Gaiety Theatre, Houghton-Le-Spring
Performances at this Theatre
|18 Sep 1916||The Soldier Priest||Professional|
|26 Mar 1917||The Cottage Girl||Professional|
Miss Eva Elwes' Co. ('The Stage', 29 March 1917)
|25 Aug 1918||Ginger, The Lonely Soldier||Unknown|
|14 Oct 1918||Roll Of Honour||Professional|
|3 Feb 1919||Back From Overseas||Professional|
Venue and opening date 3 February mentioned in advertisements in The Stage, 30 January 1919 and The Era, 5 February 1919. The two-week booking is confirmed by a advertisement in The Stage, 6 February 1919 which gives Wilson Howard's contact details as 'this [week] and next, Gaiety Theatre, Houghton-le-Spring'. ‘Maud Warburton and Wilson Howard’s company are here [Gaiety Theatre, Houghton-le-Spring] in a spy play, Back from Overseas. Maud Warburton in the rôle of Bessie Gray is distinctly good. Wilson Howard gives a typical reading of Private Brown. J. Soden as Carl Meyer meets with well-earned success. Among others who contribute to the success of the performance are T. C. Conlon (Joseph Meyer), Harry Colbeck (Jobbins), Ella Thornton (Bessie Brandon), and Kate Randolph (Mrs. Grey)’. The Stage, 13 February 1919.
|16 Jun 1919||Our Lost Lass||Professional|
|2 May 1921||His Wife’s Good Name||Professional|
|2 Feb 1925||Seven Days Leave||Professional|
Performed by Fred D'Albert's Repertoire Company.