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Opened by De Jong/Hyman/Logan in Cape Town in 18**. **Renamed the [[Tivoli Music Hall]] in 1903 and run by [[Harry Stodel]].??** ** Later owned by [[African Consolidated Theatres]]. Used on a few occasions by amateurs, such as the [[Cape Town Repertory Theatre Society]] and the [[Garrick Club]] in the late 1920s and early 1930s. (e.g. Bird in Hand, Rope, What every woman knows, etc.) *** 
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The [[Tivoli Theatre of Varieties]] was a Cape Town theatre dating from the late 19th century.  
  
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Also variously known, or referred to, as [[The Tivoli]], the [[Tivoli Theatre]], the [[Tivoli Music Hall]]
  
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'''Not to be confused with the [[Tivoli Empire Theatre]], Johannesburg'''
  
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== The venue ==
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Opened by De Jong/Hyman/Logan in Cape Town in 18**. **Renamed the [[Tivoli Music Hall]] in 1903 and run by [[Harry Stodel]].??** ** Later owned by [[African Consolidated Theatres]]. Used on a few occasions by amateurs, such as the [[Cape Town Repertory Theatre Society]] and the [[Garrick Club]] in the late 1920s and early 1930s. (e.g. ''[[Bird in Hand]]'', ''[[Rope]]'', ''[[What Every Woman Knows]]'', etc.) ***
  
 
==Sources ==
 
==Sources ==
(See Fletcher, 199*; Kruger, 1999?*; Du Toit,  1988) [TH, JH]
 
== For more information ==
 
  
See also [[Tivoli Music Hall]], [[Tivoli Empire Theatre]], Johannesburg
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[[D.C. Boonzaier]]. 1923. "My playgoing days – 30 years in the history of the Cape Town stage", in ''SA Review'', 9 March and 24 August 1923. (Reprinted in [[F.C.L. Bosman|Bosman]] 1980: pp. 374-439.)
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[[F.C.L. Bosman]]. 1980. ''Drama en Toneel in Suid-Afrika, Deel II, 1856-1912''. Pretoria: [[J.L. van Schaik]]: pp.
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[[P.J. du Toit]]. 1988. ''Amateurtoneel in Suid-Afrika''. Pretoria: Academica
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[[Jill Fletcher]]. 1994. ''The Story of Theatre in South Africa: A Guide to its History from 1780-1930''. Cape Town: Vlaeberg: p. 
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[[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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Revision as of 06:07, 30 August 2019

The Tivoli Theatre of Varieties was a Cape Town theatre dating from the late 19th century.

Also variously known, or referred to, as The Tivoli, the Tivoli Theatre, the Tivoli Music Hall

Not to be confused with the Tivoli Empire Theatre, Johannesburg

The venue

Opened by De Jong/Hyman/Logan in Cape Town in 18**. **Renamed the Tivoli Music Hall in 1903 and run by Harry Stodel.??** ** Later owned by African Consolidated Theatres. Used on a few occasions by amateurs, such as the Cape Town Repertory Theatre Society and the Garrick Club in the late 1920s and early 1930s. (e.g. Bird in Hand, Rope, What Every Woman Knows, etc.) ***

Sources

D.C. Boonzaier. 1923. "My playgoing days – 30 years in the history of the Cape Town stage", in SA Review, 9 March and 24 August 1923. (Reprinted in Bosman 1980: pp. 374-439.)

F.C.L. Bosman. 1980. Drama en Toneel in Suid-Afrika, Deel II, 1856-1912. Pretoria: J.L. van Schaik: pp.

P.J. du Toit. 1988. Amateurtoneel in Suid-Afrika. Pretoria: Academica

Jill Fletcher. 1994. The Story of Theatre in South Africa: A Guide to its History from 1780-1930. Cape Town: Vlaeberg: p.

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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