Lloyd is billed at the Minerva Hall for Christmas week 1856
in a presentation called "Jack in the Box, or Catch the Ten".
"Mr Lloyd, late of the Theatres Royal, Edinburgh
and Glasgow, has now the pleasure of announcing
his New Entertainment on his retirement from the Stage....Jack in the
Box, or Catch the Ten."
"Mr Lloyd will be assisted by Mr Frederick
Lloyd, late Principal Comedian of the Theatre
Royal, Plymouth, and who was received here, two years ago, with
so much kindness and approbation."
"Messrs Wylie and Lochhead's splendid new building,
Minerva Hall, 28 Argyle Street."
Above information Courtesy Adam McNaughtan.
Right - Bill for the Minerva Hall with Horatio
Lloyd and his sons Frederick
and Arthur Lloyd.
Horatio Lloyd writes about "Facts
and Fancies" here...
is also known to have performed here in 1856,
see what is probably his first review, here...
The Minerva Hall was situated at 28 Argyle Street,
Glasgow - This information and main image are courtesy The
University of Glasgow, Special Collections Department
Above - Click image to see page and song details
on Frederick Lloyd
from The Glasgow
Also see the Lloyd / King family Theatrical Posters