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Prospectus for the second season of the Cabaret Theatre Club, 1912 September

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 5
Call Number: MSS 50

Scope and Contents

With three illustrations by Wyndham Lewis, on page [1] (Michel no. 32), page [2] (Michel no. 35), and page [4] (Michel no. 38). Imprint on page [4]: "Miles & Co., Ltd. ..."

"The Cabaret Theatre Club re-opens for its second season on Tuesday, October 15th, next.

The premises have now been completely adapted to the innovation of Restaurant and Theatre combined. The decorations are by Mr. Spencer Gore and Mr. Charles Ginner. Statue and Emblem of 'The Calf' by Mr. Eric Gill. Messrs. Norman Wilkinson and Albert Rothenstein have devised the stage.

The Club now definitely takes its distinct place as a novelty in English life, as its Theatrical performance begins at 11:30 p.m. with practically no fixed closing hours ...

Every night, Sundays included, Cabaret Performances will be given at 11.30 p.m. The best European Cabaret Artistes will be introduced to London in a rich change of programme. After 1.30, Gipsy Orchestra. International Minstrels. After 2 o'clock, dancing permitted ...

A Super-Cabaret performance ... will take place once a week ..."

Includes terms of membership and names of committee members. Signed: "Eric Crawley, Secretary. September, 1912."


  • 1912 September


Physical Description

1 folded sheet ([4] pages) ; 26 x 30 cm, folded to 26 x 15 cm

Conditions Governing Access

From the Collection:

The materials are open for research.

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English

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