Grand Opera House, Middlesbrough
Address: Middlesbrough, UK
Performances at this Theatre
|15 Feb 1915||Memories||Unknown|
|3 Sep 1915||Armageddon||Professional||
Performed on the Friday and Saturday within a week's residance of plays which also included 'Hamlet', 'The Only Way', and 'The Breed of the Treshams'
|6 Sep 1915||The Man Who Stayed At Home||Professional||
‘A drama of absorbing interest, and one that play-goers of Middlesbrough will be ill-advised to miss, comes to the Opera House next week. It is “The Man Who Stayed at Home,” and deals with the trials of a young man who, although he cannot give reasons to his sweetheart for failing to enlist, doing his country the greatest service in working to break up a German spy organisation. There is a strong caste for Mr E. Taylor Platt’s production’ (Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough, 4 September 1915). Noted in The Stage, 9 September 1915, which listed the cast.
|13 Dec 1915||La Revue Tricolore||Professional||
‘Patrons this week are afforded a unique opportunity of witnessing a genuine French revue. “Le Moulin Rouge” is quite typical of the revue as it is known in France. It is played by French artistes, and it has the distinctive Parisian savour. The music, the dancing, and the dresses are all delightful, humour is not lacking, whilst Frank Attree and Jaques Lerner are on the stage, and the little scene “In the Trenches” played by men actually wounded in the present war is most effective’. Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough, 14 December 1915.
|12 Mar 1917||The Bing Boys Are Here||Professional|
|23 Sep 1918||Inside the Lines||Professional|
|14 Oct 1918||Peace Time Prophecies or Stories Gone Wrong||Professional||
The Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough, Tuesday 8 October 1918, advertised ‘The Famous Musical Sensation’ Bubbly at the Grand Opera House, Middlesbrough, on ‘Monday next’. The Stage, 10 October 1918, listed Bubbly as On Tour from 14 October at the O.H., Middlesbrough; also The Era, 16 October 1918.
|26 Jan 1920||Peace Time Prophecies or Stories Gone Wrong||Professional||
The Stage, 22 and 29 January 1920, listed Bubbly as On Tour from 26 January at the O.H., Middlesbrough. Similarly The Era, 28 January 1920.