- Title Pages
- List of Illustrations
- List of Tables
- I Perspectives
- 1 Introduction: Theatre, Theatricality, and Disorder
- 2 The Great OP War
- II Contexts
- 3 Theatre, Culture, and Society
- 4 Theatre and the Constitution
- 5 Theatre, the Politicians, and the Press
- 6 Theatre and Popular Politics
- III <i>Mirrors</i>
- 7 Who Were the OPs?
- 8 Audiences as Actors
- 9 John Bull in Covent Garden
- 10 Repertoires and Riots
- 11 Conclusion
- Appendix I Literature as Palimpsest
- Appendix II Satires and Society
- Select Bibliography
- (p.247) Epilogue
- Theatre and Disorder in Late Georgian London
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This chapter discusses briefly what happened to the OPs who participated in the 1809 theatre riot. Other notable individuals linked to this incident are also discussed in this chapter in passing. The chapter ends with the ultimate fate of the theatre in Covent Garden, which is now known as the Royal Opera House.
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