Performances at this Theatre
|N/A||Peg for Short or The Long Arm of Coincidence||Unknown|
|7 Jun 1915||Lovely Lady||Unknown|
|8 Nov 1915||The Girl Question||Unknown|
|29 Nov 1915||Mother's Brother||Unknown|
|24 Apr 1916||Money For Nothing||Professional|
Performed from 24 to 29 April 1916.
|1 May 1916||The Week End Girl||Unknown|
|5 Jun 1916||Some Treasure||Unknown|
|31 Aug 1916||A Kiss For Cinderella||Professional|
The Thanet Advertiser, Saturday 26 August 1916, advertised A Kiss for Cinderella at the Margate Hippodrome on Thursday-Saturday in the following week, with a matinee on Wednesday.
|9 Jul 1917||The Man Who Stayed At Home||Professional|
The Stage, 5 and 12 July 1917, listed The Man Who Stayed at Home (Red Co.) as On Tour from 9 July at the Hippo., Margate. The Thanet Advertiser, 7 July 1917, advertised The Man Who Stayed at Home at the Margate Hippodrome for Monday 9 July and during the week.
|18 Mar 1918||The Cinema Girl||Unknown|
|20 May 1918||Khaki and Blue||Unknown|
|20 May 1918||Khaki and Blue||Professional|
‘Monday May 20, and during the week, The Vaudeville Enterprising Company Ltd., present their revue - Khaki and Blue’. Thanet Advertiser, 8 May 1918. Advertisement: ‘A new magnificent naval revue entitled Khaki and Blue written and produced by Charles Baldwin. Comedy. Drama. Music. Triumphant success. Laughter. Cheers. Laughter. In 9 gorgeous scenes. Success. Success. Success. All star caste [sic] of 35 people, including Nat Lewis as Jim Roberts. The success of his life. Rosalie Jacobie, Fred Ives, Fred Terris, George Belmon, etc. Wonderful music specially composed by Lawrence Wright. Lyrics by Alfred Parker. Scenery by Bull. This week, Hip., Margate. Next, Grand, Blackpool’. The Era, 22 May 1918. Also The Stage, 23 May 1918.
|22 Jul 1918||Oh! Boy!||Unknown|
|7 Oct 1918||After The Ball||Unknown|
|4 Oct 1920||The Freedom of the Seas||Professional|
By arrangement with Thos. C. Dagnall, Louis Victor presented the play for one week. Cast included: Louis Victor (actor), Vincent Holman (actor), Fred Emery (actor), Guy Buckland (actor), Joseph R. Tate (actor), W. Burgess Barratt (actor), Henry Scatchard (actor - in his original part), Arthur Carlyle (actor), Muriel Kelly (actress), Patricia Selbourne (actress)
|27 Oct 1924||Seven Days Leave||Professional|
Performed for the week by Denville's Stock company.
|22 Feb 1926||The Luck Of The Navy||Professional|