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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)

(COVENT GARDEN COMPANY)

1806-1900

Calendar for Summer 1810

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

Holland of Covent Garden again leased the theatre for the summer. This year, John “Jack” Bologna joined him in the enterprise. A notice found in the Adelphi Scrapbook offered the following assurance: "Messrs. Bologna, Jr. and Holland are determined to strain every nerve in bringing forward such amusements as at least shall deserve the liberal sanction of a generous public" (25 July 1810).

John P. Bologna and his wife had been with Charles Dibdin, the younger, at Sadler's Wells and Dublin for several years. The announcements for this season claimed Bologna and Mrs. Wybrow were the first Harlequin and Columbine in Europe. Even allowing for the usual puffery of nineteenth (and twentieth) century theatre managers, this statement serves to remind the reader of the quality of performances at the Sans Pareil--even in its early days.

John Bologna was often billed as "Junior." The father, his wife and two sons "Jack" and Louis, and daughter Barbara were all on the stage. John had some knowledge of chemistry and general science and was later to become a popular Lenten performer at the Adelphi. His "Pictorial, Optical and Mechanical Exhibitions" were popular for many seasons.

The season included several songs performed mainly by William Pearman, who was to become a major singer on the stage, and John Isaacs. The former sang "Bound Prentice to a Waterman" which was to be a favorite at the theatre. Isaacs was to suffer the terrible misfortune of losing his sight some twenty years later, leading to a benefit at Covent Garden where "the public so liberally expressed their commiseration" (Dibdin Memoirs, p. 102).

There were some dances, including a "hornpipe of three" and a "hornpipe in fetters." In the course of Fortune's Gift (28 May 1810), the comic dance from Mother Goose was performed by Richard Norman and Auld.

Master Edwards, four years old, performed "Protean exercises," but what various forms they took is not described. On May 28, despite his youth, he did a "drunken and dying" scene and on June 25 "several feats of activity"--again not described.

The number of performances this season is impossible to calculate accurately because sources are limited, but the season certainly lasted longer than the summer season of 1808. It was considerably less stressful than the season at the new Covent Garden Theatre, which had been truncated by the "Old Price" riots, lasting from 18 September to 15 December 1809.

Pieces remained essentially non-dramatic, in keeping with Scott's magistrate's license. There was an emphasis on pantomime and spectacle performed by some of the prominent names of the stage, Richard Norman, Jack Bologna, and Mrs. Wybrow. There were three ballets because the company was composed in part of the Covent Garden Corps de Ballet.

It was the last summer season for these Covent Garden performers, but it is safe to assume the public was satisfied Bologna and Holland had "strained every nerve" and gained "the liberal sanction of a generous public."

JB GBC

Daily Calendar For SUMMER 1810


23 Apr 1810
Mon eve
Covent Garden
23 Apr 1810
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Love in a Village; or, The Blue Coat Boy (1)

CHOR: John P. Bologna

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, next 24 Apr 1810

Genre (ballet) new comic dances

First Night Cast

principal characters: [Richard] Norman (fr TR CG), Auld, Lardner, Master Lardner, Miss H. Bologna, Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway, Mme. S. Frederic (fr King's Theatre, 1st time here)

Cast Comment Miss N. Loder married a Mr. Ridgway in 1805 according to Highfill, Biographical Dictioary, 12, 380. She was reported to have retired to have retired "shortly after"

Reference Cast

principal characters:
   Richard Norman
   Auld
   Lardner
   Master Lardner
   Miss H. Bologna
   Mme. S. Frederic
   Mrs. Thomas E. Ridgway

2) Percy and Genoura; or, Edinburgh Castle (1)

Title Comment not in Nicoll
AU: [John?] Holland, COMP: Ryall
Au Comm Ryall from TR C G

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, next 24 Apr 1810

Genre (spectacle) grand Scotch spectacle

First Night Cast

Angus (King of Scotland): Lardner; Belarmo (friend of Godfredo): Auld; Captainus: J[ohn] Isaacs; Lieutano: Thorpe (fr Astley's); Ensarmo: [Robert?] Stebbing; Concordo: [Montague P.?] Corri (fr Royalty); Emnamus: Bradby; Rabono: Brown; Travapan: Youens; principal dancer at banquet: Miss H. Bologna; heralds, servants, attendants, officers, dancers: [Unlisted]; Percy (Knight of Jerusalem): [Richard] Norman; Hindoo (servant to Prince): [John?] Holland; Godfredo (chieftain): [John P.] Bologna (fr TR CG); Genoura (Princess of Scotland): Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott; Hellena (Genoura's confidante): Mme. S. Frederic; Almeyda (peasant child adopted by Genoura): Miss Deveulle (fr Opera House, 1st time here); attendant: Miss [Barbara] Bologna

Cast Comment There was an Montague Corri, son of Domenico, but he was never listed as an actor

Reference Cast

Angus: Lardner
Belarmo: Auld
Captainus: John Isaacs
Lieutano: Thorpe
Ensarmo: Robert? Stebbing
Concordo: Montague P.? Corri
Emnamus: Bradby
Rabono: Brown
Travapan: Youens
principal dancer at banquet:
   Miss H. Bologna
heralds, servants, attendants,
   officers, dancers: Unlisted
Percy: Richard Norman
Hindoo: John? Holland
Godfredo: John P. Bologna
Genoura: Mrs. Elizabeth Pincott
Hellena: Mme. S. Frederic
Almeyda: Miss Deveulle
attendant: Miss Barbara Bologna

combat of ten and the total overthrow of a banditti of robbers; (finale) "grand tournament in large amphitheatre in which will be portrayed combats with the battle axe, daggers, swords"

1. drawing room of the princess; 2. a banquet; 3. Godfredo's apartment; 4. a wood; 5. garden with distant view of Edinburgh castle; 6. front view of same; 7. a street in Edinburgh

3) All Alive in Greenwich; or, Easter Week (1)

Title Comment not in Nicoll
AU: [Unknown]

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, next 24 Apr 1810

Genre (divertissement) musical divertissement

First Night Cast

principal characters: Thorpe, J[ohn] Isaacs, [Robert?] Stebbing, Lardner, Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway, Miss [Barbara] Bologna

Reference Cast

principal characters:
   Thorpe
   John Isaacs
   Robert? Stebbing
   Lardner
   Mrs. Thomas E. Ridgway
   Miss Barbara Bologna

4) The Fiery Cauldron; or, Harlequin on Tip Toe (1)

Title Comment not in Nicoll
AU: [John?] Holland, COMP: [Montague P.?] Corri

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, next 24 Apr 1810

Genre (comic pantomime) entire new comic pantomime

First Night Cast

Harlequin: Auld; Pantaloon: [Montague P.?] Corri; Pierro: Forster; Jemmy Corsette: [John?] Holland; butcher: George; Jew: Brown; pastry cook: Swan; Mordecai: Thorpe; Ibrahim: J[ohn] Isaacs; Clown's brother: Edwards (fr Portsmouth Theatre); Statue Columbine: Mme. S. Frederic; Ceremony: Mrs. Daly; Clown: [Richard] Norman; fairy: Mrs. [Richard] Norman; Hecate, or Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott

Reference Cast

Harlequin: Auld
Pantaloon: Montague P.? Corri
Pierro: Forster
Jemmy Corsette: John? Holland
butcher: George
Jew: Brown
pastry cook: Swan
Mordecai: Thorpe
Ibrahim: John Isaacs
Statue Columbine: Mme. S.
   Frederic

Ceremony: Mrs. Daly
Clown: Edwards
fairy: Mrs. Richard Norman
Hecate, or Columbine: Mrs.
   Elizabeth Pincott

Second Clown: Master Edwards

General Non-Title Information

"under management of Holland (fr CG), the pieces got up under direction of Bologna Jr. (bill)"

occasional address: [John?] Holland

Theatre was taken over by Holland of the CG corps de ballet for a summer season ending 15 September 1810


24 Apr 1810
Tue eve
Covent Garden
24 Apr 1810
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Love in a Village; or, The Blue Coat Boy (2)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 23 Apr 1810, next 25 Apr 1810

2) Percy and Genoura; or, Edinburgh Castle (2)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 23 Apr 1810, next 25 Apr 1810

3) All Alive in Greenwich; or, Easter Week (2)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 23 Apr 1810, next 25 Apr 1810

4) The Fiery Cauldron; or, Harlequin on Tip Toe (2)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 23 Apr 1810, next 25 Apr 1810

Cast as reference cast (23 Apr 1810)

BUT Clown: Richard Norman
OMITS Second Clown: Master
  Edwards

ADDS Clown's brother: Edwards

25 Apr 1810
Wed eve
Covent Garden
25 Apr 1810
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Love in a Village; or, The Blue Coat Boy (3)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 24 Apr 1810, next 26 Apr 1810

2) Percy and Genoura; or, Edinburgh Castle (3)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 24 Apr 1810, next 26 Apr 1810

3) All Alive in Greenwich; or, Easter Week (3)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 24 Apr 1810, next 26 Apr 1810

4) The Fiery Cauldron; or, Harlequin on Tip Toe (3)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 24 Apr 1810, next 26 Apr 1810

Cast as reference cast (23 Apr 1810)

BUT Clown: Richard Norman
OMITS Second Clown: Master
  Edwards

ADDS Clown's brother: Edwards

26 Apr 1810
Thu eve
Covent Garden
26 Apr 1810
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Love in a Village; or, The Blue Coat Boy (4)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 25 Apr 1810, next 27 Apr 1810

2) Percy and Genoura; or, Edinburgh Castle (4)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 25 Apr 1810, next 27 Apr 1810

3) All Alive in Greenwich; or, Easter Week (4)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 25 Apr 1810, next 27 Apr 1810

4) The Fiery Cauldron; or, Harlequin on Tip Toe (4)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 25 Apr 1810, next 27 Apr 1810

Cast as reference cast (23 Apr 1810)

BUT Clown: Richard Norman
OMITS Second Clown: Master
  Edwards

ADDS Clown's brother: Edwards

27 Apr 1810
Fri eve
Covent Garden
27 Apr 1810
advertisement
The London Times

1) Love in a Village; or, The Blue Coat Boy (5)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 26 Apr 1810, next 28 Apr 1810

2) Percy and Genoura; or, Edinburgh Castle (5)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 26 Apr 1810, next 28 Apr 1810

3) All Alive in Greenwich; or, Easter Week (5)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 26 Apr 1810, next 28 Apr 1810

4) The Fiery Cauldron; or, Harlequin on Tip Toe (5)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 26 Apr 1810, next 28 Apr 1810

Cast as reference cast (23 Apr 1810)

BUT Clown: Richard Norman
OMITS Second Clown: Master
  Edwards

ADDS Clown's brother: Edwards

28 Apr 1810
Sat eve
Covent Garden
27 Apr 1810
advertisement
The London Times

1) Love in a Village; or, The Blue Coat Boy (6)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 27 Apr 1810, next 30 Apr 1810

2) Percy and Genoura; or, Edinburgh Castle (6)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 27 Apr 1810, next 30 Apr 1810

3) All Alive in Greenwich; or, Easter Week (6)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 27 Apr 1810, next 30 Apr 1810

4) The Fiery Cauldron; or, Harlequin on Tip Toe (6)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 27 Apr 1810, next 30 Apr 1810

Cast as reference cast (23 Apr 1810)

BUT Clown: Richard Norman
OMITS Second Clown: Master
  Edwards

ADDS Clown's brother: Edwards

30 Apr 1810
Mon eve
Covent Garden
30 Apr 1810
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Love in a Village; or, The Blue Coat Boy (7)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 28 Apr 1810, next 1 May 1810

2) Percy and Genoura; or, Edinburgh Castle (7)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 28 Apr 1810, next 1 May 1810

