The likely date is in the period 11 November 1880 to 27 January 1881. The programme includes ‘The Temptations of Good St. Anthony’ sketch, which Jenness said was introduced on 11 November 1880. In addition, the programme includes the words ‘every evening at eight’, whereas Jenness says that from 27 January 1881 there would be no evening peformances on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. This programme is almost the same as Ref. no. N1514. It differs only in that the extra word [GRATIS.] is to be found on pages 2 and 3.
|Size||4 pages. 155mm x 250mm.|
|Date||The likely date is in the period 11 November 1880 to 27 January 1881.|
|Theatre||Egyptian Hall (London)|
|Organisations||Maskelyne and Cooke|
|Acts||Mr. Charles Mellon; Maskelyne with Plate Spinning Extraordinary; Zoe; Mr. Maskelyne's New Musical Apparatus; Fanfare and Labial; 'The Temptations of Good St. Anthony' sketch; 'Screvins in Two Pieces' sketch|
|Category||Programmes & Handbills|
|Ref no||N1515 Pr.EH38|