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The pit door at Drury Lane Theatre 1784 The British Library All

The pit door at Drury Lane Theatre 1784 The British Library All

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The pit door at Drury Lane Theatre, 1784

Portrait of Richard Brinsley Sheridan by Joshua Reynolds, 1788‒89

Gossip column and review of The School for Scandal

Oliver Goldsmith

The Pit Door/ La Porte du Parterre. Artist: After Robert Dighton the Elder ( British, London ca. 1752-1814 London). Dimensions: plate: 13 15/16 x 9 15/16 in.

Caricature satirising the 'long-winded speech' of Whig politician Richard Brinsley Sheridan,

Richard Brinsley Sheridan

Manuscript of The School for Scandal with revisions by Sheridan

The Pit Door/ La Porte du Parterre. Artist: After Robert Dighton the Elder ( British, London ca. 1752-1814 London); Publisher: Carington Bowles I

Title page of Bowles' New London Guide.

A theatrical candidate for manager of Drury Lane including Wroughton

Sentimental conversation cards

Harriette Wilson (1786-1845), courtesan, and her siblings

Mr. Joseph Munden (1758-1832), English comic actor who performed at

Screen with engraved maps, c. 1750

Imitations and Drury-Lane Theatre, from Boswell's Tour of the Hebrides. Thomas Rowlandson

Third time lucky for the actress, Ann Street Barry (1733-1801)

Chapter One: The Theatrical Context – the Georgian Theatre in England

Houghton Library

Mrs. Frances Abington (1737-1815), English actress who performed at Drury

Playbills for performances in London and Bristol

The Garrick theatre at Drury lane in London - Stock Image

Satire on the dispute between the managers of the Drury Lane Theatre and its players: · TheatresBritish MuseumPrint ...

Richard Brinsley Sheridan (1751-1816), Irish satirist, playwright and poet,

Playbill of "Drury Lane theatre" - The double gallant (1759) 18th Century

Engraving of Richard Brinsley Butler Sheridan (1751 – 1816) Irish satirist, playwright,

Hand coloured and tinselled print of Mr Elton as Sir Kenneth of Scotland disguised as the Nubian Slave, paper, paint, ink, foil and fabric, published by J L ...

Contending for a Seat etching

Sarah Siddons. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Covent Garden Theatre from Microcosm of London, courtesy of British Library

Portrait of British-American actor '

Playbill for the 1826 Drury Lane Aladdin

The Whip, mansion interior, photograph, Drury Lane, London, September 1909. © Victoria & Albert Museum, London

Playbill for a production of Hamlet, starring David Garrick.

Richard Wroughton as Essex in "The Earl of Essex". Courtesy of University of

Drury Lane Theatre, detail of auditorium lighting, London, England. The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation.

The Pit Door Bowles, Carington, born 1724 - died 1793; Enlarge image

The Drury Lane printshop

"A Sailing Match," -- by William Mulready (Irish-British, Victoria & Albert Museum, London.

STAGE OF DRURY LANE THEATRE IN 1808, LONDON, UK, 1893 engraving

Castle Theatre, Český Krumlov, Czech Republic; view of orchestra pit during performance of J. J. Fux's Giunone Placata (1725). Photographed June 3, 2005 by ...

1776. David Garrick appears as Hamlet at Drury Lane, "being the ...

Sarah Siddons as Euphrasia in Arthur Murphy's The Grecian Daughter, at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, in 1782

Mr. Garrick delivering his Ode at Drury Lane Theatre on dedicating a building & erecting

Theatre Royal Drury Lane

Agrandir ...

Fig.6: ”Melpomene” by James Ridgeway, London 1784 (British Museum

Amazon.com: The Castle of Otranto (9781500585198): Horace Walpole: Books

Portrait of Charles Kean as Richard II and John Ryder as Bolingbroke in Richard II by William Shakespeare, hand coloured photograph, Princess's Theatre, ...

A sketch of the 1788 Theatre Royal, Mosley Street, Newcastle.

