Performances at this Theatre
|N/A||The Magic Goose||Unknown|
|N/A||Where Fairies Reign||Unknown|
|5 Jul 1915||Moving In||Unknown|
|13 Dec 1916||The Knight in Silver Armour||Unknown|
|22 Dec 1916||The Real Aladdin||Unknown|
|9 Jul 1917||Missing the Tide||Unknown|
|1 Oct 1917||A Kiss For Cinderella||Professional|
The Stage, 27 September 1917, listed A Kiss for Cinderella as On Tour at the Grand, Blackpool from 1 October.
|8 Oct 1917||Inside the Lines||Professional|
|4 Mar 1918||Peace Time Prophecies or Stories Gone Wrong||Professional|
The Era, 27 February and 4 March 1918, listed Bubbly as On The Road from 4 March at the G., Blackpool.
|27 May 1918||Khaki and Blue||Professional|
Mentioned in an advertisement in The Era, 22 May 1918. ‘A new revue, with the engaging title “Khaki and Blue”, is the attractive fare [at the Grand, Blackpool], the company being headed by Nat Lewis, Paul Daly, Rosalie Jacobs, Violet Fields, Rosie Hart, &c., &c.’. The Era, 29 May 1918.
|8 Jul 1918||Hotch Potch||Professional|
Performers: Fred Kitchen, Nora Delany
|22 Jul 1918||Inside the Lines||Professional|
|2 Dec 1918||Toby||Unknown|
|17 Mar 1919||Peace Time Prophecies or Stories Gone Wrong||Professional|
‘That exhilarating musical piece, “Bubbly,” returned to [the Grand] Blackpool this week, and has again found favour with large audience’ (The Era, 19 March 1919). ‘That successful musical entertainment “Bubbly” is paying another return visit [at the Grand, Blackpool]. It is presented by Ralph Haslam, by arrangement with Andre Charlot. Ivy Tresmand again scores an enormous success, and Ernest Seebold is a talented and versatile artist. Edmund Russell is mirth-provider in chief, and Kathlene Martyn is another notable artist. Florence Bayfield is a wonderful child dancer, and Edith Payne is a distinct success in her role. Others who minister to the enjoyment of audiences are Jessica Bevan, Biba Delabere, W. Ashley-Sinclair, R. Barrett-Lennard, and James Robin. The chorus and augmented orchestra are under the able direction of Frank Leslie Tolhurst’ (The Stage, 20 March 1919).
|20 Oct 1919||Tails Up||Professional|
At the Grand, Blackpool, ‘Frederick G. Lloyd presents the successful musical extravaganza, “Tails Up.” Hilda Simpson is vivacious; her dances are a feature of the performance. Another clever artist is Ellaline Thorne. Edwin Adeler is a clever mirth-provoker, and is given plenty of scope for burlesque; while an excellent light comedian is Jack Leopold, who sings several good songs. Bert Monks is a versatile comedian. Others are Kitty Yorke, Marie Brian, Essie Brett, Leslie Ward, Phil Golding, Will Hixon [sic – Nixon] and Arthur Laurie’ (The Stage, 23 October 1919).
|24 Nov 1919||The Freedom of the Seas||Professional|
Performed for the week by Thos. C. Dagnall's company including: J. Lawrence Anderson (actor), Evelyn Ormonde (actress)
|5 Jan 1920||The Luck Of The Navy||Professional|
|23 Feb 1920||Peace Time Prophecies or Stories Gone Wrong||Professional|
The Era, 18 February 1920, listed Bubbly as On The Road from 23 February at the G., Blackpool.
|21 Jun 1920||Seven Days Leave||Professional|
|7 Jul 1930||The Luck Of The Navy||Professional|