Metropole Theatre, Manchester
Address: Manchester, UK
Performances at this Theatre
|4 Jan 1915||Joy - Sister of Mercy||Professional|
|22 Feb 1915||His Mother's Rosary||Unknown|
|29 Mar 1915||Listing For A Sojer||Professional|
|9 Aug 1915||The Little Grey Home In The West||Professional|
|25 Oct 1915||In the Hands of the Hun [In the Hands of the Huns]||Professional|
Performed under the name 'The Princess and the Soldier'
|3 Jun 1918||Khaki and Blue||Professional|
Listed as ‘Reilly and Bertrand’s Khaki and Blue’ in ‘calls for next week’ in The Stage, 30 May 1918. [N.B. the Manchester Evening News, 4 June 1918 noted that Messrs Robert Reilly and Bertrand were presenting “Look Pleasant” at the Hulme Hippodrome.] Advertisement: ‘Metropole Theatre. The G. P. Vaudeville Enterprises, Ltd., present a new and original comedy dramatic review entitled Khaki and Blue’. Manchester Evening News, 4 June 1918. ‘There is another good programme at the Metropole, where the farce, “Khaki and Blue,” provides excellent fare’. Manchester Evening News, 4 June 1918.
|7 Jun 1923||Seven Days Leave||Professional|
|1 Jun 1925||Seven Days Leave||Professional|
Performed by the Broadhead Players