Gielgud Theatre


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Occupation Harriett Jay
HJ opened in a male role (that of Cecil Brookfield, son of the heroine) in Buchanan 's Lady Clare at the Globe Theatre .
“Notices”. Times, No. 30784, p. 8.
30784 (03 April 1883): 8
“The Times Column Of New Books and New Editions”. Times, No. 30820, p. 6.
30820 (15 May 1883): 6
Occupation Harriett Jay
The review in The Scotsman said she played this ladwith infinite truth and many pleasant touches of humour. This lady has, indeed, rarely been seen in a part which showed her to so much...
Performance of text Enid Bagnold
While the play was in development, EB quarrelled with the director over changes to the script and his interpretation of various scenes, and made several suggestions of her own to Margaret Leighton on how to...
Performance of text Clemence Dane
One of CD 's last plays, Eighty in the Shade, written for Sybil Thorndike , opened at the Globe Theatre , London.
Weintraub, Stanley, editor. Dictionary of Literary Biography 10. Gale Research, 1982.
10: 133, 137
Performance of text Ethel M. Dell
The stage adaptation of EMD 's The Knave of Diamonds, 1913, opened at the Globe Theatre in London.
Dell, Penelope. Nettie and Sissie. Hamish Hamilton, 1977.
Performance of text Pam Gems
The Royal Shakespeare Company included the play in their regional tour, after which it transferred to the Globe Theatre in London. Harvard University holds a video-recording of a performance of this play in Hebrew.
OCLC WorldCat., Accessed 1999.
Performance of text Dodie Smith
DS 's play Call It a Day began its very successful run of 509 performances at the Globe Theatre , the longest run yet acheived by a woman dramatist.
Gale, Maggie B. West End Women: Women and the London Stage, 1918-1962. Routledge, 1996.
Textual Production Zadie Smith
ZS delivered the annual Orange Word Lecture at the Gielgud Theatre in London, on E. M. Forster 's Ethical Style: Love, Failure and the Good in Fiction.
Tew, Philip. Zadie Smith. Palgrave Macmillan, 2010.
Textual Production Lesley Storm
This play opened at the Globe Theatre in London.
Storm, Lesley. The Paper Hat. Samuel French, 1966.


The Globe Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue , opened as one of the tallest and architecturally most impressive theatres in London.
The Globe Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue , opened as one of the tallest and architecturally most impressive theatres in London.
December 1927
Nancy Hewins opened the first production by her touring Osiris Players , Britain's first professional all-female theatre company (successor to the amateur Isis Players , which she had run as an Oxford undergraduate).


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