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Collection Description

Collection Title
Miscellaneous Irish Theatre Programmes Box 3 (1861-1977)
Unique Identifier
Misc. Irish Theatres Box 3 P-T, U-Z
Description
Box 3 of 4 containing programmes from miscellaneous Irish theatres from 1861 to 1977 including:

6/11/[year unknown]: Public Theatre, Trinity College: 'A concert of music in Ireland during the 17th and 18th centuries' celebrating 50 years of broadcasting by BBC Northern Ireland.
29/4/57: Royal Hibernian Hotel: Veronica Dunne, Barbara Rae and Jeannie Reddin.
10/12/39: Town Hall, Rathmines: Four Martyrs' Commemoration Concert.
18/2/[year unknown]-21/2/[year unknown]: Pavilion Theatre, Dun Laoghaire: Studio Opera Group with the New Irish Chamber Orchestra.
29/11/77: Main Hall, Ballsbridge: Czech Philharmonic Orchestra with John O'Conor presented by the Royal Dublin Society.
11/12/[year unknown] & 12/12/[year unknown]: Pro-Cathedral & Church of the Holy Redeemer, Bray: Mary O'Hara with the Palestrina Choir and Gerard Gillen.
17/8/87 [plus duplicate]: Hall, Sacred Heart Home, Drumcondra: Grand concert conducted by Mr. C. Kindal Irwin.
15/8/87: Hall, Sacred Heart Home, Drumcondra: Grand concert.
2/1/16: [location unknown]: Sunday Orchestral Concerts; 6th concert.
12/12/15: [location unknown]: Sunday Orchestral Concerts; 5th concert.
16/5/03: Round Room, Rotunda: Grand 'Muirgheis' Concert conducted by O'Brien Butler.
3/7/61: Royal Dublin Society: Band of the 4th Light Dragoons under the direction of Monsieur de Vine; 'Exhibition of Fine Arts 1861'.
9/3/68: Member's Hall, Royal Dublin Society: José Iturbi; 'Celebrity Concert'.
16/12/51: Archbishop Byrne Hall: The Thirteens Musical Society.
6/5/[year unknown]: Round Room, Rotunda: Irish-Australian concert: Miss Marie Narelle, Miss Kate Rooney and Mr. Randal Woodhouse RIAM.
3/2/[year unknown]: St. Ann's Church Dawson Street: 2nd performance in a sequence of 3 weekly performances of Bach Cantatas.
28/1/[year unknown]: St. Ann's Church Dawson Street: 1st performance in a sequence of 3 weekly performances of Bach Cantatas.
27/1/[year unknown]: St. Ann's Church Dawson Street: 1st performance in a sequence of 3 weekly performances of Bach Cantatas.
7/2/97: St. Michan's: 'Opening of the new organ'.
11/1/26: Member's Hall, Ball's Bridge: Jelly D'Aranyi.
10/3/44: Examination Hall, Trinity College: University of Dublin Choral Society; 107th season, 326th concert.
[15/3/04]: University College Choral Union; 6th season.
16/4/29: Large Hall, Wesley College: 'A Concert'


Collection includes ballet programmes.
Format
Date range of collection
1861 - 1977
Accumulation Dates
-
Suggested Audience
Not Specific
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Location Details

National Library of Ireland: Department of Ephemera
Kildare Street Dublin 2 Ireland
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Accrual Status
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Cardif University (Prifysgol Caerdydd)Royal College of Music LondonMuseums, Libraries and Archives Council