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Melville's Derby Legacy: the story of the Grand Theatre

£19.99

Product description

Breedon books, 1985, first. Greatorex, Harry, N. Hardback, condition: used very good. Dj not price clipped, light shelf wear, fading to spine. Mauve boards with gold lettering, slight bumping to corners, pages clean and bright. The story of the Grand Theatre, Derby, a provincial theatre opened in 1886 which is typical of many which survived from the last decades of the Victorian era. This book aims to present a factual rather than nostalgic account of the times, people and events so will appeal not only to those who have an interest in Derby but also to those interested in the general subject. Includes a number of illustrations, photos, bibliography and detailed indices of plays/songs and persons/companies.

Item details

Author(s):
Harry N Greatorex
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
8vo
Edition:
first
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
262
Publisher:
Breedon books
Title:
Melville's Derby Legacy: the story of the Grand Theatre

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Breedon books, 1985, first. Greatorex, Harry, N. Hardback, condition: used very good. Dj not price clipped, light shelf wear, fading to spine. Mauve boards with gold lettering, slight bumping to corners, pages clean and bright. The story of the Grand Theatre, Derby, a provincial theatre opened in 1886 which is typical of many which survived from the last decades of the Victorian era. This book aims to present a factual rather than nostalgic account of the times, people and events so will appeal not only to those who have an interest in Derby but also to those interested in the general subject. Includes a number of illustrations, photos, bibliography and detailed indices of plays/songs and persons/companies.

Author(s):
Harry N Greatorex
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
8vo
Edition:
first
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
262
Publisher:
Breedon books
Title:
Melville's Derby Legacy: the story of the Grand Theatre

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