Shodfriar's Theatre, Boston, Lincolnshire
Performances at this Theatre
|28 Aug 1919||The Freedom of the Seas||Professional|
Organised by Thos. C. Dagnall and presented by Robert Brasher. Performed for the week by: Robert Brasher (actor), Olivia Glynn (actress). "This company is personally recommended by Arthur Goldstein as a real No. 1 show" (Boston Guardian, 23 August 1919)
|19 Jan 1920||General Post||Professional|
|11 Mar 1920||Tails Up||Professional|
The Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian, Saturday 6 March 1920, carried an advertisement for the Shodfriars’ Theatre, Boston, on Thursday-Saturday, 11-13 March 1920, ‘Secured at terrific expense, and one of our star shows of the year, Frederick G. Lloyd presents, by arrangement with Andre Charlot, the highly successful Musical Extravaganza, Tails Up, in 2 acts. Direct from the Comedy and Prince of Theatres London, where it ran for over 500 nights. Caste includes - Philip Vallentine, Lionel Halfpenny, Albert Wayne, Norman Astridge, Will Nixon, Phil Golding, Arthur Laurie, Alison MacLaren, Marie Dix, Evelyn Robson, Molly Mackay. Full Orchestra and Chorus, under the direction of Frederick Shaw’. ‘Last night (Thursday) Mr. Frederick Lloyd presented the highly successful musical extravaganza, “Tails Up,” a piece which has had a splendid run; the Company is a good one. and well worth a visit’ (Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian, 13 March 1920).