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Prospectuses

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Documents designed to inform prospective investors or patrons, consisting of a formal summary of a proposed commercial, literary, or other venture, or a description of the features or services of an institution or business.

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Collection of Cabaret Theatre Club and Cave of the Golden Calf printed ephemera

 Collection
Call Number: MSS 50
Overview: The collection comprises 11 items of printed ephemera concerning the Cabaret Theatre Club and the Cave of the Golden Calf. The items include: a preliminary prospectus (April, 1912); a general program (May, 1912); a prospectus for the second season (September, 1912); a preliminary announcement of the performance season of the Intimate Theatre Society (late 1912?); a program for June 17, 1913, featuring a performance of Bastien und Bastienne; membership application forms for the Cabaret Theatre...
Dates: 1912-1914

Preliminary prospectus for the Cabaret Theatre Club, 1912 April

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 1
Call Number: MSS 50
Scope and Contents: Text of the prospectus:"Preliminary prospectus. The 'Cabaret Theatre Club' is now being permanently established. At 3, Heddon Street, Regent Street, London W., premises have been taken. The decoration will be entirely and exclusively the work of leading young British artists. ... From 9 o'clock to 11.30 a varied, programme, with the tendency of a return of art to intuition and simplicity, will be given. On one hand such art as we owe to the...
Dates: 1912 April

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...
Dates: 1912 September