Great War Theatre

Address: Wolverhampton, UK

Performances at this Theatre

Date Script Type
11 Oct 1915 The Man Who Stayed At Home Professional
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The Stage, 7 October 1915, listed The Man Who Stayed at Home (Taylor Platt) as On Tour from 11 October at the Grand, Wolverhampton.
30 Oct 1916 The Bing Boys Are Here Professional
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‘Mr. George Dance presents “The Bing Boys are Here,” with Dan Agar, Walter Westwood, and Mabel Twemlow in the cast’ at the Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton. The Era, 1 November 1916.
6 Nov 1916 Somebody Knows - Somebody Cares Professional
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The Era, 8 November 1916, noted that Mrs Frank Bateman’s company was appearing in Somebody Knows, Somebody Cares that week at the Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton.
4 Dec 1916 The Man Who Stayed At Home Professional
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The Era, 29 November and 6 December 1916, listed The Man Who Stayed at Home (Blue) as On The Road from 4 December at the Grand, Wolverhampton.
1 Oct 1917 Cash On Delivery Unknown
13 May 1918 Peace Time Prophecies or Stories Gone Wrong Professional
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‘“Bubbly” is a change from the customary fare here [the Grand, Wolverhampton] and delighted a good house on Monday. There is abundant humour, Edmund Russell contributing largely to this, and he is excellently assisted by Cedric Percival. Ivy Tresmand is a charming principal lady. The burlesques, songs and dances are numerous. Bobbie Rutland, Claude Ryder, Ernest Seebold, William Douglas, Raymond Bayfield, Doris Barrington, Gaby Condor, Edith Payne, and Violet Valerie are all prominent’. The Stage, 16 May 1918.
14 Oct 1918 For Sweethearts and Wives Professional
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The Era, 16 October 1918, listed For Sweethearts and Wives as On The Road from 14 October at the New, Wolverhampton. Similarly The Stage, 17 October 1918, but naming the G., Wolverhampton.
15 Sep 1919 The Amorist Professional
15 Oct 1928 The Love Child Professional
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‘The Kimberley Fortescue repertory company are now in their fifth week’s stay here [the Grand, Wolverhampton], and continue to be successful. “The Black Sheep of the Family” was presented on Monday, and for to-night (Thursday) “Neither Wife Nor Maid” is billed’. The Stage, 18 October 1928.