Great War Theatre

Performances at this Theatre

DateScriptType
20 Apr 1915 Have a PlungeUnknown
13 Sep 1915 Passing EventsProfessional
10 Jul 1916 JoylandProfessional
23 Oct 1916 JoylandProfessional
13 Aug 1917 London Pride: A Film Without A FlickerProfessional
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Ran for the first three days of the week. One writer has described the play as 'the best war play yet produced'. It is described as 'Admirably constructed, with plenty of humour to relieve the pathos, it holds the interest from start to finish'. Ellis Holland was Cuthbert Tunks and Daisy Dormer was Cherry Walters.
29 Oct 1917 Three CheersProfessional
15 Apr 1918 Airs And GracesProfessional
9 Sep 1918 By Pigeon PostProfessional
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William Home (actor), John McNally (actor), Helen Green (actress), Gladys Spencer (actress), A. Blundell Murray (actor), Garrett Hollick (actor), Herbert Vyvyan (actor), Fred Conyers (actor), Helen Graeme (actress)
4 Oct 1918 The Luck Of The NavyProfessional
4 Dec 1918 The Burgomaster Of StilemondProfessional
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Performed here on 4 and 5 December 1918.
10 Feb 1919 The Luck Of The NavyProfessional
3 Nov 1919 By Pigeon PostProfessional
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'Austin Page's interesting play is one of the best of the secret service dramas which formed part of our theatrical sustenance during the war, and now that the conflict is over, and we are receiving German delegates in conference in London and sending sugar which is badly wanted at home to Germany it is still very good fare, although probably some would like the sugar as well...This excellent play is forcibly acted.' (Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate and Cheriton Herald, 8 November 1919) Baliol Holloway (actor), Florence Helm (actress), Gilbert Heron (actor), Reginald J. Turner (actor), C. Haviland Burke (actor), Herbert Vyvyan (actor), Goodie Willis (actress), Florence Burns (actress), Fred Conyers (actor)
17 Nov 1919 Seven Days LeaveProfessional
16 Jan 1920 The Luck Of The NavyProfessional
4 Feb 1935 The Luck Of The NavyProfessional