3) All Alive in Greenwich; or, Easter Week (7)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 28 Apr 1810, next 1 May 1810

4) The Fiery Cauldron; or, Harlequin on Tip Toe (7)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 28 Apr 1810, next 1 May 1810

Cast Comment Master Edwards aged four


1 May 1810
Tue eve
Covent Garden
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Love in a Village; or, The Blue Coat Boy (8)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 30 Apr 1810, next 2 May 1810

2) Percy and Genoura; or, Edinburgh Castle (8)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 30 Apr 1810, next 2 May 1810

3) All Alive in Greenwich; or, Easter Week (8)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 30 Apr 1810, next 2 May 1810

4) The Fiery Cauldron; or, Harlequin on Tip Toe (8)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 30 Apr 1810, next 2 May 1810


2 May 1810
Wed eve
Covent Garden
30 Apr 1810
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Love in a Village; or, The Blue Coat Boy (9)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 1 May 1810, next 3 May 1810

2) Percy and Genoura; or, Edinburgh Castle (9)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 1 May 1810, next 3 May 1810

3) All Alive in Greenwich; or, Easter Week (9)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 1 May 1810, next 3 May 1810

4) The Fiery Cauldron; or, Harlequin on Tip Toe (9)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 1 May 1810, next 3 May 1810


3 May 1810
Thu eve
Covent Garden
3 Apr 1810
advertisement
The London Times

1) Love in a Village; or, The Blue Coat Boy (10)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 2 May 1810, next 4 May 1810

2) Percy and Genoura; or, Edinburgh Castle (10)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 2 May 1810, next 4 May 1810

3) All Alive in Greenwich; or, Easter Week (10)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 2 May 1810, next 4 May 1810

4) The Fiery Cauldron; or, Harlequin on Tip Toe (10)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 2 May 1810, next 4 May 1810


4 May 1810
Fri eve
Covent Garden
4 Apr 1810
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Love in a Village; or, The Blue Coat Boy (11)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 3 May 1810, next 5 May 1810

2) Percy and Genoura; or, Edinburgh Castle (11)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 3 May 1810, next 5 May 1810

3) All Alive in Greenwich; or, Easter Week (11)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 3 May 1810, next 5 May 1810

4) The Fiery Cauldron; or, Harlequin on Tip Toe (11)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 3 May 1810, next 5 May 1810


5 May 1810
Sat eve
Covent Garden
5 Apr 1810
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Love in a Village; or, The Blue Coat Boy (12)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 4 May 1810, next 11 Jun 1810

2) Percy and Genoura; or, Edinburgh Castle (12)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 4 May 1810, next 7 May 1810

3) All Alive in Greenwich; or, Easter Week (12)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 4 May 1810, next 7 May 1810

4) The Fiery Cauldron; or, Harlequin on Tip Toe (12)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 4 May 1810, next 7 May 1810


7 May 1810
Mon eve
Covent Garden
4 May 1810
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Little Aaron; or, The Honest Israelite (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever
AU: [Unknown], COMP: [Montague P.?] Corri

Performances first 7 May 1810, next 8 May 1810

Genre (burletta) new burletta; 1 act

First Night Cast

Pinch-Penny: Lardner; Aaron: [Robert?] Stebbing; Slumber: Bradby; Tom: J[ohn] Isaacs; Ben: Thorpe; Deborah: Mrs. Daly; Susan: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway; Mary: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott

Cast Comment cast taken from a New York bill dated May 28, 1810

Reference Cast

Pinch-Penny: Lardner
Aaron: Robert? Stebbing
Slumber: Bradby
Tom: John Isaacs
Ben: Thorpe
Deborah: Mrs. Daly
Susan: Mrs. Thomas E. Ridgway
Mary: Mrs. Elizabeth Pincott

2) Percy and Genoura; or, Edinburgh Castle (13)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 5 May 1810, next 8 May 1810

3) All Alive in Greenwich; or, Easter Week (13)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 5 May 1810, next 8 May 1810

4) The Fiery Cauldron; or, Harlequin on Tip Toe (13)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 5 May 1810, next 8 May 1810


8 May 1810
Tue eve
Covent Garden
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Little Aaron; or, The Honest Israelite (2)

Performances first 7 May 1810, previous 7 May 1810, next 9 May 1810

2) Percy and Genoura; or, Edinburgh Castle (14)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 7 May 1810, next 9 May 1810

3) All Alive in Greenwich; or, Easter Week (14)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 7 May 1810, next 9 May 1810

4) The Fiery Cauldron; or, Harlequin on Tip Toe (14)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 7 May 1810, next 9 May 1810


9 May 1810
Wed eve
Covent Garden
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Little Aaron; or, The Honest Israelite (3)

Performances first 7 May 1810, previous 8 May 1810, next 10 May 1810

2) Percy and Genoura; or, Edinburgh Castle (15)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 8 May 1810, next 10 May 1810

3) All Alive in Greenwich; or, Easter Week (15)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 8 May 1810

4) The Fiery Cauldron; or, Harlequin on Tip Toe (15)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 8 May 1810, next 10 May 1810


10 May 1810
Thu eve
Covent Garden
10 May 1810
advertisement
The London Times

1) Little Aaron; or, The Honest Israelite (4)

Performances first 7 May 1810, previous 9 May 1810, next 11 May 1810

2) Percy and Genoura; or, Edinburgh Castle (16)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 9 May 1810, next 11 May 1810

3) The Fiery Cauldron; or, Harlequin on Tip Toe (16)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 9 May 1810, next 11 May 1810


11 May 1810
Fri eve
Covent Garden
10 May 1810
advertisement
The London Times

1) Little Aaron; or, The Honest Israelite (5)

Performances first 7 May 1810, previous 10 May 1810, next 12 May 1810

2) Percy and Genoura; or, Edinburgh Castle (17)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 10 May 1810, next 12 May 1810

3) The Fiery Cauldron; or, Harlequin on Tip Toe (17)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 10 May 1810, next 12 May 1810


12 May 1810
Sat eve
Covent Garden
10 May 1810
advertisement
The London Times

1) Little Aaron; or, The Honest Israelite (6)

Performances first 7 May 1810, previous 11 May 1810, next 14 May 1810

2) Percy and Genoura; or, Edinburgh Castle (18)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 11 May 1810, next 14 May 1810

3) The Fiery Cauldron; or, Harlequin on Tip Toe (18)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 11 May 1810, next 14 May 1810


14 May 1810
Mon eve
Covent Garden
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Little Aaron; or, The Honest Israelite (7)

Performances first 7 May 1810, previous 12 May 1810, next 15 May 1810

2) Percy and Genoura; or, Edinburgh Castle (19)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 12 May 1810, next 15 May 1810

3) The Fiery Cauldron; or, Harlequin on Tip Toe (19)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 12 May 1810, next 15 May 1810


15 May 1810
Tue eve
Covent Garden
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Little Aaron; or, The Honest Israelite (8)

Performances first 7 May 1810, previous 14 May 1810, next 16 May 1810

2) Percy and Genoura; or, Edinburgh Castle (20)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 14 May 1810, next 16 May 1810

3) The Fiery Cauldron; or, Harlequin on Tip Toe (20)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 14 May 1810, next 16 May 1810


16 May 1810
Wed eve
Covent Garden
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Little Aaron; or, The Honest Israelite (9)

Performances first 7 May 1810, previous 15 May 1810, next 17 May 1810

2) Percy and Genoura; or, Edinburgh Castle (21)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 15 May 1810, next 17 May 1810

3) The Fiery Cauldron; or, Harlequin on Tip Toe (21)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 15 May 1810, next 17 May 1810


17 May 1810
Thu eve
Covent Garden
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Little Aaron; or, The Honest Israelite (10)

Performances first 7 May 1810, previous 16 May 1810, next 18 May 1810

2) Percy and Genoura; or, Edinburgh Castle (22)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 16 May 1810, next 18 May 1810

3) The Fiery Cauldron; or, Harlequin on Tip Toe (22)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 16 May 1810, next 18 May 1810


18 May 1810
Fri eve
Covent Garden
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Little Aaron; or, The Honest Israelite (11)

Performances first 7 May 1810, previous 17 May 1810, next 19 May 1810

2) Percy and Genoura; or, Edinburgh Castle (23)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 17 May 1810, next 19 May 1810

3) The Fiery Cauldron; or, Harlequin on Tip Toe (23)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 17 May 1810, next 19 May 1810


19 May 1810
Sat eve
Covent Garden
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Little Aaron; or, The Honest Israelite (12)

Performances first 7 May 1810, previous 18 May 1810, next 21 May 1810

2) Percy and Genoura; or, Edinburgh Castle (24)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 18 May 1810, next 9 Jul 1810

3) The Fiery Cauldron; or, Harlequin on Tip Toe (24)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 18 May 1810, next 25 Jun 1810


21 May 1810
Mon eve
Covent Garden
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Little Aaron; or, The Honest Israelite (13)

Performances first 7 May 1810, previous 19 May 1810, next 22 May 1810

2) The Genoese Tyrant; or, Osric and Eloisa (1)

AU: [Unknown]

Performances first 21 May 1810, next 22 May 1810

Genre (spectacle) new serious spectacle

First Night Cast

Sygismund (the Tyrant): [Richard] Norman; Osric (husband to Eloisa): Auld; Lodovic: [Montague P.?] Corri; turnkey: [Robert?] Stebbing; Caesar (faithful slave of Sygismund): [John?] Holland; Florilla (son of Osric): Miss Goodwin (fr TR CG); Eloisa (wife of Osric): Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott; guards, peasants: [Unlisted]

Cast Comment Cast taken from NN bill May 28, 1810

Reference Cast

Sygismund: Richard Norman
Osric: Auld
Lodovic: Montague P.? Corri
turnkey: Robert? Stebbing
Caesar: John? Holland
Florilla: Miss Goodwin
Eloisa: Mrs. Elizabeth Pincott
guards, peasants: Unlisted

song: [Robert?] Stebbing

New York bill of 28 may 1810 says 7 performance of Genoese Tyrant

3) The Village Mill; or, Kitty of the Clyde (1)

Title Comment not in Nicoll
CHOR: John P. Bologna

Performances first 21 May 1810, next 22 May 1810

Genre (ballet) new Scotch dance

First Night Cast

Sawney: Edwards; Jemmie: Auld; Donald: Lardner; Mrs. M'Gregor: Youens; Kitty: Mme. S. Frederic; Peggy: Miss H. Bologna

Cast Comment Cast taken from NN bill May 28, 1810

Reference Cast

Sawney: Edwards
Jemmie: Auld
Donald: Lardner
Mrs. M'Gregor: Youens
Kitty: Mme. S. Frederic
Peggy: Miss H. Bologna

22 May 1810
Tue eve
Covent Garden
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Little Aaron; or, The Honest Israelite (14)

Performances first 7 May 1810, previous 21 May 1810, next 23 May 1810

2) The Genoese Tyrant; or, Osric and Eloisa (2)

Performances first 21 May 1810, previous 21 May 1810, next 23 May 1810

3) The Village Mill; or, Kitty of the Clyde (2)

Performances first 21 May 1810, previous 21 May 1810, next 23 May 1810


23 May 1810
Wed eve
Covent Garden
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Little Aaron; or, The Honest Israelite (15)

Performances first 7 May 1810, previous 22 May 1810, next 24 May 1810

2) The Genoese Tyrant; or, Osric and Eloisa (3)

Performances first 21 May 1810, previous 22 May 1810, next 24 May 1810

3) The Village Mill; or, Kitty of the Clyde (3)

Performances first 21 May 1810, previous 22 May 1810, next 24 May 1810


24 May 1810
Thu eve
Covent Garden
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Little Aaron; or, The Honest Israelite (16)

