Address: Brixton, London, UK
Performances at this Theatre
|19 Oct 1914||The Girl From Dunnowhere||Unknown|
|7 Dec 1914||William 'Enery's Wedding||Unknown|
|17 May 1915||A Bit O Khaki||Unknown|
|17 May 1915||A Bit O Khaki||Professional|
Book and lyrics by Arthur Cleveland. Music by Napoleon Lambert. Cast includes Mr. Albert H. Groves as Thomas Fleming, Miss Wilmot Karkeek as Norah and Mr. Frank Cochrane as Jack Roebusk. Reviewed by the "The Stage" on 20 May 1915.
|31 May 1915||Shooting a Tiger||Unknown|
|7 Jun 1915||Sham||Unknown|
|28 Jun 1915||Crace Albert's Dolly||Unknown|
|24 Jan 1916||The Boy in the Street||Unknown|
|1 May 1916||Hello Conductor||Unknown|
|10 Jul 1916||Too Late||Professional|
|5 Feb 1917||His Wife's Friend||Unknown|
|19 Feb 1917||Nature's Call||Professional|
|11 Jun 1917||The House Of The Five Lanterns||Professional|
Performed by Mary Mayfren and company. Acts on the same bill were: Sam Barton, Rosie Lloyd, The Carlton Trio, Five Keith Proctors, Frank Maura, The Mervan Girls, Fatty Roma.
|22 Apr 1918||Nell's Luck||Professional|
The Era, 17 April 1918, listed ‘Mary Neil and Co. in “Nell’s Luck”’ in Next Week’s Calls, Monday 22 April, at the Empress, Brixton (one of London’s syndicate halls). ‘Managers and Agents, See Mary Neil in her latest comedy study “Nell’s Luck.” “Is a brief, almost too brief, little play – sans sensationalism and minus morbidity – acted with true humour by Miss Mary Neil.” – Vide Referee. “An amusing little piece followed with intense interest, punctuated with hearty laughter and applause.” – Stage. This week, East Ham (7.20 and 9.30); next week, Brixton’. The Stage, 18 April 1918.
|17 Jun 1918||The Honourable Gertrude||Unknown|
|19 Aug 1918||Flying Colours||Professional|
The Era, 14 August 1918, listed Harry Thurston and Co. in “The Johnson ‘Ole” among calls for Monday 19 August at the Empress, Brixton.
|21 Oct 1918||The Alsatians||Unknown|
|28 Oct 1918||The Pacifist||Amateur|
Performed by: George Pickett (Richard Brunner), Dorothy Wilmer (Dr Madge Verrinder), Phyllis Manners (Mrs Garritt), Edith Madelle (A Poor Woman), Harry Gilbey (Sergeant ? Mardan): 'one might reasonably presume Mr Brandon's latest contribution to be a treatise founded upon the pacifist 'question'. The piece, which came in for a fair share of favour on Monday evening, is, however, yet another addition to the long list of spy plays already before the public." | "The finale is distinctly good, but the author should have something more convincing to lead up to it. Several of the situations are rather threadbare and stand in need of strengthening.' (Stage, 31 October 1918). Other acts on the same bill were: Lockhart's Elephants, Will Lacey, Caron Troupe, Laura Novea, Irene May, Divina, Foot-Gers.