Electronic Catalogue - Volume 13

Date, first perf. Playwright Title Subtitle Place, first perf.
28 Sept. 1846 [Anon. (Tom Taylor)] "To Parents and Guardians! At Jubilee House Establishment, Clapham. Young Gentlemen are - - & c. & c." An Original Comic Drama in 1 Act Royal Lyceum Theatre
7 Nov. 1853 Brough, William How to Make Home Happy A Comic Drama in 1 Act Royal Lyceum Theatre
3 Dec. 1853 Coyne, Joseph Stirling The Hope of the Family An Original Comedy in 3 Acts Theatre Royal Haymarket
29 Nov. 1842 [1853] Parry, Tom A Cure for Love An Original Comedy in 2 Acts Theatre Royal Haymarket
16 Nov. 1853 Taylor, Tom A Nice Firm An Original Comic Drama in 1 Act Royal Lyceum Theatre
26 Dec. 1853 Planché, J.R. Once upon a Time there were Two Kings An Original Fairy Extravaganza in 2 Acts. Founded on Countess D'Aulnoy's Story of "La Princess Carpillon" Royal Lyceum Theatre
1 Nov. 1853 Vernon, Captain Leicester, M.P. The Lancers A Drama in 3 Acts Royal Princess's Theatre
1 Oct. 1849 [Anon.] The First Night A Comic Drama in 1 Act Royal Princess's Theatre
[n.d.] Lemon, Mark The Ladies' Club A Comic Drama in 2 Acts Royal Olympic Theatre
15 March 1830 Bayly, Thomas Haynes Perfection; or, The Lady of Munster A Comedy in 1 Act Theatre Royal, Drury Lane
17 Oct. 1853 [Anon. (Tom Taylor and J. Lang)] Plot and Passion An Original Drama in 3 Acts Royal Olympic Theatre
11 Feb. 1854 Simpson, John Palgrave and Charles Wray Ranelagh A Comic Drama in 2 Acts Theatre Royal Haymarket
20 Feb. 1854 Shakespeare, William King Richard the Third A Tragedy. Adapted by Colley Cibber. Address by Charles Kean Royal Princess's Theatre
4 April 1825 Amherst, J.H. Napoleon Bonaparte's Invasion of Russia; or, The Conflagration of Moscow A Miliary and Equestrian Spectacle in 3 Acts Astley's Royal Amphitheatre, Westminster Bridge
4 Dec. 1853 [Paris, 20 Oct. 1853] [Anon.] (Transl. by T.W. Robertson)* The Sea of Ice; or, The Prayer of the Wrecked, and the Gold-Seeker of Mexico A Romantic Drama in 5 Acts. Adapted from the French of MM. D'Ennery and Dugué (as "The Thirst of Gold, or the Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico") Adelphi Theatre

* Listed in Nicoll under an 1867 Glasgow production

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