Albert Hall, Sheffield
Address: Barker’s Pool (corner of Burgess Street), Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England
Performances at this Theatre
|25 Nov 1916||Britannia’s Revue||Amateur|
This performance was given for the benefit of the munitions worker. It was given by the Eva Rich's Ladies Choir, with dances by Misses Calladine, and songs by Miss Elsie Hadfield. Mr W. S. Jackson was the stage manager. The Sheffield Daily Telegraph noted on 26 November 1916 that 'Several fresh features have been added, and Miss Davidson's clever play has lost none of its charm but has rather gained in interest by the addition of new Allies who have joined Britain and France since it was last produced. Foremost among them at the present moment is Rumania [...] Montenegro, Italy and Portugal are also fresh subjects.'
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