Cramond Brig, or The Gudeman o' Ballangrich
The original text
The play was first performed in Edinburgh on 27 February, 1826 and in London in 1831. Published by Dicks.
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Performance history in South Africa
1866: Performed as Cramond Brig, or The Gudeman of Ballangrich in the Theatre Royal, Cape Town, by Leroy and Duret, in association with Alfred Ray, on 12 November in the Theatre Royal in Harrington Street, along with a performance of A Bachelor of Arts (Hardwicke). It was a benefit performance for Mr T. Brazier and Mrs Brazier.
1867: Performed as Cramond Brig, or The Gudeman of Ballangrich on 5 February in the Theatre Royal in Harrington Street, as part of a "Special Bespeak: Grand Fashionable Night" by "Le Roy's Original Company", with The Green Bushes and a "Negro Song and Dance" by A. Ray.
Allardyce Nicoll. 1930. A History of Early Ninteenth Century Drama 1800-1850. Volume II. Cambridge University Press, p. 355.
William Groom. 1899-1900. Drama in Cape Town. Cape Illustrated Magazine, 10(4): 478-481, 517-520, 547-552, 580-584, 640-643, 670-672, 706-708.
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