Performances at this Theatre
|N/A||A Wife's Dilemma||Unknown|
|11 Jan 1915||Goldberg And Family||Unknown|
|24 May 1915||A Rough Diamond||Unknown|
|2 Aug 1915||The Bully Of Berlin [The Beast of Berlin]||Professional|
|8 Nov 1915||Benjamin Brothers||Unknown|
|5 Jun 1916||Who's got it||Unknown|
|24 Jul 1916||£.S.D||Unknown|
|28 Aug 1916||Snookered||Unknown|
|18 Sep 1916||Birds of Paradise||Unknown|
|9 Oct 1916||Cabaret Cameos||Unknown|
|13 Nov 1916||A La Carte (A new version)||Unknown|
|22 Jan 1917||The Frenchwoman||Professional|
|5 Feb 1917||For Those In Peril||Professional|
Performed by Miss Beaumont Collins.
|7 May 1917||Opkins On Fatigue||Unknown|
|7 May 1917||Tramps||Unknown|
|24 Dec 1917||Aladdin||Unknown|
|4 Mar 1918||Oh Doctor!||Unknown|
|27 May 1918||Fragments||Unknown|
|1 Jul 1918||Nosey Knows||Professional|
Performed for the week by Will Hay (actor), J. H. Cleve (music). Also Fred Karno and John Gerant (co-writers).
|9 Dec 1918||Old Bill's Return||Unknown|
In most references, the show is referred to as 'Ole Bill's Return' rather than 'Old'. It played for the week of 9 December. It starred Miss Jessica Black as Mary, Tom Seymour as Ole Bill, supported by Miss Hebe Russ, Miss Maude Leonard and Mr Arthur Wyle. Irene Rose in songs and character studies. Other cast members: Dan O'Scott (Scottish comedian), The Five Leytons (vocalists and dancers in a charming scene), Two Odols (Dutch Dental Gymnasts) and Wyn and Windle in Bright, Breezy, Brainy Burlesque by Jack Win. It was performed twice nightly, with performances at 6.45 and 8.45, on Monday 9 December and during the week.