“Caryl Churchill: <span data-tei-ns-tag="tei_title" data-tei-title-lvl=‘m’>Far Away</span>”;. Albemarle of London’s West End Theatre Guide.
Noel Coward Theatre
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|Performance of text||Dodie Smith||
After opening at the Grand Theatre in Leeds, DS 's Bonnet over the Windmill transferred to London's New Theatre (later the Albery) . The setting is unusual: on the roof of a student boarding house.
Grove, Valerie. Dear Dodie: The Life of Dodie Smith. Chatto and Windus, 1996.
Gale, Maggie B. West End Women: Women and the London Stage, 1918-1962. Routledge, 1996.
|Performance of text||Josephine Tey||
Gordon Daviot 's first and most successful play, Richard of Bordeaux, starring John Gielgud and Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies , re-opened at London's New Theatre , where it ran for fourteen months.
Tey, Josephine. Richard of Bordeaux. Little, Brown, 1934.
Roy, Sandra. Josephine Tey. Twayne, 1980.
Harben, Niloufer. Twentieth-Century English History Plays: from Shaw to Bond. Macmillan, 1988.
Architect W. G. R. Sprague completed building for Sir Charles Wyndham the London West End theatre Wyndham's , still open today.
12 March 1903
London's New Theatre (re-named in 1973 the Albery and from June 2006 renamed again the Noel Coward Theatre), built by architect W. G. R. Sprague back to back to Wyndham's Theatre , first opened its doors.
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