Address: Bath, UK
Performances at this Theatre
|22 Sep 1919||The Luck Of The Navy||Professional|
|14 Jan 1921||The Title||Amateur|
‘The programme for the first meeting of the Bath Playgoers’ Society, in 1921, provided for a visit from the kindred organisation at Bristol, whose members have from the first taken a warm interest in the doings of the younger society in this city. The play selected for reading was Arnold Bennett’s three-act comedy, “The Title.” The cast was: Mr. Culver, Mr. G. W. Boyd; Mrs Culver, Mrs. Welch; Hildegarde and John Culver (their children), Miss Welch and Mr. S. Gedye; Tranto, Mr. J. F. Holloway; Sampson Straight, Mr. R. H. Russell; and Miss Starkey, Miss Ostler. The stage directions were given by Mr. Harold Downs, the hon. secretary of the Bath Society. Before the reading commenced, Mr. Holloway explained that the play to be read that evening was really a war play and was first produced in 1918’. Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette, Saturday 15 January 1921. The date shown for the reading is guessswork.
|10 Dec 1926||The New Word||Amateur|
‘The New Word’, ‘The Old Lady Shows Her Medals’ and ‘Barbara’s Wedding’ were the three one-act plays by J. M. Barrie that were chosen for a reading by the Bath Playgoers’ Society. Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette, Saturday 11 December 1926. The date shown for the reading is a conjecture.