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THE LONDON STAGE 1800-1900

Joseph Donohue and James Ellis, General Editors

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THEATRE ROYAL, ADELPHI

(formerly THE SANS PAREIL THEATRE)

(ENGLISH OPERA COMPANY)

1806-1900

Calendar for Summer 1830

Edited by Alfrida Lee

A Publication of

The Adelphi Calendar Project

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

Theodore J. Seward, Jr., Systems Analyst

Contents

Illustrations

The Season

In 1830, there was a summer season, the performances not being given by the Adelphi Company but by that of the English Opera House, whose theatre had been burnt to the ground on 16 February. Of necessity, the company had to perform in other theatres while its own house was rebuilt. George Bartley, the manager, in his closing speech, well expressed their plight. He commented on the necessity of having new scenery, dresses and decorations for every piece, "old and new, every species of property, every book and manuscript and every sheet of music having been destroyed." The season, he said, was not a prosperous one, owing partly to the smallness of the theatre and the extra expenses "notwithstanding very liberal sacrifices on the parts of the performers." New Monthly Magazine and Literary Journal had commented on the disadvantage of such a small theatre for operatic productions (XXX, 334). The cost of leasing the theatre may have been considerable, but it seems that the terms were satisfactory on both sides as the E. O. H Company performed at the Adelphi the following summer.

Despite the difficulties, twenty-eight new pieces were given, four of these requiring many different scenes. New pieces were presented even late in the season. Music, of course, predominated. Three of Mozart's operas and one by Marschner were included (the music arranged by Bishop or Hawes) and overtures by Handel, Mozart, Rossini, Paer, and Halevy were given frequently. Most of the pieces were not, however, of this enduring quality and were usually billed as operettas or operatic farces. The chief composers were Hawes (musical director), and George Rodwell (musical director of the Adelphi). Among the authors were John B. Buckstone, who had written for the Adelphi, Richard B. Peake and James R. Planché, whose pieces were produced there.

The scenery was created by Tomkins and Pitt, as in the winter seasons, but new names, in addition to those of Godbee and Mrs. Stillman, appear for the wardrobe: Head and Mrs. Murry. O. Smith, who performed with the Adelphi Company, is mentioned as being in charge of the "melodramatic department."

The quality of the acting especially that of Miss Kelly was praised. On 2 July, the Times wrote, "There is certainly no actress on the stage who possesses, in anything like the same degree, the influence which she is capable of exercising over the audience. This is sometimes overdone as it detracts from the intention of the drama. Notwithstanding this fault (for it is one) Miss Kelly's acting of The Sister of Charity can hardly be surpassed"; and on 10 September in the review of The Irish Girl, the critic said: "It is a very flimsy affair, but the admirable acting of Miss Kelly brought it through triumphantly. The character of the Irish Girl was evidently written for her, and around that, which in other hands would have been exceedingly insipid, she threw a halo of interest, which attracted and enchained the strongest feeling of the audience." Mary Ann Keeley, whose acting was not apparently up to the same standard, earned a creditable mention. In Sister of Charity, she "played the part of Ninetta with great effect." In The Skeleton Lover she played "particularly well." Robert Keeley, in the first mentioned piece was "very amusing," but in Skeleton Lover "rather overcharged the nonsense that was written for him." Hunt "acquitted himself very agreeably," and the other actors "exerted themselves laudably." Overall, the efforts of the company had considerable merit, and the fault in productions lay elsewhere.

Some of the authors, unnamed and two not known did not serve the company well. Skeleton Lover was condemned for "nastiness" and as a "piece of vulgarity." Again the Times critic: "its chance of future success will depend mainly upon the unsparing curtailment of the objectionable passages; and which they were; the folks behind the scenes cannot be at a loss to discover." However, "some portions of it were deservedly applauded." With or without alterations, it was performed intermittently throughout the season, including the closing night. The author of The Irish Girl was dismissed as "certainly not the most felicitous of writers."

The worst condemnation was of the translation of Don Juan. The authorship has been attributed to John B. Buckstone. It is billed as a "free translation of the opera of the same name." Whether he was the translator or whether he worked from another translation is not known. His name does not appear on the bill, and though successful in much of his writing for the Adelphi, he seems to have done badly by Don Juan. The Times said: "The translation is extremely bad ... the dialogue ... vapid and pointless."

However, musical compositions and productions generally seem to have been of a high standard. George Rodwell's music for Skeleton Lover was "of a very pleasing character and extremely well adapted to the drama," and the piece "well got up." In Don Juan, "the arrangement of the music has been effected by Mr. Hawes, and the manner in which it has been performed is extremely creditable to his taste." The Adelphi was not ideal for such a production. The Times wrote, "the theatre is much too small to do justice to the efforts of the actors; it gives no assistance to the best parts of the singing, and exposes all the imperfections which attend the other parts in a most striking light. The care and good taste which have been bestowed upon the getting up of this opera deserve a more favourable opportunity than can be afforded them here." Financially the season does not appear to have been a success. On October 1, the New Monthly Magazine and Literary Journal stated, "Mr. Arnold [presumably Bartley, the manager, was intended] has met with slender recompense for his exertions having seldom filled the little theatre of the Adelphi."

In his closing speech, George Bartley mentions Don Juan, "Mozart's great work," as the outstanding piece introduced in the season. This production &alone is evidence of the efforts made by the manager and all the company not only to maintain their standards but to extend their range, and this was no mean achievement in a small theatre. Bartley's hope of a new theatre was not to be fulfilled until 14 July 1834.

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Daily Calendar For SUMMER 1830

Illustration: Keeley, Mrs. Robert (Mary Anne Goward) (1805-1899): Actress & actor-manager  [1st Performance Jul 1, 1830]


 
Title:Keeley, Mrs. Robert (Mary Anne Goward) (1805-1899): Actress & actor-manager
Description:Keeley, Mrs. Robert (Mary Anne Goward) (1805-1899): Actress & actor-manager
1st Performance:Jul 1, 1830
Theatre:Adelphi
Source:National Portrait Gallery, London: NPG 1558; Age 92.  Located on Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Anne_Keeley; http://www.npg.org.uk/collections/search/portrait.php?search=ap&npgno=1558&eDate=&lDate=., Jul 1, 1830

Illustration: Keeley, Mrs. Robert (Mary Anne Goward) (1805-1899): Actress & actor-manager  [1st Performance Jul 1, 1830]


 
Title:Keeley, Mrs. Robert (Mary Anne Goward) (1805-1899): Actress & actor-manager
Description:Keeley, Mrs. Robert (Mary Anne Goward) (1805-1899): Actress & actor-manager
1st Performance:Jul 1, 1830
Theatre:Adelphi
Source:(c1830-1850) cityoflondon.gov.uk; ‘Breeches Role’.  Located on Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Anne_Keeley; http://www.cityoflondon.gov.uk/Corporation/lma_learning/theatrelands/gallery.asp?ID=TL-IG-09.jpg., Jul 1, 1830

1 Jul 1830
Thu eve
English Opera House
1 Jul 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) The Sister of Charity (1)

Title Comment Sister of Charity reviewed in Times, 2 July 1830
AU: [Baynem], COMP: William Hawes

Performances first 1 Jul 1830, next 2 Jul 1830

Genre (opera) romantick drama

First Night Cast

Colonel Saxe: Baker; Captain Wiemer: James Vining; Paulo (peasant): [Robert] Keeley; Andrea: O. Smith; Joseph: Perkins; Jacomo: Fuller; Worgman (sentinel): Salter; St. Ursula (the Sister of Charity): Miss [Frances M.] Kelly (1st time in London this year); Nannetta: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley (1st time)

Reference Cast

Colonel Saxe: Baker
Captain Wiemer: James Vining
Paulo: Robert Keeley
Andrea: O. Smith
Joseph: Perkins
Worgman: Salter
St. Ursula: Miss Frances M.
   Kelly

Nannetta: Miss Harriet Cawse
Lieutenant: Irwin

2) Lying Made Easy (1)

Title Comment Lying Made Easy reviewed in Times, 2 July 1830
COMP: William Hawes

Performances first 1 Jul 1830, next 3 Jul 1830

Genre (comic operetta) comick operetta

First Night Cast

Mr. Swallow: [George] Bartley; Henry Swallow (his nephew): Thorne; Flam: [Benjamin] Wrench; Mrs. Swallow: Miss [Leonora] Pincott (1st time); Sophia: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello (1st time here)

Reference Cast

Mr. Swallow: George Bartley
Henry Swallow: Thorne
Flam: Benjamin Wrench
Mrs. Swallow: Miss Leonora
   Pincott

Sophia: Miss Cecilia? Novello

3) The Middle Temple; or, "Which Is My Son"? (1)

AU: [Richard B. Peake], COMP: George H. Rodwell

Performances first 1 Jul 1830, next 16 Jul 1830

Genre (comic operetta) comick operetta

First Night Cast

Briefless: [Benjamin] Wrench; Brutus Hairbrain: [Robert] Keeley; Mr. Prettyman: W. Bennett; Doggins: Salter; Noggins: Fuller; Hairbrain: Minton; Pounce: Heath; John: [John] Sanders; Mrs. Middlemist: Mrs. C[harles F.] Jones; Julia: Miss [Leonora] Pincott; Penelope: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

Reference Cast

Briefless: Benjamin Wrench
Brutus Hairbrain: Robert Keeley
Mr. Prettyman: W. Bennett
Doggins: Salter
Noggins: Fuller
Hairbrain: Minton
Pounce: Heath
John: John Sanders
Mrs. Middlemist: Mrs. Charles F.
   Jones

Julia: Miss Leonora Pincott
Penelope: Mrs. Robert Keeley

2 Jul 1830
Fri eve
English Opera House
2 Jul 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) The Sister of Charity (2)

Performances first 1 Jul 1830, previous 1 Jul 1830, next 3 Jul 1830

Cast as reference cast (1 Jul 1830)

BUT Nannetta: Mrs. Robert
  Keeley

2) Gretna Green (1)

AU: [Samuel Beazley Jr.], COMP: George W. Reeve

Performances first 2 Jul 1830, next 16 Jul 1830

Genre (operetta) musical entertainment

First Night Cast

Lord Lovewell: [James] Bland; Mr. Tomkins: W. Bennett; Mr. Jenkins: [Benjamin] Wrench; Larder: G[eorge] Penson; Emily: Miss [Leonora] Pincott; Betty Finnikin: Miss [Frances M.] Kelly

Reference Cast

Lord Lovewell: James Bland
Mr. Tomkins: W. Bennett
Mr. Jenkins: Benjamin Wrench
Larder: J. Russell
Emily: Miss Leonora Pincott
Betty Finnikin: Miss Frances M.
   Kelly

3) Amateurs and Actors (1)

AU: [Richard B. Peake]

Performances first 2 Jul 1830, next 5 Jul 1830

Genre (operatic farce) musical farce; 2 acts

First Night Cast

David Dulcet Esq. (musical amateur who employs Mr. O. P. Bustle, attached to theatricals and Miss Mary Hardacre): [James] Bland; Mr. O. P. Bustle (provincial manager, but engaged to superintend some private theatricals): G[eorge] Penson; Wing (poor country actor): [Benjamin] Wrench; Elderberry (retired manufacturer): [George] Bartley; Berry (actor for the heavy business): Fuller; Timkins (Elderberry's factotum): Minton; Geoffry Muffincap (elderly charity boy, let out as a servant at Bustle's lodgings): [Robert] Keeley; Miss Mary Hardacre (fugitive ward of Elderberry): Miss [Cecilia?] Novello; Mrs. Mary Goneril (strolling tragedy actress and a serious evil to her husband): Mrs. C[harles F.] Jones

Reference Cast

David Dulcet Esq.: James Bland
Mr. O. P. Bustle: George Penson
Wing: Benjamin Wrench
Elderberry: George Bartley
Berry: Fuller
Timkins: Minton
Geoffry Muffincap: Robert
   Keeley

Miss Mary Hardacre: Miss
   Cecilia? Novello

Mrs. Mary Goneril: Mrs. Charles
   F. Jones

overture (from Les Deux Aveugles de Toledo): [Mehul] "The music selected by David Dulcet Esq., assisted by several eminent composers" (bill)

aria buffa: "Amor Perche Mi Pizzichi" [Fioravanti], G[eorge] Penson aria in imitation of a popular Italian performer

General Non-Title Information

grand overture (from Idomeneo, Re di Creta): [[Wolfgang A.] Mozart]

air: "The Harmonious Blacksmith" [George F. Handel (comp); Eley (arr)]


3 Jul 1830
Sat eve
English Opera House
3 Jul 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) The Sister of Charity (3)

Performances first 1 Jul 1830, previous 2 Jul 1830, next 6 Jul 1830

Cast as reference cast (1 Jul 1830)

BUT Nannetta: Mrs. Robert
  Keeley

2) Lying Made Easy (2)

Performances first 1 Jul 1830, previous 1 Jul 1830, next 23 Jul 1830

3) The Master's Rival; or, A Day at Boulogne (1)

AU: [Richard B. Peake], COMP: William Hawes

Performances first 3 Jul 1830, next 8 Jul 1830

Genre (operatic farce) comick entertainment interspersed with songs

First Night Cast

Sir Colley Cowmeadow: [George] Bartley; Peter Shack: [Benjamin] Wrench; Paul Shack: [Robert] Keeley; Captain Middleton: [James] Bland; Mr. Aldgate: W. Bennett; Robin: Salter; Barnes: Minton; Mrs. Aldgate: Mrs. C[harles F.] Jones; Amelia Aldgate: Miss [Leonora] Pincott; Tibby Postlethwaite: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

Reference Cast

Sir Colley Cowmeadow: George
   Bartley

Peter Shack: Benjamin Wrench
Paul Shack: Robert Keeley
Captain Middleton: James Bland
Mr. Aldgate: W. Bennett
Robin: Salter
Barnes: Minton
Mrs. Aldgate: Mrs. Charles F.
   Jones

