Calendar for 1808-1809
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Calendar for 1808-1809
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THE LONDON STAGE 1800-1900

Joseph Donohue and James Ellis, General Editors

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THE SANS PAREIL THEATRE

(later THE ADELPHI THEATRE)

1806-1900

Calendar for 1808-1809

Edited by John W. Brokaw

A Publication of

The Adelphi Calendar Project

Alfred L. Nelson and Gilbert B. Cross, General Editors

Theodore J. Seward, Jr., Systems Analyst

Contents

The Season

The Sans Pareil opened late this season but remained open for more than 140 evenings between 3 December 1808 and 13 July 1809. Two companies performed at the theatre during this time. The resident Sans Pareil Company, under the management of Gabriel Giroux, ended its season 25 March (advertisement, 25 March LTM Collection). Holland of Covent Garden then took the house, as he had in the previous summer. However, there was no interval between winter and summer seasons and there was overlap in the repertory and the performer rosters. The Bashaw, The Magistrate, and Mother White Cap were given under both managements, Mother White Cap running for two months after March 25. In the absence of sufficient playbills, it is impossible to know all the actors who stayed on from the winter season, but advertisements tell that Jane M. Scott herself performed for the first month of the second season. James Kirby, making his first appearance at the Sans Pareil on 4 March, played Clown to the end of the summer, and Madame Louis danced Columbine in both February and July.

A small group of mature, skilled actors succeeded the largely juvenile company of the 1807-08 season this year. Some of these had been at Covent Garden when it burned in September 1808, including John Isaacs, Mrs. James F. Pyne and Slader. (It is possible that both S. Slader and Abraham Slader were at the theatre this season.) Lewin and Garbois, who were at Drury Lane when it burned in February 1809, came in the summer. Mrs. Garbois made her "first appearance on any stage" at this time as well. An important member of the company was Kirby, at various times in his career clown, dancer, scene painter and acting manager. Denham returned for a second season, and Hunt, described by the younger Charles Dibdin as "a clever little man," stayed from January to April, when he went to Sadler's Wells. He returned to the Sans Pareil the next winter. Mrs. Ridgway was Columbine this summer, as she had been in the previous year.

Most of the pieces given through April were the work of Jane Scott. The Magistrate, her successful play of the preceding season, returned in December 1808, for thirty-five performances. She performed The Rout, a song and recitation piece from the 1806-07 season, at her March 1809 benefit. Miss Scott also wrote at least three new pieces for the present season. The Bashaw: or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards, a "new musical melo Turkish piece," ran fifty-nine nights and was revived the next season. A laudatory review in the Times for 31 January said, "places at the Sans Pareil Theatre will soon be at a premium if the proprietor continues to bring forward such pieces as The Bashaw.... Miss Scott plays and sings the female Bashaw to admiration, nor does she look the worse for the assumed mustachios.... The other interludes are various and excellent and we are happy to add that the house is uncommonly well attended" (clipping in James Winston's Adelphi Scrapbook). The whole strength of the company appeared in this piece, as it did in The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood, a "grand new serio-comic spectacle" which ran the first sixty-seven nights of the season. Miss Scott's first pantomime, Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney, played from February to May. Kirby was Clown and Lardner Pantaloon. Hunt and Lewin played Harlequin and Madame Louis and Mrs. Ridgway Columbine.

The latter part of the summer saw brief runs of many pieces: comedies such as The Glimmer; or Sir Solomon's Wedding; the spectacles Double Defeat; or British Tars and Austrian Troops and Female Courage; or The Banditti of the Rock; the ballets Rozelli and Rosa and The Fish and the Ring; and the pantomimes The Deserter of Naples and Harlequin Cottager; or The Wandering Fairy. E. L. Blanchard in his "History of the Adelphi" notes that Harlequin Cottager was "written by and produced under the direction of Mr. Kirby, who not only designed and painted all the scenery, but acted Clown to the Harlequin of Mr. Garbois and the Columbine of Mrs. Ridgway" (Era Almanac, 1877, p. 2).

The Sans Pareil was a lively variety house once again. Henry Hengler walked the rope in the winter and the famous "Charming" Jack Richer did the same in the summer. Garbois leaped over ten men, and James Kirby danced on two ladders. Andrew Campbell gave his imitations of London actors. He also sang, as did Miss Samuels and Miss Ingle, Slader and Miss Woods. Goodwin, later ballet master at this house for a season, danced on the same program with Mrs. Ridgway, and he danced with Miss Twamley from the Opera House. Though Giroux's dance pupils of the preceding season had departed, several children performed. Master Aubun, an "infant phenomenon" whom Dibdin introduced at Sadler's Wells the previous spring, helped open the season on 3 December. He was advertised as a self-taught violinist, five years of age. Master Whale, "under seven years of age," danced a pas seul in January. Master James Wallack, "late of the Theatre Royal Drury Lane," performed in July.

This season the Sans Pareil enjoyed some stability in its staffing. Gabriel Giroux was now an experienced manager. James Sanderson was returning for his second season as bandleader and composer. Morris again designed and built the scenery. John Scott, free from day-to-day managing, concentrated on the stage machinery and on his "splendid artificial fireworks, unequalled in Europe" (news clip, 31 December 1808).

JB FM

Daily Calendar For 1808-1809


3 Dec 1808
Sat eve
Sans Pareil
3 Dec 1808
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) The Ghost in the Rigging-House; or, Woolwich in an Uproar (1)

Title Comment founded on a recent circumstance; not in Nicoll
AU: [Unknown]

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, next 5 Dec 1808

Genre (ballet) comic dance

1. correct view of the Rigging-House from Woolwich church-yard

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever?; Nicoll gives only 1808
AU: Miss [Jane M.] Scott, COMP: James Sanderson

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, next 5 Dec 1808

Genre (spectacle) grand new serio-comic spectacle

First Night Cast

principal characters: S. Slader, J[ohn] Isaacs, Woolf, Mrs. [James F.] Pyne, Miss [Jane M.] Scott

Cast Comment There are two spellings for Wolfe, but Woolf seems to predominate

Reference Cast

principal characters:
   S. Slader
   John Isaacs
   Woolf
   Mrs. James F. Pyne
   Miss Jane M. Scott

new music and overture

entirely new scenery

new dresses

"Posesses uncommon novelty of plot ... the rising of Lady Helen from the tomb ... [is] at once interesting and laughable"

General Non-Title Information

violin pieces: Master Aubun; instrumental selections: Signor Rivolta clip: "Signor Rivolta plays 3 or 4 instruments at the same time"; later advs say "4 or 5" instruments played by Signor Rivolta; Master Aubun identified in later advs as "a self-taught infant of 5 years of age"

address: Miss [Jane M.] Scott


5 Dec 1808
Mon eve
Sans Pareil
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) The Ghost in the Rigging-House; or, Woolwich in an Uproar (2)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 3 Dec 1808, next 6 Dec 1808

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (2)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 3 Dec 1808, next 6 Dec 1808


6 Dec 1808
Tue eve
Sans Pareil
6 Dec 1808
advertisement
The London Times

1) The Ghost in the Rigging-House; or, Woolwich in an Uproar (3)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 5 Dec 1808, next 7 Dec 1808

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (3)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 5 Dec 1808, next 7 Dec 1808


7 Dec 1808
Wed eve
Sans Pareil
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) The Ghost in the Rigging-House; or, Woolwich in an Uproar (4)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 6 Dec 1808, next 8 Dec 1808

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (4)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 6 Dec 1808, next 8 Dec 1808


8 Dec 1808
Thu eve
Sans Pareil
8 Dec 1808
advertisement
The London Times

1) The Ghost in the Rigging-House; or, Woolwich in an Uproar (5)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 7 Dec 1808, next 9 Dec 1808

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (5)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 7 Dec 1808, next 9 Dec 1808


9 Dec 1808
Fri eve
Sans Pareil
8 Dec 1808
advertisement
The London Times

1) The Ghost in the Rigging-House; or, Woolwich in an Uproar (6)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 8 Dec 1808, next 10 Dec 1808

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (6)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 8 Dec 1808, next 10 Dec 1808


10 Dec 1808
Sat eve
Sans Pareil
10 Dec 1808
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) The Ghost in the Rigging-House; or, Woolwich in an Uproar (7)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 9 Dec 1808, next 12 Dec 1808

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (7)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 9 Dec 1808, next 12 Dec 1808


12 Dec 1808
Mon eve
Sans Pareil
12 Dec 1808
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) The Ghost in the Rigging-House; or, Woolwich in an Uproar (8)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 10 Dec 1808, next 13 Dec 1808

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (8)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 10 Dec 1808, next 13 Dec 1808

General Non-Title Information

tight rope: [Henry] Hengler An advertisement in the Adelphi Scrapbook 20 December 1808 announces second week of Mr. Hengler


13 Dec 1808
Tue eve
Sans Pareil
12 Dec 1808
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) The Ghost in the Rigging-House; or, Woolwich in an Uproar (9)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 12 Dec 1808, next 14 Dec 1808

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (9)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 12 Dec 1808, next 14 Dec 1808


14 Dec 1808
Wed eve
Sans Pareil
14 Dec 1808
advertisement
The London Times

1) The Ghost in the Rigging-House; or, Woolwich in an Uproar (10)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 13 Dec 1808, next 15 Dec 1808

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (10)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 13 Dec 1808, next 15 Dec 1808


15 Dec 1808
Thu eve
Sans Pareil
14 Dec 1808
advertisement
The London Times

1) The Ghost in the Rigging-House; or, Woolwich in an Uproar (11)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 14 Dec 1808, next 16 Dec 1808

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (11)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 14 Dec 1808, next 16 Dec 1808


