Miss Hook Of Holland – at Westminster Reference Library on 23rd October
The George Edwardes Musical Comedy Society is presenting Miss Hook Of Holland at Westminster Reference Library on Wednesday 23rd October at 2.00pm
Miss Hook of Holland is an English musical comedy (styled a “Dutch Musical Incident”) in two acts, with music and lyrics by Paul Rubens with a book by Austen Hurgon and Rubens. The show was produced by Frank Curzon and opened at the Prince of Wales Theatre on 31 January 1907, running for a very successful 462 performances. It starred Harry Grattan and Isabel Jay.
The Society will present, free of charge, a revival at Westminster Reference Library, 35, St. Martin’s Street, London WC2H 7HP
on Wednesday 23 October 2019 at 2.00 pm.
The revival of this once popular work will be given in concert version form, featuring a full score and a full two act script.
Five specialist singers will carry out the singing and the play’s dialogue will be read by pre-assigned readers.
Coffee and tea will be available at no cost.
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