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Images Dated 25th August 2016

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The Bells, by Leopold Lewis, starring H B Irving Featured 25 Aug 2016 Print

The Bells, by Leopold Lewis, starring H B Irving

The Bells, by Leopold Lewis, first produced at the Lyceum Theatre, London, November 1871. Pictured here is Harry Brodribb Irving (1870-1919) in the role of Mathias. He was the son of Sir Henry Irving, who was identified with the role of Mathias more than with any other. The tour of which this production was part also included The Lyons Mail and Charles The First. One distant venue was the Londesborough Theatre, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, August 1908(?). Date: circa 1908

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

Bardelys The Magnificent, by Hamilton and Sabatini Featured 25 Aug 2016 Print

Bardelys The Magnificent, by Hamilton and Sabatini

Bardelys The Magnificent, by Henry Hamilton and Rafael Sabatini, from Sabatinis novel (1906). First produced at the Theatre Royal, Birmingham, August 1910, then the Globe Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, London, February 1911. Lewis Waller (1860-1915) was the leading matinee idol of the day. Other cast members were Lottie Venne, Madge Titheradge and William Haviland. The play is set in France in the reign of King Louis XIII, the period of The Three Musketeers. Date: 1911

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

Banished from Home, by Emma Litchfield Featured 25 Aug 2016 Print

Banished from Home, by Emma Litchfield

Banished From Home, by Emma Litchfield. First produced at the Britannia Theatre, May 1911. Nell, the gypsy heroine, looks back at her caravan for the last time, before leaving for London in despair. She believes lying accusations against Jack, the man she loves. The title, however, refers to Jacks banishment by his father who also believes the villains lies. Date: 1911

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library