Performances first 7 May 1810, previous 23 May 1810, next 25 May 1810

2) The Genoese Tyrant; or, Osric and Eloisa (4)

Performances first 21 May 1810, previous 23 May 1810, next 25 May 1810

3) The Village Mill; or, Kitty of the Clyde (4)

Performances first 21 May 1810, previous 23 May 1810, next 25 May 1810


25 May 1810
Fri eve
Covent Garden
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Little Aaron; or, The Honest Israelite (17)

Performances first 7 May 1810, previous 24 May 1810, next 26 May 1810

2) The Genoese Tyrant; or, Osric and Eloisa (5)

Performances first 21 May 1810, previous 24 May 1810, next 26 May 1810

3) The Village Mill; or, Kitty of the Clyde (5)

Performances first 21 May 1810, previous 24 May 1810, next 26 May 1810


26 May 1810
Sat eve
Covent Garden
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Little Aaron; or, The Honest Israelite (18)

Performances first 7 May 1810, previous 25 May 1810, next 28 May 1810

2) The Genoese Tyrant; or, Osric and Eloisa (6)

Performances first 21 May 1810, previous 25 May 1810, next 28 May 1810

3) The Village Mill; or, Kitty of the Clyde (6)

Performances first 21 May 1810, previous 25 May 1810, next 28 May 1810


28 May 1810
Mon eve
Covent Garden
28 May 1810
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Fortune's Gift; or, Harlequin Mad Tom (1)

Title Comment "by very particular desire" (bill)
AU: [Unknown], COMP: [Montague P.?] Corri

Performances first 28 May 1810, next 29 May 1810

Genre (comic pantomime) new comic pantomime

First Night Cast

Harlequin: Auld; Pantaloon: [Montague P.?] Corri; landlord: Cozens; lover: [John?] Holland; baker: Taylor; Gypsies: [Robert?] Stebbing, J[ohn] Isaacs; bear: Youens; haymakers: [Edwin] Yarnold, Haydon, Cross, Godbee, Mrs. [Richard] Norman; dancers: Miss [Barbara] Bologna, Miss H. Bologna; Riches: Miss Westley; Beauty: Mrs. George; Wisdom: Miss Cummins; Strength: George; water-cress girl: Miss Plymsell; oyster woman: Mrs. Daly; Fortune: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway; Paddock: Thorpe; clowns: [Richard] Norman, Edwards; Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott

Reference Cast

Harlequin: Auld
Pantaloon: Montague P.? Corri
landlord: Cozens
lover: John? Holland
baker: Taylor
bear: Youens
haymakers:
   Edwin Yarnold
   Haydon
   Cross
   Godbee
   Miss Plymsell
dancers:
   Miss Barbara Bologna
   Miss H. Bologna
Riches: Mme. S. Frederic
Beauty: Mrs. George
Wisdom: Miss Cummins
Strength: George
water-cress girl: Miss Westley
oyster woman: Mrs. Daly
Fortune: Mrs. Thomas E. Ridgway
Paddock: Thorpe
clowns:
   Richard Norman
   Edwards
Columbine: Mrs. Elizabeth
   Pincott

comic dance (fr Mother Goose): [Richard] Norman, Auld

protean exercises: Master Edwards Master Edwards a four year old infant

2) The Genoese Tyrant; or, Osric and Eloisa (7)

Performances first 21 May 1810, previous 26 May 1810, next 29 May 1810

3) The Village Mill; or, Kitty of the Clyde (7)

Performances first 21 May 1810, previous 26 May 1810, next 29 May 1810

4) Little Aaron; or, The Honest Israelite (19)

Performances first 7 May 1810, previous 26 May 1810, next 29 May 1810


29 May 1810
Tue eve
Covent Garden
28 May 1810
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Fortune's Gift; or, Harlequin Mad Tom (2)

Performances first 28 May 1810, previous 28 May 1810, next 30 May 1810

Cast as reference cast (28 May 1810)

BUT Riches: Miss Westley
water-cress girl: Miss Plymsell
OMITS haymakers: Miss Plymsell
ADDS Gypsies:
  Robert? Stebbing
  John Isaacs
haymakers: Mrs. Richard Norman

2) The Genoese Tyrant; or, Osric and Eloisa (8)

Performances first 21 May 1810, previous 28 May 1810, next 30 May 1810

3) The Village Mill; or, Kitty of the Clyde (8)

Performances first 21 May 1810, previous 28 May 1810, next 30 May 1810

4) Little Aaron; or, The Honest Israelite (20)

Performances first 7 May 1810, previous 28 May 1810, next 30 May 1810


30 May 1810
Wed eve
Covent Garden
28 May 1810
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Fortune's Gift; or, Harlequin Mad Tom (3)

Performances first 28 May 1810, previous 29 May 1810, next 31 May 1810

Cast as reference cast (28 May 1810)

BUT Riches: Miss Westley
water-cress girl: Miss Plymsell
OMITS haymakers: Miss Plymsell
ADDS Gypsies:
  Robert? Stebbing
  John Isaacs
haymakers: Mrs. Richard Norman

2) The Genoese Tyrant; or, Osric and Eloisa (9)

Performances first 21 May 1810, previous 29 May 1810, next 31 May 1810

3) The Village Mill; or, Kitty of the Clyde (9)

Performances first 21 May 1810, previous 29 May 1810, next 31 May 1810

4) Little Aaron; or, The Honest Israelite (21)

Performances first 7 May 1810, previous 29 May 1810, next 31 May 1810


31 May 1810
Thu eve
Covent Garden
28 May 1810
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Fortune's Gift; or, Harlequin Mad Tom (4)

Performances first 28 May 1810, previous 30 May 1810, next 1 Jun 1810

Cast as reference cast (28 May 1810)

BUT Riches: Miss Westley
water-cress girl: Miss Plymsell
OMITS haymakers: Miss Plymsell
ADDS Gypsies:
  Robert? Stebbing
  John Isaacs
haymakers: Mrs. Richard Norman

2) The Genoese Tyrant; or, Osric and Eloisa (10)

Performances first 21 May 1810, previous 30 May 1810, next 1 Jun 1810

3) The Village Mill; or, Kitty of the Clyde (10)

Performances first 21 May 1810, previous 30 May 1810, next 1 Jun 1810

4) Little Aaron; or, The Honest Israelite (22)

Performances first 7 May 1810, previous 30 May 1810, next 1 Jun 1810


1 Jun 1810
Fri eve
Covent Garden
28 May 1810
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Fortune's Gift; or, Harlequin Mad Tom (5)

Performances first 28 May 1810, previous 31 May 1810, next 2 Jun 1810

Cast as reference cast (28 May 1810)

BUT Riches: Miss Westley
water-cress girl: Miss Plymsell
OMITS haymakers: Miss Plymsell
ADDS Gypsies:
  Robert? Stebbing
  John Isaacs
haymakers: Mrs. Richard Norman

2) The Genoese Tyrant; or, Osric and Eloisa (11)

Performances first 21 May 1810, previous 31 May 1810, next 2 Jun 1810

3) The Village Mill; or, Kitty of the Clyde (11)

Performances first 21 May 1810, previous 31 May 1810, next 2 Jun 1810

4) Little Aaron; or, The Honest Israelite (23)

Performances first 7 May 1810, previous 31 May 1810, next 2 Jun 1810


2 Jun 1810
Sat eve
Covent Garden
28 May 1810
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Fortune's Gift; or, Harlequin Mad Tom (6)

Performances first 28 May 1810, previous 1 Jun 1810, next 11 Jun 1810

Cast as reference cast (28 May 1810)

BUT Riches: Miss Westley
water-cress girl: Miss Plymsell
OMITS haymakers: Miss Plymsell
ADDS Gypsies:
  Robert? Stebbing
  John Isaacs
haymakers: Mrs. Richard Norman

2) The Genoese Tyrant; or, Osric and Eloisa (12)

Performances first 21 May 1810, previous 1 Jun 1810, next 25 Jun 1810

3) The Village Mill; or, Kitty of the Clyde (12)

Performances first 21 May 1810, previous 1 Jun 1810

4) Little Aaron; or, The Honest Israelite (24)

Performances first 7 May 1810, previous 1 Jun 1810, next 11 Jun 1810


11 Jun 1810
Mon eve
Covent Garden
11 Jun 1810
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever; Billed as The Intrigue; or, Love's Failure
AU: [Humphreys], COMP: [Montague P.?] Corri
Au Comm Humphreys name taken from nn bill Sept. 13, 1810

Performances first 11 Jun 1810, next 12 Jun 1810

Genre (farce) new melo dramatic burletta

First Night Cast

Will Mainstay: J[ohn] Isaacs; Old Skinflint: [Robert?] Stebbing; Barebones: Lardner; Timothy Spoilcloth: Thorpe; Dame Margery: Mrs. Daly; Mary Ann: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway; Richard: [Edwin] Yarnold; William: George; Thomas: Godbee; Harry: Haydon; Priscilla: Miss Cummins; Martha: Mrs. George; Sarah: Miss Plymsell; Rosetta: Miss [Barbara] Bologna

Cast Comment In March 1814, several roles have been changed: Timothy Spoilcloth becomes Will Mainstay, Mary Ann becomes Marianne, and Dame becomes Dame Margery

Reference Cast

Will Mainstay: John Isaacs
Old Skinflint: Robert? Stebbing
Barebones: Lardner
Timothy Spoilcloth: Thorpe
Dame Margery: Mrs. Daly
Mary Ann: Mrs. Thomas E.
   Ridgway

Richard: Edwin Yarnold
William: George
Thomas: Godbee
Harry: Haydon
Priscilla: Miss Cummins
Martha: Mrs. George
Sarah: Miss Plymsell
Rosetta: Miss Barbara Bologna

2) Love in a Village; or, The Blue Coat Boy (13)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 5 May 1810, next 12 Jun 1810

Cast as reference cast (23 Apr 1810)

OMITS principal characters: Mrs.
  Thomas E. Ridgway

ADDS principal characters:
  Edwards
  Miss Barbara Bologna

3) Little Aaron; or, The Honest Israelite (25)

Performances first 7 May 1810, previous 2 Jun 1810, next 12 Jun 1810

4) Fortune's Gift; or, Harlequin Mad Tom (7)

Performances first 28 May 1810, previous 2 Jun 1810, next 12 Jun 1810


12 Jun 1810
Tue eve
Covent Garden
11 Jun 1810
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (2)

Performances first 11 Jun 1810, previous 11 Jun 1810, next 13 Jun 1810

2) Love in a Village; or, The Blue Coat Boy (14)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 11 Jun 1810, next 13 Jun 1810

Cast as reference cast (23 Apr 1810)

OMITS principal characters: Mrs.
  Thomas E. Ridgway

ADDS principal characters:
  Edwards
  Miss Barbara Bologna

3) Little Aaron; or, The Honest Israelite (26)

Performances first 7 May 1810, previous 11 Jun 1810, next 13 Jun 1810

4) Fortune's Gift; or, Harlequin Mad Tom (8)

Performances first 28 May 1810, previous 11 Jun 1810, next 13 Jun 1810


13 Jun 1810
Wed eve
Covent Garden
11 Jun 1810
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (3)

Performances first 11 Jun 1810, previous 12 Jun 1810, next 14 Jun 1810

2) Love in a Village; or, The Blue Coat Boy (15)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 12 Jun 1810, next 14 Jun 1810

Cast as reference cast (23 Apr 1810)

OMITS principal characters: Mrs.
  Thomas E. Ridgway

ADDS principal characters:
  Edwards
  Miss Barbara Bologna

3) Little Aaron; or, The Honest Israelite (27)

