Address: Potters Lane off New Town Row, Birmingham, West Midlands, England
Performances at this Theatre
|15 Feb 1915||Your What?||Unknown|
|9 Aug 1915||Midnight||Unknown|
|23 Aug 1915||Keep It Dark||Unknown|
|18 Oct 1915||The Frenchwoman||Professional|
|28 Feb 1916||For Those In Peril||Professional|
Performed by Miss Beaumont Collins.
|24 Jul 1916||Dusky Revels||Unknown|
|20 Feb 1917||Wullie||Professional|
The piece was top of the bill and others on the same bill included: Marcelle & Partner, Tom Burton, The Rubes, The Martinettes, Sophie Forrest, Two Vestas, Special War Films On The Hipposcope; Harry Cribben in 'Come Aboard, Sir'.
|10 Sep 1917||The Frenchwoman||Professional|
|24 Sep 1917||Jack Ashore by The Jutland Boys||Other|
|26 Dec 1917||In the Trenches||Professional|
Performed likely from 26 to 29 December by Harry Buss who is 'excruciatingly funny, and he has capable support from his company, all of whom are either discharged soldiers or too old for the Army' (Birmingham Mail, 27 December 1917)
|26 Aug 1918||The New Slavery||Unknown|
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