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  1. Tate Wilkinson. Portrait of Wilkinson, by Stephen Hewson. Tate Wilkinson (27 October 173916 November 1803) was an English actor and manager . Life. He was the son of a clergyman and was sent to Harrow . His first attempts at acting were badly received, and it was to his wonderful gift of mimicry that he owed his success.

  2. Overview. Tate Wilkinson. (1739—1803) actor and theatre manager. Quick Reference. (1739–1803) English actor and manager. A highly skilled mimic, Wilkinson was sacked from John Rich's company because of his indiscreet imitations on stage of Peg Woffington. Lacking sensitivity—and possessing an ...

  3. Tate Wilkinson (1739 –1803) The Yorkshire company under Tate Wilkinsons management from 1766 to 1803 had the best-known circuit in the North with its base in York and theatres in Hull, Leeds, Doncaster, Wakefield, Pontefract and occasionally in Halifax, Sheffield, Beverley, Newcastle and Edinburgh .

  4. Actor and Theatre Manager. Tate Wilkinson was the successful actor and circuit theatre manager, who in 1769 paid £500 for two Royal Patents which allowed the names to be changed to Theatre Royal, in York and Hull. He was born in Wandsworth, London on 27 October 1739 to the Revd Dr John Wilkinson and his mother Grace Wilkinson, née Tate.

  5. 24 de jul. de 2020 · Tate Wilkinson (1739-1803) had an important role to play in the history of Leeds. In 1771 he opened the first theatre in the city, known as ‘The Theatre’ located on Hunslet Lane. This was the start of a theatrical movement in the city, with modern day Leeds now enjoying many wonderful venues including the City Varieties, Slung ...

  6. The 18th century impersonator who was 'the Jon Culshaw of his day'. Larger than life Tate Wilkinson (1739 –1803) was a Madeira-swilling actor-manager whose talent for mimicry made him the Jon...

  7. Tate Wilkinson. Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press, 1998 - Biography & Autobiography - 248 pages. In addition to being one of the leading theatrical managers and performers in England during the...