Performances first 7 May 1810, previous 12 Jun 1810, next 14 Jun 1810

4) Fortune's Gift; or, Harlequin Mad Tom (9)

Performances first 28 May 1810, previous 12 Jun 1810, next 14 Jun 1810


14 Jun 1810
Thu eve
Covent Garden
11 Jun 1810
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (4)

Performances first 11 Jun 1810, previous 13 Jun 1810, next 15 Jun 1810

2) Love in a Village; or, The Blue Coat Boy (16)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 13 Jun 1810, next 15 Jun 1810

Cast as reference cast (23 Apr 1810)

OMITS principal characters: Mrs.
  Thomas E. Ridgway

ADDS principal characters:
  Edwards
  Miss Barbara Bologna

3) Little Aaron; or, The Honest Israelite (28)

Performances first 7 May 1810, previous 13 Jun 1810, next 15 Jun 1810

4) Fortune's Gift; or, Harlequin Mad Tom (10)

Performances first 28 May 1810, previous 13 Jun 1810, next 15 Jun 1810


15 Jun 1810
Fri eve
Covent Garden
11 Jun 1810
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (5)

Performances first 11 Jun 1810, previous 14 Jun 1810, next 16 Jun 1810

2) Love in a Village; or, The Blue Coat Boy (17)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 14 Jun 1810, next 16 Jun 1810

Cast as reference cast (23 Apr 1810)

OMITS principal characters: Mrs.
  Thomas E. Ridgway

ADDS principal characters:
  Edwards
  Miss Barbara Bologna

3) Little Aaron; or, The Honest Israelite (29)

Performances first 7 May 1810, previous 14 Jun 1810, next 16 Jun 1810

4) Fortune's Gift; or, Harlequin Mad Tom (11)

Performances first 28 May 1810, previous 14 Jun 1810, next 16 Jun 1810


16 Jun 1810
Sat eve
Covent Garden
11 Jun 1810
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (6)

Performances first 11 Jun 1810, previous 15 Jun 1810, next 25 Jun 1810

2) Love in a Village; or, The Blue Coat Boy (18)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 15 Jun 1810

Cast as reference cast (23 Apr 1810)

OMITS principal characters: Mrs.
  Thomas E. Ridgway

ADDS principal characters:
  Edwards
  Miss Barbara Bologna

3) Little Aaron; or, The Honest Israelite (30)

Performances first 7 May 1810, previous 15 Jun 1810

4) Fortune's Gift; or, Harlequin Mad Tom (12)

Performances first 28 May 1810, previous 15 Jun 1810, next 9 Jul 1810


25 Jun 1810
Mon eve
Covent Garden
25 Jun 1810
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Genoese Tyrant; or, Osric and Eloisa (13)

Performances first 21 May 1810, previous 2 Jun 1810, next 26 Jun 1810

2) Shipwrecked Sailor Boy (1)

Title Comment not in Nicoll
AU: [Unknown]

Performances first 25 Jun 1810, next 26 Jun 1810

Genre (ballet) new ballet dance

First Night Cast

principal characters: George, Youens, Master Lardner, Mme. S. Frederic, Miss Cummins, Miss [Barbara] Bologna, Miss H. Bologna

Reference Cast

principal characters:
   George
   Youens
   Master Lardner
   Mme. S. Frederic
   Miss Cummins
   Miss Barbara Bologna
   Miss H. Bologna

hornpipe by three

This beginning date assumed by authors

3) The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (7)

Performances first 11 Jun 1810, previous 16 Jun 1810, next 26 Jun 1810

4) The Fiery Cauldron; or, Harlequin on Tip Toe (25)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 19 May 1810, next 26 Jun 1810

Cast as reference cast (23 Apr 1810)

BUT Pierro: Youens
Jew: Bradby
pastry cook: Edwin Yarnold
Statue Columbine: Mrs. Thomas E.
  Ridgway

fairy: Miss H. Bologna

several feats of activity: Master Edwards; drunken and dying SCENE: Master Edwards

General Non-Title Information

new comic song (as sung by Mr. Emery of TR CG): "Marriage a-la-Mode; or, John Bull's Trip to Paris", [Robert?] Stebbing; new song: "Dennis Callahan's Description of the Seven Ages of Man" [Barratt], Thorpe


26 Jun 1810
Tue eve
Covent Garden
25 Jun 1810
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Genoese Tyrant; or, Osric and Eloisa (14)

Performances first 21 May 1810, previous 25 Jun 1810, next 27 Jun 1810

2) Shipwrecked Sailor Boy (2)

Performances first 25 Jun 1810, previous 25 Jun 1810, next 27 Jun 1810

3) The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (8)

Performances first 11 Jun 1810, previous 25 Jun 1810, next 27 Jun 1810

4) The Fiery Cauldron; or, Harlequin on Tip Toe (26)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 25 Jun 1810, next 27 Jun 1810

Cast as reference cast (23 Apr 1810)

BUT Pierro: Youens
Jew: Bradby
pastry cook: Edwin Yarnold
Statue Columbine: Mrs. Thomas E.
  Ridgway

fairy: Miss H. Bologna

27 Jun 1810
Wed eve
Covent Garden
25 Jun 1810
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Genoese Tyrant; or, Osric and Eloisa (15)

Performances first 21 May 1810, previous 26 Jun 1810, next 28 Jun 1810

2) Shipwrecked Sailor Boy (3)

Performances first 25 Jun 1810, previous 26 Jun 1810, next 28 Jun 1810

3) The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (9)

Performances first 11 Jun 1810, previous 26 Jun 1810, next 28 Jun 1810

4) The Fiery Cauldron; or, Harlequin on Tip Toe (27)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 26 Jun 1810, next 28 Jun 1810

Cast as reference cast (23 Apr 1810)

BUT Pierro: Youens
Jew: Bradby
pastry cook: Edwin Yarnold
Statue Columbine: Mrs. Thomas E.
  Ridgway

fairy: Miss H. Bologna

28 Jun 1810
Thu eve
Covent Garden
25 Jun 1810
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Genoese Tyrant; or, Osric and Eloisa (16)

Performances first 21 May 1810, previous 27 Jun 1810, next 29 Jun 1810

2) Shipwrecked Sailor Boy (4)

Performances first 25 Jun 1810, previous 27 Jun 1810, next 29 Jun 1810

3) The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (10)

Performances first 11 Jun 1810, previous 27 Jun 1810, next 29 Jun 1810

4) The Fiery Cauldron; or, Harlequin on Tip Toe (28)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 27 Jun 1810, next 29 Jun 1810

Cast as reference cast (23 Apr 1810)

BUT Pierro: Youens
Jew: Bradby
pastry cook: Edwin Yarnold
Statue Columbine: Mrs. Thomas E.
  Ridgway

fairy: Miss H. Bologna

29 Jun 1810
Fri eve
Covent Garden
25 Jun 1810
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Genoese Tyrant; or, Osric and Eloisa (17)

Performances first 21 May 1810, previous 28 Jun 1810, next 30 Jun 1810

2) Shipwrecked Sailor Boy (5)

Performances first 25 Jun 1810, previous 28 Jun 1810, next 30 Jun 1810

3) The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (11)

Performances first 11 Jun 1810, previous 28 Jun 1810, next 30 Jun 1810

4) The Fiery Cauldron; or, Harlequin on Tip Toe (29)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 28 Jun 1810, next 30 Jun 1810

Cast as reference cast (23 Apr 1810)

BUT Pierro: Youens
Jew: Bradby
pastry cook: Edwin Yarnold
Statue Columbine: Mrs. Thomas E.
  Ridgway

fairy: Miss H. Bologna

30 Jun 1810
Sat eve
Covent Garden
25 Jun 1810
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Genoese Tyrant; or, Osric and Eloisa (18)

Performances first 21 May 1810, previous 29 Jun 1810

2) Shipwrecked Sailor Boy (6)

Performances first 25 Jun 1810, previous 29 Jun 1810, next 16 Jul 1810

3) The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (12)

Performances first 11 Jun 1810, previous 29 Jun 1810

4) The Fiery Cauldron; or, Harlequin on Tip Toe (30)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 29 Jun 1810

Cast as reference cast (23 Apr 1810)

BUT Pierro: Youens
Jew: Bradby
pastry cook: Edwin Yarnold
Statue Columbine: Mrs. Thomas E.
  Ridgway

fairy: Miss H. Bologna


9 Jul 1810
Mon eve
Covent Garden
9 Jul 1810
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Percy and Genoura; or, Edinburgh Castle (25)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 19 May 1810, next 10 Jul 1810

2) Fortune's Gift; or, Harlequin Mad Tom (13)

Performances first 28 May 1810, previous 16 Jun 1810, next 10 Jul 1810


10 Jul 1810
Tue eve
Covent Garden
10 Jul 1810
advertisement
The London Times

1) Percy and Genoura; or, Edinburgh Castle (26)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 9 Jul 1810, next 11 Jul 1810

2) Fortune's Gift; or, Harlequin Mad Tom (14)

Performances first 28 May 1810, previous 9 Jul 1810, next 11 Jul 1810


11 Jul 1810
Wed eve
Covent Garden
10 Jul 1810
advertisement
The London Times

1) Percy and Genoura; or, Edinburgh Castle (27)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 10 Jul 1810, next 12 Jul 1810

2) Fortune's Gift; or, Harlequin Mad Tom (15)

Performances first 28 May 1810, previous 10 Jul 1810, next 12 Jul 1810


12 Jul 1810
Thu eve
Covent Garden
10 Jul 1810
advertisement
The London Times

1) Percy and Genoura; or, Edinburgh Castle (28)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 11 Jul 1810, next 13 Jul 1810

2) Fortune's Gift; or, Harlequin Mad Tom (16)

Performances first 28 May 1810, previous 11 Jul 1810, next 13 Jul 1810


13 Jul 1810
Fri eve
Covent Garden
13 Jul 1810
advertisement
The London Times

1) Percy and Genoura; or, Edinburgh Castle (29)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 12 Jul 1810, next 14 Jul 1810

2) Fortune's Gift; or, Harlequin Mad Tom (17)

Performances first 28 May 1810, previous 12 Jul 1810, next 14 Jul 1810


14 Jul 1810
Sat eve
Covent Garden
13 Jul 1810
advertisement
The London Times

1) Percy and Genoura; or, Edinburgh Castle (30)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 13 Jul 1810, next 16 Jul 1810

2) Fortune's Gift; or, Harlequin Mad Tom (18)

Performances first 28 May 1810, previous 13 Jul 1810, next 16 Jul 1810


16 Jul 1810
Mon eve
Covent Garden
13 Jul 1810
advertisement
The London Times

1) Percy and Genoura; or, Edinburgh Castle (31)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 14 Jul 1810, next 17 Jul 1810

2) Shipwrecked Sailor Boy (7)

Performances first 25 Jun 1810, previous 30 Jun 1810, next 17 Jul 1810

3) Fortune's Gift; or, Harlequin Mad Tom (19)

Performances first 28 May 1810, previous 14 Jul 1810, next 17 Jul 1810


17 Jul 1810
Tue eve
Covent Garden
17 Jul 1810
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Percy and Genoura; or, Edinburgh Castle (32)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 16 Jul 1810, next 18 Jul 1810

2) Shipwrecked Sailor Boy (8)

Performances first 25 Jun 1810, previous 16 Jul 1810, next 18 Jul 1810

3) Fortune's Gift; or, Harlequin Mad Tom (20)

Performances first 28 May 1810, previous 16 Jul 1810, next 18 Jul 1810


18 Jul 1810
Wed eve
Covent Garden
17 Jul 1810
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Percy and Genoura; or, Edinburgh Castle (33)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 17 Jul 1810, next 19 Jul 1810

2) Shipwrecked Sailor Boy (9)

