Theatre Royal, Bradford
Address: Bradford, UK
Performances at this Theatre
|24 May 1915||The Man Who Stayed At Home||Professional|
The Stage, 20 and 27 May 1915, listed The Man Who Stayed at Home as On Tour from 24 May at the Royal, Bradford. This must be the Vedrenne and Eadie company as Taylor Platt’s company was at the Opera House, Buxton this week.
|2 Aug 1915||Searchlights||Professional|
The Stage, 29 July and 5 August 1915, listed Searchlights as On Tour from 2 August at the Royal, Bradford.
|16 Aug 1915||The Day Before The Day||Professional|
'At the Theatre Royal [Braford] this week “The before the Day” is being presented by Miss Cecile Barclay and Mr. Rupert Lister’ (Leeds Mercury, 17 August 1915).
|18 Oct 1915||The Man Who Stayed At Home||Professional|
The Stage, 21 October 1915, listed The Man Who Stayed at Home (Vedrenne and Eadie) as On Tour from 18 October at the Royal, Bradford.
|15 Nov 1915||Armageddon||Professional|
As at other venues, performed one select nights this week as part of the repertory.
|23 Oct 1916||Mrs Pomeroy's Reputation||Unknown|
|29 Jan 1917||The Bing Boys Are Here||Professional|
Gus Oxley advertised himself as playing Lucifer Bing in “The Bing Boys” that week at the Theatre Royal, Bradford followed by the King’s Theatre, Glasgow. The Era, 31 January 1917.
|23 Jul 1917||Searchlights||Professional|
‘At the [Bradford] Theatre Royal, “Searchlights,” by Horace Annesley Vachell, is being presented. This play had a record run [sic!] at the Savoy Theatre, London, where it was played by H. B. Irving and company’ (Leeds Mercury, 24 July 1917).
|25 Feb 1918||Peace Time Prophecies or Stories Gone Wrong||Professional|
‘Andre Charlot’s revue “Bubbly” is the attraction here [the Royal, Bradford] this week. It sparkles with bright and amusing features to the great delight of an appreciative audience. Edmund Russell is the chief comedian, and he is excellently supported by Cedric Percival. Ivy Tresmand is a charming principal lady. Doris Barrington and Bobbie Rutland are exceedingly clever in the numerous burlesques. Ernest Seebold is a pleasing vocalist, and Claude Ryder dances smartly’. The Stage, 28 February 1918.
|10 Apr 1918||Camouflage||Unknown|
|27 May 1918||The Legion Of Honour||Unknown|
|23 Dec 1918||Cinderella||Unknown|
|28 Apr 1919||Seven Days Leave||Professional|
Performed by the company including Hilliard Vox, Millicent Hallatt, Lettie Paxton, and Mary Lewin Mannering.
|26 May 1919||The Amorist||Professional|
|9 Jun 1919||The Luck Of The Navy||Professional|