Address: Ilford, UK
Performances at this Theatre
|N/A||The Honeymoon Express||Unknown|
|21 Sep 1914||The Spy [The Spy Peril]||Professional|
|22 Feb 1915||Passing Events||Professional|
|14 Jun 1915||The Man Who Wouldn't||Professional|
‘Harry Day’s revue, Passing Events, is the principal feature in Mr. George E. Well’s bill at the Ilford Hippodrome …Mention should also be made of Leo Stormont’s patriotic playlet, The Man Who Wouldn’t’. The Stage, 17 June 1915.
|31 Jan 1916||The Frenchwoman||Professional|
|6 Mar 1916||Look Out!||Unknown|
|29 May 1916||Excuse me||Unknown|
|5 Mar 1917||Joyland||Professional|
|13 Aug 1917||Flying Colours||Professional|
The Era, 8 August 1917 carried advertisements for shows at the Ilford Hippodrome and the Olympia, Shoreditch in the week commencing 13 August, both including Harry Thurston in Capt. Bruce Bairnsfather’s ‘The Johnson ‘Ole’.
|24 Sep 1917||Three Cheers||Professional|
|4 Mar 1918||The Man Who Stayed At Home||Professional|
‘E. Taylor Platt Co. in “The Man Who Stayed at Home”‘ was advertised in The Era, 27 February 1918, at the Ilford Hippodrome for the week commencing Monday 4 March.
|13 May 1918||Inside the Lines||Professional|
|28 Oct 1918||Three Cheers||Professional|
|25 Nov 1918||Three Cheers||Professional|
|16 Dec 1918||Ocean Waves||Professional|
|23 Dec 1918||Married on Leave||Professional|
This performance (theatre and start date) is included in a list of forthcoming performances of “Married on Leave” in The Stage of Thursday 1 August 1918. The Stage of Friday 27 December 1918 carried an advertisement for ‘Lew Lake’s Married on Leave by Dorothy Mullord’ which could be seen that week at the Hippodrome, Ilford.
|12 May 1919||Jolly Times||Professional|
The Stage, 8 May 1919, listed Jolly Times as On Tour from 12 May at the Hip., Ilford; and listed Harry Goodson’s Jolly Times, Rene Ralph and the Rae Duo in Calls for Next Week at the Ilford Hippodrome.
|16 Jun 1919||For England, Home and Beauty or Comrades in Arms||Professional|
The Stage, 12 June 1919 listed under ‘calls for next week’ Andrew Melville’s “For England, Home and Beauty” at the Ilford Hippodrome.
|28 Oct 1929||Seven Days Leave||Professional|