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Title: 'The Housekeeper', 'The Rose of Amiens', 'Mother Goose of Woodhouse Moor'
ID: 2003714_88415164
Theatre Amphitheatre
Year: 1866
Description: Monday, 22nd January, 1866.
On Monday, Tuesday and Thursday of this week, evening performances will begin with Douglas Jerrald's Drama of, 'The Housekeeper'. On Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, the evening's programme will commence with the 'popular farce' of, 'The Rose of Amiens'. However, every evening this week (except juvenile nights) will conclude with a '...grand new, allegorical, Christmas Pantomime' called, 'Mother Goose of Woodhouse Moor' (or, 'Ye Queene of Heartes that made ye Tartes, and Harlequin ye Knave of Heartes, who ate 'em').
Actors include: Mr. Frank Allen, Mr. C. Fenton, Mr. W. Scott, Mr. W. Harmer, Miss Hodson, Mr. Stanton, Mr. Bradley, Mr. McKenzie, Mr. Gowee, Miss Carry Nelson, Mrs. Beckett

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