Borough Theatre, Stratford
Address: Stratford, London, UK
Performances at this Theatre
|29 Mar 1915||The Man Who Stayed At Home||Professional|
‘At the Borough Theatre, Stratford, next week, “The Man Who Stayed at Home,” the successful Royalty Theatre Spy Play, will be presented by Messrs. Vedrenne and Eadie’s Company ... The play of the moment, a play of German spies and English spy-catchers, it is full of amusement and not without exciting moments ... The play is delightfully ingenious. Never for moment does it lose its grip, and the excitement is almost continuously intense. The strong cast includes George Tully, Gordon Bailey, George Martin, A. R. Whatmore, Charles Grenville, Geo. Hewetson, Mary Merrall, Esty Marsh, Mary Relph, Florence Harwood, Lola Duncan and Valerie Richards’. East London Observer, 27 March 1915.
|26 Mar 1917||The Bing Boys Are Here||Professional|
|19 Nov 1917||A Kiss For Cinderella||Professional|
‘Young and old can delight in that interesting play, “A Kiss for Cinderella,” which is the forthcoming attraction at the Borough Theatre, Stratford, next Monday. The play presents Sir James Barrie in his best vein. Poetry, humanity, imagination, tenderness. Everything. It is triumph for all concerned. Miss Emma and Mr. Percy Hutchison present their principal company in this great fantasy, headed by Miss Gertrude Lang and Mr. F. Pennington-Gush’. East London Observer, Saturday 17 November 1917.
|15 Apr 1918||For England, Home and Beauty or Comrades in Arms||Professional|
‘Next Monday at the Borough Theatre, Stratford, there will be commenced a special attraction for one week only, “For England, Home and Beauty.” This will be presented by a very strong and capable company, and should draw well’. East London Observer, 13 April 1918.
|9 Sep 1918||The Girl from Ciro's||Professional|
|7 Apr 1919||The Girl from Ciro's||Professional|
|7 Jul 1919||The Man Who Stayed At Home||Professional|
Performed for the week with matinee Wednesday.
|15 Mar 1920||The Girl from Ciro's||Professional|
|18 Oct 1920||The Luck Of The Navy||Professional|
|27 Nov 1922||Seven Days Leave||Professional|
For six nights at 7.30 with matinee at 2.30 Wednesday.