Amelia Aldgate: Miss Leonora
   Pincott

Tibby Postlethwaite: Mrs. Robert
   Keeley

selection: "Overture in C" [[Ferdinando] Paer]

General Non-Title Information

overture (from Prometheus): [Ludwig van Beethoven]


5 Jul 1830
Mon eve
English Opera House
5 Jul 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) Don Juan (1)

Title Comment 1st time on English stage
AU: [John B. Buckstone], COMP: Wolfgang A. Mozart, ARR: William Hawes

Performances first 5 Jul 1830, next 6 Jul 1830

Genre (comic opera) grand romantic comic opera (being a free translation of the opera of the same name)

First Night Cast

Don Juan: H[enry] Phillips; Don Octavio: T. Millar (fr Bath and Bristol concerts, 1st app); Don Pedro (commandant): Aldridge (fr tr Bath, 1st London app); Leporello: G[eorge] Penson; Masetto: Thorne; Donna Anna: Miss Betts; Donna Elvira: Miss Ferguson (fr tr Dublin, 1st London app); Zerlina: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley; peasantry, guests, domestics: Bowman, Cooper, East, Fuller, Green, Heath, Henshaw, Irwin, Jones, May, Miller, Sherreff, Walsh, Willis, Miss Blackford, Mrs. East, Miss Gliddon, Miss S. Goward, Miss Melbourne, Miss [Cecilia?] Novello, Mrs. Nursey, Miss Perry, Miss Reid, Mrs. Tennant, Miss Vials, Mrs. Walsh, Mrs. Wells, Miss Wills

Reference Cast

Don Juan: Henry Phillips
Don Octavio: T. Millar
Don Pedro: Aldridge
Leporello: George Penson
Masetto: Thorne
Donna Anna: Miss Betts
Donna Elvira: Miss Ferguson
Zerlina: Mrs. Robert Keeley
peasantry, guests, domestics:
   Bowman
   Cooper
   East
   Fuller
   Green
   Heath
   Henshaw
   Irwin
   Jones
   May
   Miller
   Walsh
   Willis
   Miss Blackford
   Mrs. East
   Miss Gliddon
   Miss S. Goward
   Miss Melbourne
   Miss Cecilia? Novello
   Mrs. Nursey
   Miss Perry
   Miss Reid
   Mrs. Tennant
   Miss Vials
   Mrs. Walsh
   Mrs. Wells
   Miss Wills
   Sherreff

DIR:O. Smith

Equestrian statue of Don Pedro

1. a square in Seville; 2. a street in Seville; 3. picturesque landscape; 4. a garden; 4. splendid saloon; 5. cemetery by moonlight

"Now introducing for the first time on the English stage, the whole of Mozart's admired musick; arranged and adapted to English words by Mr. William Hawes" (bill)

2) Amateurs and Actors (2)

Performances first 2 Jul 1830, previous 2 Jul 1830


6 Jul 1830
Tue eve
English Opera House
6 Jul 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) Don Juan (2)

Performances first 5 Jul 1830, previous 5 Jul 1830, next 7 Jul 1830

2) The Sister of Charity (4)

Performances first 1 Jul 1830, previous 3 Jul 1830, next 7 Jul 1830

Cast as reference cast (1 Jul 1830)

BUT Nannetta: Mrs. Robert
  Keeley


7 Jul 1830
Wed eve
English Opera House
7 Jul 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) Don Juan (3)

Performances first 5 Jul 1830, previous 6 Jul 1830, next 8 Jul 1830

2) The Sister of Charity (5)

Performances first 1 Jul 1830, previous 6 Jul 1830, next 10 Jul 1830

Cast as reference cast (1 Jul 1830)

BUT Nannetta: Mrs. Robert
  Keeley


8 Jul 1830
Thu eve
English Opera House
8 Jul 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) Don Juan (4)

Performances first 5 Jul 1830, previous 7 Jul 1830, next 9 Jul 1830

2) The Master's Rival; or, A Day at Boulogne (2)

Performances first 3 Jul 1830, previous 3 Jul 1830, next 17 Sep 1830


9 Jul 1830
Fri eve
English Opera House
9 Jul 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) Don Juan (5)

Performances first 5 Jul 1830, previous 8 Jul 1830, next 10 Jul 1830

Cast as reference cast (5 Jul 1830)

OMITS peasantry, guests,
  domestics: Sherreff

2) Military Tactics (1)

Title Comment 1st time this season
AU: [James R. Planche], COMP: [George W. Reeve]

Performances first 9 Jul 1830, next 31 Aug 1830

Genre (comic operetta) comic operetta

First Night Cast

Monsieur Tateur (retired merchant): [George] Bartley; Colonel Belfront: James Vining; Captain Francoeur: Thorne; Finesse (valet to Monsieur Tateur): [Benjamin] Wrench; Julie (niece to Monsieur Tateur): Miss Ferguson (1st time)

Reference Cast

Monsieur Tateur: George Bartley
Colonel Belfront: James Vining
Captain Francoeur: Thorne
Finesse: Benjamin Wrench
Julie: Miss Ferguson

3) The Quartette; or, Interrupted Harmony (1)

COMP: William Hawes

Performances first 9 Jul 1830, next 17 Jul 1830

Genre (operetta) new operetta

First Night Cast

General Lafonde: W. Bennett; Ernest (Captain of Hussars): [Benjamin] Wrench; Major Belcour (Hussar): G[eorge] Penson; Blaston (trumpeter of Hussars): Salter; Pippin (black porter of the chateau): Fuller; Madame de Luceval: Miss Betts; Madame Lafonde: Mrs. Jerrold; Justine (femme de chambre): Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

Reference Cast

General Lafonde: W. Bennett
Ernest: Benjamin Wrench
Major Belcour: George Penson
Blaston: Salter
Pippin: Fuller
Madame de Luceval: Miss Betts
Madame Lafonde: Mrs. Jerrold
Justine: Mrs. Robert Keeley

overture (from The Marriage of Figaro): [[Wolfgang A.] Mozart]

General Non-Title Information

overture (from Tancredi): [[Gioacchino A.] Rossini]


10 Jul 1830
Sat eve
English Opera House
10 Jul 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) Don Juan (6)

Performances first 5 Jul 1830, previous 9 Jul 1830, next 12 Jul 1830

Cast as reference cast (5 Jul 1830)

OMITS peasantry, guests,
  domestics: Sherreff

2) The Sister of Charity (6)

Performances first 1 Jul 1830, previous 7 Jul 1830, next 17 Jul 1830

Cast as reference cast (1 Jul 1830)

BUT Nannetta: Mrs. Robert
  Keeley


12 Jul 1830
Mon eve
English Opera House
12 Jul 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) Don Juan (7)

Performances first 5 Jul 1830, previous 10 Jul 1830, next 13 Jul 1830

Cast as reference cast (5 Jul 1830)

OMITS peasantry, guests,
  domestics: Sherreff

2) The Sergeant's Wife (1)

Title Comment 1st time this season
AU: [John Banim], COMP: Goss

Performances first 12 Jul 1830, next 13 Jul 1830

Genre (musical drama) new drama

First Night Cast

Old Cartouch: [George] Bartley; Frederick Cartouch (the sergeant): Thorne; Sergeant Louis: [James] Bland; Sergeant George: Irwin; Robin: [Robert] Keeley; Dennis: [Frank?] Matthews; Gaspard: O. Smith; Lisette (Sergeant's wife): Miss [Frances M.] Kelly; Margot: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

Reference Cast

Old Cartouch: George Bartley
Frederick Cartouch: Thorne
Sergeant Louis: James Bland
Sergeant George: Irwin
Robin: Robert Keeley
Dennis: Frank? Matthews
Gaspard: O. Smith
Lisette: Miss Frances M. Kelly
Margot: Mrs. Robert Keeley

(dI) quadrille: Mrs. Wells, Miss Reid, Miss Blackford, Miss Vials

General Non-Title Information

overture (from Zauberflote): [[Wolfgang A.] Mozart]


13 Jul 1830
Tue eve
English Opera House
13 Jul 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) Don Juan (8)

Performances first 5 Jul 1830, previous 12 Jul 1830, next 20 Jul 1830

Cast as reference cast (5 Jul 1830)

OMITS peasantry, guests,
  domestics: Sherreff

2) The Sergeant's Wife (2)

Performances first 12 Jul 1830, previous 12 Jul 1830, next 19 Jul 1830

General Non-Title Information

Bill has comment about closing until July 16. The count on Don Juan suggests there were performances on the July 13, 1830


14 Jul 1830
Wed eve
English Opera House

DARK: Lying in State of King George IV


15 Jul 1830
Thu eve
English Opera House

DARK: Funeral King George IV


16 Jul 1830
Fri eve
English Opera House
16 Jul 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) The Skeleton Lover! (1)

Title Comment Skeleton Lover reviewed in Times 17 July 1830; "Founded on black letter tract The Condign Punishment of a Transylvania Necromancer" (bill); 1st time ever
AU: [Unknown], COMP: George H. Rodwell

Performances first 16 Jul 1830, next 17 Jul 1830

Genre (musical drama) entirely new and original romantick musical drama; 2 acts

First Night Cast

Count Rudolph (the lover): O. Smith; Hans Bobbs (his valet): [Robert] Keeley; Baron Von Glowenstein: [George] Bartley; Ebert (rival to Count Rudolph): Hunt (1st app here); Balthazar Elzevir (aged bookseller): W. Bennett; Bonck (blind fiddler): Salter; Stobel (steward to the Baron): Minton; Professor Poreliber: Irwin; Dr. Metterville: Fuller; Savoyard: [John] Sanders; book-dealer: J. Cooper; traders, servants,townspeople, peasants, Hungarian followers of Count Rudolph, itinerant musicians; Constance (daughter of Baron Von Glowenstein): Miss H[arriet] Cawse; Peretta (niece to Elzevir): Mrs. [Robert] Keeley; Baroness Von Glowenstein: Mrs. C[harles F.] Jones; Clotilda (attendant on Constance): Mrs. East

Reference Cast

Count Rudolph: O. Smith
Hans Bobbs: Robert Keeley
Baron Von Glowenstein: George
   Bartley

Ebert: Hunt
Balthazar Elzevir: W. Bennett
Bonck: Salter
Stobel: Minton
Professor Poreliber: Irwin
Dr. Metterville: Fuller
Savoyard: John Sanders
book-dealer: J. Cooper
Constance: Miss Harriet Cawse
Peretta: Mrs. Robert Keeley
Baroness Von Glowenstein: Mrs.
   Charles F. Jones

Clotilda: Mrs. East

DIR: O. Smith

"final discovery and destruction of the skeleton lover"

I,i Leipsic Fair; I,ii Ebert's apartment, with a mirror which reflects the chamber and persons in the opposite dwelling; I,iii Elzevir's library; I,iv chamber in the castle; I,v turret chamber in the castle of Von Glowenstein, and first discovery of the skeleton lover; II,i anti-room in the turret chamber; II,ii the library; II,iii a landscape; II,iv court garden of the castle with the turret clock

2) Gretna Green (2)

Performances first 2 Jul 1830, previous 2 Jul 1830, next 22 Jul 1830

3) The Middle Temple; or, "Which Is My Son"? (2)

Performances first 1 Jul 1830, previous 1 Jul 1830, next 20 Jul 1830


17 Jul 1830
Sat eve
English Opera House
17 Jul 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) The Skeleton Lover! (2)

Performances first 16 Jul 1830, previous 16 Jul 1830, next 19 Jul 1830

2) The Quartette; or, Interrupted Harmony (2)

Performances first 9 Jul 1830, previous 9 Jul 1830, next 20 Jul 1830

3) The Sister of Charity (7)

Performances first 1 Jul 1830, previous 10 Jul 1830, next 21 Jul 1830


19 Jul 1830
Mon eve
English Opera House
19 Jul 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) The Skeleton Lover! (3)

Performances first 16 Jul 1830, previous 17 Jul 1830, next 21 Jul 1830

2) He "Lies Like Truth" (1)

AU: [F. Kimpton]

Performances first 19 Jul 1830, next 21 Jul 1830

Genre (comic operetta) comick operetta

First Night Cast

Sir Charles Manly: Baker; Truepenny: W. Bennett; Rattler: [Benjamin] Wrench; Clincher: Benson E. Hill; Harriet: Miss [Leonora] Pincott; Priscilla: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

Reference Cast

Sir Charles Manly: Baker
Truepenny: W. Bennett
Rattler: Benjamin Wrench
Clincher: Benson E. Hill
Harriet: Miss Leonora Pincott
Priscilla: Mrs. Robert Keeley

3) The Sergeant's Wife (3)

Performances first 12 Jul 1830, previous 13 Jul 1830, next 22 Jul 1830


20 Jul 1830
Tue eve
English Opera House
20 Jul 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) Don Juan (9)

Performances first 5 Jul 1830, previous 13 Jul 1830, next 22 Jul 1830

Cast as reference cast (5 Jul 1830)

OMITS peasantry, guests,
  domestics: Sherreff

2) The Middle Temple; or, "Which Is My Son"? (3)

Performances first 1 Jul 1830, previous 16 Jul 1830, next 23 Aug 1830

3) The Quartette; or, Interrupted Harmony (3)

Performances first 9 Jul 1830, previous 17 Jul 1830, next 26 Jul 1830


21 Jul 1830
Wed eve
English Opera House
21 Jul 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) The Skeleton Lover! (4)

Performances first 16 Jul 1830, previous 19 Jul 1830, next 23 Jul 1830

2) He "Lies Like Truth" (2)

Performances first 19 Jul 1830, previous 19 Jul 1830, next 21 Aug 1830

3) The Sister of Charity (8)

