Theatre Royal, Chatham
Performances at this Theatre
|22 Feb 1915||The Glorious Day||Professional|
|21 Jun 1915||Mary from Tipperary||Unknown|
|28 Jun 1915||Mary from Tipperary||Professional|
First staged on 28 June, and intended for subsequent tour.
|9 Aug 1915||In the Hands of the Hun [In the Hands of the Huns]||Professional|
Takings for this weeks' performances totaled £337 with the highest taking on Saturday, followed by Wednesday (The Stage, 19 August 1915)
|11 Dec 1916||Should a Woman Forgive?||Professional|
Performed by Will Casey and company.
|18 Dec 1916||The Soldier Priest||Professional|
|5 Feb 1917||The Robbery of the Lyons Mail [adapted from the French 'Le Courier de Lyons'||Unknown|
|2 Apr 1917||The Spirit of the Empire||Professional|
Performed for one week.
|16 Jul 1917||His Wife's Husband||Unknown|
|12 Nov 1917||The Girl from Circus||Professional|
|26 Aug 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.
|30 Sep 1918||The Girl from Circus||Professional|
|1 Sep 1919||The Girl from Circus||Professional|
|15 Dec 1919||The Freedom of the Seas||Professional|
Robert Brasher's company performed for the week.