Programs, Gurthalougha Amateur Theater.
XM PN2601 .G45 1892 3 broadside programs (3 leaves total) ; 21 cm. Gurthalougha House, Ballinderry, Nenagh, County Tipperary on the shores of Lough Derg was build in the 1870's by a William Farrar. In the 19th century, amateur theatricals were a popular form of evening entertainment in the houses of the gentry. On occasion, small programs were printed. These 3 programs consist of performances: "The Area Bell" by W. Brough and A. Halliday and "Betsy Baker: or Too Attentive by half" by Maddison Morton, on December 12, 1892;"Second Thoughts" by G.C. Herbert and "A case for eviction" by S. Theyre Smith, on October 31, 1894; "Programme, Concert" on November 4, 1895. Printed on different pastel colored paper. Ink marginalia.
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[Gurthalougha, County Tipperary, Ireland: s.n.]