Citizens' Theatre, Glasgow


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Performance of text Lesley Storm
This play was never published. It opened at the Citizens' Theatre , in Glasgow, with a programme advertising it as LS 's first all-Scottish play in which she uses the language she was born...
Performance of text Josephine Tey
Gordon Daviot 's The Little Dry Thorn, another biblical play, this time based on the story of Sarah and Abraham and set in Ur in Mesopotamia in 2000 BC, was performed at Glasgow's Citizens' Theatre .
Tey, Josephine. Plays by Gordon Daviot. Peter Davies, 1954.
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Performance of text Josephine Tey
The Glasgow's Citizens' Theatre produced JT 's Cornelia, a comedy featuring a heroine from Labrador, written under a new pseudonym, F. Craigie Howe.
Martin, Christina. “Josephine Tey: Scottish Detective Novelist”. Studies in Scottish Literature, pp. 191 -04.
Reception Bryony Lavery
It proved one of Monstrous Regiment 's greatest successes, drawing capacity audiences. At the Citizens' Theatre in Glasgow they had to open the gallery to increase the seating.
Hanna, Gillian, editor. Monstrous Regiment. Four Plays and a Collective Celebration. Nick Hern Books, 1991.
Reception Josephine Tey
Someone at the Citizens' Theatre , probably James Bridie , wrote of preferring F. Craigie Howe's Cornelia in terms which are nonetheless highly flattering to The Little Dry Thorn, which was said to...
Reception Josephine Tey
Someone at the Citizens' Theatre , probably James Bridie , wrote to the author expressing a preference for Cornelia over The Little Dry Thorn.
Henderson, Jennifer Morag. Josephine Tey, a life. Sandstone Press, 2015.
Textual Production Josephine Tey
At the end of 1945 JT signed the contract, which gave her a royalty of five per cent, with various rights to the Citizens' Theatre. The opening in London (at the Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith )...


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