Drury Lane Theatre

Drury Lane Theatre can refer to:

  • Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, a theatre in the West End area of London, England
  • Drury Lane Theatre (Illinois), a theater near Chicago, United States

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Second Theatre, Known As The Theatre Royal, Drury Lane: Opened 1674
... Very little is known about the structure of the Theatre Royal Drury Lane after 1674, because no reliable illustrations survive ... wrongly—published as "Christopher Wren, design for the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, 1674" This title, according to Robert D ... Hume (2007, the most highly regarded scholar of theatres and play performance during the long eighteenth-century), is a mistaken "supposition" ...
Julius Benedict - Compositions (selective List) - Operatic
... Drury Lane Theatre, London, 19 April 1838) 1844 - The Brides of Venice (fp ... Drury Lane Theatre, London, 22 April 1844) 1845-46 - The Crusaders (fp ... Drury Lane Theatre, London, 26 February 1846) 1861-62 - The Lily of Killarney (fp ...
List Of Compositions By George Frideric Handel - English Songs
... Soprano 1737-00-001737 First performance 28 February 1737 London, Drury Lane Theatre ... performance Sung by Thomas Lowe in "The Relapse or Virtue in Danger" by John Vanbrugh, at Drury Lane Theatre, London 14 November 1745 ... when the seas were roaring Soprano 1715-00-001715 First performance 23 February 1715 London, Drury Lane Theatre ...

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