Theatre Royal, Newcastle
Address: Grey Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne & Wear, NE1 6BR, England
Performances at this Theatre
|16 Sep 1915||Armageddon||Professional|
|12 Mar 1917||The Bing Boys Are Here||Professional|
'“The Bing Boys are Here!” facetious and clever individuals made their debut at the Theatre Royal in the presence of audience the size of which was only limited by the inelasticity of the walls of the building. Hilarity was the keynote of the entertainment. It can scarcely be claimed that “seeing the sights of London” is an original idea from the dramatist’s point of view, but then the Bing Boys see them with such originality and resource that the plot has many novelties and some surprises. It a jolly, irresponsible, and animated show ... It will be surprising if the Royal has a vacant seat during the remainder of the week’. Newcastle Journal, 13 March 1917.
|11 Mar 1918||The Invisible Foe||Professional|
Presented by Robert Courtneidge, and performed for the week by a cast including Julian Royce (actor) and Queenie Gwynne (actress).
|21 Mar 1918||The Test||Unknown|
|19 Aug 1918||Quits||Unknown|
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