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Whittington and his cat, or, Harlequin Lord Mayor of London

Whittington and his cat, or, Harlequin Lord Mayor of London

a new grand old English pantomime

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Published by Printed and published by B. Pollock in [London] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pantomimes with music -- Librettos

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesHarlequin Lord Mayor of London
    Statementadapted only for Pollock"s characters and scenes
    SeriesPollock"s juvenile drama, English and American drama of the nineteenth century, Pollock"s juvenile drama
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination16 p
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15155192M

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Whittington and his Cat, or Harlequin Lord Mayor of London was the 26th Grand Comic Christmas Annual, written by E. Blanchard for performance at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, London in Pantomimes are a favourite Christmas entertainment in England, and in Victorian times were usually written in rhyming couplets.

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A new grand old English pantomime. ([London]: B. Pollock, []) (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Items below (if any) are from related and broader terms. Filed under: Ballet. Seven years of the King's Theatre. Professor Archduke asked Bernice to Whittington and his cat a look at his recent thesis.

Sentient Wolsey thinks that Bernice, whom he calls "Dick", is planning to become the Lord Mayor of London. Bernice recalls that Richard Whittington was a historical person, who was Lord Mayor of Cover by: Jon Sullivan.

Dick Whittington and his cat, or, Harlequin Merry Bow Bells, and the Bailiff's daughter of Islington. (2); W/Panto. Reel: 4 Thorn, Geoffrey. Dick Whittington and his cat; or, Harlequin Lord Mayor Show and the fairy bells of Bow.

(Printed at the office of The Bristol Mercury). Pantomimes 7; W/Panto. Reel: Dick Whittington was based on a real character who lived in the 15th century and was Lord Mayor of London three times.

In he was said to have married an employer's daughter, Alice Fitzwarren, and this is where the name of the female character originated. Whittington and His Cat or, Harlequin, Lord Mayor of London The familiar trappings of the classic British panto owe much to the innovations of Victorian entrepreneurs, performers and pins.

Pollock’s characters & scenes in Whittington and his cat or Harlequin Lord Mayor of London. London: B. Pollock, [between and Originally published by J.K. Green in ].

JJ Miniature Theatre 2 On wall Sindbad. Drury Lane pantomime. [A poster by John Hassall.] London: Johnson Riddle, Couchman & Co., [].

JJ Posters. Dick Whittington New Wimbledon Theatre, The Broadway, Wimbledon, London, SW19 1QG 5th Dec to 3rd Jan Starring Eastenders and panto legend Shane Richie.

Join our hero Dick Whittington (and his trusty cat Tommy) as he seeks fame, fortune and happiness journeying to become the Lord Mayor of London.

Website Book Tickets Now. Based extremely loosely on a real person (Richard Whittington, to ), there is a statue of the cat outside the Whittington Hospital in North London where Dick is supposed to have heard the bells say "Turn again Whittington, Lord Mayor of London" as he trudged away from the city.

First recorded panto on this theme was in The History of Duke Whittington, Lord Mayor of London; With the Adventures of His Cat. Banbury: J. Rusher, (). 64mo. 16pp. Illustrated with engravings throughout, which follow Whittington's rise from poverty to mayoralty, with the help, and occasional troublemaking, of his cat.

WHITTINGTON AND HIS CAT or Harlequin Lord Mayor of London, A New Grand Old English Pantomime. POLLOCK'S CHARACTERS & SCENES. With booklet. JUVENILE DRAMA, TOY THEATRE, PAPER THEATRE. Benjamin Pollock. and Whittington and his cat or Harlequin Lord Mayor of London.

The ‘Neptune’ toy theatre (kindly lent by Peter Baldwin) is set up with scenes and characters from The Corsican Brothers. We show several kinds of Jigsaws and Dissected Puzzles, including Whole length portraits of the Kings and Queens of England, displayed in chronological.

That last legacy should have been no surprise. After all, it was only in fairy tales that Dick Whittington came to London as an impoverished lad and ended up Lord Mayor.