16 Dec 1808
Fri eve
Sans Pareil
16 Dec 1808
advertisement
The London Times

1) The Ghost in the Rigging-House; or, Woolwich in an Uproar (12)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 15 Dec 1808, next 17 Dec 1808

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (12)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 15 Dec 1808, next 17 Dec 1808


17 Dec 1808
Sat eve
Sans Pareil
16 Dec 1808
advertisement
The London Times

1) The Ghost in the Rigging-House; or, Woolwich in an Uproar (13)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 16 Dec 1808, next 19 Dec 1808

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (13)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 16 Dec 1808, next 19 Dec 1808


19 Dec 1808
Mon eve
Sans Pareil
19 Dec 1808
advertisement
The London Times

1) The Ghost in the Rigging-House; or, Woolwich in an Uproar (14)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 17 Dec 1808, next 20 Dec 1808

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (14)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 17 Dec 1808, next 20 Dec 1808

3) The Magistrate (1)

AU: [Miss Jane M. Scott]

Performances first 19 Dec 1808, next 20 Dec 1808

Genre (musical entertainment) [und]

First Night Cast

Edward: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

Reference Cast

Edward: Miss Jane M. Scott

20 Dec 1808
Tue eve
Sans Pareil
20 Dec 1808
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) The Ghost in the Rigging-House; or, Woolwich in an Uproar (15)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 19 Dec 1808, next 21 Dec 1808

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (15)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 19 Dec 1808, next 21 Dec 1808

3) The Magistrate (2)

Performances first 19 Dec 1808, previous 19 Dec 1808, next 21 Dec 1808

General Non-Title Information

tight rope: [Henry] Hengler


21 Dec 1808
Wed eve
Sans Pareil
20 Dec 1808
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) The Ghost in the Rigging-House; or, Woolwich in an Uproar (16)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 20 Dec 1808, next 22 Dec 1808

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (16)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 20 Dec 1808, next 22 Dec 1808

3) The Magistrate (3)

Performances first 19 Dec 1808, previous 20 Dec 1808, next 22 Dec 1808


22 Dec 1808
Thu eve
Sans Pareil
20 Dec 1808
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) The Ghost in the Rigging-House; or, Woolwich in an Uproar (17)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 21 Dec 1808, next 23 Dec 1808

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (17)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 21 Dec 1808, next 23 Dec 1808

3) The Magistrate (4)

Performances first 19 Dec 1808, previous 21 Dec 1808, next 23 Dec 1808


23 Dec 1808
Fri eve
Sans Pareil
20 Dec 1808
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) The Ghost in the Rigging-House; or, Woolwich in an Uproar (18)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 22 Dec 1808, next 26 Dec 1808

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (18)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 22 Dec 1808, next 26 Dec 1808

3) The Magistrate (5)

Performances first 19 Dec 1808, previous 22 Dec 1808, next 26 Dec 1808


24 Dec 1808
Sat eve
Sans Pareil

DARK: Christmas Eve


25 Dec 1808
Sun eve
Sans Pareil

DARK: Christmas Day


26 Dec 1808
Mon eve
Sans Pareil
26 Dec 1808
advertisement
The London Times

1) The Ghost in the Rigging-House; or, Woolwich in an Uproar (19)

Title Comment title of Ghost in the Rigging House changed to Woolwich Ghost
Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 23 Dec 1808, next 27 Dec 1808

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (19)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 23 Dec 1808, next 27 Dec 1808

3) The Magistrate (6)

Performances first 19 Dec 1808, previous 23 Dec 1808, next 27 Dec 1808


27 Dec 1808
Tue eve
Sans Pareil
27 Dec 1808
advertisement
The London Times

1) The Ghost in the Rigging-House; or, Woolwich in an Uproar (20)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 26 Dec 1808, next 28 Dec 1808

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (20)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 26 Dec 1808, next 28 Dec 1808

3) The Magistrate (7)

Performances first 19 Dec 1808, previous 26 Dec 1808, next 28 Dec 1808


28 Dec 1808
Wed eve
Sans Pareil
28 Dec 1808
advertisement
The London Times

1) The Ghost in the Rigging-House; or, Woolwich in an Uproar (21)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 27 Dec 1808, next 29 Dec 1808

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (21)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 27 Dec 1808, next 29 Dec 1808

3) The Magistrate (8)

Performances first 19 Dec 1808, previous 27 Dec 1808, next 29 Dec 1808


29 Dec 1808
Thu eve
Sans Pareil
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) The Ghost in the Rigging-House; or, Woolwich in an Uproar (22)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 28 Dec 1808, next 30 Dec 1808

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (22)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 28 Dec 1808, next 30 Dec 1808

3) The Magistrate (9)

Performances first 19 Dec 1808, previous 28 Dec 1808, next 30 Dec 1808


30 Dec 1808
Fri eve
Sans Pareil
30 Dec 1808
advertisement
The London Times

1) The Ghost in the Rigging-House; or, Woolwich in an Uproar (23)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 29 Dec 1808, next 31 Dec 1808

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (23)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 29 Dec 1808, next 31 Dec 1808

3) The Magistrate (10)

Performances first 19 Dec 1808, previous 29 Dec 1808, next 31 Dec 1808


31 Dec 1808
Sat eve
Sans Pareil
31 Dec 1808
advertisement
The London Times

1) The Ghost in the Rigging-House; or, Woolwich in an Uproar (24)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 30 Dec 1808, next 2 Jan 1809

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (24)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 30 Dec 1808, next 2 Jan 1809

3) The Magistrate (11)

Performances first 19 Dec 1808, previous 30 Dec 1808, next 2 Jan 1809


2 Jan 1809
Mon eve
Sans Pareil
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) The Ghost in the Rigging-House; or, Woolwich in an Uproar (25)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 31 Dec 1808, next 3 Jan 1809

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (25)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 31 Dec 1808, next 3 Jan 1809

3) The Magistrate (12)

Performances first 19 Dec 1808, previous 31 Dec 1808, next 3 Jan 1809


3 Jan 1809
Tue eve
Sans Pareil
3 Jan 1809
advertisement
The London Times

1) The Ghost in the Rigging-House; or, Woolwich in an Uproar (26)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 2 Jan 1809, next 4 Jan 1809

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (26)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 2 Jan 1809, next 4 Jan 1809

3) The Magistrate (13)

Performances first 19 Dec 1808, previous 2 Jan 1809, next 4 Jan 1809


4 Jan 1809
Wed eve
Sans Pareil
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) The Ghost in the Rigging-House; or, Woolwich in an Uproar (27)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 3 Jan 1809, next 5 Jan 1809

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (27)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 3 Jan 1809, next 5 Jan 1809

3) The Magistrate (14)

Performances first 19 Dec 1808, previous 3 Jan 1809, next 5 Jan 1809


5 Jan 1809
Thu eve
Sans Pareil
5 Jan 1809
advertisement
The London Times

1) The Ghost in the Rigging-House; or, Woolwich in an Uproar (28)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 4 Jan 1809, next 6 Jan 1809

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (28)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 4 Jan 1809, next 6 Jan 1809

3) The Magistrate (15)

Performances first 19 Dec 1808, previous 4 Jan 1809, next 6 Jan 1809


6 Jan 1809
Fri eve
Sans Pareil
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) The Ghost in the Rigging-House; or, Woolwich in an Uproar (29)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 5 Jan 1809, next 7 Jan 1809

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (29)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 5 Jan 1809, next 7 Jan 1809

3) The Magistrate (16)

Performances first 19 Dec 1808, previous 5 Jan 1809, next 7 Jan 1809


7 Jan 1809
Sat eve
Sans Pareil
7 Jan 1809
advertisement
The London Times

1) The Ghost in the Rigging-House; or, Woolwich in an Uproar (30)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 6 Jan 1809

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (30)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 6 Jan 1809, next 9 Jan 1809

3) The Magistrate (17)

Performances first 19 Dec 1808, previous 6 Jan 1809, next 9 Jan 1809


9 Jan 1809
Mon eve
Sans Pareil
12 Jan 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Village Sports; or, The Farmer's Birth Day (1)

AU: [Unknown]

Performances first 9 Jan 1809, next 10 Jan 1809

Time 6:30 Genre (ballet) new comic dance

No cast located

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (31)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 7 Jan 1809, next 10 Jan 1809

3) The Magistrate (18)

Performances first 19 Dec 1808, previous 7 Jan 1809, next 10 Jan 1809


10 Jan 1809
Tue eve
Sans Pareil
10 Jan 1809
advertisement
The London Times

1) Village Sports; or, The Farmer's Birth Day (2)

Performances first 9 Jan 1809, previous 9 Jan 1809, next 11 Jan 1809

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (32)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 9 Jan 1809, next 11 Jan 1809

3) The Magistrate (19)

Performances first 19 Dec 1808, previous 9 Jan 1809, next 11 Jan 1809


11 Jan 1809
Wed eve
Sans Pareil
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Village Sports; or, The Farmer's Birth Day (3)

Performances first 9 Jan 1809, previous 10 Jan 1809, next 12 Jan 1809

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (33)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 10 Jan 1809, next 12 Jan 1809

3) The Magistrate (20)

Performances first 19 Dec 1808, previous 10 Jan 1809, next 12 Jan 1809


12 Jan 1809
Thu eve
Sans Pareil
12 Jan 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Village Sports; or, The Farmer's Birth Day (4)

Performances first 9 Jan 1809, previous 11 Jan 1809, next 13 Jan 1809

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (34)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 11 Jan 1809, next 13 Jan 1809

3) The Magistrate (21)

Performances first 19 Dec 1808, previous 11 Jan 1809, next 13 Jan 1809


13 Jan 1809
Fri eve
Sans Pareil
12 Jan 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Village Sports; or, The Farmer's Birth Day (5)