Theatre Royal, 1819 (William Wilkins architect, 1778-1839), Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, England. Photographed October 4, 2007 by Carl R. Lounsbury. ...

View of the inner court of the Fleet Prison, with the prisoners playing rackets and

sophia ann goddard (drury lane). Evidently, the Dury Lane Theatre ...

The Royal Court Theatre (Sloane Square)

Mrs. Mary Ann Yates (1728-1787), English tragic actress who performed

The scandalous love triangle of Maria Foote, William Berkeley and Joseph 'Pea Green'

Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, c.

Fisher Theatre, Bungay, Suffolk, England; pit passage. Photographed April 19, 2006 by Willie Graham.

Teatro alla Scala (La Scala).

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Portrait of Sarah Siddons. Sarah Siddons was the ...

1747. The newly redecorated Drury Lane Theatre ...

Edward Dayes (British, 1763–1804), Drury Lane Theatre, 1795, 15 x 22 in. (38.1 x 55.9 cm.), pen and watercolor. Gilbert Davis Collection. The Huntington ...

The centre of the museum was redeveloped in 2001 to become the Great Court, surrounding the original Reading Room.

... being used for events); COST: Free; WEBSITE: www.cityoflondon.gov.uk /things-to-do/visit-the -city/attractions/guildhall-galleries/Pages/guildhall.aspx.

A color pictorial trade card for “Cyrene the Great” with the Sells Brothers' Circus, [c. 1885]. 3 1/2” x 6”; chromolithographed illustration to recto; ...

Enfield Town Station, Southbury Road, Enfield, London EN1 1YX John Keats(Poet)(Photos Taken: 12-Jun-2018)

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Westminster Abbey. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Great Surrey Street Interior view of the staircase in Surrey Theatre on Blackfriars Road which was

Castle Theatre, Drottningholm Sweden; detail of scenery tacked on the front of the flat framing. Photographed June 13, 2005 by Carl R. Lounsbury. ...

The British Lying-in Hospital, Holborn: the facade and an allegorical scene of

The Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, London, UK, illustration by Th. H

British Museum - Falstaff & the merry wives of Westminster, canvassing for their favourite member Ld. T-d.

This featured the hit song Hearts of Oak and introduced King Shakespeare at the head of an army of yokels who repel the French poltroons, aided by a foreign ...

Britain's Premier Theatre Circuit listing - Howard & Wyndham Ltd, 1954, including the Theatre

Dictionary of National Biography, Supplement, Vol III, How-Woodward, edited by Sidney Lee

Engraving, artist unknown, from National Library of Wales

Samuel Johnson. English author

49 1810 Theatre of Geo 3

William Pitt at the Coffee Houses of Lincoln's Inn

The view is from the north-east, looking down Russell Street at its intersection with Drury Lane. This shows the rear of the theatre ...

Advertising card for The Streets of London, Princess Theatre, coloured ink on paper, published by Concanen, Lee & Siebe, London, 1864. Museum no.

Unidentified English theatre, watercolor of section showing auditorium, red pelmets, stage, stage door, orchestra pit, orchestra seating with music stand ...

brunton (drury lane)3

Mr Weston and Mr Garrick in the characters of Scrub and Archer in The Stratagem,

THE ILLUSTRATORS THE BRITISH ART OF ILLUSTRATION 1800 -2014

This striking image was amongst a mixed lot of prints that I bought at auction and it struck me immediately as a strange choice for a dedications ...

2 Charles Grignion after E. F. Burney, frontispiece to A Catalogue of

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Nov 18, 2018 - Idris Elba attending 64th Evening Standard Theatre Awards, Theatre Royal

The Pit Door (theatre audience), printed by Carington Bowles, London 1784 With

Terminal 5 Departures, Heathrow Airport, Hounslow TW6 1RR Daniel Craig(Actor)(Photos Taken: 31-Mar-2019)

... on the situation at the end of the 1762/63 season--with a comment that Davies could be talking of 59/60 since the references are to Polly not Mandane:

The Whip, mansion exterior

A Newcastle Theatre Royal programme cover under the management of Howard & Wyndham Ltd - Courtesy