Minor Player / Variety Act for the week ending
Saturday, 9 September 2008

Lizzie Lisette (fl. late 1860s/early 1870s),
English music hall serio-comic vocalist and dancer

Lizzie Lizzette

Lizzie Lisette (otherwise Lizzette), 'Dances and sings'

(photo: A.R. MacWilliams, Glasgow, circa 1870)

'MUSEUM CONCERT HALL, Bull Ring. Proprietor, Mr. G. BIBEE. - THIS PRESENT EVENING (Tuesday), March 14, and during the week. First Appearance of Miss LIZZIE LISETTE, Serio-comic Vocalist, and Mr. HARRY WARD, Comic Vocalist. Continued Success of the following Artistes: - Mons. SYLVESTRE, the Great Contortionist; Mr. GEO. WASHINGTON, Negro Comedian; Mr. WYNDHAM CLARK, Tenor, Vocalist; Mrs. WARREN, Serio-comic; Miss EMILY WARREN, Character Vocalist and Dancer; and the BROTHERS SUTHERLAND, on the Flying Rings.
'Doors open at Seven; commence at Half-past.'
(The Birmingham Daily Post, Birmingham, Tuesday, 15 March 1870, p. 1a, advertisement)

'THE MUSEUM CONCERT HALL continues to attract a large number of patrons. The company of artists is, if anything, stronger than usual, and as a result the programme has shown considerable variety. The principal performers have been Miss Lizzie Lisette and Mr. Harry Ward, in the comic line; Mr. W. Clark, tenor, in the sentimental; M. Sylvestre and the Brothers Sunderland, in the gymnastic; and Mr. G. Washington, in the negro line.'
(The Birmingham Daily Post, Birmingham, Saturday, 19 March 1870, p. 6d)

* * * * * * * *

Return to home page

© John Culme, 2008