For me was reserved the high honor of discovering among the rubbish of the ruined Coliseum the only playbill of that establishment now extant.
Contains a playbill fragment, on the reverse of the title page.
Original playbill gives the title as Goodwin Sands or The fair maid of Kent.
contains a playbill pasted onto the inside of the front cover.
playbill pasted onto the inside of the front cover.
playbill for a performance of Blue Beard on 9 December 1816, Theater Royal Covent Garden.
PALACE OF VARIETIES MUSIC HALL, BRISTOL 1 undated playbill.
playbill fragment, on the reverse of the title page.
playbill advertising a performance of Which is the Man?
For example, if a couple went to a play for their first date, the girlfriend might find it romantic if her boyfriend presented her with the playbill from the event, along with a bouquet of her favorite flowers.
This act shows that meeting her meant so much to him that he kept the playbill as a memento, and it marked the start of their relationship.
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