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This 1924 article in the Hobart based newspaper The Mercury advertises two performances of the pantomine 'Robin Hood' at the Bijou Theatre. The performances were held 'by special request' following an earlier successful season. The pantomine is…

This political cartoon by ‘Hop’ enacts a scene from William Shakespeare’s historical play, Henry V. In the scene, Fluellen the Welshman angrily berates the unfortunate Pistol, a crony of Sir John Falstaff, and forces him to eat a…

A view of the Forum Theatre (formerly the State Theatre) in central Melbourne. Designed by American architect John Eberson in conjunction with Melbourne firm Bohringer, Taylor & Johnson, The Forum was originally built as a cinema palace. Completed in…

A view of the clocktower at the Forum Theatre (formerly the State Theatre) in central Melbourne. Designed by American architect John Eberson in conjunction with Melbourne firm Bohringer, Taylor & Johnson, The Forum was originally built as a cinema…

A view of a minaret - or tall, tiered tower - at the Forum Theatre (formerly the State Theatre) in central Melbourne. Designed by American architect John Eberson in conjunction with Melbourne firm Bohringer, Taylor & Johnson, The Forum was originally…

An image of a record found in a York secondhand store featuring the soundtrack to the popular 1967 film "Camelot." An example of the popularity, commerciality and timelessness of Arthurian legends, the film was a box office hit in the West. The film…

This series of photographs were taken at the performance of the play Henry IV Part I by William Shakespeare at the New Fortune Theatre at the University of Western Australia on September 16, 2011. The free performance was part of the three-day…

This series of photographs were taken at the performance of the play Henry IV Part I by William Shakespeare at the New Fortune Theatre at the University of Western Australia on September 16, 2011. The free performance was part of the three-day…