Performances first 1 Jul 1830, previous 17 Jul 1830, next 23 Jul 1830


22 Jul 1830
Thu eve
English Opera House
22 Jul 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) Don Juan (10)

Performances first 5 Jul 1830, previous 20 Jul 1830, next 24 Jul 1830

Cast as reference cast (5 Jul 1830)

OMITS peasantry, guests,
  domestics: Sherreff

2) Gretna Green (3)

Performances first 2 Jul 1830, previous 16 Jul 1830, next 13 Sep 1830

3) The Sergeant's Wife (4)

Performances first 12 Jul 1830, previous 19 Jul 1830, next 28 Jul 1830


23 Jul 1830
Fri eve
English Opera House
23 Jul 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) The Skeleton Lover! (5)

Performances first 16 Jul 1830, previous 21 Jul 1830, next 24 Jul 1830

2) Lying Made Easy (3)

Performances first 1 Jul 1830, previous 3 Jul 1830, next 6 Aug 1830

3) The Sister of Charity (9)

Performances first 1 Jul 1830, previous 21 Jul 1830, next 26 Jul 1830


24 Jul 1830
Sat eve
English Opera House
24 Jul 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) The Skeleton Lover! (6)

Performances first 16 Jul 1830, previous 23 Jul 1830, next 26 Jul 1830

2) Don Juan (11)

Performances first 5 Jul 1830, previous 22 Jul 1830, next 28 Jul 1830

Cast as reference cast (5 Jul 1830)

OMITS peasantry, guests,
  domestics: Sherreff

26 Jul 1830
Mon eve
English Opera House
26 Jul 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) The Skeleton Lover! (7)

Performances first 16 Jul 1830, previous 24 Jul 1830, next 29 Jul 1830

2) The Sister of Charity (10)

Performances first 1 Jul 1830, previous 23 Jul 1830, next 12 Aug 1830

3) The Quartette; or, Interrupted Harmony (4)

Performances first 9 Jul 1830, previous 20 Jul 1830, next 20 Aug 1830


27 Jul 1830
Tue eve
English Opera House
27 Jul 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) Der Vampyr (1)

Title Comment "Freely translated from the German of Wilhelm A. Wohlbruck" (bill)
AU: [James R. Planche], COMP: Heinrich Marschner, ARR: William Hawes

Performances first 27 Jul 1830, next 30 Jul 1830

Genre (opera) grand romantic opera; intro, 2 acts

First Night Cast

characters in the introduction Eblis (Prince of Evil): O. Smith; Der Vampyr: H[enry] Phillips; Alexis Zeriny (Hungarian officer): T. Millar (1st time); Yanitza (Greek Chieftain): [Frank?] Matthews; Marco: Irwin; Ianthe (daughter of Yanitza): Miss Ferguson (1st time) characters in the opera Baron Kassova: Thorne; Count Mavrocordo: H[enry] Phillips; Wenzel (Baron's heiduk): [James] Bland; Martin Brunn (host of the Golden Eagle): Minton; Franz Boro: G[eorge] Penson; Stephen Sarko: J. Russell; Michael Zips: Salter; Johan Bosky: Fuller; peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians: Bowman, Cooper, East, Fuller, Green, Heath, Henshaw, Irwin, Jones, May, Miller, Sherreff, Walsh, Willis, Miss Blackford, Mrs. East, Miss Gliddon, Miss S. Goward, Miss Melbourne, Miss [Cecilia?] Novello, Mrs. Nursey, Miss Vials, Miss Perry, Mrs. Walsh, Miss Reid, Mrs. Wells, Mrs. Tennant, Miss Wills; Henrika (Baron Kassova's daughter): Miss Betts; Suzie Boro: Mrs. C[harles F.] Jones; Liska: Miss H[arriet] Cawse

Cast Comment Miss Wills may be Miss Willis, but the bills clearly show "Wills."

Reference Cast

Eblis: O. Smith
Der Vampyr: Henry Phillips
Alexis Zeriny: T. Millar
Yanitza: Frank? Matthews
Marco: Irwin
Ianthe: Miss Ferguson
Baron Kassova: Thorne
Count Mavrocordo: Henry
   Phillips

Wenzel: James Bland
Martin Brunn: Minton
Franz Boro: George Penson
Stephen Sarko: J. Russell
Michael Zips: Salter
Johan Bosky: Fuller
peasantry of the Bannat,
   Transylvanians, Wallachians,
   Hungarians:
   Bowman
   Cooper
   East
   Fuller
   Green
   Heath
   Henshaw
   Irwin
   Jones
   May
   Miller
   Sherreff
   Walsh
   Willis
   Miss Blackford
   Mrs. East
   Miss Gliddon
   Miss S. Goward
   Miss Melbourne
   Miss Cecilia? Novello
   Mrs. Nursey
   Miss Vials
   Miss Perry
   Mrs. Walsh
   Miss Reid
   Mrs. Wells
   Mrs. Tennant
   Miss Wills
Henrika: Miss Betts
Suzie Boro: Mrs. Charles F.
   Jones

Liska: Miss Harriet Cawse

"Mr. Hawes presides at the pianoforte" (bill)

intro. a ravine in the Balkans; I,i corridor of the Baron Kassova's castle in the Bannat of Temesvar; II,i a Wirthshaus or inn of a Transylvanian village on the banks of the Maros; II,ii [evening] the inn; II,iii hall and chapel in the castle of Kassova

2) Pop; or, Sparrow Shooting (1)

AU: [Unknown], COMP: William Hawes

Performances first 27 Jul 1830, next 28 Jul 1830

Genre (operatic farce) new dramatic foolery

First Night Cast

Old Fizzlegig: [George] Bartley; Old Quizby: W. Bennett; Cornelius Cramcalf: [Robert] Keeley; Tom Trimbush: Thorne; Hoaxley: James Vining; Jem: Heath; Miss Dolly Fizzlegig: Mrs. C[harles F.] Jones; Miss Peggy: Miss Ferguson

Reference Cast

Old Fizzlegig: George Bartley
Old Quizby: W. Bennett
Cornelius Cramcalf: Robert
   Keeley

Tom Trimbush: Thorne
Hoaxley: James Vining
Jem: Heath
Miss Dolly Fizzlegig: Mrs.
   Charles F. Jones

Miss Peggy: Miss Ferguson

3) Free and Easy (1)

AU: [Samuel J. Arnold], COMP: John Addison

Performances first 27 Jul 1830, next 5 Aug 1830

Genre (comic opera)

First Night Cast

Sir John Freeman: [Benjamin] Wrench; Mr. Courtly: [George] Bartley; Ralph: [Frank?] Matthews; Michael: [Robert] Keeley; Richard: Salter; Peter: Miss Lane; Mrs. Courtly: Miss Ferguson; Eugenia: Miss [Leonora] Pincott; Gertrude: Miss [Frances M.] Kelly; Rose: Miss Fenton; cook: Mrs. Jerrold

Reference Cast

Sir John Freeman: Benjamin
   Wrench

Mr. Courtly: George Bartley
Ralph: Frank? Matthews
Michael: Robert Keeley
Richard: Salter
Peter: Miss Lane
Mrs. Courtly: Miss Ferguson
Eugenia: Miss Leonora Pincott
Gertrude: Miss Frances M. Kelly
Rose: Miss Fenton
cook: Mrs. Jerrold

28 Jul 1830
Wed eve
English Opera House
28 Jul 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) Don Juan (12)

Performances first 5 Jul 1830, previous 24 Jul 1830, next 31 Jul 1830

2) Pop; or, Sparrow Shooting (2)

Performances first 27 Jul 1830, previous 27 Jul 1830, next 29 Jul 1830

3) The Sergeant's Wife (5)

Performances first 12 Jul 1830, previous 22 Jul 1830, next 13 Aug 1830


29 Jul 1830
Thu eve
English Opera House
29 Jul 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) Midas (1)

AU: [Kane O'Hara]

Performances first 29 Jul 1830, next 31 Jul 1830

Genre (burletta) admired burletta

First Night Cast

immortals Jupiter: Aldridge; Apollo: Miss Coveney (1st time here); Pan: Thorne; Mars: H. Jones; Bacchus: Green; Mercury: Heath; Vulcan: Fuller; Ganymede: J. Cooper; Juno: Mrs. East; Minerva: Miss Wills; Venus: Miss Melbourne; the Graces: Mrs. Wells, Miss Vials, Miss Reid, mortals Midas: J. Russell; Sileno: Salter; Damaetas: [James] Bland; shepherd: Willis; Mysis: Mrs. C[harles F.] Jones; Daphne: Miss Ferguson; Nysa: Miss H[arriet] Cawse

Reference Cast

Jupiter: Aldridge
Apollo: Miss Coveney
Pan: Thorne
Mars: H. Jones
Bacchus: Green
Mercury: Heath
Vulcan: Fuller
Ganymede: J. Cooper
Juno: Mrs. East
Minerva: Miss Wills
Venus: Miss Melbourne
the Graces:
   Mrs. Wells
   Miss Vials
   Miss Reid
Midas: J. Russell
Sileno: Salter
Damaetas: James Bland
shepherd: Willis
Mysis: Mrs. Charles F. Jones
Daphne: Miss Ferguson
Nysa: Miss Harriet Cawse

2) The Skeleton Lover! (8)

Performances first 16 Jul 1830, previous 26 Jul 1830, next 30 Jul 1830

3) "Wanted a Governess!" (1)

AU: [Richard B. Peake]

Performances first 29 Jul 1830, next 2 Aug 1830

Genre (musical farce) revived musical farce; 1 act

First Night Cast

Rusty: [George] Bartley; Captain Dashwood: [James] Bland; Theophilus Foxglove: Thorne; Higginbottom: Salter; Lucy Dashwood: Miss [Frances M.] Kelly; Julia Malvern: Miss [Leonora] Pincott

Reference Cast

Rusty: George Bartley
Captain Dashwood: James Bland
Theophilus Foxglove: Thorne
Higginbottom: Salter
Lucy Dashwood: Miss Frances M.
   Kelly

Julia Malvern: Miss Leonora
   Pincott

4) Pop; or, Sparrow Shooting (3)

Performances first 27 Jul 1830, previous 28 Jul 1830, next 30 Jul 1830

General Non-Title Information

overture (from Zaira): [Winter]


30 Jul 1830
Fri eve
English Opera House
30 Jul 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) Der Vampyr (2)

Performances first 27 Jul 1830, previous 27 Jul 1830, next 2 Aug 1830

Cast truncated on the bill

2) Pop; or, Sparrow Shooting (4)

Performances first 27 Jul 1830, previous 29 Jul 1830, next 31 Jul 1830

3) The Skeleton Lover! (9)

Performances first 16 Jul 1830, previous 29 Jul 1830, next 2 Aug 1830


31 Jul 1830
Sat eve
English Opera House
31 Jul 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) Don Juan (13)

Performances first 5 Jul 1830, previous 28 Jul 1830, next 3 Aug 1830

2) Pop; or, Sparrow Shooting (5)

Performances first 27 Jul 1830, previous 30 Jul 1830, next 3 Aug 1830

3) Midas (2)

Performances first 29 Jul 1830, previous 29 Jul 1830, next 4 Aug 1830


2 Aug 1830
Mon eve
English Opera House
2 Aug 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) Der Vampyr (3)

Performances first 27 Jul 1830, previous 30 Jul 1830, next 5 Aug 1830

2) "Wanted a Governess!" (2)

Performances first 29 Jul 1830, previous 29 Jul 1830, next 3 Aug 1830

3) The Skeleton Lover! (10)

Performances first 16 Jul 1830, previous 30 Jul 1830, next 10 Aug 1830


3 Aug 1830
Tue eve
English Opera House
3 Aug 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) Don Juan (14)

Performances first 5 Jul 1830, previous 31 Jul 1830, next 10 Aug 1830

2) "Wanted a Governess!" (3)

Performances first 29 Jul 1830, previous 2 Aug 1830, next 5 Aug 1830

3) Pop; or, Sparrow Shooting (6)

Performances first 27 Jul 1830, previous 31 Jul 1830, next 4 Aug 1830


4 Aug 1830
Wed eve
English Opera House
4 Aug 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) Midas (3)

Performances first 29 Jul 1830, previous 31 Jul 1830, next 6 Aug 1830

2) The Bottle Imp (1)

Title Comment 1st time here
AU: [Richard B. Peake], COMP: George H. Rodwell

Performances first 4 Aug 1830, next 6 Aug 1830

Genre (musical drama) operatick romance

First Night Cast

Albert (German traveller): Hunt (1st time); Willibald (Albert's servant): [Robert] Keeley; Nicola (Spaniard): Baker; Waldeck (farmer): [Frank?] Matthews; Conrade (Nicola's son, officer of musqueteers in the Venetian service): Perkins; Shadrac (Jew pedlar): Minton; Jomelli (musqueteer): Salter; sergeant: East; soldier: Fuller; Montorio (agent of the Inquisition): J. Cooper; inquisitor: Irwin; chamberlain: Heath; Bottle Imp: O. Smith; gondoliers, musqueteers, officers, soldiers, inquisitors, guests at Nicola's villa, pages, domestics: [Unlisted]; Marcelia (daughter of Waldeck): Mrs. [Robert] Keeley; Lucretia (Venetian lady): Miss [Leonora] Pincott; Philippa (Lucretia's attendant): Miss H[arriet] Cawse

Reference Cast

Albert: Hunt
Willibald: Robert Keeley
Nicola: Perkins
Waldeck: Frank? Matthews
Conrade: Baker
Shadrac: Minton
Jomelli: Salter
sergeant: East
soldier: Fuller
Montorio: J. Cooper
inquisitor: Irwin
chamberlain: Heath
Bottle Imp: O. Smith
gondoliers, musqueteers,
   officers, soldiers,
   inquisitors, guests at Nicola's
   villa, pages, domestics:
   Unlisted

