"Organisation Name","Alfred Dampier Company" "Organisation Identifier","11937" "Address","" "Function","Presenting Company, Production Company, Touring Company" "Notes","Formed company 1877 and retired 1895. Unsure whether this company had a formal name." "Associated Events" "A Royal Pardon","Theatre Royal","Coolgardie","WA","15 May 1897", "East Lynne","Theatre Royal","Coolgardie","WA","14 May 1897", "Hamlet","Theatre Royal","Coolgardie","WA","13 May 1897", "Robbery Under Arms","Miners' Institute Hall","Kalgoorlie","WA","7 May 1897", "Robbery Under Arms","Theatre Royal","Coolgardie","WA","30 April 1897", "The Green Lanes of England","Theatre Royal","Coolgardie","WA","29 April 1897", "It's Never Too Late to Mend","Theatre Royal","Coolgardie","WA","28 April 1897", "Monte Cristo","Theatre Royal","Coolgardie","WA","27 April 1897", "Monte Cristo ","Theatre Royal","Adelaide","SA","13 February 1897", "Jack the Giant Killer or, Harlequin Fe-Fi-Fo-Fum, the Demon Spider and the Fairies of the Silver Lake","Alexandra Theatre","Melbourne","VIC","26 December 1891", "A Royal Pardon","Victoria Theatre (1891-)","Newcastle","NSW","30 October 1891", "East Lynne","Victoria Theatre (1891-)","Newcastle","NSW","29 October 1891", "The World Against Her","Victoria Theatre (1891-)","Newcastle","NSW","28 October 1891", "The Green Lanes of England","Victoria Theatre (1891-)","Newcastle","NSW","27 October 1891", "Shamus O'Brien; or, The Rebel Chief of '98","Victoria Theatre (1891-)","Newcastle","NSW","24 October 1891", "As You Like It","Victoria Theatre (1891-)","Newcastle","NSW","23 October 1891", "The Miner's Right","Victoria Theatre (1891-)","Newcastle","NSW","20 October 1891", "For the Term of His Natural Life","Victoria Theatre (1891-)","Newcastle","NSW","17 October 1891", "East Lynne","Victoria Theatre (1891-)","Newcastle","NSW","16 October 1891", "Robbery Under Arms","Victoria Theatre (1891-)","Newcastle","NSW","12 October 1891", "The Life and Death of Captain Cook","Gaiety Theatre","Sydney","NSW","28 January 1888", "Dick Whittington and His Cat; a Pantomime with a Purr-Puss","Royal Standard Theatre (1886-1901)","Sydney","NSW","27 December 1886", "All for Gold, or Fifty Millions of Money","Theatre Royal","Melbourne","VIC","6 June 1877", "All for Gold, or Fifty Millions of Money","Royal Victoria Theatre (1838-1880)","Sydney","NSW","10 March 1877", "Works" "Resources"