Lyceum Theatre, Sheffield
Performances at this Theatre
|22 Dec 1914||The Bachelor's Defence League||Unknown|
|8 Feb 1915||Mrs Thompson||Unknown|
|9 Sep 1915||Armageddon||Professional|
The company were at the theatre for a week and performed it within a repertory of plays which also included 'Hamlet', 'The Only Way', and 'The Breed of the Treshams'
|22 Jan 1917||The Bing Boys Are Here||Professional|
|24 May 1917||Britannia’s Revue||Amateur|
Whilst the play had been performed since January 1915, this was the first time the play was performed with a license from the Lord Chamberlain. The performance was in aid of the Soldiers' Comforts Fund. 'Britannia's Revue needs no introduction to a Sheffield audience but those who did not see yesterday's performance missed one of the best numbers comprising the series, namely, the entry of America, our latest ally, into Britannia's court.' Performers included: The Misses Calladine (presenters), Mis Lillas Hawson, Miss Winifred Unwin, other well-known elocutionists, Miss Ethel Prescott's Ladies' Choir.' (Sheffield Daily Telegraph)
|8 Apr 1918||The Invisible Foe||Professional|
Performed for the week by Julian Royce (actor) and Queenie Gwynne (actress).
|21 Apr 1919||Seven Days Leave||Professional|
Presented by Walter Howard's principal company.
|11 Aug 1919||The Freedom of the Seas||Professional|
Presented for the week by Thomas C. Dagnall's company: cast included J. Lawrence Anderson (actor), Evelyn Ormonde (actress).
|17 Nov 1922||The Burgomaster Of Stilemond||Professional|
Performed for one night as part of a week's repertoire by the company.
|3 Mar 1930||The Luck Of The Navy||Professional|