it was produced by Fortescue Mann of London (no date is given).
the little cross has GISELLE written on its crossbar.
the female dancers grouped among the bullrushes are unidentified; the one on the right, with the hair ribbon, might well be a Myrtha character and the dancer in the darker costume might be Giselle herself.
the old photo is came with the unintended streaks that make things even more hard to 'read.'
it's possible this is some Alhambra (or variety theater?) version of the 19th century classic.
your guesses are as good as mine...