Performances first 9 Jan 1809, previous 12 Jan 1809, next 14 Jan 1809

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (35)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 12 Jan 1809, next 14 Jan 1809

3) The Magistrate (22)

Performances first 19 Dec 1808, previous 12 Jan 1809, next 14 Jan 1809


14 Jan 1809
Sat eve
Sans Pareil
12 Jan 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Village Sports; or, The Farmer's Birth Day (6)

Performances first 9 Jan 1809, previous 13 Jan 1809, next 16 Jan 1809

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (36)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 13 Jan 1809, next 16 Jan 1809

3) The Magistrate (23)

Performances first 19 Dec 1808, previous 13 Jan 1809, next 16 Jan 1809


16 Jan 1809
Mon eve
Sans Pareil
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Village Sports; or, The Farmer's Birth Day (7)

Performances first 9 Jan 1809, previous 14 Jan 1809, next 17 Jan 1809

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (37)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 14 Jan 1809, next 17 Jan 1809

3) The Magistrate (24)

Performances first 19 Dec 1808, previous 14 Jan 1809, next 17 Jan 1809


17 Jan 1809
Tue eve
Sans Pareil
17 Jan 1809
advertisement
The London Times

1) Village Sports; or, The Farmer's Birth Day (8)

Performances first 9 Jan 1809, previous 16 Jan 1809, next 18 Jan 1809

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (38)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 16 Jan 1809, next 18 Jan 1809

3) The Magistrate (25)

Performances first 19 Dec 1808, previous 16 Jan 1809, next 18 Jan 1809


18 Jan 1809
Wed eve
Sans Pareil
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Village Sports; or, The Farmer's Birth Day (9)

Performances first 9 Jan 1809, previous 17 Jan 1809, next 19 Jan 1809

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (39)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 17 Jan 1809, next 19 Jan 1809

3) The Magistrate (26)

Performances first 19 Dec 1808, previous 17 Jan 1809, next 19 Jan 1809


19 Jan 1809
Thu eve
Sans Pareil
19 Jan 1809
advertisement
The London Times

1) Village Sports; or, The Farmer's Birth Day (10)

Performances first 9 Jan 1809, previous 18 Jan 1809, next 20 Jan 1809

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (40)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 18 Jan 1809, next 20 Jan 1809

3) The Magistrate (27)

Performances first 19 Dec 1808, previous 18 Jan 1809, next 20 Jan 1809


20 Jan 1809
Fri eve
Sans Pareil
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Village Sports; or, The Farmer's Birth Day (11)

Performances first 9 Jan 1809, previous 19 Jan 1809, next 21 Jan 1809

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (41)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 19 Jan 1809, next 21 Jan 1809

3) The Magistrate (28)

Performances first 19 Dec 1808, previous 19 Jan 1809, next 21 Jan 1809


21 Jan 1809
Sat eve
Sans Pareil
21 Jan 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Village Sports; or, The Farmer's Birth Day (12)

Performances first 9 Jan 1809, previous 20 Jan 1809, next 20 Feb 1809

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (42)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 20 Jan 1809, next 23 Jan 1809

3) The Magistrate (29)

Performances first 19 Dec 1808, previous 20 Jan 1809, next 24 Apr 1809


23 Jan 1809
Mon eve
Sans Pareil
23 Jan 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever; From the original Spanish tale
AU: Miss [Jane M.] Scott, COMP: James Sanderson, CHOR: Madame Louis

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, next 24 Jan 1809

Genre (musical entertainment) new musical melo Turkish piece

First Night Cast

principal characters: [Abraham] Slader, Woolf, J[ohn] Isaacs, Hunt, Denham, Mrs. [James F.] Pyne, Miss [Jane M.] Scott

Reference Cast

principal characters:
   Abraham Slader
   Woolf
   John Isaacs
   Hunt
   Denham
   Mrs. James F. Pyne
   Miss Jane M. Scott

"Places at the Sans Pareil theatre will soon be at a premium if the proprietor continues to bring forward such pieces as The Bashaw ... it truly is the most elegant thing of its kind that we ever witnessed ... She plays and sings the finale ... to admiration, nor does she look the worse for the assumed mustachios" Adelphi Scrapbook

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (43)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 21 Jan 1809, next 24 Jan 1809

General Non-Title Information

new comic song: [Andrew] Campbell

pas seul: Master [W?] Whale Master whale under 7 yrs of age, 1st app any stage

Imitations of London performers: [Andrew] Campbell


24 Jan 1809
Tue eve
Sans Pareil
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (2)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 23 Jan 1809, next 25 Jan 1809

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (44)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 23 Jan 1809, next 25 Jan 1809


25 Jan 1809
Wed eve
Sans Pareil
25 Jan 1809
advertisement
The London Times

1) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (3)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 24 Jan 1809, next 26 Jan 1809

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (45)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 24 Jan 1809, next 26 Jan 1809


26 Jan 1809
Thu eve
Sans Pareil
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (4)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 25 Jan 1809, next 27 Jan 1809

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (46)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 25 Jan 1809, next 27 Jan 1809


27 Jan 1809
Fri eve
Sans Pareil
27 Jan 1809
advertisement
The London Times

1) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (5)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 26 Jan 1809, next 28 Jan 1809

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (47)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 26 Jan 1809, next 28 Jan 1809


28 Jan 1809
Sat eve
Sans Pareil
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (6)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 27 Jan 1809, next 31 Jan 1809

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (48)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 27 Jan 1809, next 31 Jan 1809


30 Jan 1809
Mon eve
Sans Pareil

DARK: Martyr's Day


31 Jan 1809
Tue eve
Sans Pareil
31 Jan 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (7)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 28 Jan 1809, next 1 Feb 1809

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (49)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 28 Jan 1809, next 1 Feb 1809


1 Feb 1809
Wed eve
Sans Pareil
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (8)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 31 Jan 1809, next 2 Feb 1809

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (50)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 31 Jan 1809, next 2 Feb 1809


2 Feb 1809
Thu eve
Sans Pareil
2 Feb 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (9)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 1 Feb 1809, next 3 Feb 1809

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (51)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 1 Feb 1809, next 3 Feb 1809


3 Feb 1809
Fri eve
Sans Pareil
2 Feb 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (10)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 2 Feb 1809, next 4 Feb 1809

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (52)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 2 Feb 1809, next 4 Feb 1809


4 Feb 1809
Sat eve
Sans Pareil
2 Feb 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (11)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 3 Feb 1809, next 6 Feb 1809

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (53)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 3 Feb 1809, next 6 Feb 1809


6 Feb 1809
Mon eve
Sans Pareil
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (12)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 4 Feb 1809, next 7 Feb 1809

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (54)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 4 Feb 1809, next 7 Feb 1809


7 Feb 1809
Tue eve
Sans Pareil
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (13)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 6 Feb 1809, next 8 Feb 1809

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (55)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 6 Feb 1809, next 8 Feb 1809


8 Feb 1809
Wed eve
Sans Pareil
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (14)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 7 Feb 1809, next 9 Feb 1809

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (56)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 7 Feb 1809, next 9 Feb 1809


9 Feb 1809
Thu eve
Sans Pareil
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (15)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 8 Feb 1809, next 10 Feb 1809

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (57)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 8 Feb 1809, next 10 Feb 1809


10 Feb 1809
Fri eve
Sans Pareil
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (16)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 9 Feb 1809, next 11 Feb 1809

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (58)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 9 Feb 1809, next 11 Feb 1809


11 Feb 1809
Sat eve
Sans Pareil
11 Feb 1809
advertisement
The London Times

1) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (17)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 10 Feb 1809, next 13 Feb 1809

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (59)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 10 Feb 1809, next 13 Feb 1809


13 Feb 1809
Mon eve
Sans Pareil
11 Feb 1809
advertisement
The London Times

1) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (18)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 11 Feb 1809, next 14 Feb 1809

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (60)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 11 Feb 1809, next 14 Feb 1809


14 Feb 1809
Tue eve
Sans Pareil
11 Feb 1809
advertisement
The London Times

1) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (19)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 13 Feb 1809, next 16 Feb 1809

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (61)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 13 Feb 1809, next 16 Feb 1809


15 Feb 1809
Wed eve
Sans Pareil

DARK: Ash Wednesday


16 Feb 1809
Thu eve
Sans Pareil
11 Feb 1809
advertisement
The London Times

1) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (20)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 14 Feb 1809, next 18 Feb 1809

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (62)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 14 Feb 1809, next 18 Feb 1809


18 Feb 1809
Sat eve
Sans Pareil
11 Feb 1809
advertisement
The London Times

1) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (21)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 16 Feb 1809, next 20 Feb 1809

2) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (63)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 16 Feb 1809, next 20 Feb 1809


20 Feb 1809
Mon eve
Sans Pareil
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (22)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 18 Feb 1809, next 21 Feb 1809

2) Village Sports; or, The Farmer's Birth Day (13)

Performances first 9 Jan 1809, previous 21 Jan 1809, next 21 Feb 1809

3) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (64)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 18 Feb 1809, next 21 Feb 1809


21 Feb 1809
Tue eve
Sans Pareil
21 Feb 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (23)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 20 Feb 1809, next 23 Feb 1809

2) Village Sports; or, The Farmer's Birth Day (14)

Performances first 9 Jan 1809, previous 20 Feb 1809, next 23 Feb 1809

3) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (65)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 20 Feb 1809, next 23 Feb 1809

fireworks


23 Feb 1809
Thu eve
Sans Pareil
23 Feb 1809
advertisement
The London Times

1) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (24)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 21 Feb 1809, next 25 Feb 1809

