New Theatre, Boston, Lincolnshire
Address: Boston PE21, UK
Performances at this Theatre
|22 Mar 1920||The Freedom of the Seas||Professional|
By arrangement with Thomas C. Dagnall, Robert Brasher presented performances on 22, 23 and 27 March.
|6 Dec 1920||The Love Child||Professional|
The Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian, 4 December 1920, advertised at the New Theatre, Corn Exchange, Boston, from Monday 6 December, The Passions on Monday and Tuesday, Sapho on Wednesday and Thursday, and ‘the Great problem Play, in a Prologue and three Acts, Neither Wife Nor Maid. By Ada G. Abbott. The Play of the Moment’. At the New Theatre, Boston, ‘Ernest R. Abbott’s company present “The Passions,” “Sapho,” and “Neither Wife Nor Maid,” with a cast including Ada Abbott, John Johnston, Edwin Keene, J. Clyde Miller, W. H. Davis-Brown, Edward Fryer, Bert Whitmore, John Drake, G. Tring, Marion Holly, Agnes Kingston, Margaret Dickenson, Nellie Crowther and Isobel Singleton, D. Pentland, John Faber, B. Edmondson, H. Bevil, Rose Duncan, and Mary Douglas’ (The Stage, 9 December 1920).
|4 Feb 1921||John Raymond's Daughter or A Soldier's Love Child||Professional|
Will H. Glaze's Repertory Company. 'His Mother's Rosary' also performed on Monday 28 February. ('Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian', 26 February 1921, p. 8)