Pavilion, Mile End
Address: Mile End, London E1 4PU, UK
Performances at this Theatre
|N/A||Back to her Faith||Unknown|
|29 Dec 1914||The Child of Warsaw||Unknown|
|19 Nov 1917||The Man Who Stayed At Home||Professional|
The Stage, 15 and 22 November 1917, listed The Man Who Stayed at Home (Red Co.) as On Tour from 19 November at the Pavilion, Mile End.
|3 Jun 1918||For England, Home and Beauty or Comrades in Arms||Professional|
‘A fine attraction is staged at the Pavilion next week, “For England, Home and Beauty,” a stirring and popular play dealing with the eventful and vastly important incidents of the present day. Mr. Emm crowds into ten scenes a dramatic production which has drawn splendid houses in all parts of the country … There are two performances each evening at 6.20 and 8.30, and a matinee at 2.30 on Saturday. The players are described as the strongest dramatic company in London, Miss Rose Ralph taking the heroine’s part’. East London Observer, 1 June 1918. An advertisement in the East London Observer, 1 June 1918 announced for the Pavilion Theatre, Mile End Road from 3 June, twice nightly at 6.15 and 8.30 with a matinée on Saturday at 2.30, ‘Andrew Emm presents his New Dramatic Production, supported by the Strongest Dramatic Company in London, including Miss Rose Ralph as Lucy Rayne, Herbert Mansfield as Lord Harry Leyton, Andrew Emm as Teddy Bush. Direct from the Prince’s Theatre, W. The Stirring and Life-life Play, dealing with incidents of the present day, entitled For England, Home and Beauty. Written by Andrew Emm. In Ten Scenes. Come and see how the English Officer uses the German Wireless’.
|27 Sep 1918||The Small Citizen||Unknown|
|12 Nov 1918||Capital Punishment||Unknown|