Performances at this Theatre
|6 Sep 1914||Home from Home||Unknown|
|17 May 1915||Mad Dog. New Pantomimical Patriotic Sketch||Professional|
Performed by the Six Brothers Luck company.
|6 Sep 1915||Ladies First||Unknown|
|6 Sep 1915||Ladies First||Professional|
|30 Jan 1916||War Mates||Professional|
'War Mates' was third on the bill and being performed twice nightly. Other acts in the bill were: Albert Chevalier, and Chung Ling So.
|7 Feb 1916||Du Théâtre au Champ D'Honneur||Professional|
Performed by Sarah Bernhardt.
|5 Sep 1916||In the Trenches||Professional|
Performed for the week by cast including Harry Buss.
|29 Oct 1916||Ciro’s Frolics||Unknown|
|13 Nov 1916||Selling a Pup||Unknown|
|8 Jan 1917||The Bing Boys Are Here||Professional|
|21 Feb 1917||When the Clock Strikes Nine||Unknown|
The performance was licensed for this performance but no record has been found of it taking place.
|26 Mar 1917||When the Clock Strikes Nine||Professional|
Performed by Nina Boucicault (Mrs Lane), A S Homewood (Walter Loring), and Joan Blair (Ann Loring). 'The Stage' (29 March 1917) commented that the play 'at times is almost Ibsen-like in its touches and is not without its dramatic moments' and that it 'marks Miss Boucicault's debut in variety'.
|2 Apr 1917||In the Trenches||Professional|
Performed for the week by cast including Harry Buss. Also on the bill: Fred Ginnett with his talking horse, the Miller Sutcliffes in Highland sports and pastimes, Thornley Dodge (drawing room entertainer), the Syncopating Septet, Frank Jagger (violinist), Hilda Glyder (entertainer), Daisy Stratton.
|28 May 1917||Flying Colours||Professional|
The Era, 23 May 1917, listed ‘Johnson ‘Ole’ in Next Week’s Calls, Monday 28 May, at the Portsmouth Hippodrome.
|10 Sep 1917||His Number’s Up||Unknown|
|8 Oct 1917||The Tale of a Ring||Unknown|
|7 Jan 1918||Vanity Fair, Touring Version||Unknown|
|23 Sep 1918||Three Cheers||Professional|
|30 Sep 1918||Airs And Graces||Professional|
|2 Dec 1918||Jolly Times||Professional|
The Stage, 28 November and 5 December 1918, listed Jolly Times as On Tour from 2 December at the H., Portsmouth.