The King’s Theatre 1704-1867: London’s First Italian Opera House

by Daniel Nalbach

A history of the Queen’s Theatre, first built by Vanburgh for Betterton’s Company and subsequently known as the King’s Theatre, Her Majesty’s and the Italian Opera House, through its rebuilding and up to the fire of 1867. It encompasses its architecture, artists, audiences, management and mise en scène

Hardback; 196 pp, 17 ill., ISBN 085430 003 1

A history of the King’s Theatre from its early days as the Queen’s Theatre up to the fire of 1867

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