2) Village Sports; or, The Farmer's Birth Day (15)

Performances first 9 Jan 1809, previous 21 Feb 1809, next 25 Feb 1809

3) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (66)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 21 Feb 1809, next 25 Feb 1809


25 Feb 1809
Sat eve
Sans Pareil
25 Feb 1809
advertisement
The London Times

1) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (25)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 23 Feb 1809, next 27 Feb 1809

2) Village Sports; or, The Farmer's Birth Day (16)

Performances first 9 Jan 1809, previous 23 Feb 1809, next 6 Mar 1809

3) The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (67)

Performances first 3 Dec 1808, previous 23 Feb 1809


27 Feb 1809
Mon eve
Sans Pareil
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (1)

AU: [Miss Jane M. Scott], COMP: James Sanderson

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, next 28 Feb 1809

Genre (comic pantomime) new comic pantomime

First Night Cast

Harlequin: Hunt; Columbine: Madame Louis; Pantaloon: Lardner; Clown: [James] Kirby (1st time here); Mother White Cap: [Mrs. Parkinson]

Cast Comment Cast taken from Adelphi Scrapbook entry 3 Mar 1809; Mrs. Parkinson may not have played the role until March 6

Reference Cast

Harlequin: Lewin
Columbine: Mrs. Thomas E.
   Ridgway

Pantaloon: Lardner
Clown: James Kirby
Mother White Cap: Mrs.
   Parkinson

DES, EXE: Morris

2) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (26)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 25 Feb 1809, next 28 Feb 1809


28 Feb 1809
Tue eve
Sans Pareil
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (2)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 27 Feb 1809, next 2 Mar 1809

Cast as reference cast (27 Feb 1809)

BUT Harlequin: Hunt
Columbine: Madame Louis

2) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (27)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 27 Feb 1809, next 2 Mar 1809


2 Mar 1809
Thu eve
Sans Pareil
2 Mar 1809
advertisement
The London Times

1) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (3)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 28 Feb 1809, next 4 Mar 1809

Cast as reference cast (27 Feb 1809)

BUT Harlequin: Hunt
Columbine: Madame Louis

2) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (28)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 28 Feb 1809, next 4 Mar 1809


4 Mar 1809
Sat eve
Sans Pareil
4 Mar 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (4)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 2 Mar 1809, next 6 Mar 1809

Cast as reference cast (27 Feb 1809)

BUT Harlequin: Hunt
Columbine: Madame Louis

2) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (29)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 2 Mar 1809, next 6 Mar 1809


6 Mar 1809
Mon eve
Sans Pareil
6 Mar 1809
advertisement
The London Times

Special Performance Benefit: Miss Scott

1) Village Sports; or, The Farmer's Birth Day (17)

Performances first 9 Jan 1809, previous 25 Feb 1809

2) The Rout (1)

AU: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

Performances first 6 Mar 1809

Genre (entertainment) [und]

First Night Cast

principal character: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

Reference Cast

principal character: Miss Jane
   M. Scott

3) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (5)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 4 Mar 1809, next 7 Mar 1809

Cast as reference cast (27 Feb 1809)

BUT Harlequin: Hunt
Columbine: Madame Louis

Mrs. Parkinson may have played Mother White Cap every night but no source covering the first night cast was located

4) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (30)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 4 Mar 1809, next 7 Mar 1809


7 Mar 1809
Tue eve
Sans Pareil
7 Mar 1809
advertisement
The London Times

1) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (6)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 6 Mar 1809, next 9 Mar 1809

Cast as reference cast (27 Feb 1809)

BUT Harlequin: Hunt
Columbine: Madame Louis

2) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (31)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 6 Mar 1809, next 9 Mar 1809


9 Mar 1809
Thu eve
Sans Pareil
9 Mar 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (7)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 7 Mar 1809, next 11 Mar 1809

Cast as reference cast (27 Feb 1809)

BUT Harlequin: Hunt
Columbine: Madame Louis

2) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (32)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 7 Mar 1809, next 11 Mar 1809


11 Mar 1809
Sat eve
Sans Pareil
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (8)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 9 Mar 1809, next 13 Mar 1809

Cast as reference cast (27 Feb 1809)

BUT Harlequin: Hunt
Columbine: Madame Louis

2) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (33)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 9 Mar 1809, next 13 Mar 1809


13 Mar 1809
Mon eve
Sans Pareil
13 Mar 1809
advertisement
The London Times

1) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (9)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 11 Mar 1809, next 14 Mar 1809

Cast as reference cast (27 Feb 1809)

BUT Harlequin: Hunt
Columbine: Madame Louis

2) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (34)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 11 Mar 1809, next 14 Mar 1809


14 Mar 1809
Tue eve
Sans Pareil
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (10)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 13 Mar 1809, next 16 Mar 1809

Cast as reference cast (27 Feb 1809)

BUT Harlequin: Hunt
Columbine: Madame Louis

2) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (35)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 13 Mar 1809, next 16 Mar 1809


16 Mar 1809
Thu eve
Sans Pareil
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (11)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 14 Mar 1809, next 18 Mar 1809

Cast as reference cast (27 Feb 1809)

BUT Harlequin: Hunt
Columbine: Madame Louis

2) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (36)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 14 Mar 1809, next 18 Mar 1809


18 Mar 1809
Sat eve
Sans Pareil
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (12)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 16 Mar 1809, next 20 Mar 1809

Cast as reference cast (27 Feb 1809)

BUT Harlequin: Hunt
Columbine: Madame Louis

2) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (37)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 16 Mar 1809, next 20 Mar 1809


20 Mar 1809
Mon eve
Sans Pareil
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (13)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 18 Mar 1809, next 21 Mar 1809

Cast as reference cast (27 Feb 1809)

BUT Harlequin: Hunt
Columbine: Madame Louis

2) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (38)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 18 Mar 1809, next 21 Mar 1809


21 Mar 1809
Tue eve
Sans Pareil
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (14)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 20 Mar 1809, next 23 Mar 1809

Cast as reference cast (27 Feb 1809)

BUT Harlequin: Hunt
Columbine: Madame Louis

2) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (39)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 20 Mar 1809, next 23 Mar 1809


23 Mar 1809
Thu eve
Sans Pareil
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (15)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 21 Mar 1809, next 25 Mar 1809

Cast as reference cast (27 Feb 1809)

BUT Harlequin: Hunt
Columbine: Madame Louis

2) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (40)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 21 Mar 1809, next 25 Mar 1809


25 Mar 1809
Sat eve
Sans Pareil
25 Mar 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (41)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 23 Mar 1809, next 3 Apr 1809

2) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (16)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 23 Mar 1809, next 3 Apr 1809

Cast as reference cast (27 Feb 1809)

BUT Harlequin: Hunt
Columbine: Madame Louis

song: Woolf; song: [Abraham] Slader; song: [Andrew] Campbell

Celebrated dance on two ladders: [James] Kirby

General Non-Title Information

last night of present Company's performance


3 Apr 1809
Mon eve
Sans Pareil
3 Apr 1809
advertisement
The London Times

1) The Fish and the Ring; or, Irish Frolic (1)

AU: [Unknown]

Performances first 3 Apr 1809, next 4 Apr 1809

Genre (ballet) new comic dance

2) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (42)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 25 Mar 1809, next 4 Apr 1809

3) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (17)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 25 Mar 1809, next 4 Apr 1809

General Non-Title Information

New performers for Easter holidays


4 Apr 1809
Tue eve
Sans Pareil
4 Apr 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) The Fish and the Ring; or, Irish Frolic (2)

Performances first 3 Apr 1809, previous 3 Apr 1809, next 5 Apr 1809

2) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (43)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 3 Apr 1809, next 5 Apr 1809

3) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (18)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 3 Apr 1809, next 5 Apr 1809


5 Apr 1809
Wed eve
Sans Pareil
5 Apr 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) The Fish and the Ring; or, Irish Frolic (3)

Performances first 3 Apr 1809, previous 4 Apr 1809, next 6 Apr 1809

2) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (44)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 4 Apr 1809, next 6 Apr 1809

3) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (19)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 4 Apr 1809, next 6 Apr 1809


6 Apr 1809
Thu eve
Sans Pareil
5 Apr 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) The Fish and the Ring; or, Irish Frolic (4)

Performances first 3 Apr 1809, previous 5 Apr 1809, next 7 Apr 1809

2) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (45)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 5 Apr 1809, next 7 Apr 1809

3) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (20)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 5 Apr 1809, next 7 Apr 1809


7 Apr 1809
Fri eve
Sans Pareil
5 Apr 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) The Fish and the Ring; or, Irish Frolic (5)

Performances first 3 Apr 1809, previous 6 Apr 1809, next 8 Apr 1809

2) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (46)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 6 Apr 1809, next 8 Apr 1809

3) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (21)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 6 Apr 1809, next 8 Apr 1809


8 Apr 1809
Sat eve
Sans Pareil
5 Apr 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) The Fish and the Ring; or, Irish Frolic (6)

Performances first 3 Apr 1809, previous 7 Apr 1809, next 10 Apr 1809

2) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (47)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 7 Apr 1809, next 10 Apr 1809

3) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (22)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 7 Apr 1809, next 10 Apr 1809


10 Apr 1809
Mon eve
Sans Pareil
10 Apr 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) The Fish and the Ring; or, Irish Frolic (7)

Performances first 3 Apr 1809, previous 8 Apr 1809, next 11 Apr 1809

2) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (48)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 8 Apr 1809, next 11 Apr 1809

3) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (23)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 8 Apr 1809, next 11 Apr 1809


11 Apr 1809
Tue eve
Sans Pareil
10 Apr 1809
advertisement
The London Times

1) The Fish and the Ring; or, Irish Frolic (8)

