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Updated 25 June 2005
 

List of reviews

The Academy 1881 April 30 New Series 19(469): 326-327

The Cape Argus 1902 May 6 PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS. GOOD HOPE THEATRE PATIENCE

The Entr'acte and Limelight : a Theatrical and Musical Critic and Advertiser 1882 November 25 700: 5 Merry-go-Round. 
[Patience near the end of its run; performers all sounding tired & stale]

The Era 1882 January 14 44(2260): 7 col. 3 
Unsigned report of the publication of a commemorative programme to mark the 250th night

The Era 1882 February 4 44(2263): 8, col. 1 THEATRICAL GOSSIP. 
MISS JESSIE BOND of the Savoy Theatre (Lady Angela, in Patience), is by medical advice reluctantly compelled to take some weeks' rest, and hopes to return thoroughly restored.

The Era 1882 June 24 44(2283): 4, col. 3 THE DRAMA IN AMERICA. 
Reports on New York performances of Patience and of Venus (an adaptation of The Happy Land)

The Era 1882 July 29 44(2288): 14, col. 4 
SAVOY THEATRE - The Duke and Duchess of Connaught, attended by Colonel and Lady Adela Larking, Mr and Lady Eleanor Heneage, and Miss Bailey, witnessed the performance of Patience at this theatre on Wednesday evening[July 26].

The Era 1882 November 11 45(2303): 6, col. 4 "Patience" at Sea. 
Report of "Twenty sea-sick maidens" during a stormy crossing of the Irish Sea.

The Era 1882 November 11 45(2303): 10, col. 4 
Report of Patience touring company at the Theatre Royal, Manchester

The Illustrated London News 1881 October 15 79(2213): 367, col. 1 
Opening of Savoy Theatre with Patience reported by Clement Scott

The Monthly Musical Record 1881 June 1 11: 109 

The Musical Times 1881 May 1

The Musical World 1881 April 30 59(18): 269 
Reprinted from the Daily Telegraph

The Musical World 1881 April 30 59(18): 271 
By "Tyrrell of the Marsh"

The Musical World 1881 April 30 59(18): 271 
Reprinted from the Graphic

The New-York Times 1882 October 4 32(9696): 5, col. 4. AMUSEMENTS. GENERAL MENTION. 
The afternoon performances of "Patience" at the Bijou Opera-house by the juvenile company will not take place during the rest of this week, as announced.

The New-York Times 1882 October 24 32(9713): 4, col. 7 AMUSEMENTS. MUSICAL AND DRAMATIC NOTES.
A performance of "Patience" will be given by the Bijou Opera Company to-morrow afternoon at the Grand Opera-house.

The New-York Times 1882 October 25 32(9714): 4, col. 7 AMUSEMENTS. GENERAL MENTION.
[complete transcription follows] "Patience" will be played this afternoon at the Grand Opera-house by the company of the Bijou Theatre under the direction or Mr. Jessie Williams. Mrs. Langtry, having expressed a desire to hear the opera as performed in this country, has accepted a box and will be present to see Mr. John Howson's personation of her æsthetic countryman.

The New-York Times 1882 November 19 32(9735 Quadruple sheet): 3, col. 4 LONDON TALK OF THE TIME.
[...] The last weeks, for the present, of "Patience" at the Savoy Theatre are announced.

The Sunday Times Country Edition 1882 August 13 3096: 7, col. 4 ; Town Edition 1882 August 13 3096: 7, col. 3
THEATRICAL, MUSICAL, ETC., GOSSIP. The American "Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children" has stopped the performance of "Patience" by a troupe known as the "Boston Miniature Ideal Opera Troupe," in New York. The company consisted of 115 young boys and maidens who had already appeared in Boston with success.

The Sunday Times Town Edition 1882 August 20 3097: 7, col. 3 [Country edition page ref. is the same] THEATRICAL, MUSICAL, ETC., GOSSIP. Miss Florence Marryat has definitely resolved to adopt the theatrical profession. She has accepted an engagenment with Mr. D'Oyly Carte's company, and has been appearing at Southampton as Lady Jane in "Patience."

The Sunday Times Town Edition 1882 September 19 3100: 7, col. 3 [Country edition page ref. is the same] THEATRICAL, MUSICAL, ETC., GOSSIP. "Patience" was performed for the 500th time at the Savoy last Wednesday.

The Sunday Times Town Edition 1882 November 5 3108: 7, col. 3 [Country edition page ref. is the same] THEATRICAL, MUSICAL, ETC., GOSSIP. The last nights of "Patience" at the Savoy are announced.

The Theatre 1881 June 1 New [3rd.] Series 3: 352-356 
By William Beatty-Kingston (includes illustrations of scenes from Patience facing page 353 and a signed photograph of Richard Temple, Frank Thornton and Durward Lely, in character as the Dragoon officers, facing page 354)

The World 1881 April 27 14(356): 10-11 THE MUSICAL WEEK. 'PATIENCE.' 
By Louis Engel

The World 1881 May 4 14(357):10 THE MUSICAL WEEK. A LITTLE MORE 'PATIENCE.' 
2 more paragraphs by Louis Engel
 
 








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