In reality, a man counted himself lucky to earn eighteen pounds a year. So yes, Christmas was for the : Entangled Publishing, LLC. The story of Dick Whittington is based on a real person who actually was Lord Mayor of London, although the ‘Cat’ is thought to derived from Whittington’s dealings with ‘Achat’ French sailing trade vessels.

Story Recap. Dick Whittington sets out to seek his fortune in London, accompanied by his cat (who is given different names in Reviews: 2. The brilliant cast of Dick Whittington and his Cat will perform to the people of Cambridge a whopping 64 times this Christmas. Dick Whittington and his Cat runs from Thursday 1 December - Sunday 8 January For more information and to book tickets, please click here.

Dick Whittington and His Cat is the English folklore surrounding the real-life Richard Whittington (c. –), wealthy merchant and later Lord Mayor of legend describes his rise from poverty-stricken childhood with the fortune he made through the sale of his cat to a rat-infested country.

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Pierce, and thence with her and Mrs. Clerke to see a new play, “The Court Secret.” I busy all the afternoon, toward evening to Westminster, and there in the Hall a while, and then to my. B & W publicity photo. On back: ‘MAUREEN POTTER plays Sarah The Cook in “Dick Whittington and His Fabulous Cat” at the Gaiety Theatre, starting Dec 26 at ’ Born inshe toured Europe with Jack Hylton’s band in the s as a Shirley Temple impersonator, billed as the Pocket Mimic.

Inshe performed in front of Adolf Hitler. the truth of the story of Whittington's cat, there has been much earnest discussion.

Although Whittington lived from about tothe story seems to have been pretty generally accepted for three hundred years after his death. A portrait still exists of him, with one hand holding a cat, and when his old house was remodelled in recent times, a. IPassengcrs by this line of packets are conveyed from Paddington to Plj;mouth fiiat-class for second-class toes, and second-clas.s for third-class fares.

' HEAETH. After which will he produced, a Grand Comic Christmas Pantomime, entitled WHITTINGTON AND HIS CAT • or. Harlequin King Kollywobbol and the Genius of Good Humour. Dick Whittington and Cat Rights RM Rights Managed Photographer Malcolm Warrington Dimensions x px Keywords Early 20th century print of Richard Whittington hearing the Bow Bells of London ringing.

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The English Cardinal Wolsey had his cat placed on a seat by his side, while acting in his judicial capacity as Lord Chancellor. Unfortunately I have not been able to procure, in order to have it copied, an English engraving representing Whittington, as Lord Mayor of London in. The First Mayor of London—Portrait of him—Presentation to the King—An Outspoken Mayor—Sir N.

Farindon—Sir William Walworth—Origin of the prefix "Lord"—Sir Richard Whittington and his Liberality—Institutions founded by him—Sir Simon Eyre and his Table—A Musical Lord Mayor—Henry VIII. and Gresham—Loyalty of the Lord Mayor. Whittington and his Cat: No date but c London: Kennington: Fairy tales and nursery stories: The History of Dick Whittington, Lord Mayor of London: No date: Banbury: Fairy tales and nursery stories: Sam Spangles or the history of a Harlequin: London: Prose fiction after Crockett, S.

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The barge was retained in the Lord Mayor’s state until our time, and included the Water-bailiff, one of his lordship’s esquires, with a salary of ?. a year, a shallop and eight men ; and in the suite were a barge-master, and thirty -two City watermen.

The Lord Mayor’s barge was richly carved and gilt, and cost in .THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY LANE. Inside Drury Lane - The Theatre Royal Drury Lane is the fourth building on this site. The present one dating from The First Theatre Royal opened in It was granted the Royal Charter by Charles 11 in The first theatre was rebuilt in after a fire, and was designed by Christopher Wren.Dick Whittington - Lord Mayor of London Dick Whittington and His Cat is a British folk tale that has often been used as the basis for stage pantomines and other adaptations.

It tells of a poor boy in the 14th century who becomes a wealthy merchant and eventually the Lord Mayor of London because of the ratting abilities of his cat.