|Caption||Henry Irving. Here is the young Henry Brodribb, later to become Henry Irving, being given lessons in acting and elocution by William Hoskins, a leading member of Samuel Phelps' Shakespearean company. So keen was he to learn that he had three lessons at Hoskins's house every week - before going off to work as a clerk. Original artwork for illustration on p24 of Look and Learn issue no 205 (18 December 1965).|
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|Keywords||Henry Irving actor stage Samuel Phelps Henry Brodribb lessons study lamps theatre theatrical history|
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