Mr Parish, grateful for the patronage conferred upon him during his stay, begs leave to inform the public, that at the request of several respectable families, he has been induced to remain short time longer, and hopes by a succession of novelties to merit a continuance of that patronage which he has so liberally experienced.
On Monday evening, January 10, 1831 will be performed the interesting drama, entitled Father and Son, or the Forest Savage. On each evening, comic and serious singing, by Messrs Johnson and Thornton. To conclude with the Farce of, The Spoiled Child.
On Tuesday, January, 11, 1830 [sic]. The Interesting Piece of Luke the Labourer, or the lost son.To conclude with the Farcetta of music, physic, and love.
On Wednesday, January 12, 1830 [sic], an entire new splendid melo-drama, founded on the late French Expedition, called the fall of Algiers in 1830. To conclude with the farce of Teddy the Tyler.
The melo-dramas of the Bear Hunters, John Overy , Crazy Jane, Tom Rowling, etc. etc are in rehearsal, and will speedily be brought forward.
Pit 6d gallery 3d.
Doors to be open at half past seven, to commence at eight precisely.
Burgin, Printer, Barkers Pool.
Original at Sheffield Local Studies Library: MP 743 L.