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CIRQUE UNIQUE IMPERIAL NORWICH C index
St. BENEDICTS STREET St. GREGORY FULL LICENCE CLOSED 1870
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTER PS 1/8/1 (1867 to 1894)
MORGANS  
Licensees :
HENRY BROWN 1857
CHARLES TESTAR 1858 - 1861
THOMAS ENGALL to 1864
ROBERT THOMPSON 29.03.1864
CHARLES ANDREWS by 1865
Accused Friday 23rd April 1869 of trading at illegal hours - Case dismissed. See below
SAMUEL ANDREWS 29.06.1869




On the morning of Friday 23rd April 1869, at 1:30am, police-constable Fuller Pilch visited the house. He discovered the front door open and three glasses of liquor and one of ale on the counter. Six men were said to be in the house.
The representative for Mr. Charles Andrews contended there was no case to answer since there was no proof of the sale of drink after legal hours.
Case dismissed.

 


Also listed as the CIRQUE MUSIC HALL &
CIRQUE IMPERIAL MUSIC HALL.


During the week commencing Sunday 25th January 1857, Mr. J. H. Cooke would demonstrate his riding skills and new entertainments would be introduced. On the Thursday evening, the performances would be under the patronage of Sir Samuel Bignold, M.P.

Licence dropped 1870 and premised demolished. 




(On the mornings of Saturday, Tuesday and Friday, December 18th, 21st and 24th 1858 the ROYAL CIRQUE UNIQUE, of Castle Hill, Norwich were to perform New Spectacles, New Equestrian and Gymnastic Feats to include the First Appearance of the Chaste and Elegant Equestrienne, Madlle Froschi.
A Grand Extra Fashionable Morning Performance to be given on Thursday 23rd December under the distinguished Patronage of the Right Worshipful the Mayor.

Acting Manager Mr. Hustleby, Sole Proprietor and Director, Mr. Henry Brown)

Was this a rival circus?