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Admission tickets to plays in Gentlemen's houses. Text within  indicates hand-written notes.
C,2.1511: Admission ticket to the theatre at Hall Place, Bexley; "Hall Place, Play, to begin at half an hour after 6 o'Clock", lettering in oval made from garland, the end held by a draped female to the right holding dramatic mask, to the left another woman holding dagger and chain; between them an armorial shield with a chvron and three horse heads, and below them ovals of laurel inscribed "[Thursday] / [April the 8th 1782]". Lettered at bottom "Laides & Gentlemen are requested to write their names on the back of their tickets / Barnes fect / Coventry St".
C,2.1512: The same ticket as C,2.1511, for Wednesday 10th April 1782, printed in black and red ink.
C,2.1513: The same ticket as C,2.1511, For Friday 12th April 1782, printed in green ink.
C,2.1514: Ticket, "Hall Place, Monday, April the 30, 1781. Jane Shore, with The Guardian. To begin at half past six. Ladies are desired to come wihtout hoops". Stamped with seal, numbered 113.
C,2.1515: The same ticket as C,2.1511, for Friday 20th December 1782.
C,2.1516: The same ticket as C,2.1511, the date left blank.
C,2.1517: Admission ticket to the theatre at Hinchingbrooke House, seat of the Earl of Sandwich, in Huntingdon; the head and wings of an eagle, and a crown, lettered "For the Play". Stamped with black seal. Inscribed below by Banks "[Hinchingbrook. Decr 27 1786]".
C,2.1518: The same ticket as C,2.1517, printed in red ink, with red seal. Dated by Banks Decr. 29, 1786
C,2.1519: Admission ticket for the theatre at Wynnstay, the private theatre of Sir Watkin Williams Wynn, with a group of Shakespearean characters in an oval dancing around a bust of Shakespeare. Inscribed on ticket "[Friday / Lovatt]". At base "Wynnstay". Printed in red ink. Stamped with seal and dated by Banks 1803. After Bunbury.
C,2.1520: Ticket to the Margravine of Ansbach's theatre at Brandenburgh House; "Brandenburgh House Theatre" in laurel, held by a putto with dramatic mask in the clouds to the right, another to the left bending over helmet and spear, holding garland. "Wigstead invt". Printed in brown ink. Dated by Banks 1800.
C,2.1521: Admission ticket, "Eaton Theatre / Monday, September the 14th / OThello, and The First Floor". Stamped with seal.
C,2.1522: Admission ticket, "Eaton Theatre / Wednesday, September the 16th, / Much Ado about Nothing, and Who's the Dupe?". Stamped with seal.
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Height: 61 millimetres
Height: 80 millimetres
Width: 123 millimetres (largest)
Width: 90 millimetres (smallest)
- Curator's comments
- On the original mount, labelled by Banks "Plays (at Gentlemens Houses)".
See also C,3.167.
- Not on display
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