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Collection name Holloway Collection - Coffee Palace Hall (1800-1904)
Unique identifier Holloway Collection - Coffee Palace Hall
Description 4 boxes of programmes from 1800 to 1904 from the Dublin Coffee Palace Concert Hall, 6 Townsend Street. These programmes contain mixed dramatic recitals with musical interludes and include the Saturday Popular Concerts series. Many programmes include recitals by Joseph Holloway. Other programmes include the following:

Folder '1800' in box '1800' includes:
17/11/62: Ancient [sic] Concert Room: S. Thalberg Pianoforte Recital.

Folder '1800-1900' in box '1800-1900-no dates' includes:
28/4/03: Antient Concert Rooms (large hall): Mr. Frank Manning's grand concert. Performers included numerous Feis Ceoil medalists.
28/9/59: Antient Concert Rooms: Mr & Made. Goldschmidt's second miscellaneous concert. Wordbook.
14/1/06: Antient Concert Rooms: Sunday Orchestral Concerts, 5th concert conducted by Signor Esposito.

Folder 'no dates' in box '1800-1900-no dates' includes:
26/9/[year unknown] & 28/9/[year unknown]: Antient Concert Rooms: Madame Lind Goldschmidt with Signor Belletti, Herr Joachim and Mr. Otto Goldschmidt. Leaflet.
18/3/95: Coffee Palace Hall: St. Patrick's Night Anniversary Grand Concert of Irish Music.

Folder 'CPH no date' in box 'Dublin Coffee Palace 1885-1904' includes:
30/10/[year unknown]: Coffee Palace Popular Concerts: Performance of 'Sylvan Hours' by Joseph Robinson. Woodbook.
Date range 1800 - 1904
Associated People and Organisations Belletti, Signor - Esposito, Michele - Feis Ceoil (later Siemens [Nixdorf] Feis Ceoil) - Goldschmidt, Madame Lind - Goldschmidt, Otto - Holloway, Joseph - Joachim, Herr - Manning, Frank - Robinson, Joseph - Saturday Popular Concerts, Dublin Coffee Palace - Sunday Orchestral Concerts - Thalberg, Sigismond -
Associated Places Antient Concert Rooms, Great Brunswick Street Dublin Coffee Palace Hall, 6 Townsend Street
Associated Times 19th century - early 1800-1836 19th century - late Victorian 1876-1899 19th century - mid Victorian 1851-1875 20th century - early 1900-1930
Associated Content Word books Leaflets
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