Mr Hill's Literary Entertainment

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Mr Hill's Literary Entertainment is a series of educational readings offered in the Commercial Exchange, Cape Town by Mr T.P. Hill in 1846, opening on 12 October 1846. Similar shows were done in 1849-50, also under the title of Literary Entertainments. His programmes included many reading from Shakespeare, Dickens, Sheridan, Knowles, and other writers of poetry and prose.

See also T.P. Hill and Entertainment.


F.C.L. Bosman, 1928[1]: pp. 440, 494, 500.

Facsimile version of the Proceedings of the 20th anniversary meeting of the subscribers of The Public Library, Cape Town, 1849: p.3[2]

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