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Proscenium Gallery

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Choose from 25 pictures in our Proscenium collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


KING'S LYNN MART, 1920S
KING'S LYNN MART, 1920S
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17th Century Theatre
17th Century Theatre
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In front and behind the scenes at the Coliseum, London
In front and behind the scenes at the Coliseum, London
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USA/Met Opera/Stage
USA/Met Opera/Stage
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Proscenium Arch, Pantheon Theatre, London
Proscenium Arch, Pantheon Theatre, London
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Old Batchelor benefit performance for Joe Miller
Old Batchelor benefit performance for Joe Miller
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Roman Theatre at Bosra. Syria
Roman Theatre at Bosra. Syria
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Roman Art. Spain. Andalusia. Italica. Theatre
Roman Art. Spain. Andalusia. Italica. Theatre
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Greek Art. Epidaurus Theater. Peloponnese. Greece
Greek Art. Epidaurus Theater. Peloponnese. Greece
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Epidaurus Theater
Epidaurus Theater
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Proscenium by Ivor Novello
Proscenium by Ivor Novello
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Babes in the Wood at the Grand Theatre, Islington
Babes in the Wood at the Grand Theatre, Islington
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Old Batchelor benefit performance for Joe Miller Featured Print

Old Batchelor benefit performance for Joe Miller

The Old Batchelor, benefit performance for Joe Miller at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, London. Joseph Miller (1684-1738) was an English actor who first played Sir Joseph Whittol in William Congreve's Old Batchelor in 1717. Tickets for this performance carried William Hogarth's engraving showing the scene where Whittol's friend Captain Bluffe is kicked by Sharper whilst his friend Bellmour tries to pull him away. This same design was used for Joe Miller's benefit performance on 13 April 1738 -- his final performance, a few months before his death.
1738

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Concert Hall, Buenos Aires, Argentina, South America
Concert Hall, Buenos Aires, Argentina, South America
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Holborn Theatre, London, 1866
Holborn Theatre, London, 1866
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A Winters Tale at the Princes Theatre, Manchester 1869
A Winters Tale at the Princes Theatre, Manchester 1869
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Advertisement for Grand Theatre, Woolwich, SE London
Advertisement for Grand Theatre, Woolwich, SE London
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Llandudno Pier Orchestra
Llandudno Pier Orchestra
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LCC-LFB - A lowered theatre safety curtain
LCC-LFB - A lowered theatre safety curtain
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Purcells opera King Arthur at Drury Lane Theatre, London
Purcells opera King Arthur at Drury Lane Theatre, London
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Rehearsing a play in ordinary clothes
Rehearsing a play in ordinary clothes
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Lyceum Theatre, London
Lyceum Theatre, London
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Ivor Novello
Ivor Novello
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London Coliseum - auditorium
London Coliseum - auditorium
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London Coliseum
London Coliseum
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LCC-LFB - A lowered theatre safety curtain Featured Print

LCC-LFB - A lowered theatre safety curtain

A safety curtain is a fire safety precaution used in large proscenium arch theatres. It is usually a heavy fibreglass or iron curtain located immediately behind the proscenium arch. Asbestos-based materials were originally used to manufacture the curtain, before the dangers of asbestos were discovered. The safety curtain is sometimes referred to as an iron in British theatres, regardless of the actual construction material. Showing the curtain in the lowered position

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans Picture Library

Kings Theatre, Hammersmith
Kings Theatre, Hammersmith
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