Queen's Theatre, Dundee
Performances at this Theatre
|5 Feb 1923||The Man Who Stayed At Home||Professional|
Performed for the week
|7 Jan 1924||Seven Days Leave||Professional|
Performed for the week as part of the last week of Herbert Mansfield's Repertory Season.
|1 Dec 1924||The Man Who Stayed At Home||Professional|
Performed for the week by Herbert Mansfield and Repertory Company
|9 Nov 1925||Seven Days Leave||Professional|
Performed for the week twice nightly (6.45 and 8.45) by Herbert Mansfield and Repertory Company.
|1 Mar 1926||The Luck Of The Navy||Professional|
|11 Oct 1926||General Post||Professional|
Produced by Jack Fortescue's Repertory Company.
|7 Jan 1929||Seven Days Leave||Professional|
|2 Feb 1931||The Freedom of the Seas||Professional|
Performed from 2-7 February 1931 by Herbert Mansfield (actor), E. Hamilton Jordan (actor), E.W. Bretton (actor), Hamilton Hunter (actor), Joseph English (actor), Iris Guilliame (actress), Sybil Trevor (actress), Ada Bennet (actress), Jack West (actor), Chas. M. Julian (actor), Reggie Weston (actor). "A play with an unusual atmosphere...is sheer melodrama, but the players give a most colourful performance, and the varied effects necessary to represent a tramp steamer at sea show great resourcefulness. ...The piece opens well, and the scenes on the steamer are done so successfully that a tense atmosphere is attained. The players work well together, and they give comedy just the right weight." (Dundee Evening Telegraph, 3 February 1931)