Address: Manchester, UK
Performances at this Theatre
|N/A||The Star Engagement||Unknown|
|N/A||A 'Change Of Tactics'||Unknown|
|14 Sep 1914||For France||Unknown|
|16 Nov 1914||To The Day [My Friend, Thomas Atkins]||Unknown|
|30 Nov 1914||To The Day [My Friend, Thomas Atkins]||Professional|
The name of the play was changed to "My Friend, Tommy Atkins"
|21 Dec 1914||Kultur||Unknown|
|21 Dec 1914||Kultur||Professional|
Kultur played at this theatre for 3 weeks until 23rd January 1915. Cast: Georgina Milne (Annette Bovis), J B Butler (Monsieur Bovis), Marie Kildare (Helene Schwartz), Cecil du Gue (Otto Schwartz), Oliver Rogers (The Burgomaster), Herbert Brooklyn (General Bisfurth), Ellis Holland (Dudley Howard), Unity Webb (English Officer), F G Carrilo (Uhlan Officer), E Chester (Belgian Priest), T E Buxton (Belgian Priest), E Lawson (German Officer), E Austin (French Officer), Dick Harcourt (France), Hyam Fay (actor), C Eugud (actor).
|15 Feb 1915||Divorce While You Wait||Unknown|
|22 Feb 1915||Der Tag||Professional|
Performed by Morrison McKinnel (actor), Lilian Braithwaite (actress). ''Der Tag', considering that a great name is attched to it, fell rather short of expectations.' (Manchester Evening News, 23 February 1915)
|28 Jun 1915||L'Amoureux De Carton or Le Mannequin Amoureux [Le Mannequin Amourena]||Unknown|
|30 Aug 1915||When Two Hearts Are Won||Unknown|
|30 Aug 1915||The Way to Win||Professional|
|1 Nov 1915||Spots||Unknown|
|29 Nov 1915||There We Are - Aren't We||Unknown|
|25 Dec 1915||The Postmistress||Unknown|
|26 May 1916||Telling the Truth||Unknown|
|26 Jun 1916||Frolics||Unknown|
|28 Aug 1916||The Great Redding Street Burglary||Professional|
|12 Mar 1917||Pro Patria||Professional|
Cast led by Mrs Patrick Campbell. Described by the Manchester Evening News (13 March 1917) as 'chiefly notable for the opportunities it gives to Mrs Patrick Campbell to display her distinguished talents'.
|10 Sep 1917||Married Midst Shot And Shell||Professional|
Performed in repertoire with 'The Unexpected Wife' and 'The Three Mothers'.
|1 Oct 1917||My America||Unknown|
|25 Feb 1918||Flying Colours||Professional|
At the Manchester Hippodrome ‘That exceeding likeable character, immortalised by Captain Bairnsfather as “Old Bill,” is portrayed with penetrative zest by Mr. Harry Thurston, and the sketch is a most enjoyable one’. Manchester Evening News, 26 February 1918.
|16 Dec 1918||Called Up||Professional|
Performed 16-21 December.
|6 Jan 1919||The Lads of the Village||Professional|
A return visit with Bob Stevens, Wilbert Gambel, C. Lawrence Gosling, Emmie King and Frederick Maxwell as the villain.