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Collection Description

Collection Title
Holloway Collection - Miscellaneous Theatres (1880-1950)
Unique Identifier
Holloway Collection - Miscellaneous Theatres
Description
2 folders of programmes collected by Joseph Holloway relating to concerts held in miscellaneous theatres from 1880 to 1950 including:

13/7/09 & 12/10/09: Long Hall: Catholic Young Men's Society St. Columba's Branch. 2 programmes.
20/1/[year unknown]: Gaiety Theatre: "Jazz Session" presented by the Irish Rhythm Club: The Band of the Irish Rhythm Club, The Sweet Strings, John Butler with his Jazz Group, The Coughlan Quartette, Charlie Parke's Bouncing Brass.
2/50-3/50: [various Dublin locations]: "Musical Diary - Forthcoming Concerts and Recitals". Leaflet.
7/11/[86]: Grand Ballad Concert - Irish Artisans' Exhibition.
20/1/45-21/1/45: Rathmines Town Hall: Annual Concert presented by the past and present pupils of Christian Brothers, Synge St.
10/12/08: Gresham Hotel (Aberdeen Hall): "Dickens' Fellowship - A Public Recital & Concert".
1/1/18: Round Room, Mansion House: Performers included the National Choral Society and the Dublin Quartette presented by the Thomas MacDonagh Sinn Fein Club, South City Ward.
17/8/87 [plus 5 duplicates]: Hall, Sacred Heart Home, Drumcondra: Grand concert conducted by Mr. C. Kendal.
24/5/39: Aberdeen Hall, Gresham Hotel: Dublin Musical Society. Leaflet.
25/Gionbhar/02: Hall Cruinn, Rotunda: Cuirm Cheóil presented by Árd-Chraobh de Chonnradh na Gaedhilge.
13/12/11: 6 St. Stephen's Green: National Literary Society. Conversazione.
28/5/04: Royal University Buildings: Third Moore Anniversary Concert presented by the National Literary Society.
20/8/80: Gaiety Theatre: Mr. C. Bernard's Les Cloches de Corneville Company.
17/2/02 & 4/2/03: [location unknown]: Literary, Dramatic and Musical Society. 2 programmes.
27/12/92 & 19/2/93: Leinster Hall: Arthur Rousbey Grand English Opera Company. 2 programmes.
17/4/93: Leinster Hall; 'Victoire' conducted by Mr Edgar Little.
6/12/00: Rotunda: Cuirm Ceoil under the auspices of the Central Branch (Dublin) Gaelic League.
19/12/12: Antient Concert Rooms: Grand Farewell Concert to Mr. P.J. Hoey.

Collection also includes programmes of mixed theatrical, dramatic and musical content; and programmes from recitals by Holloway.
Format
Date range of collection
1880 - 1950
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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Additional Collection Information

Accrual Status
Closed
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Cardif University (Prifysgol Caerdydd)Royal College of Music LondonMuseums, Libraries and Archives Council