Africans Troupe (London-Vic, 45), 21 Jul. 1845 -26 Jul. 1845, London

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Event Type

Dramatic

Event Details

Troupe: Africans Troupe (London-Vic, 45) (

Only those directly involved in performances of race listed

)
Venue Type: Theatre
Location: London
County: London (city-county)
Type: Dramatic
Venue: Royal Victoria Theatre
Date: 21 July 1845-26 July 1845
Date notes: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday

Event Program

Title Performed Person / Troupe Notes Type
Africans, The; Or, The Horrors of the Slave Trade Ersser Jones/ Seaman/ T.H. Higgie/ J.T. Johnson/ Dale/ W, Searle/ Edgar/ Miss Richardson/ Mrs. G. Lee/ Miss E. Terry/ Miss Andrews/ Miss Edgar / Miss Greville/ Miss M. Terry/ Africans Troupe (London-Vic, 45)


Casting:

  • Ferulho – Ersser Jones
  • Torribal – Seaman
  • Madiboo – T.H. Higgie
  • Selico – J. T. Johnson
  • Demba Sego Jella – Dale
  • Dracari – Mr. W. Searle
  • Henry Augustus Mug – J. Herbert
  • Fetterwell & Grim – Wilton & Williams
  • Marrowbone & Flayall – Young, Hitchinson
  • Naudac – Edgar
  • Crier – Franklin
  • Executioner – Morris
  • Darina – Miss Richardson
  • Berissa – Mrs. G. Lee
  • Gutta – Miss E. Terry
  • Slaves – Misses Andrews, Edgar, Greville, M. Terry, &c.
  • Play

    Bibliographic Sources

    • University of Bristol, Theatre Collection Playbill (Victoria Theatre) - July 21-26, 1845
      Info in Record:
      • Performance Type:
        Dramatic
      • Performers Listed: Ferulho – “Mr. Ersser Jones”, Torribal – “Mr. Seaman”, Madiboo – “Mr. T.H. Higgie”, Selico – “Mr. J. T. Johnson”, Demba Sego Jella – “Mr. Dale”, Dracari – “Mr. W. Searle,” Naudac – “Mr. Edgar”, Darina – “Miss Richardson”, Berissa – “Mrs. G. Lee”, Gutta – “Miss E. Terry”, Slaves – “Misses Andrews, Edgar, Greville, M. Terry, &c.” For remainder of cast, see attached document scan.
      • Days & Times: “Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Saturday July 21st, 22nd, 23rd, and 26th, 1845’
      • Venue Name: “Victoria Theatre”
      • Other Acts on Bill: Monday: a “highly interesting Drama … entitled The Life and Adventures of Little Joey”, “the truly laughable Comic Burletta of The Appointed Spot”. Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday: “a Laughable Burletta…called A Husband at Sight”
      • Program Info: a “Romantic and highly Interesting Play, in Three Acts, by George Colman, entitled The Africans Or, The Horrors of the Slave Trade”
      • Other:
        audience,
        description/review,
        performance time,
        ticket info,
        other (surrounding events at venue, venue staff)
    • University of Bristol, Theatre Collection Playbill (Victoria Theatre) - July 21-26, 1845
      Info in Record:
      • Performance Type:
        Dramatic
      • Performers Listed: Ferulho – “Mr. Ersser Jones”, Torribal – “Mr. Seaman”, Madiboo – “Mr. T.H. Higgie”, Selico – “Mr. J. T. Johnson”, Demba Sego Jella – “Mr. Dale”, Dracari – “Mr. W. Searle,” Naudac – “Mr. Edgar”, Darina – “Miss Richardson”, Berissa – “Mrs. G. Lee”, Gutta – “Miss E. Terry”, Slaves – “Misses Andrews, Edgar, Greville, M. Terry, &c.” For remainder of cast, see attached document scan.
      • Days & Times: “Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Saturday July 21st, 22nd, 23rd, and 26th, 1845’
      • Venue Name: “Victoria Theatre”
      • Other Acts on Bill: Monday: a “highly interesting Drama … entitled The Life and Adventures of Little Joey”, “the truly laughable Comic Burletta of The Appointed Spot”. Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday: “a Laughable Burletta…called A Husband at Sight”
      • Program Info: a “Romantic and highly Interesting Play, in Three Acts, by George Colman, entitled The Africans Or, The Horrors of the Slave Trade”
      • Other:
        audience,
        description/review,
        performance time,
        ticket info,
        other (surrounding events at venue, venue staff)
    • University of Bristol, Theatre Collection Playbill (Victoria Theatre) - July 21-26, 1845
      Info in Record:
      • Performance Type:
        Dramatic
      • Performers Listed: Ferulho – “Mr. Ersser Jones”, Torribal – “Mr. Seaman”, Madiboo – “Mr. T.H. Higgie”, Selico – “Mr. J. T. Johnson”, Demba Sego Jella – “Mr. Dale”, Dracari – “Mr. W. Searle,” Naudac – “Mr. Edgar”, Darina – “Miss Richardson”, Berissa – “Mrs. G. Lee”, Gutta – “Miss E. Terry”, Slaves – “Misses Andrews, Edgar, Greville, M. Terry, &c.” For remainder of cast, see attached document scan.
      • Days & Times: “Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Saturday July 21st, 22nd, 23rd, and 26th, 1845’
      • Venue Name: “Victoria Theatre”
      • Other Acts on Bill: Monday: a “highly interesting Drama … entitled The Life and Adventures of Little Joey”, “the truly laughable Comic Burletta of The Appointed Spot”. Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday: “a Laughable Burletta…called A Husband at Sight”
      • Program Info: a “Romantic and highly Interesting Play, in Three Acts, by George Colman, entitled The Africans Or, The Horrors of the Slave Trade”
      • Other:
        audience,
        description/review,
        performance time,
        ticket info,
        other (surrounding events at venue, venue staff)