Opera House, Harrogate
Address: Harrogate, UK
Performances at this Theatre
|20 May 1915||The Man Who Stayed At Home||Professional|
The Stage, 20 May 1915, listed The Man Who Stayed at Home as On Tour from 20 May at the O.H., Harrogate (3 days). This must be the Vedrenne and Eadie company as Taylor Platt’s company was at the Winter Gardens, New Brighton this week.
|6 Mar 1916||Mary from Tipperary||Professional|
|13 Jan 1917||Between Twelve and Three||Unknown|
|29 Mar 1917||The Man Who Stayed At Home||Professional|
The Era, 21 and 28 March 1917, listed The Man Who Stayed at Home (Red) as On The Road from 26 March at the O.H., Scarborough (3 days) and the O.H., Harrogate (3 days).
|21 Apr 1917||The Ballet Of Time||Unknown|
|17 Sep 1917||A Kiss For Cinderella||Professional|
The Harrogate Herald, 12 September 1917, advertised Miss Emma Hutchison and Mr Percy Hutchison’s company in A Kiss for Cinderella (‘The great success from Wyndham’s and the Kingsway theatres’) at the Opera House, Harrogate from Monday 17 September for six nights and two matinees.
|17 Dec 1917||Peace Time Prophecies or Stories Gone Wrong||Professional|
The Harrogate Herald, Wednesday 12 December 1917, advertised at the Grand Opera House, Harrogate, on Monday 12 December for six nights and a Saturday matinee the ‘Important Visit of Andre Charlot’s Great West-End Revue Bubbly! A Musical Entertainment, in 2 Acts, Direct from the Comedy Theatre, W. The Success of the London Season … The Revue with a Reputation’. The Harrogate Herald, Wednesday 19 December 1917, advertised at ‘The Kursaal, Friday next, at 3 and 8, two concerts in aid of Xmas Dinners for Wounded Soldiers’, the afternoon programme to include ‘a tit-bit or two from “Bubbly”’.
|11 Jul 1918||The Man Who Stayed At Home||Professional|
E. Taylor Platt advertised in The Era, 29 May 1917, for a theatre for The Man Who Stayed at Home for the week beginning 15 July to follow Harrogate. Previous visits to Harrogate had been to the Opera House.
|14 Apr 1919||The Title||Professional|
The Stage, 10 and 17 April 1919, lists The Title as On Tour from 14 April at the O.H., Harrogate.
|27 Nov 1919||Nurse Benson||Professional|
The Yorkshire Evening Post, 22 November 1919, listed Nurse Benson as being performed at the Opera House, Harrogate, on Thursday to Saturday of the following week.