Performances first 25 Jun 1810, previous 17 Jul 1810, next 19 Jul 1810

3) Fortune's Gift; or, Harlequin Mad Tom (21)

Performances first 28 May 1810, previous 17 Jul 1810, next 19 Jul 1810


19 Jul 1810
Thu eve
Covent Garden
17 Jul 1810
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Percy and Genoura; or, Edinburgh Castle (34)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 18 Jul 1810, next 20 Jul 1810

2) Shipwrecked Sailor Boy (10)

Performances first 25 Jun 1810, previous 18 Jul 1810, next 20 Jul 1810

3) Fortune's Gift; or, Harlequin Mad Tom (22)

Performances first 28 May 1810, previous 18 Jul 1810, next 20 Jul 1810


20 Jul 1810
Fri eve
Covent Garden
20 Jul 1810
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Percy and Genoura; or, Edinburgh Castle (35)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 19 Jul 1810, next 21 Jul 1810

2) Shipwrecked Sailor Boy (11)

Performances first 25 Jun 1810, previous 19 Jul 1810, next 21 Jul 1810

3) Fortune's Gift; or, Harlequin Mad Tom (23)

Performances first 28 May 1810, previous 19 Jul 1810, next 21 Jul 1810


21 Jul 1810
Sat eve
Covent Garden
20 Jul 1810
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Percy and Genoura; or, Edinburgh Castle (36)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 20 Jul 1810, next 23 Jul 1810

2) Shipwrecked Sailor Boy (12)

Performances first 25 Jun 1810, previous 20 Jul 1810, next 23 Jul 1810

3) Fortune's Gift; or, Harlequin Mad Tom (24)

Performances first 28 May 1810, previous 20 Jul 1810, next 23 Jul 1810


23 Jul 1810
Mon eve
Covent Garden
23 Jul 1810
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Percy and Genoura; or, Edinburgh Castle (37)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 21 Jul 1810, next 24 Jul 1810

2) Shipwrecked Sailor Boy (13)

Performances first 25 Jun 1810, previous 21 Jul 1810, next 24 Jul 1810

3) Fortune's Gift; or, Harlequin Mad Tom (25)

Performances first 28 May 1810, previous 21 Jul 1810, next 24 Jul 1810


24 Jul 1810
Tue eve
Covent Garden
23 Jul 1810
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Percy and Genoura; or, Edinburgh Castle (38)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 23 Jul 1810, next 25 Jul 1810

2) Shipwrecked Sailor Boy (14)

Performances first 25 Jun 1810, previous 23 Jul 1810, next 25 Jul 1810

3) Fortune's Gift; or, Harlequin Mad Tom (26)

Performances first 28 May 1810, previous 23 Jul 1810, next 25 Jul 1810


25 Jul 1810
Wed eve
Covent Garden
25 Jul 1810
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Percy and Genoura; or, Edinburgh Castle (39)

Performances first 23 Apr 1810, previous 24 Jul 1810

2) Shipwrecked Sailor Boy (15)

Performances first 25 Jun 1810, previous 24 Jul 1810, next 26 Jul 1810

3) Fortune's Gift; or, Harlequin Mad Tom (27)

Performances first 28 May 1810, previous 24 Jul 1810, next 26 Jul 1810


26 Jul 1810
Thu eve
Covent Garden
25 Jul 1810
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Oscar and Malvina; or, The Hall of Fingal (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever
AU: [Unknown]

Performances first 26 Jul 1810, next 27 Jul 1810

Genre (burletta) well-known tale from the poems of Ossian

First Night Cast

Oscar: Auld; Draco: [Unk]; Morvin: [Richard] Norman; Carrol (the Irish Chieftain): [John P.] Bologna; Malvina: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway; Scotch pedlar: [Unk]

Cast Comment Cast from NN bill, 13 Sep 1810

Reference Cast

Oscar: Auld
Draco: Unk
Morvin: Richard Norman
Carrol: John P. Bologna
Malvina: Mrs. Thomas E. Ridgway
Scotch pedlar: Unk

2) Shipwrecked Sailor Boy (16)

Performances first 25 Jun 1810, previous 25 Jul 1810, next 27 Jul 1810

3) Fortune's Gift; or, Harlequin Mad Tom (28)

Performances first 28 May 1810, previous 25 Jul 1810, next 27 Jul 1810


27 Jul 1810
Fri eve
Covent Garden
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Oscar and Malvina; or, The Hall of Fingal (2)

Performances first 26 Jul 1810, previous 26 Jul 1810, next 28 Jul 1810

2) Shipwrecked Sailor Boy (17)

Performances first 25 Jun 1810, previous 26 Jul 1810, next 28 Jul 1810

3) Fortune's Gift; or, Harlequin Mad Tom (29)

Performances first 28 May 1810, previous 26 Jul 1810, next 28 Jul 1810


28 Jul 1810
Sat eve
Covent Garden
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Oscar and Malvina; or, The Hall of Fingal (3)

Performances first 26 Jul 1810, previous 27 Jul 1810, next 30 Jul 1810

2) Shipwrecked Sailor Boy (18)

Performances first 25 Jun 1810, previous 27 Jul 1810, next 30 Jul 1810

3) Fortune's Gift; or, Harlequin Mad Tom (30)

Performances first 28 May 1810, previous 27 Jul 1810, next 30 Jul 1810


30 Jul 1810
Mon eve
Covent Garden
30 Jul 1810
advertisement
The London Times

1) Oscar and Malvina; or, The Hall of Fingal (4)

Performances first 26 Jul 1810, previous 28 Jul 1810, next 31 Jul 1810

2) Shipwrecked Sailor Boy (19)

Performances first 25 Jun 1810, previous 28 Jul 1810, next 31 Jul 1810

3) Fortune's Gift; or, Harlequin Mad Tom (31)

Performances first 28 May 1810, previous 28 Jul 1810, next 31 Jul 1810


31 Jul 1810
Tue eve
Covent Garden
30 Jul 1810
advertisement
The London Times

1) Oscar and Malvina; or, The Hall of Fingal (5)

Performances first 26 Jul 1810, previous 30 Jul 1810, next 1 Aug 1810

2) Shipwrecked Sailor Boy (20)

Performances first 25 Jun 1810, previous 30 Jul 1810, next 1 Aug 1810

3) Fortune's Gift; or, Harlequin Mad Tom (32)

Performances first 28 May 1810, previous 30 Jul 1810, next 1 Aug 1810


1 Aug 1810
Wed eve
Covent Garden
2 Aug 1810
advertisement
The London Times

1) Oscar and Malvina; or, The Hall of Fingal (6)

Performances first 26 Jul 1810, previous 31 Jul 1810, next 2 Aug 1810

2) Shipwrecked Sailor Boy (21)

Performances first 25 Jun 1810, previous 31 Jul 1810, next 2 Aug 1810

3) Fortune's Gift; or, Harlequin Mad Tom (33)

Performances first 28 May 1810, previous 31 Jul 1810, next 2 Aug 1810


2 Aug 1810
Thu eve
Covent Garden
2 Aug 1810
advertisement
The London Times

1) Oscar and Malvina; or, The Hall of Fingal (7)

Performances first 26 Jul 1810, previous 1 Aug 1810, next 3 Aug 1810

2) Shipwrecked Sailor Boy (22)

Performances first 25 Jun 1810, previous 1 Aug 1810, next 3 Aug 1810

3) Fortune's Gift; or, Harlequin Mad Tom (34)

Performances first 28 May 1810, previous 1 Aug 1810, next 3 Aug 1810


3 Aug 1810
Fri eve
Covent Garden
2 Aug 1810
advertisement
The London Times

1) Oscar and Malvina; or, The Hall of Fingal (8)

Performances first 26 Jul 1810, previous 2 Aug 1810, next 4 Aug 1810

2) Shipwrecked Sailor Boy (23)

Performances first 25 Jun 1810, previous 2 Aug 1810, next 4 Aug 1810

3) Fortune's Gift; or, Harlequin Mad Tom (35)

Performances first 28 May 1810, previous 2 Aug 1810, next 4 Aug 1810


4 Aug 1810
Sat eve
Covent Garden
2 Aug 1810
advertisement
The London Times

1) Oscar and Malvina; or, The Hall of Fingal (9)

Performances first 26 Jul 1810, previous 3 Aug 1810, next 6 Aug 1810

2) Shipwrecked Sailor Boy (24)

Performances first 25 Jun 1810, previous 3 Aug 1810, next 6 Aug 1810

3) Fortune's Gift; or, Harlequin Mad Tom (36)

Performances first 28 May 1810, previous 3 Aug 1810, next 6 Aug 1810


6 Aug 1810
Mon eve
Covent Garden
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Oscar and Malvina; or, The Hall of Fingal (10)

Performances first 26 Jul 1810, previous 4 Aug 1810, next 7 Aug 1810

2) Shipwrecked Sailor Boy (25)

Performances first 25 Jun 1810, previous 4 Aug 1810, next 7 Aug 1810

3) Fortune's Gift; or, Harlequin Mad Tom (37)

Performances first 28 May 1810, previous 4 Aug 1810, next 7 Aug 1810


7 Aug 1810
Tue eve
Covent Garden
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Oscar and Malvina; or, The Hall of Fingal (11)

Performances first 26 Jul 1810, previous 6 Aug 1810, next 8 Aug 1810

2) Shipwrecked Sailor Boy (26)

Performances first 25 Jun 1810, previous 6 Aug 1810, next 8 Aug 1810

3) Fortune's Gift; or, Harlequin Mad Tom (38)

Performances first 28 May 1810, previous 6 Aug 1810, next 8 Aug 1810


8 Aug 1810
Wed eve
Covent Garden
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Oscar and Malvina; or, The Hall of Fingal (12)

Performances first 26 Jul 1810, previous 7 Aug 1810, next 9 Aug 1810

2) Shipwrecked Sailor Boy (27)

Performances first 25 Jun 1810, previous 7 Aug 1810, next 9 Aug 1810

3) Fortune's Gift; or, Harlequin Mad Tom (39)

Performances first 28 May 1810, previous 7 Aug 1810, next 9 Aug 1810


9 Aug 1810
Thu eve
Covent Garden
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Oscar and Malvina; or, The Hall of Fingal (13)

Performances first 26 Jul 1810, previous 8 Aug 1810, next 10 Aug 1810

2) Shipwrecked Sailor Boy (28)

Performances first 25 Jun 1810, previous 8 Aug 1810, next 10 Aug 1810

3) Fortune's Gift; or, Harlequin Mad Tom (40)

Performances first 28 May 1810, previous 8 Aug 1810, next 10 Aug 1810


10 Aug 1810
Fri eve
Covent Garden
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Oscar and Malvina; or, The Hall of Fingal (14)

Performances first 26 Jul 1810, previous 9 Aug 1810, next 11 Aug 1810

2) Shipwrecked Sailor Boy (29)

Performances first 25 Jun 1810, previous 9 Aug 1810, next 11 Aug 1810

3) Fortune's Gift; or, Harlequin Mad Tom (41)

Performances first 28 May 1810, previous 9 Aug 1810, next 11 Aug 1810


11 Aug 1810
Sat eve
Covent Garden
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Oscar and Malvina; or, The Hall of Fingal (15)

Performances first 26 Jul 1810, previous 10 Aug 1810, next 13 Aug 1810

2) Shipwrecked Sailor Boy (30)

Performances first 25 Jun 1810, previous 10 Aug 1810, next 16 Aug 1810

3) Fortune's Gift; or, Harlequin Mad Tom (42)

Performances first 28 May 1810, previous 10 Aug 1810, next 13 Aug 1810


13 Aug 1810
Mon eve
Covent Garden
13 Aug 1810
advertisement
The London Times

1) Fortune's Gift; or, Harlequin Mad Tom (43)

