Entry ticket to Dickens performance of Not so Bad as we Seem, Assembly Rooms, Bath 1851
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Held at the Assembly Rooms on 10th November 1851, Charles Dickens and his companions performed this play by Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton, followed by his own farce Mr. Nightingale's Diary, in which he took six different parts. A report said that he is as brilliant at acting as he is in authorship. A full report appears in the Bath Chronicle of 15th November 1851.
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Bath Central Library