Event The Honey Moon / High Life Below Stairs
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Venue Theatre Royal (1833-1838), Sydney, NSW
First Date 21 October 1833
Dates Estimated No
Status Professional
World Premiere No
Description THIS EVENING, the 21st instant, will be performed, Tobin's Comedy, in five Acts, THE HONEY MOON. After, which, will be performed, that laughable Farce, in two Acts, called the IRISHMAN IN LONDON.
Description Source Advertisement
Primary Genre Theatre - Spoken Word
Secondary Genre Test Comedy
Farce
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Contributors
Name Function Notes
Mr John Edwards Conductor Leader of the Orchestra
Mr Aldred Costume Co-ordinator Dresses
Mr Conrad Knowles Director Acting Manager
Mr Clarke Mechanist Machinery
Mr George Sippe Orchestral Leader Principal Violincello
Mr Allen Properties Master / Mistress Decorations
Mr Dudderidge Scenic Artist the Scenery
Mr Fitchett Scenic Artist the Scenery/Machinery
Mr William Cavendish Stage Director Stage Manager
Works
Production Nationality Australia
Further Information THe advertisment for Monday 21 October indicates The Honey Moon and The Irishman in London. However, High Life Below Stairs was substituted as the afterpiece as Mr Hill was indisposed.
Data Source
Source Description
Newspaper Advertising (1833, October 21). The Australian (Sydney, NSW : 1824 - 1848), p. 3. Retrieved October 17, 2019, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article42006332
Event Identifier 148150