Great War Theatre

Address: Falkirk, UK

Performances at this Theatre

DateScriptType
26 Mar 1917 Mother’s Sailor BoyProfessional
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Performers: Dot Stephens Company Other acts on bill: Shall They Marry
24 Dec 1917 The Forty ThievesUnknown
7 Jan 1918 His Mother's RosaryProfessional
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'The power to appeal to the emotions, to hold the interest and to entertain is possessed in full measure' (Falkirk Herald, 5 January 1918)
25 Feb 1918 The Cottage GirlProfessional
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Elwes played the part of Ada Stack, the outcast, and Mr L.E. Eykyn played the part of the squire. "There was a large audience at the first performance of the week, and the company then showed considerable talent within the scope of a play like 'The Cottage Girl', in which emotions and characteristics are painted with a broad brush." (Falkirk Herald, 27 February 1918)
27 Oct 1919 Seven Days LeaveProfessional
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Performed for the week.
10 Nov 1919 General PostProfessional
24 Nov 1919 The Luck Of The NavyProfessional
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Presented for the week
16 Feb 1920 The Freedom of the SeasProfessional
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Presented by Robert Brasher. "A capital production in every respect. It is full of breezy vigour and fun, and is attracting wonderfully good houses. ...well-written and intelligently conceived plot, with plenty of fun...especially as it is produced so admirably by such a thoroughly capable company." (Falkirk Herald, 18 February 1920)
14 Mar 1923 The Burgomaster Of StilemondProfessional
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Performed for one matinee whilst the company were appearing at the Theatre Royal, Glasgow.