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On 18 July 1866 ‘Mr and Mrs Leno, the Great, Sensational, Dramatic and Comic Duettists’ and ‘The Brothers Leno, Lancashire Clog, Boot and Pump Dancers’ appeared at the opening of the Cambridge Music Hall, Mill Street, in the Toxteth Park area of Liverpool. With walls and ceiling painted with allegorical representations of ‘Science’, ‘Music’, ‘Night’, ‘Morning’ and ‘The Seasons’, and boasting a small orchestra, the Cambridge appears to have been considerably more respectable than some of its neighbouring entertainments.
Sensational Duets’ were a big feature, and brought in six or seven pounds a week, until stopped by the Lord Chamberlain as being of the nature of stage plays. As a matter of fact, there was no more acting in them than is connected with the ordinary duet. They were generally in two scenes. In the first, for example, a sailor would say good-bye to his sweetheart. After a quick change, the second scene would display the poor sailor returned from battle with a patch over his eye, his arm in a sling, and a wooden leg.
With its factory chimneys pouring out clouds of poisonous soot Sheffield was one of the most polluted industrial cities in the world. A sulphuric black crust obscured both ugly and attractive buildings alike. Separated from the music hall by a narrow alley was the Mechanics’ Institute, a handsome nineteenth-century edifice that housed one of the first public libraries in the United Kingdom. On the northern side of Tudor Street, facing the Grand, was the tall, bleak facade of the Tudor Works, a factory specialising in silver-, nickel- and electro-plating.