Marcelia: Mrs. Robert Keeley
Lucretia: Miss Leonora Pincott
Philippa: Miss Harriet Cawse

3) Spoiled Child (1)

AU: [Mrs. Dorothea Jordan]
Au Comm This farce has been attributed also to Isaac Bickerstaffe, Richard Ford, Mrs. Jordan was known for many years as "Little Pickle"

Performances first 4 Aug 1830, next 6 Aug 1830

Genre (musical farce) musical entertainment

First Night Cast

Little Pickle: Miss Coveney; Old Pickle: W. Bennett; Tag: [Benjamin] Wrench; John: Salter; Thomas: East; Miss Pickle: Mrs. C[harles F.] Jones; Maria: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello; Margery: Mrs. Jerrold; Susan: Mrs. East

Reference Cast

Little Pickle: Miss Coveney
Old Pickle: W. Bennett
Tag: Benjamin Wrench
John: Salter
Thomas: East
Miss Pickle: Mrs. Charles F.
   Jones

Maria: Miss Cecilia? Novello
Margery: Mrs. Jerrold
Susan: Mrs. East

hornpipe: Miss Coveney

4) Pop; or, Sparrow Shooting (7)

Performances first 27 Jul 1830, previous 3 Aug 1830, next 9 Aug 1830


5 Aug 1830
Thu eve
English Opera House
5 Aug 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) Der Vampyr (4)

Performances first 27 Jul 1830, previous 2 Aug 1830, next 7 Aug 1830

2) "Wanted a Governess!" (4)

Performances first 29 Jul 1830, previous 3 Aug 1830, next 7 Aug 1830

3) Free and Easy (2)

Performances first 27 Jul 1830, previous 27 Jul 1830


6 Aug 1830
Fri eve
English Opera House
6 Aug 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) Spoiled Child (2)

Performances first 4 Aug 1830, previous 4 Aug 1830

2) The Bottle Imp (2)

Performances first 4 Aug 1830, previous 4 Aug 1830, next 7 Aug 1830

Cast as reference cast (4 Aug 1830)

BUT Nicola: Baker
Conrade: Perkins

3) Lying Made Easy (4)

Performances first 1 Jul 1830, previous 23 Jul 1830, next 24 Aug 1830

4) Midas (4)

Performances first 29 Jul 1830, previous 4 Aug 1830, next 11 Aug 1830


7 Aug 1830
Sat eve
English Opera House
7 Aug 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) Der Vampyr (5)

Performances first 27 Jul 1830, previous 5 Aug 1830, next 9 Aug 1830

2) "Wanted a Governess!" (5)

Performances first 29 Jul 1830, previous 5 Aug 1830, next 10 Aug 1830

3) The Bottle Imp (3)

Title Comment Times has Lying Made Easy as 3 piece
Performances first 4 Aug 1830, previous 6 Aug 1830, next 9 Aug 1830

Cast as reference cast (4 Aug 1830)

BUT Nicola: James Vining
Conrade: Perkins

9 Aug 1830
Mon eve
English Opera House
9 Aug 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) Der Vampyr (6)

Performances first 27 Jul 1830, previous 7 Aug 1830, next 12 Aug 1830

2) Pop; or, Sparrow Shooting (8)

Performances first 27 Jul 1830, previous 4 Aug 1830, next 11 Aug 1830

3) The Bottle Imp (4)

Performances first 4 Aug 1830, previous 7 Aug 1830, next 11 Aug 1830

Cast as reference cast (4 Aug 1830)

BUT Nicola: James Vining
Conrade: Perkins

10 Aug 1830
Tue eve
English Opera House
10 Aug 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) Don Juan (15)

Performances first 5 Jul 1830, previous 3 Aug 1830, next 17 Aug 1830

Cast truncated on the bill

2) "Wanted a Governess!" (6)

Performances first 29 Jul 1830, previous 7 Aug 1830, next 12 Aug 1830

3) The Skeleton Lover! (11)

Performances first 16 Jul 1830, previous 2 Aug 1830, next 14 Aug 1830


11 Aug 1830
Wed eve
English Opera House
11 Aug 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) The Bottle Imp (5)

Performances first 4 Aug 1830, previous 9 Aug 1830, next 13 Aug 1830

Cast as reference cast (4 Aug 1830)

BUT Conrade: James Bland

2) Highland Reel (1)

AU: [John O'Keefe], COMP: [William Shield]

Performances first 11 Aug 1830, next 13 Aug 1830

Genre (comic opera) popular musical entertainment

First Night Cast

McGilpin: W. Bennett; Sandy: T. Millar; Charley: Thorne; Captain Dash: Benson E. Hill; Sergeant Jack: [James] Bland; Shelty: [Robert] Keeley; Laird of Raasay: Minton; Croudy: [Frank?] Matthews; Apie: Heath; Benin: Richardson; servant: J. Cooper; peasants, constables: Bowman, Cooper, East, Fuller, Green, Heath, Henshaw, Jones, May, Miller, Walsh, Willis, Mrs. Wells, Miss Vials, Miss Reid, Miss Blackford; Moggy McGilpin: Miss Coveney (1st time this role); Jenny: Miss Ferguson

Reference Cast

McGilpin: W. Bennett
Sandy: T. Millar
Charley: Thorne
Captain Dash: Benson E. Hill
Sergeant Jack: James Bland
Shelty: Robert Keeley
Laird of Raasay: Minton
Croudy: Frank? Matthews
Apie: Heath
Benin: Richardson
servant: J. Cooper
peasants, constables:
   Bowman
   Cooper
   East
   Fuller
   Green
   Heath
   Henshaw
   Jones
   May
   Miller
   Walsh
   Willis
   Mrs. Wells
   Miss Vials
   Miss Reid
   Miss Blackford
Moggy McGilpin: Miss Coveney
Jenny: Miss Ferguson

"The Banners of Blue", Miss Coveney; "Fairy Queen", T. Millar

3) Pop; or, Sparrow Shooting (9)

Performances first 27 Jul 1830, previous 9 Aug 1830, next 14 Aug 1830

Cast as reference cast (27 Jul 1830)

BUT Hoaxley: Benson E. Hill
OMITS Jem: Heath

4) Midas (5)

Performances first 29 Jul 1830, previous 6 Aug 1830


12 Aug 1830
Thu eve
English Opera House
12 Aug 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) Der Vampyr (7)

Performances first 27 Jul 1830, previous 9 Aug 1830, next 14 Aug 1830

2) "Wanted a Governess!" (7)

Performances first 29 Jul 1830, previous 10 Aug 1830, next 13 Aug 1830

3) The Sister of Charity (11)

Performances first 1 Jul 1830, previous 26 Jul 1830, next 19 Aug 1830


13 Aug 1830
Fri eve
English Opera House
13 Aug 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) The Sergeant's Wife (6)

Performances first 12 Jul 1830, previous 28 Jul 1830

2) Highland Reel (2)

Performances first 11 Aug 1830, previous 11 Aug 1830

Cast as reference cast (11 Aug 1830)

BUT Jenny: Miss Cecilia?
  Novello

3) "Wanted a Governess!" (8)

Performances first 29 Jul 1830, previous 12 Aug 1830, next 16 Aug 1830

4) The Bottle Imp (6)

Performances first 4 Aug 1830, previous 11 Aug 1830, next 16 Aug 1830


14 Aug 1830
Sat eve
English Opera House
14 Aug 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) Der Vampyr (8)

Performances first 27 Jul 1830, previous 12 Aug 1830, next 18 Aug 1830

Cast as reference cast (27 Jul 1830)

BUT Ianthe: Miss Leonora
  Pincott

2) Pop; or, Sparrow Shooting (10)

Performances first 27 Jul 1830, previous 11 Aug 1830

Cast as reference cast (27 Jul 1830)

BUT Hoaxley: Benson E. Hill
OMITS Jem: Heath

3) The Skeleton Lover! (12)

Performances first 16 Jul 1830, previous 10 Aug 1830, next 17 Aug 1830


16 Aug 1830
Mon eve
English Opera House
16 Aug 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) Cosi Fan Tutte; or, Tit for Tat (1)

Title Comment 1st time this theatre
AU: [Samuel J. Arnold], COMP: Wolfgang A. Mozart, ARR: William Hawes

Performances first 16 Aug 1830, next 20 Aug 1830

Genre (comic opera) comic opera

First Night Cast

Ferrando (young Italian officer): Hunt (1st time); Guglielmo (young Italian officer): Thorne; Alphonso: H[enry] Phillips; Fiordiligi (sister to Dorabella): Miss Betts; Dorabella (sister to Fiordiligi): Miss Ferguson (1st time); Despina (servant to Dorabella): Mrs. [Robert] Keeley (1st time)

Reference Cast

Ferrando: Hunt
Guglielmo: Thorne
Alphonso: Henry Phillips
Fiordiligi: Miss Betts
Dorabella: Miss Ferguson
Despina: Mrs. Robert Keeley

2) "Wanted a Governess!" (9)

Performances first 29 Jul 1830, previous 13 Aug 1830, next 17 Aug 1830

3) The Bottle Imp (7)

Performances first 4 Aug 1830, previous 13 Aug 1830, next 18 Aug 1830


17 Aug 1830
Tue eve
English Opera House
17 Aug 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) Don Juan (16)

Performances first 5 Jul 1830, previous 10 Aug 1830, next 25 Aug 1830

2) "Wanted a Governess!" (10)

Performances first 29 Jul 1830, previous 16 Aug 1830, next 18 Aug 1830

3) The Skeleton Lover! (13)

Performances first 16 Jul 1830, previous 14 Aug 1830, next 19 Aug 1830


18 Aug 1830
Wed eve
English Opera House
18 Aug 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) Der Vampyr (9)

Performances first 27 Jul 1830, previous 14 Aug 1830, next 21 Aug 1830

Cast as reference cast (27 Jul 1830)

BUT Ianthe: Miss Leonora
  Pincott

2) "Wanted a Governess!" (11)

Performances first 29 Jul 1830, previous 17 Aug 1830, next 19 Aug 1830

3) The Bottle Imp (8)

Performances first 4 Aug 1830, previous 16 Aug 1830, next 21 Aug 1830


19 Aug 1830
Thu eve
English Opera House
19 Aug 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) The Sister of Charity (12)

Performances first 1 Jul 1830, previous 12 Aug 1830, next 7 Sep 1830

2) "Wanted a Governess!" (12)

Performances first 29 Jul 1830, previous 18 Aug 1830, next 20 Aug 1830

3) The Skeleton Lover! (14)

Performances first 16 Jul 1830, previous 17 Aug 1830, next 26 Aug 1830


20 Aug 1830
Fri eve
English Opera House
20 Aug 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) Cosi Fan Tutte; or, Tit for Tat (2)

Performances first 16 Aug 1830, previous 16 Aug 1830

2) "Wanted a Governess!" (13)

Performances first 29 Jul 1830, previous 19 Aug 1830, next 28 Aug 1830

3) The Quartette; or, Interrupted Harmony (5)

Performances first 9 Jul 1830, previous 26 Jul 1830, next 25 Aug 1830

4) The Rendezvous (1)

Title Comment 1st time this theatre
AU: [Richard Ayton], COMP: Price

Performances first 20 Aug 1830

Genre (operetta) comick operetta

First Night Cast

Captain Bolding: Thorne; Charles: [James] Bland; Quake: W. Bennett; Simon: [Robert] Keeley; Smart: Salter; Sophia: Miss [Frances M.] Kelly; Lucretia: Miss [Leonora] Pincott; Rose: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

Reference Cast

Captain Bolding: Thorne
Charles: James Bland
Quake: W. Bennett
Simon: Robert Keeley
Smart: Salter
Sophia: Miss Frances M. Kelly
Lucretia: Miss Leonora Pincott
Rose: Mrs. Robert Keeley

21 Aug 1830
Sat eve
English Opera House
21 Aug 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) Der Vampyr (10)

Performances first 27 Jul 1830, previous 18 Aug 1830, next 23 Aug 1830

Cast as reference cast (27 Jul 1830)

BUT Ianthe: Miss Leonora
  Pincott

2) He "Lies Like Truth" (3)

Performances first 19 Jul 1830, previous 21 Jul 1830, next 28 Aug 1830

3) The Bottle Imp (9)

Performances first 4 Aug 1830, previous 18 Aug 1830, next 24 Aug 1830


23 Aug 1830
Mon eve
English Opera House
23 Aug 1830
playbill
Westminster Public Library

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) Der Vampyr (11)

Performances first 27 Jul 1830, previous 21 Aug 1830, next 27 Aug 1830

Cast as reference cast (27 Jul 1830)

BUT Ianthe: Miss Leonora
  Pincott

2) The Spring Lock (1)

Title Comment 1st time here
AU: [Richard B. Peake], COMP: George H. Rodwell

Performances first 23 Aug 1830, next 24 Aug 1830

Genre (musical entertainment) new musical entertainment; 2 acts

First Night Cast

Lorenzo de Medici (Grand Duke of Florence): Hunt (1st time); Ludovico de Medici (Lorenzo's cousin): [James] Bland; Count Montefieri: [Frank?] Matthews; Giulio (in the suite of Lodovico): James Vining; Camaldoli (confidant of Lorenzo): Benson E. Hill; Monaco (comic actor): J. Russell; Doctor Manente (physician of Florence and rival to Dr. Flamingo): [Robert] Keeley; Doctor Flamingo (rival to Manente): O. Smith; Zenobio: Fuller; Burchiello: Irwin; Amadore: Miller; Mazzoneschi (black servant): Heath; Lucillo: East; Amarantha (daughter of Montefieri): Miss H[arriet] Cawse (1st time); Vergellina (Amarantha's attendant): Mrs. [Robert] Keeley; Monna Brigida (wife of Doctor Manente): Mrs. C[harles F.] Jones

