Great War Theatre

Performances at this Theatre

DateScriptType
11 Oct 1915 There Was A King In FlandersProfessional
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Performed alongside variety acts: Josie Delaine, Victoria Monks, Zellini, Brothers Egbert, Jack Smiles,John Donald, Belle Davis and company, Billy Hobbs
15 Nov 1915 In The BloodProfessional
13 Dec 1915 All NonsenseUnknown
3 Jan 1916 Parker's WeddingUnknown
27 Mar 1916 Stop PressUnknown
23 Apr 1917 Jack Ashore by The Jutland BoysOther
15 Oct 1917 Parker’s AppealUnknown
25 Feb 1918 FablesUnknown
28 Feb 1918 FablesProfessional
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This was the first performance of the work. It was performed by Betty Kitts (actress), Madge (dancer) and 'made a big hit' (Stage, 28 February 1918)
1 Apr 1918 True ValuesProfessional
13 May 1918 Nell's LuckProfessional
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The Stage, 16 May 1918, advertised ‘Managers and Agents, See Mary Neil in her latest comedy study “Nell’s Luck.” “Is a brief, almost too brief, little play, acted with true humour by Miss Mary Neil.” – Vide Referee. “An amusing little piece followed with intense interest, punctuated with hearty laughter and applause.” – Stage. This, Surrey (7.30 and 9.30); next, Collins’.
23 Aug 1920 The Freedom of the SeasProfessional
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Performed for the week by Louis Victor (actor), Patricia Selbourne (actress), Muriel Kelly (actress), Fred Emery (actor), Henry Scatchard (actor), Vincent Holman (actor), Guy Buckland (actor), Joseph R. Tate (actor), Mr Burgess-Barrett (actor), Harry Jackson (actor), Arthur Carlyle (actor), James Digby (actor), David Webster (actor), Wilson Blake (producer), W. Burgess-Barrett (stage manager). "By arrangement with Mr. Thomas C. Dagnall, Mr. Louis Victor made a successful start with Walter Hackett's wireless war piece, ..."The Freedom of the Seas", frankly farcical though much of it is, retains its thrillng effect in all the submarine and sea-plane and wireless business in the exciting last act, in which, Mr. Victor, in his capital and much-applauded performance, contrasts the meta-morphosed Smith as far as possible with the cringing creature of the first act." (Stage 26 August 1920)
23 Aug 1920 The Freedom of the SeasProfessional
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Performed for the week by Louis Victor (actor), Patricia Selbourne (actress), Muriel Kelly (actress), Fred Emery (actor), Henry Scatchard (actor), Vincent Holman (actor), Guy Buckland (actor), Joseph R. Tate (actor), Mr Burgess-Barrett (actor), Harry Jackson (actor), Arthur Carlyle (actor), James Digby (actor), David Webster (actor), Wilson Blake (producer), W. Burgess-Barrett (stage manager). "By arrangement with Mr. Thomas C. Dagnall, Mr. Louis Victor made a successful start with Walter Hackett's wireless war piece, ..."The Freedom of the Seas", frankly farcical though much of it is, retains its thrillng effect in all the submarine and sea-plane and wireless business in the exciting last act, in which, Mr. Victor, in his capital and much-applauded performance, contrasts the meta-morphosed Smith as far as possible with the cringing creature of the first act." (Stage 26 August 1920)