Town) 
               — Royal (Holborn)  
                        (pic from 'Living London' 1902)
               — Royal Standard (Pimlico)
               — South London Palace
               — Star (Bermondsey)
               — Strand Musick Hall 1864
               — Stratford Empire
               — Theatre of Varietes (Walham Green)
               — Weston’s in Holborn 1857 (1) (2)
               — Wiltons, Wellclose Sq. 1858
               — Wonderland
               — Wornum's
    §  Pantomimes
    §  Penny Gaffs
            — character of
    §  Plays
            — plots of popular drama
            — realism
    §  Private Theatricals
            — Dickens's Dictionary advice
    §  Theatres and Venues
         see also list of 'public halls'
         see also
Entertainment - Music and Musicians
         see also Theatre-Music Hall above
            — Adelphi
            — Agricultural Hall
            — Alhambra
            — Astleys
                  (see also Sanger's Amphitheatre)
            — Avenue Theatre
            — Batty's Hippodrome 
            — 'Behind the Scenes' 
            — Bijou Theatre
            — Bower (in Lambeth Marsh, ?c.1873)
            — Brunswick Theatre
            — Charing Cross Theatre
            — City of London Theatre
            — Coburg see The 'Vic'
            — Collins Music Hall
            — Comedy Theatre
            — Court Theatre
            — Covent Garden Theatre
            — Criterion Theatre
            — Daly's Theatre (1893)
            — Drury Lane Theatre
            — Duke's Theatre 
                    (see also Holborn Theatre Royal)

            — The Eagle
            — East End cheap theatres (1) (2)
            — East London Theatre
            — Effingham Saloon
            — Egyptian Hall
            — Elephant and Castle Theatre
            — The Empire Theatre
            — English Opera House see Lyceum Theatre
            — 'the evils of theatres'
            — Folly Theatre
            — Gaiety Theatre (1868)
            — Garrick Theatre, 
                    Charing Cross Road (1889-)
            — Garrick Theatre, Whitechapel
            — Globe Theatre
            — Grand, Islington
            — Grand Cirque, Holborn
                    see New Royal Amphitheatre 
            — Grecian Theatre see The Eagle
            — at Greenwich Fair
            — Haymarket Theatre
            — Hengler's Circus, Argyle Street (1872-?) 
            — Her Majesty's Theatre / Opera House
            — Hippodrome (1900-)
            — Holborn Theatre Royal
            — Imperial Theatre see Royal Aquarium
            — list of theatres, music halls & 
                    venues in 1895

            — Lyceum Theatre
            — Marylebone Theatre
            — New Royal Amphitheatre
            — Novelty Theatre
            — Olympia
            — Olympic Theatre
            — Opera Comique
            — Palace Theatre
            — Park Theatre
            — Pavilion Theatre (1) (2) (3)
            — Philharmonic Theatre
            — Polygraphic Hall
            — Polytechnic
            — prices for theatres
            — Prince of Wales's Theatre
                     (Tottenham Ct. Rd)

            — Prince of Wales's Theatre (Coventry St.) 
            — Princess's Theatre
            — Queen's Theatre (Regency Theatre)
            — Queen's Theatre (St. Martin's Hall)
            — Royal Alfred Theatre
            — Royal Amphitheatre 
                    see
New Royal Amphitheatre
            — Royal Aquarium
            — 'Royal Circus', East End
            — Royal Clarence Theatre 
            — Royal Court Theatre (1871)
            — Royal Effingham
            — Royal English Opera House, 
                    see
Palace Theatre
            — Royal Victoria see The 'Vic'
            — Royalty Theatre
            — Sadler's Wells
            — Sanger's Amphitheatre (see also Astley's)
            — Sans Souci Theatre
            — Savoy Theatre
            — Shaftesbury Theatre
            — St. George's Hall
            — St. James's Theatre
            — St. Martin's Hall see Queen's Theatre
            — Standard Theatre
            — Strand Theatre
            — Surrey Theatre
            — Terry's Theatre
            — 'a theatrical green-room and 
                    behind the scenes'

            — Variety (in Pitfield-street, c.?1873)
            — Vaudeville Theatre
            — The 'Vic' (Coburg)
            — The Walhalla