At the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane

Publication Date1789
RemainderTo-Morrow, Wednesday, March 11, 1789, An Occasional Prelude on the Happy Recovery of His Majesty. After which Will be performed Redemption. A sacred oratorio. Selected from the Great and Favourite Works of Mr. Handel, That were performed at his Commemoration in Westminster Abbey, and at the Pantheon. The Principal Vocal Parts by Mr. Reinhold, Mr. Dignum, and Mr. Kelly. Mrs Crough, Miss Lockhart, Miss Hagley, (pupil of Mr. Linley) And Mrs. Ambrose. After Part I. A Solo on the Harp, by the Celebrated Madame Krumpholtz, Being her Third Appearance in this Kingdom. End of Part II. a New Grand Concerto on the Harp. By Madame Krumpholtz, to conclude with God Save Great George our King! First Violin by Mr. Shaw, N. B. The Band, both Vocal and Instrumental, is considerably Augmented with the Boys of His Majesty's Chapels Royal, The Choirs of St. Paul's, and Westminster-Abbey. Consisting of more than 130 Performers. - Tickets to be had, and Places for the Boxes to be taken of, Mr. Fosbrook, at the Stage-Door of the Theatre. Boxes 10s. 6d. - Pit 5s. - First Gallery 3s. 6d. - Second Gallery as. The Doors to be opened at Half past Five O'Clock. To begin at Half after Six. Vivant Rex & Regina! No Money to be returned
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