Brooke, G.V., 14 Sep. 1842 -14 Sep. 1842, Lancashire

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Event Details

Troupe: Brooke, G.V. (

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Venue Type: Theatre
Location: Liverpool
County: Lancashire
Type: Dramatic
Venue: Theatre Royal, Williamson Square
Date: 14 September 1842-14 September 1842
Date notes: Wednesday

Event Program

Title Performed Person / Troupe Notes Type
Othello G.V. Brooke/ Brooke, G.V.


Casting;

  • Othello - Mr. G.V. Brooke
  • Duke of Venice - Mr. Chaplin
  • Iago - Mr. Mude
  • Cassio - Mr. Nantz
  • Brabantio - Mr. Cooke
  • Gratiano – Mr. Vivash
  • Roderigo - Mr. Bellingham
  • Ludovico - Mr. Barton
  • Montano - Mr. Slaiter
  • Julio – Mr. F. Lloyds
  • Antonio - Mr. Benwell
  • Luca - Mr. Pelham
  • Marco - Mr. Jonas
  • Paulo - Mr. Eaton
  • Leonardo – Mr. Watson
  • Giovanni – Mr. G. Lunt
  • Pietro – Mr. McGregor
  • Sabastian – Mr. J. Lunt
  • Martino – Mr. C. Lloyds
  • Emilia – Miss Cleaver
  • Desdemona - Miss Julia Bennett
  • Play, Tragedy

    Bibliographic Sources

    • Liverpool Record Office & Local History Library, Central Library, Liverpool Playbill (Theatre Royal) - September 14, 1842
      Info in Record:
      • Performance Type:
        Dramatic
      • Performers Listed: Othello…Mr. G.V. Brooke.” For remainder of cast, see attached document scan.
      • Days & Times: “This present Wednesday, Sept. 14, 1842”
      • Venue Name: “Theatre-Royal, Williamson Square, Liverpool”
      • Other Acts on Bill: “Previous to the Play, A Shaksperean [sic] Overture, composed by Mr. Aldridge,” “At the End of the Play, Mr. J. Russell will give his celebrated entertainment, called An Hour’s Table Talk from Sketches of Character, with Musical Illustrations,” “a new Farce … called Lucky Stars; Or, The Cobbler of Cripplegate.” (see attached document scan for details of both)
      • Program Info: “Shakspere’s [sic] Tragedy of Othello”
      • Other:
        performance time,
        ticket info,
        other (surrounding events at venue)
    • Liverpool Record Office & Local History Library, Central Library, Liverpool Playbill (Theatre Royal) - September 13, 1842
      Info in Record:
      • Performance Type:
        Dramatic
      • Days & Times: “On Wednesday” (coming)
      • Venue Name: “Theatre-Royal, Williamson Square, Liverpool”
      • Other Acts on Bill: “After which, Mr. J. Russell’s Entertainment. To conclude with Lucky Stars”
      • Program Info: “Othello”
      • Other:
        other (surrounding events at venue)
    • Liverpool Record Office & Local History Library, Central Library, Liverpool Playbill (Theatre Royal) - September 13, 1842
      Info in Record:
      • Performance Type:
        Dramatic
      • Days & Times: “On Wednesday” (coming)
      • Venue Name: “Theatre-Royal, Williamson Square, Liverpool”
      • Other Acts on Bill: “After which, Mr. J. Russell’s Entertainment. To conclude with Lucky Stars”
      • Program Info: “Othello”
      • Other:
        other (surrounding events at venue)
    • Liverpool Record Office & Local History Library, Central Library, Liverpool Playbill (Theatre Royal) - September 14, 1842
      Info in Record:
      • Performance Type:
        Dramatic
      • Performers Listed: Othello…Mr. G.V. Brooke.” For remainder of cast, see attached document scan.
      • Days & Times: “This present Wednesday, Sept. 14, 1842”
      • Venue Name: “Theatre-Royal, Williamson Square, Liverpool”
      • Other Acts on Bill: “Previous to the Play, A Shaksperean [sic] Overture, composed by Mr. Aldridge,” “At the End of the Play, Mr. J. Russell will give his celebrated entertainment, called An Hour’s Table Talk from Sketches of Character, with Musical Illustrations,” “a new Farce … called Lucky Stars; Or, The Cobbler of Cripplegate.” (see attached document scan for details of both)
      • Program Info: “Shakspere’s [sic] Tragedy of Othello”
      • Other:
        performance time,
        ticket info,
        other (surrounding events at venue)