First Theatre Royal, Bath 1805

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Bath's first Theatre Royal (in Orchard Street) was granted a Royal Patent by George III in 1768. Built (Thomas Jelly) 1749-50. Originally known as the Orchard Street Theatre. Later known as the Freemason's Hall or Masonic Hall. Published 1st March 1804. T. Woodfall, Villiers St., Strand, London. Aquatint. Winston, Theatric Tourist, 1805.

SKU: 12064

CABINET ID: 197179

COLLECTION REFERENCE: Box A J1 IOB 717

COPYRIGHT HOLDER: Bath Central Library

COLLECTION LOCATION: Bath Central Library

ORIGINAL WIDTH (mm): 280

ORIGINAL HEIGHT (mm): 210