Electronic Catalogue - Volume 11

Date, first perf. Playwright Title Subtitle Place, first perf.
3 May 1853 Brough, William Trying it On A Farce in 1 Act Royal Lyceum Theatre
10 Jan. 1853 Reade, Charles Gold! A Drama in 5 Acts Theatre Royal, Drury Lane
13 April 1853 Paul, Howard The Mob Cap; or, Love's Disguises A Domestic Drama in 2 Acts Theatre Royal, Drury Lane
19 May 1853 Lawrence, Slingsby [G.H. Lewes] The Lawyers A Comedy in 3 Acts Royal Lyceum Theatre
13 June 1853 Byron, George Gordon Lord Sardanapalus, King of Assyria A Tragedy in 5 Acts. Adapted for Representation by Charles Kean Royal Princess's Theatre
16 June 1853 Paul, Howard Rappings and Table Movings An Original Farce in 1 Act Theatre Royal Haymarket
15 Feb. 1836 Planché, Mrs. Eliza A Handsome Husband A Comic Drama in 1 Act Royal Olympic Theatre
18 July 1853 Daly, John The Times An Original Drama in 3 Acts Royal Olympic Theatre
4 July 1853 Talfourd, Francis Shylock; or, The Merchant of Venice Preserved An Entirely new reading of Shakespeare, From an edition hitherto undiscovered by modern authorities, and which it is hoped may be received as the stray leaves of a Jerusalem Hearty-Joke Royal Olympic Theatre
21 Oct. 1833 Parry, Tom P.P.; or, The Man and the Tiger A Farce in 1 Act Royal Adelphi Theatre
[n.d.] Hazlewood, C.H. Going to Chobham; or, The Petticoat Captains A Farce in 1 Act City of London Theatre
5 Feb. 1842 [Anon.] Acis and Galatea An Opera. Arranged for Stage Presentation from the Serenata of Handel. The Poetry, with the exception of the Introductory Scene, by Gay. Selection and adaptation of the Introductory Passages and the entire orchestral arrangements by Mr. T. Cooke Theatre Royal, Drury Lane
March 1835 [1853?] Morton, John Maddison My First Fit of the Gout An Original Farce in 1 Act Queen's Theatre
[n.d.] Addison, H.R. Locked in with a Lady A Sketch from Life [n.p.]
[n.d.] Planché, J.R. Somebody Else A Farce in 1 Act Theatre Royal Haymarket

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