Royal Coburg Theatre [...] Thursday, Nov. 29th 1821,- And During the Week'The Greeks and the Turks! or, the Intrepidity of Jemmy, Jerry, and a British Tar' [...] Madame Nina Ferzi will introduce the entire of her graceful Evolutions on the Alambre Floxo! [...] 'Eyes Right! or, You'll Miss Her [...] Dirk Hatteraick the Dutch Smuggler Or, The Sorceress of Derncleugh
Playbill, sheet 360 x 230mm (14¼ x 9"). Glued to backing sheet; paper losss halfway up on left.
Playbill advertising performances at the Coburg Theatre in London (now the Old Vic). The events include Nina Terzi performing on the 'Alambre Floxo' or 'slack wire'; C.E. Walker's melodrama 'The Greeks and the Turks' (one of a crop of 'War of Independence' dramas staged in London in response to the Graeco-Turkish conflict); a ballet written by John Feron; and the Gothic melodrama 'The Sorceress of Derncleugh', adapted from Sir Walter Scott's novel 'Guy Mannering'.
For a scene from 'The Greeks and the Turks' see ref. 37960.
[Ref: 37931] £160.00