Performances first 3 Apr 1809, previous 10 Apr 1809, next 12 Apr 1809

2) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (49)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 10 Apr 1809, next 12 Apr 1809

3) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (24)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 10 Apr 1809, next 12 Apr 1809


12 Apr 1809
Wed eve
Sans Pareil
12 Apr 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) The Fish and the Ring; or, Irish Frolic (9)

Performances first 3 Apr 1809, previous 11 Apr 1809, next 13 Apr 1809

2) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (50)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 11 Apr 1809, next 13 Apr 1809

3) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (25)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 11 Apr 1809, next 13 Apr 1809

General Non-Title Information

Last week of the present entertainments and last week but one of Miss Scott's appearances


13 Apr 1809
Thu eve
Sans Pareil
12 Apr 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) The Fish and the Ring; or, Irish Frolic (10)

Performances first 3 Apr 1809, previous 12 Apr 1809, next 14 Apr 1809

2) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (51)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 12 Apr 1809, next 14 Apr 1809

3) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (26)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 12 Apr 1809, next 14 Apr 1809


14 Apr 1809
Fri eve
Sans Pareil
12 Apr 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) The Fish and the Ring; or, Irish Frolic (11)

Performances first 3 Apr 1809, previous 13 Apr 1809, next 15 Apr 1809

2) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (52)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 13 Apr 1809, next 15 Apr 1809

3) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (27)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 13 Apr 1809, next 15 Apr 1809


15 Apr 1809
Sat eve
Sans Pareil
12 Apr 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) The Fish and the Ring; or, Irish Frolic (12)

Performances first 3 Apr 1809, previous 14 Apr 1809, next 17 Apr 1809

2) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (53)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 14 Apr 1809, next 17 Apr 1809

3) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (28)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 14 Apr 1809, next 17 Apr 1809


17 Apr 1809
Mon eve
Sans Pareil
17 Apr 1809
advertisement
The London Times

1) The Fish and the Ring; or, Irish Frolic (13)

Performances first 3 Apr 1809, previous 15 Apr 1809, next 18 Apr 1809

2) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (54)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 15 Apr 1809, next 18 Apr 1809

3) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (29)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 15 Apr 1809, next 18 Apr 1809


18 Apr 1809
Tue eve
Sans Pareil
17 Apr 1809
advertisement
The London Times

1) The Fish and the Ring; or, Irish Frolic (14)

Performances first 3 Apr 1809, previous 17 Apr 1809, next 19 Apr 1809

2) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (55)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 17 Apr 1809, next 19 Apr 1809

3) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (30)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 17 Apr 1809, next 19 Apr 1809


19 Apr 1809
Wed eve
Sans Pareil
19 Apr 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) The Fish and the Ring; or, Irish Frolic (15)

Performances first 3 Apr 1809, previous 18 Apr 1809, next 20 Apr 1809

2) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (56)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 18 Apr 1809, next 20 Apr 1809

3) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (31)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 18 Apr 1809, next 20 Apr 1809


20 Apr 1809
Thu eve
Sans Pareil
19 Apr 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) The Fish and the Ring; or, Irish Frolic (16)

Performances first 3 Apr 1809, previous 19 Apr 1809, next 21 Apr 1809

2) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (57)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 19 Apr 1809, next 21 Apr 1809

3) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (32)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 19 Apr 1809, next 21 Apr 1809


21 Apr 1809
Fri eve
Sans Pareil
19 Apr 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) The Fish and the Ring; or, Irish Frolic (17)

Performances first 3 Apr 1809, previous 20 Apr 1809, next 22 Apr 1809

2) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (58)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 20 Apr 1809, next 22 Apr 1809

3) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (33)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 20 Apr 1809, next 22 Apr 1809


22 Apr 1809
Sat eve
Sans Pareil
19 Apr 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) The Fish and the Ring; or, Irish Frolic (18)

Performances first 3 Apr 1809, previous 21 Apr 1809, next 24 Apr 1809

2) The Bashaw; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (59)

Performances first 23 Jan 1809, previous 21 Apr 1809

3) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (34)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 21 Apr 1809, next 24 Apr 1809


24 Apr 1809
Mon eve
Sans Pareil
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) The Two Little Savoyards (1)

Title Comment fr the French with original music. The composer this season was Ryall who may have composed music for the new scenes mentioned in the NN bill, August 9, 1808
AU: [Unknown]

Performances first 24 Apr 1809, next 25 Apr 1809

Genre (musical entertainment) musical piece

First Night Cast

Lord Frederick: Woolf; Claremont: [Andrew] Campbell; bailiff: Denham; Joset: Michell; Two Little Savoyards: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway, Mrs. [James F.] Pyne

Cast Comment Cast taken from Adelphi Scrapbook 25 Apr 1809

Reference Cast

Lord Frederick: Woolf
Claremont: Andrew Campbell
bailiff: Denham
Joset: Michell
Two Little Savoyards:
   Mrs. Thomas E. Ridgway
   Mrs. James F. Pyne

2) The Fish and the Ring; or, Irish Frolic (19)

Performances first 3 Apr 1809, previous 22 Apr 1809, next 25 Apr 1809

3) The Magistrate (30)

Performances first 19 Dec 1808, previous 21 Jan 1809, next 25 Apr 1809

4) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (35)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 22 Apr 1809, next 25 Apr 1809

General Non-Title Information

performance on two ladders: [James] Kirby


25 Apr 1809
Tue eve
Sans Pareil
25 Apr 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) The Two Little Savoyards (2)

Performances first 24 Apr 1809, previous 24 Apr 1809, next 26 Apr 1809

2) The Fish and the Ring; or, Irish Frolic (20)

Performances first 3 Apr 1809, previous 24 Apr 1809, next 26 Apr 1809

3) The Magistrate (31)

Performances first 19 Dec 1808, previous 24 Apr 1809, next 26 Apr 1809

4) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (36)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 24 Apr 1809, next 26 Apr 1809


26 Apr 1809
Wed eve
Sans Pareil
25 Apr 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) The Two Little Savoyards (3)

Performances first 24 Apr 1809, previous 25 Apr 1809, next 27 Apr 1809

2) The Fish and the Ring; or, Irish Frolic (21)

Performances first 3 Apr 1809, previous 25 Apr 1809, next 27 Apr 1809

3) The Magistrate (32)

Performances first 19 Dec 1808, previous 25 Apr 1809, next 27 Apr 1809

4) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (37)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 25 Apr 1809, next 27 Apr 1809


27 Apr 1809
Thu eve
Sans Pareil
27 Apr 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) The Two Little Savoyards (4)

Performances first 24 Apr 1809, previous 26 Apr 1809, next 28 Apr 1809

2) The Fish and the Ring; or, Irish Frolic (22)

Performances first 3 Apr 1809, previous 26 Apr 1809, next 28 Apr 1809

3) The Magistrate (33)

Performances first 19 Dec 1808, previous 26 Apr 1809, next 28 Apr 1809

4) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (38)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 26 Apr 1809, next 28 Apr 1809


28 Apr 1809
Fri eve
Sans Pareil
27 Apr 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) The Two Little Savoyards (5)

Performances first 24 Apr 1809, previous 27 Apr 1809, next 29 Apr 1809

2) The Fish and the Ring; or, Irish Frolic (23)

Performances first 3 Apr 1809, previous 27 Apr 1809, next 29 Apr 1809

3) The Magistrate (34)

Performances first 19 Dec 1808, previous 27 Apr 1809, next 29 Apr 1809

4) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (39)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 27 Apr 1809, next 29 Apr 1809


29 Apr 1809
Sat eve
Sans Pareil
27 Apr 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) The Two Little Savoyards (6)

Performances first 24 Apr 1809, previous 28 Apr 1809, next 1 May 1809

2) The Fish and the Ring; or, Irish Frolic (24)

Performances first 3 Apr 1809, previous 28 Apr 1809, next 1 May 1809

3) The Magistrate (35)

Performances first 19 Dec 1808, previous 28 Apr 1809

4) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (40)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 28 Apr 1809, next 1 May 1809

General Non-Title Information

last nt of Miss Scott's performing


1 May 1809
Mon eve
Sans Pareil
2 May 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Rozelli and Rosa; or, The Faithless Friend (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever; not in Nicoll
CHOR: [Montague P?]. Corri

Performances first 1 May 1809, next 2 May 1809

Genre (ballet) new serious ballet of action

First Night Cast

principal characters: [James] Kirby, Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway

Reference Cast

principal characters:
   James Kirby
   Mrs. Thomas E. Ridgway

2) The Fish and the Ring; or, Irish Frolic (25)

Performances first 3 Apr 1809, previous 29 Apr 1809, next 2 May 1809

3) The Two Little Savoyards (7)

Performances first 24 Apr 1809, previous 29 Apr 1809, next 2 May 1809

4) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (41)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 29 Apr 1809, next 2 May 1809

General Non-Title Information

tarantula dance: [James] Kirby

performance on two ladders: [James] Kirby


2 May 1809
Tue eve
Sans Pareil
2 May 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Rozelli and Rosa; or, The Faithless Friend (2)

Performances first 1 May 1809, previous 1 May 1809, next 3 May 1809

2) The Fish and the Ring; or, Irish Frolic (26)

Performances first 3 Apr 1809, previous 1 May 1809, next 3 May 1809

3) The Two Little Savoyards (8)

Performances first 24 Apr 1809, previous 1 May 1809, next 3 May 1809

4) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (42)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 1 May 1809, next 3 May 1809


3 May 1809
Wed eve
Sans Pareil
2 May 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Rozelli and Rosa; or, The Faithless Friend (3)

