Great War Theatre

Licensed On: 10 Mar 1917

License Number: 847

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British Library Reference: LCP1917/6

British Library Classmark: Add MS 66161 M

Performances

DateTheatreType
N/A Theatre Royal, AstonUnknown Licensed Performance
12 Mar 1917 New Theatre, PontypriddUnknown
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See Nicoll, A. (1973). English Drama 1900-1930. Cambridge: University Press. p. 630.
22 Mar 1917 Haggar's, LlanelliProfessional
2 Apr 1917 Theatre Royal, Stratford, LondonProfessional
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The authoress has constructed a workmanlike play that could easily be adapted to conform with twice-nightly requirements. There is an interesting story, and the plot is cleverly developed. If there is one point to be urged against "Honour the Man You Wed", it is the lack of originality displayed, as in many particulars it is reminiscent of a melodrama that has done duty on the road for some time past. ('The Stage', 5 April 1917, p. 15)
16 Apr 1917 Elephant and Castle Theatre, LondonProfessional
23 Apr 1917 Theatre Royal, AstonProfessional
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Miss Eva Elwes has written a number of good plays and one of the best is "Honour the Man You Wed" which was produced at the Aston Theatre Royal last night before two large audiences. ('Birmingham Mail', 24 April 1917, p. 5)
30 Apr 1917 Theatre Royal, SmethwickProfessional
7 May 1917 Alexandra Theatre, HullProfessional
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Twice nightly performances
14 May 1917 Palace, NewcastleProfessional
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Will H. Glaze's No. 1 Company. Twice nightly.
20 May 1917 Theatre Royal, CoatbridgeProfessional
28 May 1917 Hippodrome, HamiltonProfessional
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Company under the managership of Charles E. Johnson. Also staged from 31 May-2 June was 'John Raymond's Daughter' ('Hamilton Advertiser', 2 June 1917, p. 2)
18 Jun 1917 Theatre Royal, South ShieldsProfessional
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Twice nightly
25 Jun 1917 Princes' Theatre, BradfordProfessional
2 Jul 1917 Theatre Royal, LeedsProfessional
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Will Glaze's No. 1 Co. One of the most successful plays written by Miss Eva Elwes... it is a gripping story... ('Leeds Mercury', 3 July 1917)
9 Jul 1917 Theatre Royal, MiddlesbroughProfessional
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Twice nightly
27 Aug 1917 Palace Theatre, DerbyProfessional
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Twice nightly. ... the beautiful and pathetic drama... ('Derby Daily Telegraph', 25 August 1917, p. 1)
27 Aug 1917 Opera House, CoventryProfessional
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Good houses last night witnessed Eva Elwes' play, "Honour the Man You Wed" and enjoyed it very much. ('Coventry Evening Telegraph', 28 August 1917, p. 2) It deals with modern life, and although some of the incidents appear somewhat sensational when focussed on the stage it does not require a very minute examination of the realities of existence to obtain proof of the legitimacy of the introduction of the majority of them. ('Coventry Standard', 31 August 1917, p. 6). Twice nightly, matinee on Saturday
23 Nov 1917 Hippodrome, HuddersfieldProfessional
19 Dec 1917 Junction Theatre, ManchesterProfessional
29 Apr 1918 Prince's Theatre, PortsmouthProfessional
15 Jul 1918 Theatre Royal, SunderlandProfessional
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Twice nightly
24 Oct 1919 Corn Exchange, WallingfordProfessional