Greenwood, Thomas Langdon, active 1807-1859, dramatist and theatre manager

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referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CLI (ff. 1013). Nov.-Dec. 1848. (1) 'The Knight of Arva', by 'D. Boucicault'. ff. 2-18. (2) 'Our Friend the Duke', by C. Webb. ff. 19-75. (3) 'Hearts and Homes or the Emigrant Ship', by C. Z. Barnett. ff. 76-89 b (Act ... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CLXVII (ff. 928). Nov.-Dec. 1850. (1) 'The Baby and the Regimentals' al. 'The Baby and the Unmen--s', by J. M. Graham. ff. 2-16b. (2) 'The Duchess of Malfi', by R. H. Horne. ff. 17-144. (3) 'Jolly Jack, the Roscius of t... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CXI (ff. 1033). April-June 1844. (1) 'The Destruction of the Bastile'. ff. 2-47 b. (2) 'The Will Forgers' al. 'Letitia Wingrove or the Crime Slumber of Forgery' ('Emma Wingrove or Crime Slumbers'), [by T. Mildenhall?]. ... British Library
creatorOf 'Harlequin and the wonderful horse, or, Graciosa and Percinet, the ugly duchess and the greedy king', equestrian comic pantomime by T. L. Greenwood. Licence sent 17 December 1860 for performance at Astley's Ampitheatre. Signed William Batty, propr... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CXXXIV (ff. 1081). Nov.-Dec. 1846. (1) 'The Two Rainbows', by T. H. Reynoldson. Autograph (?). ff. 2-55. (2) 'The Red Cap or the Prisoner of Vincennes', by T. Archer. ff. 56-120. (3) 'The Bondman', by A. Bunn. ff. 121... British Library
referencedIn Correspondence of Leigh Hunt; 1807-1859. Paper; ff. 411.Charles Ollier, publisher: Letters to Leigh Hunt: 1815-1858, n.d.includes:f. 1 Charles Sneyd Edgeworth: Letter to Leigh Hunt: 1842. ff. 3-356 passim John Forster, biographer: Letters to Leigh H..., 1807-1859 British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CIV (ff. 926). June-Sept. 1843. (1) 'Bertrand l'Horloger ou le Père Job', by 'J. de Prémaray'. French. Printed (1843). ff. 2-15 b. (2) 'The Double Bedded Room', by J. M. Morton. ff. 16-31 b. (3) 'The Little Innocent', b... British Library
creatorOf 'Harlequin and Tom Thumb, or, Gog and Magog and Mother Gooses golden goslings' (sic), pantomime. Licence sent 20 December 1853 for performance at Sadlers Wells 26 December 1853. LCO Day Book Add. 53703 records the stipulation that a number of poli... British Library
creatorOf 'Harlequin and old Izaak Walton, or, Tom Moore of Fleet Street, the silver trout, and the seven sisters of Tottenham', pantomime by T. L. Greenwood. Licence sent 20 December 1858 for performance at Sadlers Wells 27 December 1858. Comic scenes incl... British Library
creatorOf 'Wellington and Waterloo', drama in two acts. Licence sent 8 December 1852 for performance at the Marylebone Theatre 27 December 1852. The Examiner of Plays W. B. Donne notes on cover that the events surrounding the funeral of the Duke of Wellingt... British Library
creatorOf ‘Harlequin Hans and the golden goose, or, Old Mother Earth , the little red man and the princess whom nobody could make laugh’, pantomime by T. L. Greenwood and E. L. Blanchard. Licence sent 20 December 1859 for performance at Sadlers Wells. Conta... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol CLXXIV A (ff. 1093). Nov.-Dec. 1851. (1) 'Mr and Mrs Briggs or Harlequin Punch's Festival', by G. H. B. Rodwell and R. N. Lee. ff. 3-35 b. (2) 'The Two Bonnycastles' ('A Highway Robbery'), by J. M. Morton. ff. 36-56 b. ... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CXLIII (ff. 1007). Oct.-Nov. 1847 (see also 43008), except art. 7 (April 1846). (1) 'Morning Calls'. ff. 2-18. (2) 'The Traveller's Room', by E. Fitzball. fF. 19-42b. (3) 'Shooting the Moon', by F. F. Cooper. ff. 43-86.... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CXLIV (ff. 1113). Oct.-Dec. 1847 (see also 43007). (1) 'Une Fille Terrible', by E. Deligny. French. Printed (1846). ff. 2-13b. (2) 'Le Chef-d'OEuvre Inconnu', by C. Lafont. French. Printed (n.d.). ff. 14-25 b. (3) 'Fre... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CLIX (ff. 1028). Dec. 1849, except art. 18 (Sept. 1849). (1) 'The Loving Woman', by R. B. Peake. ff. 2-50. (2) 'Hartley Manor', by G. E. Farmer. ff. 51-81. (3) 'Worse than ever', by G. E. Farmer. ff. 82-105. (4) 'The Go..., 1849 British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CXLII (ff. 1095). Sept.-Oct. 1847. (1) 'The Strange Legacy or the Man with his Three Coats, Black, Brown and Blue', by T. E. Wilks. ff. 2-94. (2) 'The Merchant's Clerk', by G. D. Pitt. ff. 95-129b. (3) 'The Bottle', by ... British Library
creatorOf 'Harlequin Ali Baba, and the forty thieves, Morgiana and the Arabian nights,' pantomime by T.. Greenwood. Licence sent 22 December 1854 for performance at Sadlers Wells 26 December 1854. Songs included in MS. LCO Day Book Add. 53703 records the st... British Library
creatorOf ‘Harlequin Beauty and the Beast, or, Little Goody Two Shoes and Mother Bunch’s bookcase in Baby Land’, pantomime. Licence sent 22 December 1857 for performance at Sadlers Wells 26 December 1857. Comic scenes included. LCO Day Book Add. 53073 reco... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. II (ff. 508). March-May 1824. (I) 'Death of Life in London or Tom and Jerry's Funeral', by T. L. Greenwood. Printed [1823]. ff. 2-12 b. (2) 'Hugo Bambino'. ff. 13-49 b. (3) 'Charles 2nd or Royal Waggery', by J. H. Payne... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CVIII (ff. 1138). Jan.-Feb. 1844. (1) 'Josephine or the Child of the Regiment' ('Josephine or the Fortune of War'), by J. B. Buckstone. ff. 2-24. (2) 'Mary Graham or a Tale of Sorrow!' altered from 'The Horrors in Winte... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CXXVI (ff. 1221). Dec. 1845, except art. 39 (Nov. 1845). (1) 'David Hunt or the Backwodsman (sic) and his Daughter, a Tale of the Paire (sic)' al. 'David, Hunt the Backwoodsman or Life, Love and Jealousy, a Tale of the ... British Library
creatorOf 'Is it the king?' (altered from 'King or queen?'), drama in two acts by T. L. Greenwood. Licence sent 6 November 1861 for performance at the Strand. ff. 21.Thomas Langdon Greenwood, dramatist and theatre manager: Plays by, submitted: 1852-1867. British Library
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