Great War Theatre

Address: London, UK

Performances at this Theatre

DateScriptType
N/A The Sleeping Beauty BeautifiedUnknown
N/A Puss In BootsUnknown
N/A OllayaUnknown
27 Apr 1915 Masque of War and PeaceUnknown
27 Apr 1915 HappinessUnknown
14 Apr 1916 The New WordProfessional
Read Narrative
‘The Munitions Matinée. An exceptional matinée is to take place at Drury Lane Theatre this (Friday) afternoon in aid of the appeal which is being made by the Young Women’s Christian Association for £25,000 … The programme includes … Sir J. M. Barrie’s “The New Word.”’ The Graphic, Saturday 15 April 1916. The Era, 19 April 1916, reported on the event which took place on the afternoon of Friday 14 April in aid of the national appeal by the Y.W.C.A. for the Munition and other Women War Workers’ Fund. ‘After a fine overture the programme started with Sir J. M. Barrie’s fireside scene, “The New Word,” “just the father and son business” which takes place at “any home nowadays,” beautifully played by Mr. O. B. Clarence and Miss Helen Haye in their original parts, Miss Gertrude Lang as the daughter, and Mr. Owen Nares as the nineteen-year-old son’. The Era, Wednesday 19 April 1916.
9 May 1916 ExtemporeUnknown
9 May 1916 Dr BuddUnknown
16 Jun 1916 Razzle DazzleUnknown
14 Jul 1916 On and off the stageUnknown
14 Jul 1916 A trip in a Tri-CarUnknown
21 Sep 1916 Best Of LuckUnknown
26 Dec 1916 Puss in New BootsUnknown
26 Dec 1917 AladdinUnknown
28 Aug 1918 ShanghaiUnknown
27 Sep 1918 The Pageant Of Drury Lane TheatreUnknown
14 Apr 2016 Shakespeare's LegacyUnknown