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Honorary Member Henry Wyndham a Performer at the Wyndham Theatre and the Theatre Royal Edinburgh Click to see Brother Henry is a Member of Canongate Kilwinning Lodge No 2 3rd May 1850

  Candidate’s Name Brother Henry. Wyndham Performer

 DOB 1820 30 years Old

 Address Theatre Royal 6 Carlton Street

 Proposed By Brother Andrew Murray

 Seconded By Brother William Donaldson

 Other Offices of Canongate Kilwining Lodge No 2

 Affiliated Member 3rd May 1850

RWM of the Celtic Brother Andrew Murray PM

Brother Henry performed and he and his wife became joint leaseholders of the Theatre Royal. Henry put some of best Theatrical Acts of the Time, supported By actors from the Italian Opera. Modern Drama Actors Singers,J L Toole, Madam Celeste, Kaen and Robson, Helen Faucit, Paul Bedford, Alfred Wigan, Mcsdames Ristori and Titens,Mario and Giuglini, Mrs Wyndham also played many parts. Most of the famous acts from Stage and Theatre played at the Theatre Royal Edinburgh, until the fire of 23rd May 1853. The site was acquired by the City for a sum of £5,000.00 and soon after the erection of the new General Pose office. The performers were far from being out of work performing all over the World as they say the Show must go on.