Repertory Theatre, Plymouth
Address: Plymouth, UK
Performances at this Theatre
|11 Oct 1916||His Heritage||Unknown|
|4 Apr 1921||The Freedom of the Seas||Professional|
Performed by Louis Victor by arrangement with Thomas C. Dagnall for the week: Louis Victor, Nancy Warner, Fred Elvin, Ryeland Leigh, Muriel Kelly, Fred Emery.
|1 Sep 1924||The Man Who Stayed At Home||Professional|
|23 Dec 1929||A Kiss For Cinderella||Professional|
‘This year in Plymouth … at the Repertory Theatre Barrie’s “A Kiss for Cinderella” will run for two weeks’. Western Morning News, 30 November 1929. The Western Morning News, Tuesday 24 and 31 December 1929, published reviews of the production.
|9 Jun 1930||General Post||Professional|
|7 Sep 1931||A Kiss For Cinderella||Professional|
‘Encouraged by previous success the Repertory Players are reproducing Sir J. M. Barrie’s charming play “A Kiss for Cinderella,” and the patronage accorded it last night is an indication that large and appreciative audiences will be the order for the remainder of the week’. Western Morning News, 8 September 1931.
|20 Mar 1933||The Freedom of the Seas||Professional|
Performed from 20-25 March 1933 by Noel Morris (actor), A. Davenport Adams (actor), Hilary Meadows (actress), Olga Birkbeck (actress), John Durant (actor), Bernard Copping (actor), Roy Reynor (actor), Arthur Hewlett (actor), Ernest Pollard (actor), Cecil Bagnall (actor).