Performances first 28 May 1810, previous 11 Aug 1810, next 14 Aug 1810

2) Oscar and Malvina; or, The Hall of Fingal (16)

Performances first 26 Jul 1810, previous 11 Aug 1810, next 14 Aug 1810


14 Aug 1810
Tue eve
Covent Garden
13 Aug 1810
advertisement
The London Times

1) Fortune's Gift; or, Harlequin Mad Tom (44)

Performances first 28 May 1810, previous 13 Aug 1810, next 15 Aug 1810

2) Oscar and Malvina; or, The Hall of Fingal (17)

Performances first 26 Jul 1810, previous 13 Aug 1810, next 15 Aug 1810


15 Aug 1810
Wed eve
Covent Garden
15 Aug 1810
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Fortune's Gift; or, Harlequin Mad Tom (45)

Title Comment "by very particular desire" (bill)
Performances first 28 May 1810, previous 14 Aug 1810

Time 8:00

2) Oscar and Malvina; or, The Hall of Fingal (18)

Performances first 26 Jul 1810, previous 14 Aug 1810, next 16 Aug 1810


16 Aug 1810
Thu eve
Covent Garden
13 Aug 1810
advertisement
The London Times

1) The Hermit's Altar; or, Harlequin from the Clouds (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever
AU: [Unknown]

Performances first 16 Aug 1810, next 17 Aug 1810

Genre (comic pantomime) entire new comic pantomime

First Night Cast

Harlequin: [John P.] Bologna; Hermit of Stonehenge: J[ohn] Isaacs; Sawney (afterwards Scaramouche): Auld; Bang-up Bounce: [John?] Holland; Clown: [Richard] Norman; Miss Grundy (little egg woman): Miss Thorpe; Clara of the Vale, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

Cast Comment cast taken from NN bill 13 Sep 1810

Reference Cast

Harlequin: John P. Bologna
Hermit of Stonehenge: John
   Isaacs

Sawney: Auld
Bang-up Bounce: John? Holland
Clown: Richard Norman
Miss Grundy: Miss Thorpe
Clara of the Vale, afterwards
   Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

2) Shipwrecked Sailor Boy (31)

Performances first 25 Jun 1810, previous 11 Aug 1810, next 17 Aug 1810

3) Oscar and Malvina; or, The Hall of Fingal (19)

Performances first 26 Jul 1810, previous 15 Aug 1810, next 17 Aug 1810


17 Aug 1810
Fri eve
Covent Garden
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) The Hermit's Altar; or, Harlequin from the Clouds (2)

Performances first 16 Aug 1810, previous 16 Aug 1810, next 18 Aug 1810

2) Shipwrecked Sailor Boy (32)

Performances first 25 Jun 1810, previous 16 Aug 1810, next 18 Aug 1810

3) Oscar and Malvina; or, The Hall of Fingal (20)

Performances first 26 Jul 1810, previous 16 Aug 1810, next 18 Aug 1810


18 Aug 1810
Sat eve
Covent Garden
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) The Hermit's Altar; or, Harlequin from the Clouds (3)

Performances first 16 Aug 1810, previous 17 Aug 1810, next 20 Aug 1810

2) Shipwrecked Sailor Boy (33)

Performances first 25 Jun 1810, previous 17 Aug 1810, next 20 Aug 1810

3) Oscar and Malvina; or, The Hall of Fingal (21)

Performances first 26 Jul 1810, previous 17 Aug 1810, next 20 Aug 1810


20 Aug 1810
Mon eve
Covent Garden
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) The Hermit's Altar; or, Harlequin from the Clouds (4)

Performances first 16 Aug 1810, previous 18 Aug 1810, next 21 Aug 1810

2) Shipwrecked Sailor Boy (34)

Performances first 25 Jun 1810, previous 18 Aug 1810, next 21 Aug 1810

3) Oscar and Malvina; or, The Hall of Fingal (22)

Performances first 26 Jul 1810, previous 18 Aug 1810, next 21 Aug 1810


21 Aug 1810
Tue eve
Covent Garden
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) The Hermit's Altar; or, Harlequin from the Clouds (5)

Performances first 16 Aug 1810, previous 20 Aug 1810, next 22 Aug 1810

2) Shipwrecked Sailor Boy (35)

Performances first 25 Jun 1810, previous 20 Aug 1810, next 22 Aug 1810

3) Oscar and Malvina; or, The Hall of Fingal (23)

Performances first 26 Jul 1810, previous 20 Aug 1810, next 22 Aug 1810


22 Aug 1810
Wed eve
Covent Garden
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) The Hermit's Altar; or, Harlequin from the Clouds (6)

Performances first 16 Aug 1810, previous 21 Aug 1810, next 23 Aug 1810

2) Shipwrecked Sailor Boy (36)

Performances first 25 Jun 1810, previous 21 Aug 1810, next 23 Aug 1810

3) Oscar and Malvina; or, The Hall of Fingal (24)

Performances first 26 Jul 1810, previous 21 Aug 1810, next 23 Aug 1810


23 Aug 1810
Thu eve
Covent Garden
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) The Hermit's Altar; or, Harlequin from the Clouds (7)

Performances first 16 Aug 1810, previous 22 Aug 1810, next 24 Aug 1810

2) Shipwrecked Sailor Boy (37)

Performances first 25 Jun 1810, previous 22 Aug 1810, next 24 Aug 1810

3) Oscar and Malvina; or, The Hall of Fingal (25)

Performances first 26 Jul 1810, previous 22 Aug 1810, next 24 Aug 1810


24 Aug 1810
Fri eve
Covent Garden
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) The Hermit's Altar; or, Harlequin from the Clouds (8)

Performances first 16 Aug 1810, previous 23 Aug 1810, next 25 Aug 1810

2) Shipwrecked Sailor Boy (38)

Performances first 25 Jun 1810, previous 23 Aug 1810, next 25 Aug 1810

3) Oscar and Malvina; or, The Hall of Fingal (26)

Performances first 26 Jul 1810, previous 23 Aug 1810, next 25 Aug 1810


25 Aug 1810
Sat eve
Covent Garden
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) The Hermit's Altar; or, Harlequin from the Clouds (9)

Performances first 16 Aug 1810, previous 24 Aug 1810, next 27 Aug 1810

2) Shipwrecked Sailor Boy (39)

Performances first 25 Jun 1810, previous 24 Aug 1810

3) Oscar and Malvina; or, The Hall of Fingal (27)

Performances first 26 Jul 1810, previous 24 Aug 1810, next 27 Aug 1810


27 Aug 1810
Mon eve
Covent Garden
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Jack Grapplehard; or, Neptune's Love Messenger (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever
AU: Humphreys
Au Comm "by the author of Intrigue; or, Love's Failure" (bill)

Performances first 27 Aug 1810, next 28 Aug 1810

Genre (burletta) new burletta

First Night Cast

Takestock: [Robert?] Stebbing; Henry Cheerly: J[ohn] Isaacs; Jack Grapplehard: [Unk]; Fanny Maythorn: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway

Cast Comment cast taken fr NN bill of 13 Sep 1810

Reference Cast

Takestock: Robert? Stebbing
Henry Cheerly: John Isaacs
Jack Grapplehard: Unk
Fanny Maythorn: Mrs. Thomas E.
   Ridgway

2) Oscar and Malvina; or, The Hall of Fingal (28)

Performances first 26 Jul 1810, previous 25 Aug 1810, next 28 Aug 1810

3) The Hermit's Altar; or, Harlequin from the Clouds (10)

Performances first 16 Aug 1810, previous 25 Aug 1810, next 28 Aug 1810


28 Aug 1810
Tue eve
Covent Garden
28 Aug 1810
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

1) Jack Grapplehard; or, Neptune's Love Messenger (2)

Performances first 27 Aug 1810, previous 27 Aug 1810, next 29 Aug 1810

2) Oscar and Malvina; or, The Hall of Fingal (29)

Performances first 26 Jul 1810, previous 27 Aug 1810, next 29 Aug 1810

3) The Hermit's Altar; or, Harlequin from the Clouds (11)

Performances first 16 Aug 1810, previous 27 Aug 1810, next 29 Aug 1810


29 Aug 1810
Wed eve
Covent Garden
29 Aug 1810
advertisement
The London Times

1) Jack Grapplehard; or, Neptune's Love Messenger (3)

Performances first 27 Aug 1810, previous 28 Aug 1810, next 30 Aug 1810

2) Oscar and Malvina; or, The Hall of Fingal (30)

Performances first 26 Jul 1810, previous 28 Aug 1810, next 30 Aug 1810

3) The Hermit's Altar; or, Harlequin from the Clouds (12)

Performances first 16 Aug 1810, previous 28 Aug 1810, next 30 Aug 1810


30 Aug 1810
Thu eve
Covent Garden
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Jack Grapplehard; or, Neptune's Love Messenger (4)

Performances first 27 Aug 1810, previous 29 Aug 1810, next 31 Aug 1810

2) Oscar and Malvina; or, The Hall of Fingal (31)

Performances first 26 Jul 1810, previous 29 Aug 1810, next 31 Aug 1810

3) The Hermit's Altar; or, Harlequin from the Clouds (13)

Performances first 16 Aug 1810, previous 29 Aug 1810, next 31 Aug 1810


31 Aug 1810
Fri eve
Covent Garden
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Jack Grapplehard; or, Neptune's Love Messenger (5)

Performances first 27 Aug 1810, previous 30 Aug 1810, next 1 Sep 1810

2) Oscar and Malvina; or, The Hall of Fingal (32)

Performances first 26 Jul 1810, previous 30 Aug 1810, next 1 Sep 1810

3) The Hermit's Altar; or, Harlequin from the Clouds (14)

Performances first 16 Aug 1810, previous 30 Aug 1810, next 1 Sep 1810


1 Sep 1810
Sat eve
Covent Garden
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Jack Grapplehard; or, Neptune's Love Messenger (6)

Performances first 27 Aug 1810, previous 31 Aug 1810, next 3 Sep 1810

2) Oscar and Malvina; or, The Hall of Fingal (33)

Performances first 26 Jul 1810, previous 31 Aug 1810, next 3 Sep 1810

3) The Hermit's Altar; or, Harlequin from the Clouds (15)

Performances first 16 Aug 1810, previous 31 Aug 1810, next 3 Sep 1810


3 Sep 1810
Mon eve
Covent Garden
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Jack Grapplehard; or, Neptune's Love Messenger (7)

Performances first 27 Aug 1810, previous 1 Sep 1810, next 4 Sep 1810

2) Oscar and Malvina; or, The Hall of Fingal (34)

Performances first 26 Jul 1810, previous 1 Sep 1810, next 4 Sep 1810

3) The Hermit's Altar; or, Harlequin from the Clouds (16)

Performances first 16 Aug 1810, previous 1 Sep 1810, next 4 Sep 1810


4 Sep 1810
Tue eve
Covent Garden
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Jack Grapplehard; or, Neptune's Love Messenger (8)

Performances first 27 Aug 1810, previous 3 Sep 1810, next 5 Sep 1810

2) Oscar and Malvina; or, The Hall of Fingal (35)

Performances first 26 Jul 1810, previous 3 Sep 1810, next 5 Sep 1810

3) The Hermit's Altar; or, Harlequin from the Clouds (17)

Performances first 16 Aug 1810, previous 3 Sep 1810, next 5 Sep 1810


5 Sep 1810
Wed eve
Covent Garden
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Jack Grapplehard; or, Neptune's Love Messenger (9)

Performances first 27 Aug 1810, previous 4 Sep 1810, next 6 Sep 1810

2) Oscar and Malvina; or, The Hall of Fingal (36)

