Great War Theatre

Address: Putney, London SW15 6AA, UK

Performances at this Theatre

DateScriptType
N/A Long LizUnknown
19 Apr 1915 In the Hands of the Hun [In the Hands of the Huns]Professional
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Presented by Lew Lake. Advertisement in The Stage (15 April 1915) pronounced it 'A Performance without Flaw or Blemish'
9 Aug 1915 Mad Dog. New Pantomimical Patriotic SketchProfessional
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Performed by the Six Brothers Luck company.
24 Jul 1916 The SpoofersUnknown
11 Sep 1916 CoppernobProfessional
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The cast were: Henry Oscar (Jack), Ernest Burton (Doctor), Rosamond Croudace (Nurse) and Violet Barnett (Coppernob).
18 Dec 1916 A School OutingUnknown
21 May 1917 Saved By WirelessProfessional
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Performed by Gilbert Heron and company.
23 Jul 1917 ReprisalsUnknown
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Performed this week by a cast including Arthur Page, Shirley Stuart, Little La Coupe, Ethel Percival, Daisy Snow, and Charles Derwent. 'It has always been something of an open question as to whether the stage, variety or dramatic, should be used as a channel for public 'complaints'. Recently we had the problem of profiteering before us in sketch form, and this week the more important question of reprisals has to be faced. Mr Horace hunter [...] has a good axe to grind, and he tells a homely and, at the same time, straightforward story.' (Stage, 26 July 1917)
28 Jan 1918 A Delicate MissionUnknown
26 Aug 1918 For England, Home and Beauty or Comrades in ArmsProfessional
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Advertised in The Era, 28 August 1918 (performances at 6.15 and 8.30).
30 Dec 1918 Married on LeaveProfessional
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This performance (theatre and start date) is included in a list of forthcoming performances of “Married on Leave” in The Stage of Thursday 1 August 1918. The Era of Wednesday 25 December 1918 carried an advertisement for Dorothy Mullord & Co. in “Married on Leave” at the Putney Hippodrome at 6.15pm and 8.30pm with no mention of a matinée. The Stage of Friday 27 December 1918 carried an advertisement for ‘Lew Lake’s Married on Leave by Dorothy Mullord’ which could be seen the following week at the Hippodrome, Putney.
27 Jan 1919 Jolly TimesProfessional
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The Stage, 30 January 1919, listed Jolly Times as On Tour from 27 January at the H., Putney.