14 objects are associated with this tag.
Portrait of Mrs Glover in 1839 on one side and of Charles Matthews in 1869 on the other. Printed on pages 39 and 40 of a souvenir booklet of the St. James's Theatre documenting its origins in 1835 to 1900, ca. 1900, Harry Beard Collection.
Poster advertising the Variety programme at the Palace Theatre, Blackpool, for the week commencing Monday, 24 June 1912, featuring George Formby (Senior) 'the great comedian "John Willie"', the Three Gelins 'premier eccentric acrobats', Baby Arthur 'the bijou star comedienne', Arthur Astill 'the whistling ploughboy'(1887-1962), Charles Matthews 'the world's champion jumper', Dora Mackay 'America's chorus comedienne', the Three Clarkes 'club throwers and jugglers', Alf Brookes 'the funny comedian' and Daisy Taylor 'Scotland's foremost comedienne and dancer'. Letterpress on card printed by the Standard Press.
19thC, Portraits; Anon, Charles Matthews
Print, half-length portrait of Charles Matthews, mezzotint by Charles Turner after James Lonsdale, 1825.
Glazed earthenware figurine of Madam Vestris as the Broom Girl, Staffordshire, 1828.