Performances first 1 May 1809, previous 2 May 1809, next 4 May 1809

2) The Fish and the Ring; or, Irish Frolic (27)

Performances first 3 Apr 1809, previous 2 May 1809, next 4 May 1809

3) The Two Little Savoyards (9)

Performances first 24 Apr 1809, previous 2 May 1809, next 4 May 1809

4) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (43)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 2 May 1809, next 4 May 1809


4 May 1809
Thu eve
Sans Pareil
2 May 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Rozelli and Rosa; or, The Faithless Friend (4)

Performances first 1 May 1809, previous 3 May 1809, next 5 May 1809

2) The Fish and the Ring; or, Irish Frolic (28)

Performances first 3 Apr 1809, previous 3 May 1809, next 5 May 1809

3) The Two Little Savoyards (10)

Performances first 24 Apr 1809, previous 3 May 1809, next 5 May 1809

4) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (44)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 3 May 1809, next 5 May 1809


5 May 1809
Fri eve
Sans Pareil
2 May 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Rozelli and Rosa; or, The Faithless Friend (5)

Performances first 1 May 1809, previous 4 May 1809, next 6 May 1809

2) The Fish and the Ring; or, Irish Frolic (29)

Performances first 3 Apr 1809, previous 4 May 1809, next 6 May 1809

3) The Two Little Savoyards (11)

Performances first 24 Apr 1809, previous 4 May 1809, next 6 May 1809

4) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (45)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 4 May 1809, next 6 May 1809


6 May 1809
Sat eve
Sans Pareil
6 May 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Rozelli and Rosa; or, The Faithless Friend (6)

Performances first 1 May 1809, previous 5 May 1809, next 8 May 1809

2) The Fish and the Ring; or, Irish Frolic (30)

Performances first 3 Apr 1809, previous 5 May 1809, next 8 May 1809

3) The Two Little Savoyards (12)

Performances first 24 Apr 1809, previous 5 May 1809, next 8 May 1809

4) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (46)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 5 May 1809, next 8 May 1809


8 May 1809
Mon eve
Sans Pareil
6 May 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Rozelli and Rosa; or, The Faithless Friend (7)

Performances first 1 May 1809, previous 6 May 1809, next 9 May 1809

2) The Fish and the Ring; or, Irish Frolic (31)

Performances first 3 Apr 1809, previous 6 May 1809, next 9 May 1809

3) The Two Little Savoyards (13)

Performances first 24 Apr 1809, previous 6 May 1809, next 9 May 1809

4) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (47)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 6 May 1809, next 9 May 1809


9 May 1809
Tue eve
Sans Pareil
6 May 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Rozelli and Rosa; or, The Faithless Friend (8)

Performances first 1 May 1809, previous 8 May 1809, next 10 May 1809

2) The Fish and the Ring; or, Irish Frolic (32)

Performances first 3 Apr 1809, previous 8 May 1809, next 10 May 1809

3) The Two Little Savoyards (14)

Performances first 24 Apr 1809, previous 8 May 1809, next 10 May 1809

4) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (48)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 8 May 1809, next 10 May 1809


10 May 1809
Wed eve
Sans Pareil
6 May 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Rozelli and Rosa; or, The Faithless Friend (9)

Performances first 1 May 1809, previous 9 May 1809, next 11 May 1809

2) The Fish and the Ring; or, Irish Frolic (33)

Performances first 3 Apr 1809, previous 9 May 1809, next 11 May 1809

3) The Two Little Savoyards (15)

Performances first 24 Apr 1809, previous 9 May 1809, next 11 May 1809

4) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (49)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 9 May 1809, next 11 May 1809


11 May 1809
Thu eve
Sans Pareil
11 May 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Rozelli and Rosa; or, The Faithless Friend (10)

Performances first 1 May 1809, previous 10 May 1809, next 12 May 1809

2) The Fish and the Ring; or, Irish Frolic (34)

Performances first 3 Apr 1809, previous 10 May 1809, next 12 May 1809

3) The Two Little Savoyards (16)

Performances first 24 Apr 1809, previous 10 May 1809, next 12 May 1809

4) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (50)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 10 May 1809, next 12 May 1809


12 May 1809
Fri eve
Sans Pareil
11 May 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Rozelli and Rosa; or, The Faithless Friend (11)

Performances first 1 May 1809, previous 11 May 1809, next 13 May 1809

2) The Fish and the Ring; or, Irish Frolic (35)

Performances first 3 Apr 1809, previous 11 May 1809, next 13 May 1809

3) The Two Little Savoyards (17)

Performances first 24 Apr 1809, previous 11 May 1809, next 13 May 1809

4) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (51)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 11 May 1809, next 13 May 1809


13 May 1809
Sat eve
Sans Pareil
11 May 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Rozelli and Rosa; or, The Faithless Friend (12)

Performances first 1 May 1809, previous 12 May 1809, next 15 May 1809

2) The Fish and the Ring; or, Irish Frolic (36)

Performances first 3 Apr 1809, previous 12 May 1809, next 15 May 1809

3) The Two Little Savoyards (18)

Performances first 24 Apr 1809, previous 12 May 1809, next 15 May 1809

4) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (52)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 12 May 1809, next 15 May 1809


15 May 1809
Mon eve
Sans Pareil
13 May 1809
advertisement
The London Times

1) Rozelli and Rosa; or, The Faithless Friend (13)

Performances first 1 May 1809, previous 13 May 1809, next 16 May 1809

2) The Fish and the Ring; or, Irish Frolic (37)

Performances first 3 Apr 1809, previous 13 May 1809, next 16 May 1809

3) The Two Little Savoyards (19)

Performances first 24 Apr 1809, previous 13 May 1809, next 16 May 1809

4) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (53)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 13 May 1809, next 16 May 1809


16 May 1809
Tue eve
Sans Pareil
16 May 1809
advertisement
The London Times

1) Rozelli and Rosa; or, The Faithless Friend (14)

Performances first 1 May 1809, previous 15 May 1809, next 17 May 1809

2) The Fish and the Ring; or, Irish Frolic (38)

Performances first 3 Apr 1809, previous 15 May 1809, next 17 May 1809

3) The Two Little Savoyards (20)

Performances first 24 Apr 1809, previous 15 May 1809, next 17 May 1809

4) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (54)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 15 May 1809, next 17 May 1809


17 May 1809
Wed eve
Sans Pareil
16 May 1809
advertisement
The London Times

1) Rozelli and Rosa; or, The Faithless Friend (15)

Performances first 1 May 1809, previous 16 May 1809, next 18 May 1809

2) The Fish and the Ring; or, Irish Frolic (39)

Performances first 3 Apr 1809, previous 16 May 1809, next 18 May 1809

3) The Two Little Savoyards (21)

Performances first 24 Apr 1809, previous 16 May 1809, next 18 May 1809

4) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (55)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 16 May 1809, next 18 May 1809


18 May 1809
Thu eve
Sans Pareil
18 May 1809
advertisement
The London Times

1) Rozelli and Rosa; or, The Faithless Friend (16)

Performances first 1 May 1809, previous 17 May 1809, next 19 May 1809

2) The Fish and the Ring; or, Irish Frolic (40)

Performances first 3 Apr 1809, previous 17 May 1809, next 19 May 1809

3) The Two Little Savoyards (22)

Performances first 24 Apr 1809, previous 17 May 1809, next 19 May 1809

4) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (56)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 17 May 1809, next 19 May 1809


19 May 1809
Fri eve
Sans Pareil
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Rozelli and Rosa; or, The Faithless Friend (17)

Performances first 1 May 1809, previous 18 May 1809, next 20 May 1809

2) The Fish and the Ring; or, Irish Frolic (41)

Performances first 3 Apr 1809, previous 18 May 1809, next 20 May 1809

3) The Two Little Savoyards (23)

Performances first 24 Apr 1809, previous 18 May 1809, next 20 May 1809

4) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (57)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 18 May 1809, next 20 May 1809


20 May 1809
Sat eve
Sans Pareil
20 May 1809
advertisement
The London Times

1) Rozelli and Rosa; or, The Faithless Friend (18)

Performances first 1 May 1809, previous 19 May 1809, next 22 May 1809

2) The Fish and the Ring; or, Irish Frolic (42)

Performances first 3 Apr 1809, previous 19 May 1809

3) The Two Little Savoyards (24)

Performances first 24 Apr 1809, previous 19 May 1809, next 22 May 1809

4) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (58)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 19 May 1809, next 22 May 1809


22 May 1809
Mon eve
Sans Pareil
22 May 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Rozelli and Rosa; or, The Faithless Friend (19)

Performances first 1 May 1809, previous 20 May 1809, next 23 May 1809

2) The Two Little Savoyards (25)

Performances first 24 Apr 1809, previous 20 May 1809, next 23 May 1809

3) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (59)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 20 May 1809, next 23 May 1809

General Non-Title Information

"Scotch divertissement" [Goodwin]


23 May 1809
Tue eve
Sans Pareil
22 May 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Rozelli and Rosa; or, The Faithless Friend (20)

Performances first 1 May 1809, previous 22 May 1809, next 24 May 1809

2) The Two Little Savoyards (26)

Performances first 24 Apr 1809, previous 22 May 1809, next 24 May 1809

3) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (60)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 22 May 1809, next 24 May 1809


24 May 1809
Wed eve
Sans Pareil
22 May 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Rozelli and Rosa; or, The Faithless Friend (21)

Performances first 1 May 1809, previous 23 May 1809, next 25 May 1809

2) The Two Little Savoyards (27)

Performances first 24 Apr 1809, previous 23 May 1809, next 25 May 1809

3) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (61)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 23 May 1809, next 25 May 1809


25 May 1809
Thu eve
Sans Pareil
22 May 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Rozelli and Rosa; or, The Faithless Friend (22)

