Opera House, Northampton
Address: Northampton, UK
Performances at this Theatre
|14 Dec 1914||The Menace||Unknown|
Cast included: Amy Ravenscroft (Lady Mertin), Dorothy Edwards (Evelyn Mertin), T L Julian (Benwor), Austin Fairman (Lieut. Jack Stanley), Reginald Rivington (Col George Nolan), F Warwick Ward (Charles Bodin), Lionel West (Maurice Barradet), Ernest A Douglas (Mr Hedgewoods), L Fraser (Inspector Dart), Yolande May (Clotilde), Leonard Shepherd (Baron von Stoll)
|16 Dec 1915||In Time of War||Professional|
|23 Apr 1917||The Soldier Priest||Professional|
Performers: Matthew H Glenville and Co.
|2 Sep 1918||By Pigeon Post||Professional|
Starring William Home (actor), John McNally (actor), Helen Green (actress), A. Blundell Murray (actor), Gladys Spencer (actress). 'By Pigeon Post' is another of the spy plays which during the last three years have been so much enjoyed, but one cannot honestly say it is as good as its predecessors. It has exciting moments and its surprises, but it has not the grip over one of 'The Man who Stayed at Home' for instance.' (Northampton Chronicle, 3 September 1918)
|27 Jan 1919||General Post||Professional|
Presented by Percy Hutchison and Herbert Jay
|26 May 1919||The Luck Of The Navy||Professional|
|5 Apr 1926||Seven Days Leave||Professional|
Performed for Easter Week by the Elephant Repertory Company in conjunction with W. Carter Slaughter.
|5 Jul 1926||The Luck Of The Navy||Professional|
|16 Aug 1926||The Man Who Stayed At Home||Professional|
Performed for the week by the Elephant and Castle Repertory Company.