Electronic Catalogue - Volume 24

Date, first perf. Playwright Title Subtitle Place, first perf.
22 Oct. 1855 Morton, John Maddison Don't Judge by Appearances A Farce in 1 Act Royal Princess's Theatre
April 1855 Lemon, Mark The Slow Man A Farce in 1 Act Royal Adelphi Theatre
15 July 1747 Coleman, George, the Younger The Heir at Law A Comedy in 5 Acts Theatre Royal Haymarket
10 Feb. 1819 Sheil, Richard Lalor Evadne; or, The Statue A Tragedy in 3 Acts. Altered from Rivers and Shirley Theatre Royal, Covent Garden
6 Sept. 1827 Kenney, James Spring and Autumn; or, Married for Money A Comic Drama in 2 Acts. Adapted from the French Theatre Royal Haymarket
29 Oct. 1855 [Anon.] Twenty Minutes with a Tiger A Farce in 1 Act. Adapted from the French Theatre Royal, Drury Lane
28 March 1842 Planché, J.R. The White Cat A Grand Comic, Romantic, Operatic Melo-Dramatic, Fairy Extravaganza in 2 Acts Theatre Royal, Covent Garden
20 Oct. 1855 Coyne, Joseph Stirling Catching a Mermaid An Amphibious Piece of Extravagance in 1 Act Royal Olympic Theatre
18 April 1854 Lawrence, Slingsby [G.H. Lewes] Give a Dog a Bad Name A Farce in 1 Act Royal Lyceum Theatre
April 1854 Lawrence, Slingsby [G.H. Lewes] A Cozy Couple A Farce in 1 Act Royal Lyceum Theatre
29 March 1851 Boucicault, Dion The Queen of Spades A Drama in 2 Acts. Adapted from "La Dame de Pique" Theatre Royal, Drury Lane
26 Dec. 1855 Planché, J.R. The Discreet Princess; or, The Three Glass Distaffs A New and Doubly-Moral though Excessively Old Melodramatic Fairy Extravaganza in 1 Act. Founded on the Story of "L'Adroite Princesse," in "Les Contes de la Mere L'Oie" by Charles Perrault Royal Olympic Theatre
3 Dec. 1855 Oxenford, John Five Pounds Reward A Farce in 1 Act Royal Olympic Theatre
26 Nov. 1835 [1855?] Oxenford, John Twice Killed A Farce in 1 Act Royal Olympic Theatre
7 Jan. 1856 Coyne, Joseph Stirling "Urgent Private Affairs" An Original Farce in 1 Act Adelphi Theatre

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