Reference Cast

Lorenzo de Medici: Hunt
Ludovico de Medici: James Bland
Count Montefieri: Frank?
   Matthews

Giulio: James Vining
Camaldoli: Benson E. Hill
Monaco: J. Russell
Doctor Manente: Robert Keeley
Doctor Flamingo: O. Smith
Zenobio: Fuller
Burchiello: Irwin
Amadore: Miller
Mazzoneschi: Heath
Lucillo: East
Amarantha: Miss Harriet Cawse
Vergellina: Mrs. Robert Keeley
Monna Brigida: Mrs. Charles F.
   Jones

I,i outside a tavern in the city of Florence; I,ii garden of the Montefieri Palace adjoining the Medici Palace--turret--oratory; I,iii chamber in Dr. Manente's house; I,iv saloon in Lorenzo's palace; I,v [moonlight] the garden; I,vi interior of the upper story of the turret, antique cabinet with the spring lock; II,i apartment in the palace; II,ii saloon in the Montefieri Palace; II,iii an attic with bare walls; II,iv interior of the physician's house; II,v apartment in the turret, the cabinet and spring lock

3) The Middle Temple; or, "Which Is My Son"? (4)

Performances first 1 Jul 1830, previous 20 Jul 1830, next 26 Aug 1830

General Non-Title Information

Deuce Is in Her appearing as first pc on NN bill and Wanted A Governess appearing third, postponed due to Miss Kelly's illness (announcement in 24 August bills)


24 Aug 1830
Tue eve
English Opera House
24 Aug 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) The Spring Lock (2)

Performances first 23 Aug 1830, previous 23 Aug 1830, next 25 Aug 1830

2) Lying Made Easy (5)

Performances first 1 Jul 1830, previous 6 Aug 1830, next 26 Aug 1830

3) The Bottle Imp (10)

Performances first 4 Aug 1830, previous 21 Aug 1830, next 10 Sep 1830


25 Aug 1830
Wed eve
English Opera House
25 Aug 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) Don Juan (17)

Performances first 5 Jul 1830, previous 17 Aug 1830, next 31 Aug 1830

2) The Spring Lock (3)

Performances first 23 Aug 1830, previous 24 Aug 1830, next 26 Aug 1830

3) The Quartette; or, Interrupted Harmony (6)

Performances first 9 Jul 1830, previous 20 Aug 1830, next 27 Aug 1830


26 Aug 1830
Thu eve
English Opera House
26 Aug 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) The Spring Lock (4)

Performances first 23 Aug 1830, previous 25 Aug 1830, next 27 Aug 1830

Cast truncated on the bill

2) The Middle Temple; or, "Which Is My Son"? (5)

Performances first 1 Jul 1830, previous 23 Aug 1830, next 8 Sep 1830

3) The Skeleton Lover! (15)

Performances first 16 Jul 1830, previous 19 Aug 1830, next 30 Aug 1830

4) Lying Made Easy (6)

Performances first 1 Jul 1830, previous 24 Aug 1830, next 17 Sep 1830


27 Aug 1830
Fri eve
English Opera House
27 Aug 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) Der Vampyr (12)

Performances first 27 Jul 1830, previous 23 Aug 1830, next 2 Sep 1830

Cast as reference cast (27 Jul 1830)

BUT Ianthe: Miss Leonora
  Pincott

2) The Spring Lock (5)

Performances first 23 Aug 1830, previous 26 Aug 1830, next 28 Aug 1830

3) The Quartette; or, Interrupted Harmony (7)

Performances first 9 Jul 1830, previous 25 Aug 1830, next 10 Sep 1830


28 Aug 1830
Sat eve
English Opera House
28 Aug 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) The Deuce Is in Her (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever
AU: [Richard J. Raymond], COMP: John Barnett

Performances first 28 Aug 1830, next 30 Aug 1830

Genre (operatic farce) new operetta

First Night Cast

Sir Guy Don (disguised as his own steward): [George] Bartley; Greville (Sir Guy's nephew): [Benjamin] Wrench; Florid: [James] Bland; servants: Heath, Bowman; Widow Volatile: Miss [Frances M.] Kelly; sentry: Miss H[arriet] Cawse; Lady Trifle: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello; Mrs. Lovetale: Miss Melbourne; Lady Kitty Crocodile: Miss Reid; Honorable Miss Fadeaway: Mrs. Wells; Miss Killman: Miss Vials; Miss Minikin: Miss Blackford

Reference Cast

Sir Guy Don: George Bartley
Greville: Benjamin Wrench
Florid: James Bland
servants:
   Heath
   Bowman
Widow Volatile: Miss Frances M.
   Kelly

sentry: Miss Harriet Cawse
Lady Trifle: Miss Cecilia?
   Novello

Mrs. Lovetale: Miss Melbourne
Lady Kitty Crocodile: Miss Reid
Honorable Miss Fadeaway: Mrs.
   Wells

Miss Killman: Miss Vials
Miss Minikin: Miss Blackford

2) The Spring Lock (6)

Performances first 23 Aug 1830, previous 27 Aug 1830, next 30 Aug 1830

3) "Wanted a Governess!" (14)

Performances first 29 Jul 1830, previous 20 Aug 1830, next 30 Aug 1830

4) He "Lies Like Truth" (4)

Performances first 19 Jul 1830, previous 21 Aug 1830, next 11 Sep 1830


30 Aug 1830
Mon eve
English Opera House
30 Aug 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) The Deuce Is in Her (2)

Performances first 28 Aug 1830, previous 28 Aug 1830, next 1 Sep 1830

2) The Spring Lock (7)

Performances first 23 Aug 1830, previous 28 Aug 1830, next 31 Aug 1830

3) "Wanted a Governess!" (15)

Performances first 29 Jul 1830, previous 28 Aug 1830, next 1 Sep 1830

4) The Skeleton Lover! (16)

Performances first 16 Jul 1830, previous 26 Aug 1830, next 1 Sep 1830


31 Aug 1830
Tue eve
English Opera House
31 Aug 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) Don Juan (18)

Performances first 5 Jul 1830, previous 25 Aug 1830, next 4 Sep 1830

2) The Spring Lock (8)

Performances first 23 Aug 1830, previous 30 Aug 1830, next 1 Sep 1830

3) Military Tactics (2)

Performances first 9 Jul 1830, previous 9 Jul 1830


1 Sep 1830
Wed eve
English Opera House
1 Sep 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) The Deuce Is in Her (3)

Performances first 28 Aug 1830, previous 30 Aug 1830, next 3 Sep 1830

2) The Spring Lock (9)

Performances first 23 Aug 1830, previous 31 Aug 1830, next 2 Sep 1830

3) "Wanted a Governess!" (16)

Performances first 29 Jul 1830, previous 30 Aug 1830, next 3 Sep 1830

4) The Skeleton Lover! (17)

Performances first 16 Jul 1830, previous 30 Aug 1830, next 3 Sep 1830


2 Sep 1830
Thu eve
English Opera House
2 Sep 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) Der Vampyr (13)

Performances first 27 Jul 1830, previous 27 Aug 1830, next 20 Sep 1830

2) The Foster-brothers (1)

AU: [Unknown], COMP: William Hawes

Performances first 2 Sep 1830, next 3 Sep 1830

Genre (vaudeville) new vaudeville

First Night Cast

Bertrand (discharged servant): James Vining; Jacot (peasant): J. Russell; Gripard (money scrivener): W. Bennett; sergeant: Irwin; conscripts, peasants: East, Fuller, Green, Henshaw, Jones, May, Miller, Walsh, Willis, Mrs. East, Mrs. Jerrold, Mrs. Tennant, Mrs. Walsh, Miss Gliddon, Miss Melbourne, Miss [Cecilia?] Novello, Mrs. Nursey, Miss Perry, Miss Wills; Therese: Miss H[arriet] Cawse

Reference Cast

Bertrand: James Vining
Jacot: J. Russell
Gripard: W. Bennett
sergeant: Irwin
conscripts, peasants:
   East
   Fuller
   Green
   Henshaw
   Jones
   May
   Miller
   Walsh
   Willis
   Mrs. East
   Mrs. Jerrold
   Mrs. Tennant
   Mrs. Walsh
   Miss Gliddon
   Miss Melbourne
   Miss Cecilia? Novello
   Mrs. Nursey
   Miss Perry
   Miss Wills
Therese: Miss Harriet Cawse

3) The Spring Lock (10)

Performances first 23 Aug 1830, previous 1 Sep 1830, next 4 Sep 1830


3 Sep 1830
Fri eve
English Opera House
3 Sep 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) The Deuce Is in Her (4)

Performances first 28 Aug 1830, previous 1 Sep 1830, next 6 Sep 1830

2) The Foster-brothers (2)

Performances first 2 Sep 1830, previous 2 Sep 1830, next 4 Sep 1830

3) "Wanted a Governess!" (17)

Performances first 29 Jul 1830, previous 1 Sep 1830, next 6 Sep 1830

4) The Skeleton Lover! (18)

Performances first 16 Jul 1830, previous 1 Sep 1830, next 6 Sep 1830


4 Sep 1830
Sat eve
English Opera House
4 Sep 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) Don Juan (19)

Performances first 5 Jul 1830, previous 31 Aug 1830, next 21 Sep 1830

2) The Foster-brothers (3)

Performances first 2 Sep 1830, previous 3 Sep 1830, next 6 Sep 1830

selection: "Overture in D" [[Bernhard] Romberg]

3) The Spring Lock (11)

Performances first 23 Aug 1830, previous 2 Sep 1830, next 7 Sep 1830


6 Sep 1830
Mon eve
English Opera House
6 Sep 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) The Deuce Is in Her (5)

Performances first 28 Aug 1830, previous 3 Sep 1830, next 9 Sep 1830

2) The Foster-brothers (4)

Performances first 2 Sep 1830, previous 4 Sep 1830, next 8 Sep 1830

3) "Wanted a Governess!" (18)

Performances first 29 Jul 1830, previous 3 Sep 1830, next 7 Sep 1830

4) The Skeleton Lover! (19)

Performances first 16 Jul 1830, previous 3 Sep 1830, next 8 Sep 1830


7 Sep 1830
Tue eve
English Opera House
7 Sep 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) The Sister of Charity (13)

Performances first 1 Jul 1830, previous 19 Aug 1830, next 20 Sep 1830

2) "Wanted a Governess!" (19)

Performances first 29 Jul 1830, previous 6 Sep 1830, next 10 Sep 1830

3) The Spring Lock (12)

Performances first 23 Aug 1830, previous 4 Sep 1830, next 11 Sep 1830


8 Sep 1830
Wed eve
English Opera House
8 Sep 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) Rosina (1)

Title Comment "An adaptation of Favart's Les Moissonneurs, 1768" (Nicoll)
AU: [Frances Brooke], COMP: William Shield

Performances first 8 Sep 1830, next 11 Sep 1830

Genre (comic opera) comick opera

First Night Cast

Belville: T. Millar (1st time); Captain Belville: [James] Bland; rustic: Salter; William: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley; first Irishman: Benson E. Hill; second Irishman: Miller; haymakers, villagers: Unlisted; Rosina: Mrs. Evans (1st time this company, 4th any stage); Phoebe: Miss Ferguson; Dorcas: Mrs. C[harles F.] Jones

Reference Cast

Belville: T. Millar
Captain Belville: James Bland
rustic: Salter
William: Mrs. Robert Keeley
first Irishman: Benson E. Hill
second Irishman: Green
haymakers, villagers: Unlisted
Rosina: Mrs. Evans
Phoebe: Miss Ferguson
Dorcas: Mrs. Charles F. Jones

"The Thorn", T. Millar

2) The Foster-brothers (5)

Performances first 2 Sep 1830, previous 6 Sep 1830, next 9 Sep 1830

3) The Middle Temple; or, "Which Is My Son"? (6)

Performances first 1 Jul 1830, previous 26 Aug 1830, next 13 Sep 1830

4) The Skeleton Lover! (20)

Performances first 16 Jul 1830, previous 6 Sep 1830, next 14 Sep 1830


9 Sep 1830
Thu eve
English Opera House
9 Sep 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) The Irish Girl (1)

AU: [Richard? Ryan], COMP: William Hawes

Performances first 9 Sep 1830, next 10 Sep 1830

Genre (musical drama) new musical drama

First Night Cast

Lord Kilmore: [Frank?] Matthews; Sir Leinster Leybrooke (under assumed name of Gerald): Hunt; Mandeville (steward to Lord Kilmore): Perkins; O'Rourke: Benson E. Hill; Jarvis: Salter; servants: Minton, Heath; Bridget O'Rourke (the Irish Girl): Miss [Frances M.] Kelly; Lady Julia: Miss H[arriet] Cawse; ladies: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello, Miss Vials

Reference Cast

Lord Kilmore: Frank? Matthews
Sir Leinster Leybrooke: T.
   Millar

Mandeville: Perkins
O'Rourke: Benson E. Hill
Jarvis: Salter
servants:
   Minton
   Heath
Bridget O'Rourke: Miss Frances
   M. Kelly

Lady Julia: Miss Harriet Cawse
ladies:
   Miss Cecilia? Novello
   Miss Vials
peasants:
   East
   Fuller
   Green
   Henshaw
   Jones
   May
   Walsh

2) The Foster-brothers (6)

Performances first 2 Sep 1830, previous 8 Sep 1830, next 11 Sep 1830

3) The Deuce Is in Her (6)

Performances first 28 Aug 1830, previous 6 Sep 1830, next 16 Sep 1830

General Non-Title Information

new overture: [[J. Fromental] Halevy] overture 1st time this country


10 Sep 1830
Fri eve
English Opera House
10 Sep 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) The Irish Girl (2)

Performances first 9 Sep 1830, previous 9 Sep 1830, next 13 Sep 1830

Cast as reference cast (9 Sep 1830)

