Mr. Greathead’s Benefit Concert
Bristol: Theatre Royal
Tickets: Boxes 7s., Pit 5s., Gallery 2s. 6d., Boxes available
The Bristol Mercury (May 16, 1825): 3.
MR. GREETHEAD hams the honour most respectfully to acquaint the Nobility and the Gentry of Bristol, Clifton and their Vicinities, that his BENEFIT
will take place on THURSDAY EVENING next, May 19, 1825, for which occasion he has, at a considerable expense, engaged that celebrated Piano-Fortes.
who is not arrived from the Continent, being the only Night he [*] possibly appear in Bristol this Season.
Full particulars of the Concert will be given in Bills.
Tickets for the Boxes, 7s. Pit, 5d. and Gallery, 2s. 6d. may be had at the Music Warehouses, at the Theatre, and at Greethead’s Musical Repository. 45, Park-Street, nearly opposite Great George-street.—Places for the Boxes may be taken at the Theatre from 11 till 5 o’clock (Tickets having been secured.)
The Bristol Mercury (May 16, 1825): 3. [different section.]
Our readers will perceive, in a preceding column, an announcement of Mr. Greethead’s Benefit Concert. Recollecting the powerful effect produced when he appeared in Bristol two years since, we congratulate him on his securing that eminent performer Mr. Moscheles; and as the prices of admission are the usual Theatre prices, all classes will have an opportunity of hearing this admirable performer. We expect there will be an overflowing house.