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Theatre, Sheffield - for the benefit of Mrs Hield and the last night of her performance this season ...

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Title:Theatre, Sheffield - for the benefit of Mrs Hield and the last night of her performance this season ...
Location:Sheffield_City_Centre
Date:1829/12/21
Date Period:1800-1850
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On Monday Evening, Dec 21st, 1829 will be performed the celebrated tragedy of Brutus, or the fall of Tarquin;

End of the play Mrs Hield will deliver Collins’ Ode on the Passions, with appropriate music;

A comic song by Mr Northouse;

Comic song  'Epsom races,' by Mr Hay;

To conclude with the admired melo-drama of the Dumb Girl of genoa, or the Bandit Merchant;

In the course of the piece, a drunken combat by Messrs Henderson and Ridyard. The attack of the Robbers, and the Conflagration of the Inn, grand combat, and overthrow of the robbers.

Doors to be opened at six o’clock, and the performance to commence at half-past.

Boxes 4s, pit 2s, gallery 1s.

Tickets to be had of Mrs Hield, at Mrs Fearcot’s, Howard Street and at the usual places.

Printed by H. A. Bacon, Printer, Independent Office.

Original at Sheffield Local Studies Library: MP 746 L

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