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The Merry Widow Dinner – Derby Daily Telegraph – 1908


The Merry Widow Dinner - Derby Daily Telegraph - Monday 21 December 1908

 

Mr. Carl Hentschel announces that the O.P. Club with a view to celebrating the great success of the world famed “Merry Widow,” intend holding a “Merry Widow” dinner on Sunday, January 31, and as this dinner is bound to be very popular, arrangements have been made to hold it at the Cecil Hotel, so that the club can accommodate a very large number. Mr George Edwardes has accepted, not only on behalf of Miss Lily Elsie and Joseph Coyne, invitations to be the guests of the evening. It is also the intention of the club to invite the principle members of the company. Tickets can only be obtained by members of the O.P. Club. Quite apart from this function, the O.P. Club are holding a ladies concert next Sunday. On January 2 there will be a New Year’s dance for children, and on January 17 Mr. Rutland Barrington will address the members.

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