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Dublin's Royal Theatre in 1821

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Title

Dublin's Royal Theatre in 1821

Subject

Theatre

Description

Charles E Horn's opera, Lalla Rookh or the Cashmerian Minstrel, premiered at Dublin's Royal Theatre on 10 June 1818. The image here is of the theatre as it stood in 1821; the building that Horn knew was replaced after a fire.
Catalogue record: http://collections.vam.ac.uk/item/O1262192/the-new-theatre-royal-print-fenner-rest/

Creator

Barber, T[homas], engraver (1771-1843)
Petrie, George, illlustrator (1790-1866)
Baldwin, Cradock & Joy of London, publisher (fl 1811-1832)

Source

Theatre Collection, Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

Publisher

www.erin.qub.ac.uk

Date

1821/08/01

Contributor

ERIN

Rights

Copyright Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Reproduction of these materials in any format for any purpose other than personal research and study may constitute a violation of CDPA 1988 and infringement of rights associated with the materials.

Relation

www.erin.qub.ac.uk

Format

JPEG

Language

English

Type

Illustration - Printed engraving

Identifier

'Theatre Royal Dublin', T. Barber and George Petrie, published by Baldwin, Cradock & Joy, from the Theatre Collection, Victoria and Albert Museum, London. http://omeka.qub.ac.uk/admin/items/454

Coverage

Europe, nineteenth century

Still Image Item Type Metadata

Original Format

Engraved print

Citation

Barber, T[homas], engraver (1771-1843) Petrie, George, illlustrator (1790-1866) Baldwin, Cradock & Joy of London, publisher (fl 1811-1832) , “Dublin's Royal Theatre in 1821,” Special Collections & Archives, Queen's University Belfast, accessed October 19, 2019, http://omeka.qub.ac.uk/items/show/454.

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