Performances first 1 May 1809, previous 24 May 1809, next 26 May 1809

2) The Two Little Savoyards (28)

Performances first 24 Apr 1809, previous 24 May 1809, next 26 May 1809

3) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (62)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 24 May 1809, next 26 May 1809


26 May 1809
Fri eve
Sans Pareil
22 May 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Rozelli and Rosa; or, The Faithless Friend (23)

Performances first 1 May 1809, previous 25 May 1809, next 27 May 1809

2) The Two Little Savoyards (29)

Performances first 24 Apr 1809, previous 25 May 1809, next 27 May 1809

3) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (63)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 25 May 1809, next 27 May 1809


27 May 1809
Sat eve
Sans Pareil
22 May 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Rozelli and Rosa; or, The Faithless Friend (24)

Performances first 1 May 1809, previous 26 May 1809, next 31 May 1809

2) The Two Little Savoyards (30)

Performances first 24 Apr 1809, previous 26 May 1809, next 31 May 1809

3) Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney (64)

Performances first 27 Feb 1809, previous 26 May 1809


31 May 1809
Wed eve
Sans Pareil
31 May 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Rozelli and Rosa; or, The Faithless Friend (25)

Performances first 1 May 1809, previous 27 May 1809, next 1 Jun 1809

2) The Two Little Savoyards (31)

Performances first 24 Apr 1809, previous 27 May 1809, next 1 Jun 1809

3) Harlequin Cottager; or, The Wandering Fairy (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever
AU: [Unknown]

Performances first 31 May 1809, next 1 Jun 1809

Genre (comic pantomime) comic pantomime

First Night Cast

Harlequin: [Unk]; Columbine: Madame Louis; Clown: [James] Kirby; Powder Monkey Peter: "Young Gentleman"

Reference Cast

Harlequin: Unk
Columbine: Madame Louis
Clown: James Kirby
Powder Monkey Peter: "Young
   Gentleman"

Cast supplied from Times adv 6 Jul 1809


1 Jun 1809
Thu eve
Sans Pareil
1 Jun 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Rozelli and Rosa; or, The Faithless Friend (26)

Performances first 1 May 1809, previous 31 May 1809, next 2 Jun 1809

2) The Two Little Savoyards (32)

Performances first 24 Apr 1809, previous 31 May 1809, next 2 Jun 1809

3) Harlequin Cottager; or, The Wandering Fairy (2)

Performances first 31 May 1809, previous 31 May 1809, next 2 Jun 1809


2 Jun 1809
Fri eve
Sans Pareil
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Rozelli and Rosa; or, The Faithless Friend (27)

Performances first 1 May 1809, previous 1 Jun 1809, next 3 Jun 1809

2) The Two Little Savoyards (33)

Performances first 24 Apr 1809, previous 1 Jun 1809, next 3 Jun 1809

3) Harlequin Cottager; or, The Wandering Fairy (3)

Performances first 31 May 1809, previous 1 Jun 1809, next 3 Jun 1809


3 Jun 1809
Sat eve
Sans Pareil
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Rozelli and Rosa; or, The Faithless Friend (28)

Performances first 1 May 1809, previous 2 Jun 1809, next 5 Jun 1809

2) The Two Little Savoyards (34)

Performances first 24 Apr 1809, previous 2 Jun 1809, next 5 Jun 1809

3) Harlequin Cottager; or, The Wandering Fairy (4)

Performances first 31 May 1809, previous 2 Jun 1809, next 5 Jun 1809


5 Jun 1809
Mon eve
Sans Pareil
5 Jun 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Rozelli and Rosa; or, The Faithless Friend (29)

Performances first 1 May 1809, previous 3 Jun 1809, next 6 Jun 1809

2) The Two Little Savoyards (35)

Performances first 24 Apr 1809, previous 3 Jun 1809, next 6 Jun 1809

3) Harlequin Cottager; or, The Wandering Fairy (5)

Performances first 31 May 1809, previous 3 Jun 1809, next 6 Jun 1809


6 Jun 1809
Tue eve
Sans Pareil
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Rozelli and Rosa; or, The Faithless Friend (30)

Performances first 1 May 1809, previous 5 Jun 1809, next 7 Jun 1809

2) The Two Little Savoyards (36)

Performances first 24 Apr 1809, previous 5 Jun 1809, next 7 Jun 1809

3) Harlequin Cottager; or, The Wandering Fairy (6)

Performances first 31 May 1809, previous 5 Jun 1809, next 7 Jun 1809


7 Jun 1809
Wed eve
Sans Pareil
7 Jun 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Rozelli and Rosa; or, The Faithless Friend (31)

Performances first 1 May 1809, previous 6 Jun 1809, next 8 Jun 1809

2) The Two Little Savoyards (37)

Performances first 24 Apr 1809, previous 6 Jun 1809, next 8 Jun 1809

3) Harlequin Cottager; or, The Wandering Fairy (7)

Performances first 31 May 1809, previous 6 Jun 1809, next 8 Jun 1809


8 Jun 1809
Thu eve
Sans Pareil
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Rozelli and Rosa; or, The Faithless Friend (32)

Performances first 1 May 1809, previous 7 Jun 1809, next 9 Jun 1809

2) The Two Little Savoyards (38)

Performances first 24 Apr 1809, previous 7 Jun 1809, next 9 Jun 1809

3) Harlequin Cottager; or, The Wandering Fairy (8)

Performances first 31 May 1809, previous 7 Jun 1809, next 9 Jun 1809


9 Jun 1809
Fri eve
Sans Pareil
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Rozelli and Rosa; or, The Faithless Friend (33)

Performances first 1 May 1809, previous 8 Jun 1809, next 10 Jun 1809

2) The Two Little Savoyards (39)

Performances first 24 Apr 1809, previous 8 Jun 1809, next 10 Jun 1809

3) Harlequin Cottager; or, The Wandering Fairy (9)

Performances first 31 May 1809, previous 8 Jun 1809, next 10 Jun 1809


10 Jun 1809
Sat eve
Sans Pareil
10 Jun 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Rozelli and Rosa; or, The Faithless Friend (34)

Performances first 1 May 1809, previous 9 Jun 1809

2) The Two Little Savoyards (40)

Performances first 24 Apr 1809, previous 9 Jun 1809

3) Harlequin Cottager; or, The Wandering Fairy (10)

Performances first 31 May 1809, previous 9 Jun 1809, next 6 Jul 1809


6 Jul 1809
Thu eve
Sans Pareil
6 Jul 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

Source Comment Adelphi Scrapbook misdated 9 July (Sunday) Special Performance Benefit: Garbois

1) Double Defeat; or, British Tars and Austrian Troops (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever; combining the naval engagement in Basque Roads and the achievements of the Austrians on banks of Danube
AU: [Unknown]

Performances first 6 Jul 1809

Genre (spectacle) entire new military and naval burletta spectacle

2) Britons Strike Home; or, Which of the Three? (1)

CHOR: [Unknown]

Performances first 6 Jul 1809, next 10 Jul 1809

Genre (comic entertainment) new comic dance

pas deux: Miss M. Twamley (fr EOH), Goodwin

3) Female Courage; or, The Banditti of the Rock (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever
AU: [Unknown]

Performances first 6 Jul 1809

Genre (spectacle) grand new serious spectacle

First Night Cast

Chief of the robbers: Garbois; Matilda (daughter to Loreska): Mrs. Garbois (1st time any stage)

Reference Cast

Chief of the robbers: Garbois
Matilda: Mrs. Garbois

4) Harlequin Cottager; or, The Wandering Fairy (11)

Performances first 31 May 1809, previous 10 Jun 1809, next 10 Jul 1809

Cast as reference cast (31 May 1809)

BUT Harlequin: Garbois

Cast Comment Garbois this night only

songs and duets: Miss Samuels, Miss Woods, Miss Ingle

hornpipe in character of British sailor: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway

leap over ten men: Garbois; performance on two ladders: [James] Kirby

General Non-Title Information

address: [Armstrong], Master [James W.] Wallack (of the late TR DL), Miss Dumbar (1st app)


10 Jul 1809
Mon eve
Sans Pareil
10 Jul 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Benefit: Powers

1) Britons Strike Home; or, Which of the Three? (2)

Performances first 6 Jul 1809, previous 6 Jul 1809, next 11 Jul 1809

2) Harlequin Cottager; or, The Wandering Fairy (12)

Performances first 31 May 1809, previous 6 Jul 1809, next 11 Jul 1809

Cast as reference cast (31 May 1809)

BUT Harlequin: Jack Richer

Cast Comment It is assumed Jack Richer played Harlequin, though the source only mentions his rope dancing

3) The Glimmer; or, Sir Solomon's Wedding (1)

AU: [Unknown]

Performances first 10 Jul 1809, next 11 Jul 1809

Genre (entertainment) new dramatic medley

4) The Deserter of Naples (1)

Title Comment Adelphi Scrapbook of 13 July 1809 says "2d perf," but the piece may have been played on the 11th and 12th making a total of 4 perfs
AU: [Unknown]

Performances first 10 Jul 1809, next 11 Jul 1809

Genre (pantomime) serious pantomime

First Night Cast

Henry: [Jack] Richer

Reference Cast

Henry: Jack Richer

General Non-Title Information

rope dancing: [Jack] Richer


11 Jul 1809
Tue eve
Sans Pareil
11 Jul 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Britons Strike Home; or, Which of the Three? (3)

Performances first 6 Jul 1809, previous 10 Jul 1809, next 12 Jul 1809

2) Harlequin Cottager; or, The Wandering Fairy (13)

Performances first 31 May 1809, previous 10 Jul 1809, next 12 Jul 1809

Cast as reference cast (31 May 1809)

