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1804-20 Ivory ticket of admission to Astley's Royal Amphitheatre in Westminster Bridge Road, Lambeth. The ticket admits two to a box hired in the name of J James and would have been valid for repeat admissions to the circus throughout the season.

The Set for Mansfield Park, adapted by Tim Luscombe, Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds production,Stage Design by Kit Surrey 2012

The Regency Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds built in 1819

The original decorations from the opera The King and the farmer performed by Marie Antoinette and her company! In 1780, The King and the farmer by Pierre-Alexandre Monsigny was played by Marie Antoinette and her company in the Little Theatre of the Queen at Versailles. The original sets, the scenery of the forest and the rustic decor, have lasted for ages.... More at... a-l-ancien-regime...

Rustic fantasies...The stage set of the forest in the opera Le Roi et le fermier.The Queen’s Theater in Marie-Antoinette’s Estate. In 1780, Le Roi et le fermier by Pierre-Alexandre Monsigny was performed by Marie-Antoinette and her troupe at the Queen’s Theatre in Versailles... From...http://a-l-ancien-regime.tumblr.com/post/30797828809/the-stage-set-of-the-forest-in-the-opera-le-roi-et#

Birmingham Theatre, Hotel and Tavern, An engraving of Samuel Wyatt’s classical façade for the Theatre Royal, New Street, Birmingham, from William Hutton’s History of Birmingham. Hutton claimed that Wyatt’s additions in 1780 created “a superb portico…which may cause it to be pronounced “One of the first theatres in Europe” From: An History of Birmingham…Fourth Edition, 1781, p 127)., William Hutton

18th Century Theatrical Poster for Miss Farren's Benefit

The Orchard Street Theatre, Bath. As featured in Northanger Abbey.

French St Theatre,Southampton,where Jane Austen saw John Bannister in "The Way to Keep Him" by Arthur Murphy in September 1807

Engraving, from stage looking into the auditorium: Isaac Taylor, Drury Lane Theatre (London: Richard Phillips, 1804). RCM Centre for Performance History, 88E2

The Burning of Drury Lane Theatre from Westminster Bridge: 19th century

Interior of Covent Garden theatre: 1800

The Royal Family at Covent Garden Theatre: 1804

Birmingham from The Theatric Tourist

Orchard Street Theatre,Bath

Interior of the Georgian Theatre,Richmond Yorkshire

Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds Interior

The Regency Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds

The restored auditorium of the Georgian Theatre, Richmond

The Georgian Theatre Royal - Nicholas Allen

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New interior of the Georgian Theatre in Richmond, North Yorkshire

Georgian Theatre,Richmond, Yorkshire

Georgian Theatre, Richmond, Yorkshire

Theatre Projects Consultants - News

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