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''[[The First of April]]'' is a farce by Caroline Boaden.
''[[The First of April]]'' is a farce by Caroline Boaden .
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A play offering a series of practical jokes, written in pantomimic style, the play was first performed to great popularity at the Theatre Royal Haymarket on August 31, 1830. Published by J. Cumberland 1830.
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South African productions
1833: Performed in Cape Town in the African Theatre by the All the World's a Stage on 13 July, with The Floating Beacon, or The Norwegian Wreckers (Fitzball), The Six Simpletons, or The Press Gang (a "ballet dance"), and a new pantomime, Clown and Goose, performed by Mr Charles West.
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