Fred Cairns (1857 Scotland – 1 April 1896, Johannesburg, South Africa) was a well-known British comedian and music hall artist of the Victorian age. He was attached to the Lupino troupe for several years, operating out of the Britannia Theatre, Hoxton, and toured the music halls of the country. He died on 1 April 1896 in Johannesburg during a tour of South Africa by the company of Messrs Hyman and Alexander, playing both the Empire Palace of Varieties and Theatre Royal of Varieties.

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