Mr. Andrew Thomson Junior’s Matinee Dansante, Blythswood Rooms, 115 West Campbell Street, on the 3rd of April, 1852
An advertisement on the front page of The Glasgow Herald, on Monday the 22nd of March, 1852, reads:
115 WEST CAMPBELL STREET.
MR. ANDREW THOMSON, JUNIOR, Sole Teacher of
Dancing and Calisthenics to the Royal Children, has been
requested to announce that the MORNING ASSEMBLY of
his Pupils will take place
IN THE CITY HALL,
SATURDAY THE 3D OF APRIL.
Mr. Thomson has also been requested to mention that the
‘Minuet à Trois,’ composed by him last Christmas expressly
for their Royal Highnesses the Prince of Wales, the Princess
Royal, and the Princess Alice, will be danced about 2 o’clock.
As Mr. Andrew Thomson Junr.’s Morning Assembly is only
intended as a private and select Réunion, and to afford the
Friends of his Pupils an opportunity of witnessing the progress
they have made under his tuition, tickets (as usual) can only be
obtained through the medium of their Parents and Guardians.”