Grand Palace, Clapham Junction, London
Performances at this Theatre
|14 May 1915||The Patriot||Unknown|
|5 Feb 1917||Joyland||Professional|
|4 Jun 1917||Flying Colours||Professional|
The Era, 30 May 1917 carried advertisements for the show at the Lewisham Hippodrome and the Grand Palace, Clapham Junction in the week commencing 4 June, both including Harry Thurston in Capt. Bruce Bairnsfather’s ‘The Johnson ‘Ole’.
|13 May 1918||The Man Who Stayed At Home||Professional|
‘Mr. E. Taylor Platt’s excellent company, which for two years has been touring the Royalty Theatre success, “The Man Who Stayed At Home,” received a hearty welcome here [the Grand, Clapham Junction] on Monday evening. Mr Leslie Nielsen Clare gives a finished piece of acting in Mr. Dennis Eadie’s part of the nonchalant, but smart and cute, Kit Brent. Miss Peggy O’Hara is a charming Molly Preston, while the part of Mr. Preston is played with care by Mr. Edward J. Pearce. The crafty Admiralty official and German spy finds a clever exponent in Mr. Harry C. Robinson. Miss Frances Waring gives a telling impersonation of the Fraulein Schroder (sic – Schroeder). Other parts are all admirably enacted, and the play, which met with an enthusiastic reception, was finely staged’. The Era, 15 May 1918.
|4 Nov 1918||Three Cheers||Professional|
|9 Dec 1918||For England, Home and Beauty or Comrades in Arms||Professional|
Advertised in The Era, 11 December 1918 (performances at 6.15 and 8.30).
|16 Dec 1918||A German Shell||Professional|
Performed twice nightly