BUT Sir Leinster Leybrooke:
  Hunt

OMITS peasants:
  East
  Fuller
  Green
  Henshaw
  Jones
  May
  Walsh

2) The Quartette; or, Interrupted Harmony (8)

Performances first 9 Jul 1830, previous 27 Aug 1830, next 18 Sep 1830

3) "Wanted a Governess!" (20)

Performances first 29 Jul 1830, previous 7 Sep 1830, next 14 Sep 1830

4) The Bottle Imp (11)

Performances first 4 Aug 1830, previous 24 Aug 1830, next 13 Sep 1830


11 Sep 1830
Sat eve
English Opera House
11 Sep 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) The Foster-brothers (7)

Performances first 2 Sep 1830, previous 9 Sep 1830, next 14 Sep 1830

Cast truncated in the source

2) Rosina (2)

Performances first 8 Sep 1830, previous 8 Sep 1830, next 18 Sep 1830

3) He "Lies Like Truth" (5)

Performances first 19 Jul 1830, previous 28 Aug 1830

4) The Spring Lock (13)

Performances first 23 Aug 1830, previous 7 Sep 1830, next 15 Sep 1830


13 Sep 1830
Mon eve
English Opera House
13 Sep 1830
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) The Irish Girl (3)

Performances first 9 Sep 1830, previous 10 Sep 1830, next 14 Sep 1830

2) The Middle Temple; or, "Which Is My Son"? (7)

Performances first 1 Jul 1830, previous 8 Sep 1830, next 16 Sep 1830

3) Gretna Green (4)

Performances first 2 Jul 1830, previous 22 Jul 1830

4) The Bottle Imp (12)

Performances first 4 Aug 1830, previous 10 Sep 1830, next 22 Sep 1830


14 Sep 1830
Tue eve
English Opera House
14 Sep 1830
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) The Irish Girl (4)

Performances first 9 Sep 1830, previous 13 Sep 1830, next 15 Sep 1830

2) The Foster-brothers (8)

Performances first 2 Sep 1830, previous 11 Sep 1830, next 24 Sep 1830

3) "Wanted a Governess!" (21)

Performances first 29 Jul 1830, previous 10 Sep 1830, next 17 Sep 1830

4) The Skeleton Lover! (21)

Performances first 16 Jul 1830, previous 8 Sep 1830, next 16 Sep 1830


15 Sep 1830
Wed eve
English Opera House
15 Sep 1830
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) The Irish Girl (5)

Performances first 9 Sep 1830, previous 14 Sep 1830, next 16 Sep 1830

2) The Marriage of Figaro (1)

COMP: Wolfgang A. Mozart
Au Comm "With the new music composed by Mr. Bishop" (bill)

Performances first 15 Sep 1830

Genre (comic opera) comic opera; 3 acts

First Night Cast

Count Almaviva: [Benjamin] Wrench; Fiorello: [James] Bland; Basil: Aldridge; Figaro: G[eorge] Penson; Antonio: [George] Bartley; Cherubino (the page): Mrs. [Robert] Keeley (1st time); Countess Almaviva: Miss Betts; Susanna: Mrs. Evans (3rd app this company, sixth any stage); Barbarina: Miss Ferguson; Marcellina: Mrs. East

Reference Cast

Count Almaviva: Benjamin Wrench
Fiorello: James Bland
Basil: Aldridge
Figaro: George Penson
Antonio: George Bartley
Cherubino: Mrs. Robert Keeley
Countess Almaviva: Miss Betts
Susanna: Mrs. Evans
Barbarina: Miss Ferguson
Marcellina: Mrs. East

(dIII) ballet incidental to the piece

3) The Spring Lock (14)

Performances first 23 Aug 1830, previous 11 Sep 1830, next 24 Sep 1830


16 Sep 1830
Thu eve
English Opera House
16 Sep 1830
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) The Irish Girl (6)

Performances first 9 Sep 1830, previous 15 Sep 1830, next 17 Sep 1830

Cast truncated on the bill

2) The Middle Temple; or, "Which Is My Son"? (8)

Performances first 1 Jul 1830, previous 13 Sep 1830, next 22 Sep 1830

3) The Deuce Is in Her (7)

Performances first 28 Aug 1830, previous 9 Sep 1830, next 18 Sep 1830

Cast truncated on the bill

4) The Skeleton Lover! (22)

Performances first 16 Jul 1830, previous 14 Sep 1830, next 23 Sep 1830


17 Sep 1830
Fri eve
English Opera House
17 Sep 1830
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) The Irish Girl (7)

Performances first 9 Sep 1830, previous 16 Sep 1830, next 18 Sep 1830

2) Lying Made Easy (7)

Performances first 1 Jul 1830, previous 26 Aug 1830

3) "Wanted a Governess!" (22)

Performances first 29 Jul 1830, previous 14 Sep 1830, next 21 Sep 1830

4) The Master's Rival; or, A Day at Boulogne (3)

Performances first 3 Jul 1830, previous 8 Jul 1830


18 Sep 1830
Sat eve
English Opera House
18 Sep 1830
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) The Irish Girl (8)

Performances first 9 Sep 1830, previous 17 Sep 1830, next 20 Sep 1830

2) Rosina (3)

Performances first 8 Sep 1830, previous 11 Sep 1830

3) The Deuce Is in Her (8)

Performances first 28 Aug 1830, previous 16 Sep 1830, next 22 Sep 1830

4) The Quartette; or, Interrupted Harmony (9)

Performances first 9 Jul 1830, previous 10 Sep 1830


20 Sep 1830
Mon eve
English Opera House
20 Sep 1830
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) The Irish Girl (9)

Performances first 9 Sep 1830, previous 18 Sep 1830, next 21 Sep 1830

2) Der Vampyr (14)

Performances first 27 Jul 1830, previous 2 Sep 1830, next 23 Sep 1830

3) The Sister of Charity (14)

Performances first 1 Jul 1830, previous 7 Sep 1830


21 Sep 1830
Tue eve
English Opera House
21 Sep 1830
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) The Irish Girl (10)

Performances first 9 Sep 1830, previous 20 Sep 1830, next 22 Sep 1830

2) Don Juan (20)

Performances first 5 Jul 1830, previous 4 Sep 1830

3) "Wanted a Governess!" (23)

Performances first 29 Jul 1830, previous 17 Sep 1830, next 24 Sep 1830


22 Sep 1830
Wed eve
English Opera House
22 Sep 1830
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) The Irish Girl (11)

Performances first 9 Sep 1830, previous 21 Sep 1830, next 23 Sep 1830

2) The Middle Temple; or, "Which Is My Son"? (9)

Performances first 1 Jul 1830, previous 16 Sep 1830, next 25 Sep 1830

3) The Deuce Is in Her (9)

Performances first 28 Aug 1830, previous 18 Sep 1830

4) The Bottle Imp (13)

Performances first 4 Aug 1830, previous 13 Sep 1830


23 Sep 1830
Thu eve
English Opera House
23 Sep 1830
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) The Irish Girl (12)

Performances first 9 Sep 1830, previous 22 Sep 1830, next 24 Sep 1830

2) Der Vampyr (15)

Performances first 27 Jul 1830, previous 20 Sep 1830

3) The Skeleton Lover! (23)

Performances first 16 Jul 1830, previous 16 Sep 1830, next 25 Sep 1830


24 Sep 1830
Fri eve
English Opera House
24 Sep 1830
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) The Irish Girl (13)

Performances first 9 Sep 1830, previous 23 Sep 1830, next 25 Sep 1830

2) The Foster-brothers (9)

Performances first 2 Sep 1830, previous 14 Sep 1830

3) "Wanted a Governess!" (24)

Performances first 29 Jul 1830, previous 21 Sep 1830

4) The Spring Lock (15)

Performances first 23 Aug 1830, previous 15 Sep 1830


25 Sep 1830
Sat eve
English Opera House
25 Sep 1830
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

Special Performance Non-resident Company: EOH

1) The Irish Girl (14)

Performances first 9 Sep 1830, previous 24 Sep 1830

2) The Middle Temple; or, "Which Is My Son"? (10)

Performances first 1 Jul 1830, previous 22 Sep 1830

3) The Skeleton Lover! (24)

Performances first 16 Jul 1830, previous 23 Sep 1830

General Non-Title Information

farewell address: [George] Bartley address printed in Times

Theatre Information

Theatre Royal, Adelphi. Doors open 6:30, curtain 7:00.

Ticket prices: box 5/-, pit 3/-, gallery 2/-, half prices: box 3/-, pit 1/6, gallery 1/-.

Seasonal Dates

1 July 1830 - 25 September 1830 73 performances: 73 evening

Dark (2): Lying in State of King George IV (14 Jul 1830)
Funeral King George IV (15 Jul 1830)
Non-Resident Theatre Companies (73): EOH (1 Jul 1830, 2 Jul 1830, 3 Jul 1830, 5 Jul 1830, 6 Jul 1830, 7 Jul 1830, 8 Jul 1830, 9 Jul 1830, 10 Jul 1830, 12 Jul 1830, 13 Jul 1830, 16 Jul 1830, 17 Jul 1830, 19 Jul 1830, 20 Jul 1830, 21 Jul 1830, 22 Jul 1830, 23 Jul 1830, 24 Jul 1830, 26 Jul 1830, 27 Jul 1830, 28 Jul 1830, 29 Jul 1830, 30 Jul 1830, 31 Jul 1830, 2 Aug 1830, 3 Aug 1830, 4 Aug 1830, 5 Aug 1830, 6 Aug 1830, 7 Aug 1830, 9 Aug 1830, 10 Aug 1830, 11 Aug 1830, 12 Aug 1830, 13 Aug 1830, 14 Aug 1830, 16 Aug 1830, 17 Aug 1830, 18 Aug 1830, 19 Aug 1830, 20 Aug 1830, 21 Aug 1830, 23 Aug 1830, 24 Aug 1830, 25 Aug 1830, 26 Aug 1830, 27 Aug 1830, 28 Aug 1830, 30 Aug 1830, 31 Aug 1830, 1 Sep 1830, 2 Sep 1830, 3 Sep 1830, 4 Sep 1830, 6 Sep 1830, 7 Sep 1830, 8 Sep 1830, 9 Sep 1830, 10 Sep 1830, 11 Sep 1830, 13 Sep 1830, 14 Sep 1830, 15 Sep 1830, 16 Sep 1830, 17 Sep 1830, 18 Sep 1830, 20 Sep 1830, 21 Sep 1830, 22 Sep 1830, 23 Sep 1830, 24 Sep 1830, 25 Sep 1830)

Theatre Management And Functionaries

Authors/Pieces

Arnold, Samuel J. Cosi Fan Tutte (16 Aug 1830)
Free and Easy (27 Jul 1830)
Ayton, Richard Rendezvous, The (20 Aug 1830)
Banim, John Sergeant's Wife, The (12 Jul 1830)
Baynem Sister of Charity, The (1 Jul 1830)
Beazley, Samuel, Jr. Gretna Green (2 Jul 1830)
Brooke, Frances Rosina (8 Sep 1830)
Buckstone, John B. Don Juan (5 Jul 1830)
Jordan, Mrs. Dorothea Spoiled Child (4 Aug 1830)
Kimpton, F. He "Lies Like Truth" (19 Jul 1830)
O'Hara, Kane Midas (29 Jul 1830)
O'Keefe, John Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830)
Peake, Richard B. Amateurs and Actors (2 Jul 1830)
Bottle Imp, The (4 Aug 1830)
Master's Rival, The (3 Jul 1830)
Middle Temple, The (1 Jul 1830)
Spring Lock, The (23 Aug 1830)
"Wanted a Governess!" (29 Jul 1830)
Planche, James R. Military Tactics (9 Jul 1830)
Vampyr, Der (27 Jul 1830)
Raymond, Richard J. Deuce Is in Her, The (28 Aug 1830)
Ryan, Richard? Irish Girl, The (9 Sep 1830)
Unknown Foster-brothers, The (2 Sep 1830)
Pop (27 Jul 1830)
Skeleton Lover! The (16 Jul 1830)

Musical Composers And Arrangers

Addison, John Free and Easy (27 Jul 1830)
Barnett, John Deuce Is in Her, The (28 Aug 1830)
Goss Sergeant's Wife, The (12 Jul 1830)
Hawes, William (arr) Cosi Fan Tutte (16 Aug 1830)
(arr) Don Juan (5 Jul 1830)
Foster-brothers, The (2 Sep 1830)
Irish Girl, The (9 Sep 1830)
Lying Made Easy (1 Jul 1830)
Master's Rival, The (3 Jul 1830)
Pop (27 Jul 1830)
Quartette, The (9 Jul 1830)
Sister of Charity, The (1 Jul 1830)
(arr) Vampyr, Der (27 Jul 1830)
Marschner, Heinrich Vampyr, Der (27 Jul 1830)
Mozart, Wolfgang A. Cosi Fan Tutte (16 Aug 1830)
Don Juan (5 Jul 1830)
Marriage of Figaro, The (15 Sep 1830)
Price Rendezvous, The (20 Aug 1830)
Reeve, George W. Gretna Green (2 Jul 1830)
Military Tactics (9 Jul 1830)
Rodwell, George H. Bottle Imp, The (4 Aug 1830)
Middle Temple, The (1 Jul 1830)
Skeleton Lover! The (16 Jul 1830)
Spring Lock, The (23 Aug 1830)
Shield, William Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830)
Rosina (8 Sep 1830)

Actors

Aldridge

Don Pedro (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); Basil (1) in Marriage of Figaro (15 Sep 1830); Jupiter (5) in Midas (29 Jul 1830 - 11 Aug 1830)

Baker

Nicola (2) in Bottle Imp (4 Aug 1830 - 6 Aug 1830); Conrade (8) in Bottle Imp (13 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); Sir Charles Manly (5) in He Lies Like Truth (19 Jul 1830 - 11 Sep 1830); Colonel Saxe (14) in Sister of Charity (1 Jul 1830 - 20 Sep 1830)

Bartley, George

Elderberry (2) in Amateurs and Actors (2 Jul 1830 - 5 Jul 1830); Sir Guy Don (9) in Deuce Is in Her (28 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); Mr. Courtly (2) in Free and Easy (27 Jul 1830 - 5 Aug 1830); Mr. Swallow (7) in Lying Made Easy (1 Jul 1830 - 17 Sep 1830); Antonio (1) in Marriage of Figaro (15 Sep 1830); Sir Colley Cowmeadow (3) in Master's Rival (3 Jul 1830 - 17 Sep 1830); Monsieur Tateur (2) in Military Tactics (9 Jul 1830 - 31 Aug 1830); Old Fizzlegig (10) in Pop (27 Jul 1830 - 14 Aug 1830); Old Cartouch (6) in Sergeant's Wife (12 Jul 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); Baron Von Glowenstein (24) in Skeleton Lover (16 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Rusty (24) in Wanted a Governess! (29 Jul 1830 - 24 Sep 1830)

Bennett, W.