Performances first 26 Jul 1810, previous 4 Sep 1810, next 6 Sep 1810

3) The Hermit's Altar; or, Harlequin from the Clouds (18)

Performances first 16 Aug 1810, previous 4 Sep 1810, next 6 Sep 1810


6 Sep 1810
Thu eve
Covent Garden
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Jack Grapplehard; or, Neptune's Love Messenger (10)

Performances first 27 Aug 1810, previous 5 Sep 1810, next 7 Sep 1810

2) Oscar and Malvina; or, The Hall of Fingal (37)

Performances first 26 Jul 1810, previous 5 Sep 1810, next 7 Sep 1810

3) The Hermit's Altar; or, Harlequin from the Clouds (19)

Performances first 16 Aug 1810, previous 5 Sep 1810, next 7 Sep 1810


7 Sep 1810
Fri eve
Covent Garden
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Jack Grapplehard; or, Neptune's Love Messenger (11)

Performances first 27 Aug 1810, previous 6 Sep 1810, next 8 Sep 1810

2) Oscar and Malvina; or, The Hall of Fingal (38)

Performances first 26 Jul 1810, previous 6 Sep 1810, next 8 Sep 1810

3) The Hermit's Altar; or, Harlequin from the Clouds (20)

Performances first 16 Aug 1810, previous 6 Sep 1810, next 8 Sep 1810


8 Sep 1810
Sat eve
Covent Garden
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Jack Grapplehard; or, Neptune's Love Messenger (12)

Performances first 27 Aug 1810, previous 7 Sep 1810, next 10 Sep 1810

2) Oscar and Malvina; or, The Hall of Fingal (39)

Performances first 26 Jul 1810, previous 7 Sep 1810, next 10 Sep 1810

3) The Hermit's Altar; or, Harlequin from the Clouds (21)

Performances first 16 Aug 1810, previous 7 Sep 1810, next 10 Sep 1810


10 Sep 1810
Mon eve
Covent Garden
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Jack Grapplehard; or, Neptune's Love Messenger (13)

Performances first 27 Aug 1810, previous 8 Sep 1810, next 11 Sep 1810

2) Oscar and Malvina; or, The Hall of Fingal (40)

Performances first 26 Jul 1810, previous 8 Sep 1810, next 11 Sep 1810

3) The Hermit's Altar; or, Harlequin from the Clouds (22)

Performances first 16 Aug 1810, previous 8 Sep 1810, next 11 Sep 1810


11 Sep 1810
Tue eve
Covent Garden
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Jack Grapplehard; or, Neptune's Love Messenger (14)

Performances first 27 Aug 1810, previous 10 Sep 1810, next 12 Sep 1810

2) Oscar and Malvina; or, The Hall of Fingal (41)

Performances first 26 Jul 1810, previous 10 Sep 1810, next 12 Sep 1810

3) The Hermit's Altar; or, Harlequin from the Clouds (23)

Performances first 16 Aug 1810, previous 10 Sep 1810, next 12 Sep 1810


12 Sep 1810
Wed eve
Covent Garden
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Jack Grapplehard; or, Neptune's Love Messenger (15)

Performances first 27 Aug 1810, previous 11 Sep 1810, next 13 Sep 1810

2) Oscar and Malvina; or, The Hall of Fingal (42)

Performances first 26 Jul 1810, previous 11 Sep 1810, next 13 Sep 1810

3) The Hermit's Altar; or, Harlequin from the Clouds (24)

Performances first 16 Aug 1810, previous 11 Sep 1810, next 13 Sep 1810


13 Sep 1810
Thu eve
Covent Garden
13 Sep 1810
playbill
New York Public Library

Special Performance Benefit: Pearman and Brady

1) Jack Grapplehard; or, Neptune's Love Messenger (16)

Performances first 27 Aug 1810, previous 12 Sep 1810, next 14 Sep 1810

Time 7:00

Cast as reference cast (27 Aug 1810)

BUT Jack Grapplehard: William
  Pearman

Cast Comment Pearman's first app in this role

"Bound 'Prentice to a Waterman", [William] Pearman

2) Oscar and Malvina; or, The Hall of Fingal (43)

Performances first 26 Jul 1810, previous 12 Sep 1810, next 14 Sep 1810

Cast as reference cast (26 Jul 1810)

BUT Draco: Bradby
Scotch pedlar: William Pearman

"I'm a Jolly Gay Pedlar", [William] Pearman; "Monody on the Death of Lord Nelson", J[ohn] Isaacs; "London Sighs", Kusack (this nt only)

3) The Hermit's Altar; or, Harlequin from the Clouds (25)

Performances first 16 Aug 1810, previous 12 Sep 1810, next 14 Sep 1810

"Miss Margery Muggins", Kusack Kusack in character of Clown this nt only

General Non-Title Information

new song: "Banco Regis; or, Tandem Broke Loose", [William] Pearman

hornpipe in fetters: Grant


14 Sep 1810
Fri eve
Covent Garden
13 Sep 1810
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Jack Grapplehard; or, Neptune's Love Messenger (17)

Performances first 27 Aug 1810, previous 13 Sep 1810, next 15 Sep 1810

2) Oscar and Malvina; or, The Hall of Fingal (44)

Performances first 26 Jul 1810, previous 13 Sep 1810, next 15 Sep 1810

3) The Hermit's Altar; or, Harlequin from the Clouds (26)

Performances first 16 Aug 1810, previous 13 Sep 1810, next 15 Sep 1810


15 Sep 1810
Sat eve
Covent Garden
13 Sep 1810
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Jack Grapplehard; or, Neptune's Love Messenger (18)

Performances first 27 Aug 1810, previous 14 Sep 1810

2) Oscar and Malvina; or, The Hall of Fingal (45)

Performances first 26 Jul 1810, previous 14 Sep 1810

3) The Hermit's Altar; or, Harlequin from the Clouds (27)

Performances first 16 Aug 1810, previous 14 Sep 1810

Theatre Information

Sans Pareil Theatre. Doors open 5:30, curtain 6:30, half price 8:30.

Ticket prices: box 4/-, pit 2/-, gallery 1/-. . (After June 25, opening and curtain times were delayed thirty minutes, and half price was at 8:45 PM).

Seasonal Dates

23 April 1810 - 15 September 1810 108 performances: 108 evening

Benefit (1): Pearman and Brady (13 Sep 1810)

Theatre Management And Functionaries

Authors/Pieces

Holland, John? Fiery Cauldron, The (23 Apr 1810)
Percy and Genoura (23 Apr 1810)
Humphreys Intrigue, The (11 Jun 1810)
Jack Grapplehard (27 Aug 1810)
Unknown All Alive in Greenwich (23 Apr 1810)
Fortune's Gift (28 May 1810)
Genoese Tyrant, The (21 May 1810)
Hermit's Altar, The (16 Aug 1810)
Little Aaron (7 May 1810)
Oscar and Malvina (26 Jul 1810)
Shipwrecked Sailor Boy (25 Jun 1810)

Musical Composers And Arrangers

Corri, Montague P.? Fiery Cauldron, The (23 Apr 1810)
Fortune's Gift (28 May 1810)
Intrigue, The (11 Jun 1810)
Little Aaron (7 May 1810)
Ryall Percy and Genoura (23 Apr 1810)

Choreographers

Bologna, John P. Love in a Village (23 Apr 1810)
Village Mill, The (21 May 1810)

Actors

Auld

Harlequin (30) in Fiery Cauldron (23 Apr 1810 - 30 Jun 1810); Harlequin (45) in Fortune's Gift (28 May 1810 - 15 Aug 1810); Osric (18) in Genoese Tyrant (21 May 1810 - 30 Jun 1810); Sawney (27) in Hermit's Altar (16 Aug 1810 - 15 Sep 1810); principal characters (18) in Love in a Village (23 Apr 1810 - 16 Jun 1810); Oscar (45) in Oscar and Malvina (26 Jul 1810 - 15 Sep 1810); Belarmo (39) in Percy and Genoura (23 Apr 1810 - 25 Jul 1810); Jemmie (12) in Village Mill (21 May 1810 - 2 Jun 1810)

Bologna, John P.

Harlequin (27) in Hermit's Altar (16 Aug 1810 - 15 Sep 1810); Carrol (45) in Oscar and Malvina (26 Jul 1810 - 15 Sep 1810); Godfredo (39) in Percy and Genoura (23 Apr 1810 - 25 Jul 1810)

Bradby

Jew (6) in Fiery Cauldron (25 Jun 1810 - 30 Jun 1810); Slumber (30) in Little Aaron (7 May 1810 - 16 Jun 1810); Draco (1) in Oscar and Malvina (13 Sep 1810); Emnamus (39) in Percy and Genoura (23 Apr 1810 - 25 Jul 1810)

Brown

Jew (24) in Fiery Cauldron (23 Apr 1810 - 19 May 1810); Rabono (39) in Percy and Genoura (23 Apr 1810 - 25 Jul 1810)

Corri, Montague P.?

Pantaloon (30) in Fiery Cauldron (23 Apr 1810 - 30 Jun 1810); Pantaloon (45) in Fortune's Gift (28 May 1810 - 15 Aug 1810); Lodovic (18) in Genoese Tyrant (21 May 1810 - 30 Jun 1810); Concordo (39) in Percy and Genoura (23 Apr 1810 - 25 Jul 1810)

Cozens

landlord (45) in Fortune's Gift (28 May 1810 - 15 Aug 1810)

Cross

haymakers (45) in Fortune's Gift (28 May 1810 - 15 Aug 1810)

Edwards

Clown's brother (6) in Fiery Cauldron (23 Apr 1810 - 28 Apr 1810); Clown (24) in Fiery Cauldron (30 Apr 1810 - 30 Jun 1810); clowns (45) in Fortune's Gift (28 May 1810 - 15 Aug 1810); principal characters (6) in Love in a Village (11 Jun 1810 - 16 Jun 1810); Sawney (12) in Village Mill (21 May 1810 - 2 Jun 1810)

Edwards, Master

Second Clown (24) in Fiery Cauldron (30 Apr 1810 - 30 Jun 1810)

Forster

Pierro (24) in Fiery Cauldron (23 Apr 1810 - 19 May 1810)

George

butcher (30) in Fiery Cauldron (23 Apr 1810 - 30 Jun 1810); Strength (45) in Fortune's Gift (28 May 1810 - 15 Aug 1810); William (12) in Intrigue (11 Jun 1810 - 30 Jun 1810); principal characters (39) in Shipwrecked Sailor Boy (25 Jun 1810 - 25 Aug 1810)

Godbee

haymakers (45) in Fortune's Gift (28 May 1810 - 15 Aug 1810); Thomas (12) in Intrigue (11 Jun 1810 - 30 Jun 1810)

Haydon

haymakers (45) in Fortune's Gift (28 May 1810 - 15 Aug 1810); Harry (12) in Intrigue (11 Jun 1810 - 30 Jun 1810)

Holland, John?

