Address: Leeds, UK
Performances at this Theatre
|6 Mar 1916||Too Late||Professional|
It is not long since 'War Mates' the fierce little play against strikes in war-time, was here, and 'Too Late' which has been seen at the Leeds Empire this week, so much suggests a companion sermon that it was interesting to learn that its author had never seen 'War Mates' when he wrote it. ...Remembering what I was told about occasional protests from pit or gallery against the uncompromising propaganda of 'War Mates', I asked whether the 'Too Late' company had had any similar experience. They haven't but they remembered 'hear-hears' by female voices which went to show how much truth there was in the sketch-portrait of the working wife who, in some poor households, supplies all the foresight and does all the saving that ever is done, and does in secret and in fear' (Yorkshire Evening Post, 11 March 1916)
|30 Apr 1917||Three Cheers||Professional|
|1 Jul 1918||Three Cheers||Professional|
|26 Aug 1918||The Woman of Louvain||Professional|
Performed by: Mary Mayfren Reviews: "a powerful sketch"