Gripard (9) in Foster-brothers (2 Sep 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); Mr. Tomkins (4) in Gretna Green (2 Jul 1830 - 13 Sep 1830); Truepenny (5) in He Lies Like Truth (19 Jul 1830 - 11 Sep 1830); McGilpin (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); Mr. Aldgate (3) in Master's Rival (3 Jul 1830 - 17 Sep 1830); Mr. Prettyman (10) in Middle Temple (1 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Old Quizby (10) in Pop (27 Jul 1830 - 14 Aug 1830); General Lafonde (9) in Quartette (9 Jul 1830 - 18 Sep 1830); Quake (1) in Rendezvous (20 Aug 1830); Balthazar Elzevir (24) in Skeleton Lover (16 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Old Pickle (2) in Spoiled Child (4 Aug 1830 - 6 Aug 1830)

Bland, James

David Dulcet Esq. (2) in Amateurs and Actors (2 Jul 1830 - 5 Jul 1830); Conrade (1) in Bottle Imp (11 Aug 1830); Florid (9) in Deuce Is in Her (28 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); Lord Lovewell (4) in Gretna Green (2 Jul 1830 - 13 Sep 1830); Sergeant Jack (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); Fiorello (1) in Marriage of Figaro (15 Sep 1830); Captain Middleton (3) in Master's Rival (3 Jul 1830 - 17 Sep 1830); Damaetas (5) in Midas (29 Jul 1830 - 11 Aug 1830); Charles (1) in Rendezvous (20 Aug 1830); Captain Belville (3) in Rosina (8 Sep 1830 - 18 Sep 1830); Sergeant Louis (6) in Sergeant's Wife (12 Jul 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); Ludovico de Medici (15) in Spring Lock (23 Aug 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); Wenzel (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830); Captain Dashwood (24) in Wanted a Governess! (29 Jul 1830 - 24 Sep 1830)

Bowman

servants (9) in Deuce Is in Her (28 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); peasants, constables (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Cooper

peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); peasants, constables (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Cooper, J.

Montorio (13) in Bottle Imp (4 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); servant (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); Ganymede (5) in Midas (29 Jul 1830 - 11 Aug 1830); book-dealer (24) in Skeleton Lover (16 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830)

East

sergeant (13) in Bottle Imp (4 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); conscripts, peasants (9) in Foster-brothers (2 Sep 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); peasants, constables (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); peasants (12) in Irish Girl (13 Sep 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Thomas (2) in Spoiled Child (4 Aug 1830 - 6 Aug 1830); Lucillo (15) in Spring Lock (23 Aug 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Fuller

Berry (2) in Amateurs and Actors (2 Jul 1830 - 5 Jul 1830); soldier (13) in Bottle Imp (4 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); conscripts, peasants (9) in Foster-brothers (2 Sep 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); peasants, constables (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); peasants (12) in Irish Girl (13 Sep 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Vulcan (5) in Midas (29 Jul 1830 - 11 Aug 1830); Noggins (10) in Middle Temple (1 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Pippin (9) in Quartette (9 Jul 1830 - 18 Sep 1830); Jacomo (1) in Sister of Charity (1 Jul 1830); Dr. Metterville (24) in Skeleton Lover (16 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Zenobio (15) in Spring Lock (23 Aug 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); Johan Bosky (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Green

peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); conscripts, peasants (9) in Foster-brothers (2 Sep 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); peasants, constables (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); peasants (12) in Irish Girl (13 Sep 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Bacchus (5) in Midas (29 Jul 1830 - 11 Aug 1830); second Irishman (2) in Rosina (11 Sep 1830 - 18 Sep 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Heath

chamberlain (13) in Bottle Imp (4 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); servants (9) in Deuce Is in Her (28 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); Apie (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); peasants, constables (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); servants (14) in Irish Girl (9 Sep 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Mercury (5) in Midas (29 Jul 1830 - 11 Aug 1830); Pounce (10) in Middle Temple (1 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Jem (8) in Pop (27 Jul 1830 - 9 Aug 1830); Mazzoneschi (15) in Spring Lock (23 Aug 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Henshaw

peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); conscripts, peasants (9) in Foster-brothers (2 Sep 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); peasants, constables (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); peasants (12) in Irish Girl (13 Sep 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Hill, Benson E.

Clincher (5) in He Lies Like Truth (19 Jul 1830 - 11 Sep 1830); Captain Dash (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); O'Rourke (14) in Irish Girl (9 Sep 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Hoaxley (2) in Pop (11 Aug 1830 - 14 Aug 1830); first Irishman (3) in Rosina (8 Sep 1830 - 18 Sep 1830); Camaldoli (15) in Spring Lock (23 Aug 1830 - 24 Sep 1830)

Hunt

Albert (13) in Bottle Imp (4 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); Ferrando (2) in Cosi Fan Tutte (16 Aug 1830 - 20 Aug 1830); Sir Leinster Leybrooke (2) in Irish Girl (9 Sep 1830 - 10 Sep 1830); Ebert (24) in Skeleton Lover (16 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Lorenzo de Medici (15) in Spring Lock (23 Aug 1830 - 24 Sep 1830)

Irwin

inquisitor (13) in Bottle Imp (4 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); sergeant (9) in Foster-brothers (2 Sep 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); Sergeant George (6) in Sergeant's Wife (12 Jul 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); Lieutenant (13) in Sister of Charity (2 Jul 1830 - 20 Sep 1830); Professor Poreliber (24) in Skeleton Lover (16 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Burchiello (15) in Spring Lock (23 Aug 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); Marco (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Jones

peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); conscripts, peasants (9) in Foster-brothers (2 Sep 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); peasants, constables (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); peasants (12) in Irish Girl (13 Sep 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Jones, H.

Mars (5) in Midas (29 Jul 1830 - 11 Aug 1830)

Keeley, Robert

Geoffry Muffincap (2) in Amateurs and Actors (2 Jul 1830 - 5 Jul 1830); Willibald (13) in Bottle Imp (4 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); Michael (2) in Free and Easy (27 Jul 1830 - 5 Aug 1830); Shelty (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); Paul Shack (3) in Master's Rival (3 Jul 1830 - 17 Sep 1830); Brutus Hairbrain (10) in Middle Temple (1 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Cornelius Cramcalf (10) in Pop (27 Jul 1830 - 14 Aug 1830); Simon (1) in Rendezvous (20 Aug 1830); Robin (6) in Sergeant's Wife (12 Jul 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); Paulo (14) in Sister of Charity (1 Jul 1830 - 20 Sep 1830); Hans Bobbs (24) in Skeleton Lover (16 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Doctor Manente (15) in Spring Lock (23 Aug 1830 - 24 Sep 1830)

Matthews, Frank?

Waldeck (13) in Bottle Imp (4 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); Ralph (2) in Free and Easy (27 Jul 1830 - 5 Aug 1830); Croudy (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); Lord Kilmore (14) in Irish Girl (9 Sep 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Dennis (6) in Sergeant's Wife (12 Jul 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); Count Montefieri (15) in Spring Lock (23 Aug 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); Yanitza (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

May

peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); conscripts, peasants (9) in Foster-brothers (2 Sep 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); peasants, constables (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); peasants (12) in Irish Girl (13 Sep 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Millar, T.

Don Octavio (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); Sandy (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); Sir Leinster Leybrooke (12) in Irish Girl (13 Sep 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Belville (3) in Rosina (8 Sep 1830 - 18 Sep 1830); Alexis Zeriny (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Miller

peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); conscripts, peasants (9) in Foster-brothers (2 Sep 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); peasants, constables (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); second Irishman (1) in Rosina (8 Sep 1830); Amadore (15) in Spring Lock (23 Aug 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Minton

Timkins (2) in Amateurs and Actors (2 Jul 1830 - 5 Jul 1830); Shadrac (13) in Bottle Imp (4 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); Laird of Raasay (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); servants (14) in Irish Girl (9 Sep 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Barnes (3) in Master's Rival (3 Jul 1830 - 17 Sep 1830); Hairbrain (10) in Middle Temple (1 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Stobel (24) in Skeleton Lover (16 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Martin Brunn (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Penson, George

Mr. O. P. Bustle (2) in Amateurs and Actors (2 Jul 1830 - 5 Jul 1830); Leporello (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); Larder (1) in Gretna Green (2 Jul 1830); Figaro (1) in Marriage of Figaro (15 Sep 1830); Major Belcour (9) in Quartette (9 Jul 1830 - 18 Sep 1830); Franz Boro (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Perkins

Nicola (9) in Bottle Imp (11 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); Conrade (4) in Bottle Imp (4 Aug 1830 - 9 Aug 1830); Mandeville (14) in Irish Girl (9 Sep 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Joseph (14) in Sister of Charity (1 Jul 1830 - 20 Sep 1830)

Phillips, Henry

Alphonso (2) in Cosi Fan Tutte (16 Aug 1830 - 20 Aug 1830); Don Juan (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); Der Vampyr (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830); Count Mavrocordo (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Richardson

Benin (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830)

Russell, J.

Jacot (9) in Foster-brothers (2 Sep 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); Larder (3) in Gretna Green (16 Jul 1830 - 13 Sep 1830); Midas (5) in Midas (29 Jul 1830 - 11 Aug 1830); Monaco (15) in Spring Lock (23 Aug 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); Stephen Sarko (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Salter

Jomelli (13) in Bottle Imp (4 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); Richard (2) in Free and Easy (27 Jul 1830 - 5 Aug 1830); Jarvis (14) in Irish Girl (9 Sep 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Robin (3) in Master's Rival (3 Jul 1830 - 17 Sep 1830); Sileno (5) in Midas (29 Jul 1830 - 11 Aug 1830); Doggins (10) in Middle Temple (1 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Blaston (9) in Quartette (9 Jul 1830 - 18 Sep 1830); Smart (1) in Rendezvous (20 Aug 1830); rustic (3) in Rosina (8 Sep 1830 - 18 Sep 1830); Worgman (14) in Sister of Charity (1 Jul 1830 - 20 Sep 1830); Bonck (24) in Skeleton Lover (16 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); John (2) in Spoiled Child (4 Aug 1830 - 6 Aug 1830); Michael Zips (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830); Higginbottom (24) in Wanted a Governess! (29 Jul 1830 - 24 Sep 1830)

Sanders, John

John (10) in Middle Temple (1 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Savoyard (24) in Skeleton Lover (16 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830)

Sherreff

peasantry, guests, domestics (13) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Smith, O.

Bottle Imp (13) in Bottle Imp (4 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); Gaspard (6) in Sergeant's Wife (12 Jul 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); Andrea (14) in Sister of Charity (1 Jul 1830 - 20 Sep 1830); Count Rudolph (24) in Skeleton Lover (16 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Doctor Flamingo (15) in Spring Lock (23 Aug 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); Eblis (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Thorne

Guglielmo (2) in Cosi Fan Tutte (16 Aug 1830 - 20 Aug 1830); Masetto (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); Charley (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); Henry Swallow (7) in Lying Made Easy (1 Jul 1830 - 17 Sep 1830); Pan (5) in Midas (29 Jul 1830 - 11 Aug 1830); Captain Francoeur (2) in Military Tactics (9 Jul 1830 - 31 Aug 1830); Tom Trimbush (10) in Pop (27 Jul 1830 - 14 Aug 1830); Captain Bolding (1) in Rendezvous (20 Aug 1830); Frederick Cartouch (6) in Sergeant's Wife (12 Jul 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); Baron Kassova (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830); Theophilus Foxglove (24) in Wanted a Governess! (29 Jul 1830 - 24 Sep 1830)

Vining, James

Nicola (2) in Bottle Imp (7 Aug 1830 - 9 Aug 1830); Bertrand (9) in Foster-brothers (2 Sep 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); Colonel Belfront (2) in Military Tactics (9 Jul 1830 - 31 Aug 1830); Hoaxley (8) in Pop (27 Jul 1830 - 9 Aug 1830); Captain Wiemer (14) in Sister of Charity (1 Jul 1830 - 20 Sep 1830); Giulio (15) in Spring Lock (23 Aug 1830 - 24 Sep 1830)

Walsh

peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); conscripts, peasants (9) in Foster-brothers (2 Sep 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); peasants, constables (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); peasants (12) in Irish Girl (13 Sep 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Willis

peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); conscripts, peasants (9) in Foster-brothers (2 Sep 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); peasants, constables (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); shepherd (5) in Midas (29 Jul 1830 - 11 Aug 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Wrench, Benjamin