Jemmy Corsette (30) in Fiery Cauldron (23 Apr 1810 - 30 Jun 1810); lover (45) in Fortune's Gift (28 May 1810 - 15 Aug 1810); Caesar (18) in Genoese Tyrant (21 May 1810 - 30 Jun 1810); Bang-up Bounce (27) in Hermit's Altar (16 Aug 1810 - 15 Sep 1810); Hindoo (39) in Percy and Genoura (23 Apr 1810 - 25 Jul 1810)

Isaacs, John

principal characters (15) in All Alive in Greenwich (23 Apr 1810 - 9 May 1810); Ibrahim (30) in Fiery Cauldron (23 Apr 1810 - 30 Jun 1810); Gypsies (6) in Fortune's Gift (28 May 1810 - 2 Jun 1810); Hermit of Stonehenge (27) in Hermit's Altar (16 Aug 1810 - 15 Sep 1810); Will Mainstay (12) in Intrigue (11 Jun 1810 - 30 Jun 1810); Henry Cheerly (18) in Jack Grapplehard (27 Aug 1810 - 15 Sep 1810); Tom (30) in Little Aaron (7 May 1810 - 16 Jun 1810); Captainus (39) in Percy and Genoura (23 Apr 1810 - 25 Jul 1810)

Lardner

principal characters (15) in All Alive in Greenwich (23 Apr 1810 - 9 May 1810); Barebones (12) in Intrigue (11 Jun 1810 - 30 Jun 1810); Pinch-Penny (30) in Little Aaron (7 May 1810 - 16 Jun 1810); principal characters (18) in Love in a Village (23 Apr 1810 - 16 Jun 1810); Angus (39) in Percy and Genoura (23 Apr 1810 - 25 Jul 1810); Donald (12) in Village Mill (21 May 1810 - 2 Jun 1810)

Lardner, Master

principal characters (18) in Love in a Village (23 Apr 1810 - 16 Jun 1810); principal characters (39) in Shipwrecked Sailor Boy (25 Jun 1810 - 25 Aug 1810)

Norman, Richard

Clown (6) in Fiery Cauldron (23 Apr 1810 - 28 Apr 1810); clowns (45) in Fortune's Gift (28 May 1810 - 15 Aug 1810); Sygismund (18) in Genoese Tyrant (21 May 1810 - 30 Jun 1810); Clown (27) in Hermit's Altar (16 Aug 1810 - 15 Sep 1810); principal characters (18) in Love in a Village (23 Apr 1810 - 16 Jun 1810); Morvin (45) in Oscar and Malvina (26 Jul 1810 - 15 Sep 1810); Percy (39) in Percy and Genoura (23 Apr 1810 - 25 Jul 1810)

Pearman, William

Jack Grapplehard (1) in Jack Grapplehard (13 Sep 1810); Scotch pedlar (1) in Oscar and Malvina (13 Sep 1810)

Stebbing, Robert?

principal characters (15) in All Alive in Greenwich (23 Apr 1810 - 9 May 1810); Gypsies (6) in Fortune's Gift (28 May 1810 - 2 Jun 1810); turnkey (18) in Genoese Tyrant (21 May 1810 - 30 Jun 1810); Old Skinflint (12) in Intrigue (11 Jun 1810 - 30 Jun 1810); Takestock (18) in Jack Grapplehard (27 Aug 1810 - 15 Sep 1810); Aaron (30) in Little Aaron (7 May 1810 - 16 Jun 1810); Ensarmo (39) in Percy and Genoura (23 Apr 1810 - 25 Jul 1810)

Swan

pastry cook (24) in Fiery Cauldron (23 Apr 1810 - 19 May 1810)

Taylor

baker (45) in Fortune's Gift (28 May 1810 - 15 Aug 1810)

Thorpe

principal characters (15) in All Alive in Greenwich (23 Apr 1810 - 9 May 1810); Mordecai (30) in Fiery Cauldron (23 Apr 1810 - 30 Jun 1810); Paddock (45) in Fortune's Gift (28 May 1810 - 15 Aug 1810); Timothy Spoilcloth (12) in Intrigue (11 Jun 1810 - 30 Jun 1810); Ben (30) in Little Aaron (7 May 1810 - 16 Jun 1810); Lieutano (39) in Percy and Genoura (23 Apr 1810 - 25 Jul 1810)

Yarnold, Edwin

pastry cook (6) in Fiery Cauldron (25 Jun 1810 - 30 Jun 1810); haymakers (45) in Fortune's Gift (28 May 1810 - 15 Aug 1810); Richard (12) in Intrigue (11 Jun 1810 - 30 Jun 1810)

Youens

Pierro (6) in Fiery Cauldron (25 Jun 1810 - 30 Jun 1810); bear (45) in Fortune's Gift (28 May 1810 - 15 Aug 1810); Travapan (39) in Percy and Genoura (23 Apr 1810 - 25 Jul 1810); principal characters (39) in Shipwrecked Sailor Boy (25 Jun 1810 - 25 Aug 1810); Mrs. M'Gregor (12) in Village Mill (21 May 1810 - 2 Jun 1810)

Actresses

Bologna, Miss Barbara

principal characters (15) in All Alive in Greenwich (23 Apr 1810 - 9 May 1810); dancers (45) in Fortune's Gift (28 May 1810 - 15 Aug 1810); Rosetta (12) in Intrigue (11 Jun 1810 - 30 Jun 1810); principal characters (6) in Love in a Village (11 Jun 1810 - 16 Jun 1810); attendant (39) in Percy and Genoura (23 Apr 1810 - 25 Jul 1810); principal characters (39) in Shipwrecked Sailor Boy (25 Jun 1810 - 25 Aug 1810)

Bologna, Miss H.

fairy (6) in Fiery Cauldron (25 Jun 1810 - 30 Jun 1810); dancers (45) in Fortune's Gift (28 May 1810 - 15 Aug 1810); principal characters (18) in Love in a Village (23 Apr 1810 - 16 Jun 1810); principal dancer at banquet (39) in Percy and Genoura (23 Apr 1810 - 25 Jul 1810); principal characters (39) in Shipwrecked Sailor Boy (25 Jun 1810 - 25 Aug 1810); Peggy (12) in Village Mill (21 May 1810 - 2 Jun 1810)

Cummins, Miss

Wisdom (45) in Fortune's Gift (28 May 1810 - 15 Aug 1810); Priscilla (12) in Intrigue (11 Jun 1810 - 30 Jun 1810); principal characters (39) in Shipwrecked Sailor Boy (25 Jun 1810 - 25 Aug 1810)

Daly, Mrs.

Ceremony (30) in Fiery Cauldron (23 Apr 1810 - 30 Jun 1810); oyster woman (45) in Fortune's Gift (28 May 1810 - 15 Aug 1810); Dame Margery (12) in Intrigue (11 Jun 1810 - 30 Jun 1810); Deborah (30) in Little Aaron (7 May 1810 - 16 Jun 1810)

Deveulle, Miss

Almeyda (39) in Percy and Genoura (23 Apr 1810 - 25 Jul 1810)

Frederic, Mme. S.

Statue Columbine (24) in Fiery Cauldron (23 Apr 1810 - 19 May 1810); Riches (39) in Fortune's Gift (11 Jun 1810 - 15 Aug 1810); principal characters (18) in Love in a Village (23 Apr 1810 - 16 Jun 1810); Hellena (39) in Percy and Genoura (23 Apr 1810 - 25 Jul 1810); principal characters (39) in Shipwrecked Sailor Boy (25 Jun 1810 - 25 Aug 1810); Kitty (12) in Village Mill (21 May 1810 - 2 Jun 1810)

George, Mrs.

Beauty (45) in Fortune's Gift (28 May 1810 - 15 Aug 1810); Martha (12) in Intrigue (11 Jun 1810 - 30 Jun 1810)

Goodwin, Miss

Florilla (18) in Genoese Tyrant (21 May 1810 - 30 Jun 1810)

Norman, Mrs. Richard

fairy (24) in Fiery Cauldron (23 Apr 1810 - 19 May 1810); haymakers (6) in Fortune's Gift (28 May 1810 - 2 Jun 1810)

Pincott, Mrs. Elizabeth

Hecate, or Columbine (30) in Fiery Cauldron (23 Apr 1810 - 30 Jun 1810); Columbine (45) in Fortune's Gift (28 May 1810 - 15 Aug 1810); Eloisa (18) in Genoese Tyrant (21 May 1810 - 30 Jun 1810); Mary (30) in Little Aaron (7 May 1810 - 16 Jun 1810); Genoura (39) in Percy and Genoura (23 Apr 1810 - 25 Jul 1810)

Plymsell, Miss

haymakers (39) in Fortune's Gift (11 Jun 1810 - 15 Aug 1810); water-cress girl (6) in Fortune's Gift (28 May 1810 - 2 Jun 1810); Sarah (12) in Intrigue (11 Jun 1810 - 30 Jun 1810)

Ridgway, Mrs. Thomas E.

principal characters (15) in All Alive in Greenwich (23 Apr 1810 - 9 May 1810); Statue Columbine (6) in Fiery Cauldron (25 Jun 1810 - 30 Jun 1810); Fortune (45) in Fortune's Gift (28 May 1810 - 15 Aug 1810); Mary Ann (12) in Intrigue (11 Jun 1810 - 30 Jun 1810); Fanny Maythorn (18) in Jack Grapplehard (27 Aug 1810 - 15 Sep 1810); Susan (30) in Little Aaron (7 May 1810 - 16 Jun 1810); principal characters (12) in Love in a Village (23 Apr 1810 - 5 May 1810); Malvina (45) in Oscar and Malvina (26 Jul 1810 - 15 Sep 1810)

Thorpe, Miss

Miss Grundy (27) in Hermit's Altar (16 Aug 1810 - 15 Sep 1810)

Westley, Miss

Riches (6) in Fortune's Gift (28 May 1810 - 2 Jun 1810); water-cress girl (39) in Fortune's Gift (11 Jun 1810 - 15 Aug 1810)

Wybrow, Mrs.

Clara of the Vale, afterwards Columbine (27) in Hermit's Altar (16 Aug 1810 - 15 Sep 1810)

Singers

Dancers

Entertainers

Pieces Performed And Summary Cast Lists

All Alive in Greenwich; or, Easter Week

(divertissement) by Unknown (15 times, 23 Apr 1810 - 9 May 1810)

Summary Cast:

Fiery Cauldron, The; or, Harlequin on Tip Toe

(comic pantomime) by John? Holland, Montague P.? Corri (comp) (30 times, 23 Apr 1810 - 30 Jun 1810)

Summary Cast:

Fortune's Gift; or, Harlequin Mad Tom

(comic pantomime) by Unknown, Montague P.? Corri (comp) (45 times, 28 May 1810 - 15 Aug 1810)

Summary Cast:

Genoese Tyrant, The; or, Osric and Eloisa

(spectacle) by Unknown (18 times, 21 May 1810 - 30 Jun 1810)

Summary Cast:

* Hermit's Altar, The; or, Harlequin from the Clouds

(comic pantomime) by Unknown (27 times, 16 Aug 1810 - 15 Sep 1810)

Summary Cast:

* Intrigue, The; or, The Miser Duped

(farce) by Humphreys, Montague P.? Corri (comp) (12 times, 11 Jun 1810 - 30 Jun 1810)

Summary Cast:

* Jack Grapplehard; or, Neptune's Love Messenger

(burletta) by Humphreys (18 times, 27 Aug 1810 - 15 Sep 1810)

Summary Cast:

* Little Aaron; or, The Honest Israelite

(burletta, 1 act) by Unknown, Montague P.? Corri (comp) (30 times, 7 May 1810 - 16 Jun 1810)

Summary Cast:

Love in a Village; or, The Blue Coat Boy

(ballet) by John P. Bologna (chor) (18 times, 23 Apr 1810 - 16 Jun 1810)

Summary Cast:

* Oscar and Malvina; or, The Hall of Fingal

(burletta) by Unknown (45 times, 26 Jul 1810 - 15 Sep 1810)

Summary Cast:

Percy and Genoura; or, Edinburgh Castle

(spectacle) by John? Holland, Ryall (comp) (39 times, 23 Apr 1810 - 25 Jul 1810)

Summary Cast:

Shipwrecked Sailor Boy

(ballet) by Unknown (39 times, 25 Jun 1810 - 25 Aug 1810)

Summary Cast:

Village Mill, The; or, Kitty of the Clyde

(ballet) by John P. Bologna (chor) (12 times, 21 May 1810 - 2 Jun 1810)

Summary Cast:

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