BUT Harlequin: Jack Richer

3) The Glimmer; or, Sir Solomon's Wedding (2)

Performances first 10 Jul 1809, previous 10 Jul 1809, next 12 Jul 1809

4) The Deserter of Naples (2)

Performances first 10 Jul 1809, previous 10 Jul 1809, next 12 Jul 1809


12 Jul 1809
Wed eve
Sans Pareil
11 Jul 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Britons Strike Home; or, Which of the Three? (4)

Performances first 6 Jul 1809, previous 11 Jul 1809, next 13 Jul 1809

2) Harlequin Cottager; or, The Wandering Fairy (14)

Performances first 31 May 1809, previous 11 Jul 1809, next 13 Jul 1809

Cast as reference cast (31 May 1809)

BUT Harlequin: Jack Richer

3) The Glimmer; or, Sir Solomon's Wedding (3)

Performances first 10 Jul 1809, previous 11 Jul 1809, next 13 Jul 1809

4) The Deserter of Naples (3)

Performances first 10 Jul 1809, previous 11 Jul 1809, next 13 Jul 1809


13 Jul 1809
Thu eve
Sans Pareil
13 Jul 1809
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Britons Strike Home; or, Which of the Three? (5)

Performances first 6 Jul 1809, previous 12 Jul 1809

2) Harlequin Cottager; or, The Wandering Fairy (15)

Performances first 31 May 1809, previous 12 Jul 1809

Cast as reference cast (31 May 1809)

BUT Harlequin: Jack Richer

3) The Glimmer; or, Sir Solomon's Wedding (4)

Performances first 10 Jul 1809, previous 12 Jul 1809

4) The Deserter of Naples (4)

Performances first 10 Jul 1809, previous 12 Jul 1809

Theatre Information

Sans Pareil Theatre. Doors open 5:30, curtain 6:30, half price 8:30.

Ticket prices: box 4/-, pit 2/-.

Seasonal Dates

3 December 1808 - 13 July 1809 146 performances: 146 evening

Benefit (3): Miss Scott (6 Mar 1809)
Garbois (6 Jul 1809)
Powers (10 Jul 1809)
Dark (4): Christmas Eve (24 Dec 1808)
Christmas Day (25 Dec 1808)
Martyr's Day (30 Jan 1809)
Ash Wednesday (15 Feb 1809)

Theatre Management And Functionaries

Authors/Pieces

Scott, Miss Jane M. Bashaw, The (23 Jan 1809)
Magistrate, The (19 Dec 1808)
Mother White Cap (27 Feb 1809)
Red Robber, The (3 Dec 1808)
Rout, The (6 Mar 1809)
Unknown Deserter of Naples, The (10 Jul 1809)
Double Defeat (6 Jul 1809)
Female Courage (6 Jul 1809)
Fish and the Ring, The (3 Apr 1809)
Ghost in the Rigging-House, The (3 Dec 1808)
Glimmer, The (10 Jul 1809)
Harlequin Cottager (31 May 1809)
Two Little Savoyards, The (24 Apr 1809)
Village Sports (9 Jan 1809)

Musical Composers And Arrangers

Sanderson, James Bashaw, The (23 Jan 1809)
Mother White Cap (27 Feb 1809)
Red Robber, The (3 Dec 1808)

Choreographers

Corri, Montague P?. Rozelli and Rosa (1 May 1809)
Louis, Madame Bashaw, The (23 Jan 1809)
Unknown Britons Strike Home (6 Jul 1809)

Actors

Campbell, Andrew

Claremont (40) in Two Little Savoyards (24 Apr 1809 - 10 Jun 1809)

Denham

principal characters (59) in Bashaw (23 Jan 1809 - 22 Apr 1809); bailiff (40) in Two Little Savoyards (24 Apr 1809 - 10 Jun 1809)

Garbois

Chief of the robbers (1) in Female Courage (6 Jul 1809); Harlequin (1) in Harlequin Cottager (6 Jul 1809)

Hunt

principal characters (59) in Bashaw (23 Jan 1809 - 22 Apr 1809); Harlequin (16) in Mother White Cap (27 Feb 1809 - 25 Mar 1809)

Isaacs, John

principal characters (59) in Bashaw (23 Jan 1809 - 22 Apr 1809); principal characters (67) in Red Robber (3 Dec 1808 - 25 Feb 1809)

Kirby, James

Clown (15) in Harlequin Cottager (31 May 1809 - 13 Jul 1809); Clown (64) in Mother White Cap (27 Feb 1809 - 27 May 1809); principal characters (34) in Rozelli and Rosa (1 May 1809 - 10 Jun 1809)

Lardner

Pantaloon (64) in Mother White Cap (27 Feb 1809 - 27 May 1809)

Lewin

Harlequin (48) in Mother White Cap (3 Apr 1809 - 27 May 1809)

Michell

Joset (40) in Two Little Savoyards (24 Apr 1809 - 10 Jun 1809)

Richer, Jack

Henry (4) in Deserter of Naples (10 Jul 1809 - 13 Jul 1809); Harlequin (4) in Harlequin Cottager (10 Jul 1809 - 13 Jul 1809)

Slader, Abraham

principal characters (59) in Bashaw (23 Jan 1809 - 22 Apr 1809)

Slader, S.

principal characters (67) in Red Robber (3 Dec 1808 - 25 Feb 1809)

Woolf

principal characters (59) in Bashaw (23 Jan 1809 - 22 Apr 1809); principal characters (67) in Red Robber (3 Dec 1808 - 25 Feb 1809); Lord Frederick (40) in Two Little Savoyards (24 Apr 1809 - 10 Jun 1809)

Actresses

Garbois, Mrs.

Matilda (1) in Female Courage (6 Jul 1809)

Louis, Madame

Columbine (15) in Harlequin Cottager (31 May 1809 - 13 Jul 1809); Columbine (16) in Mother White Cap (27 Feb 1809 - 25 Mar 1809)

Parkinson, Mrs.

Mother White Cap (64) in Mother White Cap (27 Feb 1809 - 27 May 1809)

Pyne, Mrs. James F.

principal characters (59) in Bashaw (23 Jan 1809 - 22 Apr 1809); principal characters (67) in Red Robber (3 Dec 1808 - 25 Feb 1809); Two Little Savoyards (40) in Two Little Savoyards (24 Apr 1809 - 10 Jun 1809)

Ridgway, Mrs. Thomas E.

Columbine (48) in Mother White Cap (3 Apr 1809 - 27 May 1809); principal characters (34) in Rozelli and Rosa (1 May 1809 - 10 Jun 1809); Two Little Savoyards (40) in Two Little Savoyards (24 Apr 1809 - 10 Jun 1809)

Scott, Miss Jane M.

principal characters (59) in Bashaw (23 Jan 1809 - 22 Apr 1809); Edward (35) in Magistrate (19 Dec 1808 - 29 Apr 1809); principal characters (67) in Red Robber (3 Dec 1808 - 25 Feb 1809); principal character (1) in Rout (6 Mar 1809)

Musicians

Singers

Dancers

Entertainers

Pieces Performed And Summary Cast Lists

* Bashaw, The; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards

(musical entertainment) by Miss Jane M. Scott, James Sanderson (comp), Madame Louis (chor) (59 times, 23 Jan 1809 - 22 Apr 1809)

Summary Cast:

Britons Strike Home; or, Which of the Three?

(comic entertainment) by Unknown (chor) (5 times, 6 Jul 1809 - 13 Jul 1809)

Deserter of Naples, The

(pantomime) by Unknown (4 times, 10 Jul 1809 - 13 Jul 1809)

Summary Cast:

* Double Defeat; or, British Tars and Austrian Troops

(spectacle) by Unknown (1 time, 6 Jul 1809)

* Female Courage; or, The Banditti of the Rock

(spectacle) by Unknown (1 time, 6 Jul 1809)

Summary Cast:

Fish and the Ring, The; or, Irish Frolic

(ballet) by Unknown (42 times, 3 Apr 1809 - 20 May 1809)

Ghost in the Rigging-House, The; or, Woolwich in an Uproar

(ballet) by Unknown (30 times, 3 Dec 1808 - 7 Jan 1809)

Glimmer, The; or, Sir Solomon's Wedding

(entertainment) by Unknown (4 times, 10 Jul 1809 - 13 Jul 1809)

* Harlequin Cottager; or, The Wandering Fairy

(comic pantomime) by Unknown (15 times, 31 May 1809 - 13 Jul 1809)

Summary Cast:

Magistrate, The

(musical entertainment) by Miss Jane M. Scott (35 times, 19 Dec 1808 - 29 Apr 1809)

Summary Cast:

Mother White Cap; or, Hey Up the Chimney

(comic pantomime) by Miss Jane M. Scott, James Sanderson (comp) (64 times, 27 Feb 1809 - 27 May 1809)

Summary Cast:

* Red Robber, The; or, The Statue in the Wood

(spectacle) by Miss Jane M. Scott, James Sanderson (comp) (67 times, 3 Dec 1808 - 25 Feb 1809)

Summary Cast:

Rout, The

(entertainment) by Miss Jane M. Scott (1 time, 6 Mar 1809)

Summary Cast:

* Rozelli and Rosa; or, The Faithless Friend

(ballet) by Montague P?. Corri (chor) (34 times, 1 May 1809 - 10 Jun 1809)

Summary Cast:

Two Little Savoyards, The

(musical entertainment) by Unknown (40 times, 24 Apr 1809 - 10 Jun 1809)

Summary Cast:

Village Sports; or, The Farmer's Birth Day

(ballet) by Unknown (17 times, 9 Jan 1809 - 6 Mar 1809)

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