‘Falka’ From the Royal Comedy Theatre, London 1883. Panorama



‘Falka’ From the Royal Comedy Theatre, London 1883.

‘Falka’ From the Royal Comedy Theatre, London 1883. ‘The Greatest Operatic Sensation of the World. and still running in France, Germany and America.’ ‘Music by F. Chassaigne, written and produced by H.E.Farnie.Costumes by Faustin, Wilhelm and Mons and Madame Alias’ ‘The Action passes in Hungary middle of last century’

A panorama in thick card consisting of 10 panels. One side is illustrated showing all the characters in their costumes printed in colour. On verso are the details about the opera. Scarce.

Size 15.5 x 60cm [5.5 x 24 inches]


Item details

In 1883, the successful operetta Falka had its London première at the theatre , the Comedy Theatre until 2011, is a West End theatre, and opened on Panton Street in the City of Westminster, on 15 October 1881, as the Royal Comedy Theatre. It was designed by Thomas Verity and built in just six months in painted (stucco) stone and brick, now called the Harold Pinter Theatre. Scarce.


Item details

Publisher: Royal Comedy Theatre
Date: 1983
Place: London
Book ID: 60003635

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