Wing (2) in Amateurs and Actors (2 Jul 1830 - 5 Jul 1830); Greville (9) in Deuce Is in Her (28 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); Sir John Freeman (2) in Free and Easy (27 Jul 1830 - 5 Aug 1830); Mr. Jenkins (4) in Gretna Green (2 Jul 1830 - 13 Sep 1830); Rattler (5) in He Lies Like Truth (19 Jul 1830 - 11 Sep 1830); Flam (7) in Lying Made Easy (1 Jul 1830 - 17 Sep 1830); Count Almaviva (1) in Marriage of Figaro (15 Sep 1830); Peter Shack (3) in Master's Rival (3 Jul 1830 - 17 Sep 1830); Briefless (10) in Middle Temple (1 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Finesse (2) in Military Tactics (9 Jul 1830 - 31 Aug 1830); Ernest (9) in Quartette (9 Jul 1830 - 18 Sep 1830); Tag (2) in Spoiled Child (4 Aug 1830 - 6 Aug 1830)

Actresses

Betts, Miss

Fiordiligi (2) in Cosi Fan Tutte (16 Aug 1830 - 20 Aug 1830); Donna Anna (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); Countess Almaviva (1) in Marriage of Figaro (15 Sep 1830); Madame de Luceval (9) in Quartette (9 Jul 1830 - 18 Sep 1830); Henrika (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Blackford, Miss

Miss Minikin (9) in Deuce Is in Her (28 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); peasants, constables (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Cawse, Miss Harriet

Philippa (13) in Bottle Imp (4 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); sentry (9) in Deuce Is in Her (28 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); Therese (9) in Foster-brothers (2 Sep 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); Lady Julia (14) in Irish Girl (9 Sep 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Nysa (5) in Midas (29 Jul 1830 - 11 Aug 1830); Nannetta (8) in Sister of Charity (17 Jul 1830 - 20 Sep 1830); Constance (24) in Skeleton Lover (16 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Amarantha (15) in Spring Lock (23 Aug 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); Liska (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Coveney, Miss

Moggy McGilpin (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); Apollo (5) in Midas (29 Jul 1830 - 11 Aug 1830); Little Pickle (2) in Spoiled Child (4 Aug 1830 - 6 Aug 1830)

East, Mrs.

peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); conscripts, peasants (9) in Foster-brothers (2 Sep 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); Marcellina (1) in Marriage of Figaro (15 Sep 1830); Juno (5) in Midas (29 Jul 1830 - 11 Aug 1830); Clotilda (24) in Skeleton Lover (16 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Susan (2) in Spoiled Child (4 Aug 1830 - 6 Aug 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Evans, Mrs.

Susanna (1) in Marriage of Figaro (15 Sep 1830); Rosina (3) in Rosina (8 Sep 1830 - 18 Sep 1830)

Fenton, Miss

Rose (2) in Free and Easy (27 Jul 1830 - 5 Aug 1830)

Ferguson, Miss

Dorabella (2) in Cosi Fan Tutte (16 Aug 1830 - 20 Aug 1830); Donna Elvira (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); Mrs. Courtly (2) in Free and Easy (27 Jul 1830 - 5 Aug 1830); Jenny (1) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830); Barbarina (1) in Marriage of Figaro (15 Sep 1830); Daphne (5) in Midas (29 Jul 1830 - 11 Aug 1830); Julie (2) in Military Tactics (9 Jul 1830 - 31 Aug 1830); Miss Peggy (10) in Pop (27 Jul 1830 - 14 Aug 1830); Phoebe (3) in Rosina (8 Sep 1830 - 18 Sep 1830); Ianthe (10) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Gliddon, Miss

peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); conscripts, peasants (9) in Foster-brothers (2 Sep 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Goward, Miss S.

peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Jerrold, Mrs.

conscripts, peasants (9) in Foster-brothers (2 Sep 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); cook (2) in Free and Easy (27 Jul 1830 - 5 Aug 1830); Madame Lafonde (9) in Quartette (9 Jul 1830 - 18 Sep 1830); Margery (2) in Spoiled Child (4 Aug 1830 - 6 Aug 1830)

Jones, Mrs. Charles F.

Mrs. Mary Goneril (2) in Amateurs and Actors (2 Jul 1830 - 5 Jul 1830); Mrs. Aldgate (3) in Master's Rival (3 Jul 1830 - 17 Sep 1830); Mysis (5) in Midas (29 Jul 1830 - 11 Aug 1830); Mrs. Middlemist (10) in Middle Temple (1 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Miss Dolly Fizzlegig (10) in Pop (27 Jul 1830 - 14 Aug 1830); Dorcas (3) in Rosina (8 Sep 1830 - 18 Sep 1830); Baroness Von Glowenstein (24) in Skeleton Lover (16 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Miss Pickle (2) in Spoiled Child (4 Aug 1830 - 6 Aug 1830); Monna Brigida (15) in Spring Lock (23 Aug 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); Suzie Boro (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Keeley, Mrs. Robert

Marcelia (13) in Bottle Imp (4 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); Despina (2) in Cosi Fan Tutte (16 Aug 1830 - 20 Aug 1830); Zerlina (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); Priscilla (5) in He Lies Like Truth (19 Jul 1830 - 11 Sep 1830); Cherubino (1) in Marriage of Figaro (15 Sep 1830); Tibby Postlethwaite (3) in Master's Rival (3 Jul 1830 - 17 Sep 1830); Penelope (10) in Middle Temple (1 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Justine (9) in Quartette (9 Jul 1830 - 18 Sep 1830); Rose (1) in Rendezvous (20 Aug 1830); William (3) in Rosina (8 Sep 1830 - 18 Sep 1830); Margot (6) in Sergeant's Wife (12 Jul 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); Nannetta (6) in Sister of Charity (1 Jul 1830 - 10 Jul 1830); Peretta (24) in Skeleton Lover (16 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Vergellina (15) in Spring Lock (23 Aug 1830 - 24 Sep 1830)

Kelly, Miss Frances M.

Widow Volatile (9) in Deuce Is in Her (28 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); Gertrude (2) in Free and Easy (27 Jul 1830 - 5 Aug 1830); Betty Finnikin (4) in Gretna Green (2 Jul 1830 - 13 Sep 1830); Bridget O'Rourke (14) in Irish Girl (9 Sep 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Sophia (1) in Rendezvous (20 Aug 1830); Lisette (6) in Sergeant's Wife (12 Jul 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); St. Ursula (14) in Sister of Charity (1 Jul 1830 - 20 Sep 1830); Lucy Dashwood (24) in Wanted a Governess! (29 Jul 1830 - 24 Sep 1830)

Lane, Miss

Peter (2) in Free and Easy (27 Jul 1830 - 5 Aug 1830)

Melbourne, Miss

Mrs. Lovetale (9) in Deuce Is in Her (28 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); conscripts, peasants (9) in Foster-brothers (2 Sep 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); Venus (5) in Midas (29 Jul 1830 - 11 Aug 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Novello, Miss Cecilia?

Miss Mary Hardacre (2) in Amateurs and Actors (2 Jul 1830 - 5 Jul 1830); Lady Trifle (9) in Deuce Is in Her (28 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); conscripts, peasants (9) in Foster-brothers (2 Sep 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); Jenny (1) in Highland Reel (13 Aug 1830); ladies (14) in Irish Girl (9 Sep 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Sophia (7) in Lying Made Easy (1 Jul 1830 - 17 Sep 1830); Maria (2) in Spoiled Child (4 Aug 1830 - 6 Aug 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Nursey, Mrs.

peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); conscripts, peasants (9) in Foster-brothers (2 Sep 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Perry, Miss

peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); conscripts, peasants (9) in Foster-brothers (2 Sep 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Pincott, Miss Leonora

Lucretia (13) in Bottle Imp (4 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); Eugenia (2) in Free and Easy (27 Jul 1830 - 5 Aug 1830); Emily (4) in Gretna Green (2 Jul 1830 - 13 Sep 1830); Harriet (5) in He Lies Like Truth (19 Jul 1830 - 11 Sep 1830); Mrs. Swallow (7) in Lying Made Easy (1 Jul 1830 - 17 Sep 1830); Amelia Aldgate (3) in Master's Rival (3 Jul 1830 - 17 Sep 1830); Julia (10) in Middle Temple (1 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Lucretia (1) in Rendezvous (20 Aug 1830); Ianthe (5) in Vampyr (14 Aug 1830 - 27 Aug 1830); Julia Malvern (24) in Wanted a Governess! (29 Jul 1830 - 24 Sep 1830)

Reid, Miss

Lady Kitty Crocodile (9) in Deuce Is in Her (28 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); peasants, constables (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); the Graces (5) in Midas (29 Jul 1830 - 11 Aug 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Tennant, Mrs.

peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); conscripts, peasants (9) in Foster-brothers (2 Sep 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Vials, Miss

Miss Killman (9) in Deuce Is in Her (28 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); peasants, constables (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); ladies (14) in Irish Girl (9 Sep 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); the Graces (5) in Midas (29 Jul 1830 - 11 Aug 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Walsh, Mrs.

peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); conscripts, peasants (9) in Foster-brothers (2 Sep 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Wells, Mrs.

Honorable Miss Fadeaway (9) in Deuce Is in Her (28 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); peasants, constables (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); the Graces (5) in Midas (29 Jul 1830 - 11 Aug 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Wills, Miss

peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); conscripts, peasants (9) in Foster-brothers (2 Sep 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); Minerva (5) in Midas (29 Jul 1830 - 11 Aug 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Singers

Dancers

Pieces Performed And Summary Cast Lists

Amateurs and Actors

(operatic farce, 2 acts) by Richard B. Peake (2 times, 2 Jul 1830 - 5 Jul 1830)

Summary Cast:

Bottle Imp, The

(musical drama) by Richard B. Peake, George H. Rodwell (comp) (13 times, 4 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830)

Summary Cast:

Cosi Fan Tutte; or, Tit for Tat

(comic opera) by Samuel J. Arnold, Wolfgang A. Mozart (comp), William Hawes (arr) (2 times, 16 Aug 1830 - 20 Aug 1830)

Summary Cast:

* Deuce Is in Her, The

(operatic farce) by Richard J. Raymond, John Barnett (comp) (9 times, 28 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830)

Summary Cast:

Don Juan

(comic opera) by John B. Buckstone, Wolfgang A. Mozart (comp), William Hawes (arr) (20 times, 5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830)

Summary Cast:

Foster-brothers, The

(vaudeville) by Unknown, William Hawes (comp) (9 times, 2 Sep 1830 - 24 Sep 1830)

Summary Cast:

Free and Easy

(comic opera) by Samuel J. Arnold, John Addison (comp) (2 times, 27 Jul 1830 - 5 Aug 1830)

Summary Cast:

Gretna Green

(operetta) by Samuel Beazley Jr., George W. Reeve (comp) (4 times, 2 Jul 1830 - 13 Sep 1830)

Summary Cast:

He "Lies Like Truth"

(comic operetta) by F. Kimpton (5 times, 19 Jul 1830 - 11 Sep 1830)

Summary Cast:

Highland Reel

(comic opera) by John O'Keefe, William Shield (comp) (2 times, 11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830)

Summary Cast:

Irish Girl, The

(musical drama) by Richard? Ryan, William Hawes (comp) (14 times, 9 Sep 1830 - 25 Sep 1830)

Summary Cast:

Lying Made Easy

(comic operetta) by William Hawes (comp) (7 times, 1 Jul 1830 - 17 Sep 1830)

Summary Cast:

Marriage of Figaro, The

(comic opera, 3 acts) by Wolfgang A. Mozart (comp) (1 time, 15 Sep 1830)

Summary Cast:

Master's Rival, The; or, A Day at Boulogne

(operatic farce) by Richard B. Peake, William Hawes (comp) (3 times, 3 Jul 1830 - 17 Sep 1830)

Summary Cast:

Midas

(burletta) by Kane O'Hara (5 times, 29 Jul 1830 - 11 Aug 1830)

Summary Cast:

Middle Temple, The; or, "Which Is My Son"?

(comic operetta) by Richard B. Peake, George H. Rodwell (comp) (10 times, 1 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830)

Summary Cast:

Military Tactics

(comic operetta) by James R. Planche, George W. Reeve (comp) (2 times, 9 Jul 1830 - 31 Aug 1830)

Summary Cast:

Pop; or, Sparrow Shooting

(operatic farce) by Unknown, William Hawes (comp) (10 times, 27 Jul 1830 - 14 Aug 1830)

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Quartette, The; or, Interrupted Harmony

(operetta) by William Hawes (comp) (9 times, 9 Jul 1830 - 18 Sep 1830)

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Rendezvous, The

(operetta) by Richard Ayton, Price (comp) (1 time, 20 Aug 1830)

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Rosina

(comic opera) by Frances Brooke, William Shield (comp) (3 times, 8 Sep 1830 - 18 Sep 1830)

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Sergeant's Wife, The

(musical drama) by John Banim, Goss (comp) (6 times, 12 Jul 1830 - 13 Aug 1830)

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Sister of Charity, The

(opera) by Baynem, William Hawes (comp) (14 times, 1 Jul 1830 - 20 Sep 1830)

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* Skeleton Lover! The

(musical drama, 2 acts) by Unknown, George H. Rodwell (comp) (24 times, 16 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830)

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Spoiled Child

(musical farce) by Mrs. Dorothea Jordan (2 times, 4 Aug 1830 - 6 Aug 1830)

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Spring Lock, The

(musical entertainment, 2 acts) by Richard B. Peake, George H. Rodwell (comp) (15 times, 23 Aug 1830 - 24 Sep 1830)

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Vampyr, Der

(opera, intro, 2 acts) by James R. Planche, Heinrich Marschner (comp), William Hawes (arr) (15 times, 27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

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"Wanted a Governess!"

(musical farce, 1 act) by Richard B. Peake (24 times, 29 Jul 1830 - 24 Sep 1830)

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