Performances at this Theatre
|N/A||A Second Spring||Unknown|
|N/A||The Lost Legacy||Unknown|
|N/A||The Corner Shop||Unknown|
|N/A||The K. C.||Unknown|
|1 Nov 1917||The Foundations||Professional|
'Mr Galsworthy's queer little comedy "The Foundations" has not gripped the theatre-goers of Liverpool. Last night's audience at the Playhouse was by no means a large one, but it made amends for its lack of numbers by its eager interest in the playwright's creation and its generous appreciation of the acting. Truth to tell, it is the acting, and especially that of Mr. George Dewhurst as the revolutionary plumber, that makes bearable a stage presentation of a comedy which is much less a genuinely-constructed comedy than a whimsical piece of leg-pulling, in which democracy, aristocracy, and theatre patrons are alike the victims. Of burlesque and cynicism there is plenty, but as a coherent stage story, or as a study of social conditions after the war, even in the form of comedy, "The Foundations" is disappointing.' Liverpool Daily Post, 6 November 1917.
|22 Dec 1917||What the Dickens||Unknown|
|15 Aug 1918||Wrong Conclusions||Unknown|
|1 Sep 1918||Fancy Dress||Unknown|
|1 Sep 1918||After The War||Unknown|
|3 Oct 1918||Robin's Father||Unknown|
|25 Nov 1918||The Call of the Road||Unknown|
|4 Mar 1920||The End of the World||Professional|
The Liverpool Echo, 1 March 1920, advertised at the Playhouse four ‘special matinees’ at 4pm on Thursday 4 and 11 March and Tuesday 9 and 16 March of ''The End of the World' and 'The Staircase' by Lascelles Abercrombie.