Metropole Theatre, Glasgow
Address: Glasgow, UK
Performances at this Theatre
|5 Apr 1915||His Mother's Rosary||Professional|
Will Glaze's Company often performed in two different places on the same nights. 'Received last evening with unbounded enthusiasm' (Daily Record, 6 April 1915)
|13 Mar 1916||Joy - Sister of Mercy||Professional|
|24 Apr 1916||His Mother's Rosary||Professional|
|14 Aug 1916||Should a Woman Forgive?||Professional|
|2 Oct 1916||The Amazing Marriage||Professional|
Performed for the week.
|27 Nov 1916||The Sunshine of Paradise Alley||Professional|
|12 Mar 1917||Should a Woman Forgive?||Professional|
Performed by Will Casey and company.
|6 Aug 1917||His Mother's Rosary||Professional|
|5 Nov 1917||The Light that Leads Me Home||Professional|
Performed by Frank Bateman and company.
|5 Aug 1918||His Mother's Rosary||Professional|
Will Glaze's Company
|30 Sep 1918||Back to the Wife and Home [Home from the Trenches]||Professional|
‘Splendid Holiday Attraction. Mr. Will H. Glaze Presents the Great Moral Lesson Play, entitled “Home From The trenches”. By Arthur Jefferson. A Play dealing with the present-day Social Problem, exposing, frankly and fearlessly, the social dangers besetting innocent girls and young married women, which everyone interested, both in their own welfare and the moral teaching and guidance of our future motherhood, should see’. Daily Record, 30 September 1918. ‘Mr. Arthur Jefferson’s play, “Home from the Trenches,” which occupies the stage at the Metropole, deals frankly with the Social Problem in a telling and yet delicate manner. The story is one of great interest and power, and presents a great moral lesson for all. Mr. Will H. Glaze’s company has been admirably chosen, all interpreting their parts with talent and discrimination’. Daily Record, 1 October 1918. Several managers thanked for (re)booking the play, including at the Met. Glasgow ‘where last visit we played to well over £600’. The Stage, 16 January 1919.
|15 Mar 1920||Called Up||Professional|
The Stage, Thursday 25 March 1920 has an advertisement for the Metropole, Glasgow, ‘Coming Home, E. Vivian Edmonds, registered this season’s record Saturday, following an excellent five nights. Congratulations. Last week, well over £400’.
|24 Jan 1921||Called Up||Professional|
Performed by Vivian Edmonds' company in the first of a two-week period at the theatre.
|20 Mar 1933||Seven Days Leave||Professional|