Williams-Ellis, Amabel. All Stracheys Are Cousins. Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1983.
|Connections Sort descending||Author name||Excerpt|
|Friends, Associates||Constance Smedley|
|Friends, Associates||Amabel Williams-Ellis|
|Friends, Associates||Hope Mirrlees||
Very soon after this, she met and became a protegée of celebrated actress Mrs Patrick Campbell (Beatrice Stella Tanner Campbell ).
|Friends, Associates||Naomi Jacob|
|Friends, Associates||Edith Lyttelton|
|Literary responses||Naomi Jacob|
|Performance of text||Edith Lyttelton|
|Performance of text||Edith Lyttelton||
The Macleans of Bairness, a history play by EL about Bonnie Prince Charlie , was produced by Mrs Patrick Campbell at the Criterion Theatre .
Nicoll, Allardyce. English Drama, 1900-1930. Cambridge University Press, 1973.
Kaplan, Joel H., and Sheila Stowell. Theatre and Fashion: Oscar Wilde to the Suffragettes. Cambridge University Press, 1994.
|Performance of text||George Bernard Shaw||
Mrs Patrick Campbell 's Company first performed GBS 's history play Caesar and Cleopatra, at the Theatre Royal in Newcastle upon Tyne.
Innes, Christopher, editor. The Cambridge Companion to George Bernard Shaw. Cambridge University Press, 1998.
Innes, Christopher. Modern British Drama, 1890-1990. Cambridge University Press, 1992.
Weintraub, Stanley, editor. Dictionary of Literary Biography 10. Gale Research, 1982.
|Performance of text||George Bernard Shaw|
|Textual Features||Constance Smedley|
|Textual Features||Pam Gems||
The play opens in Hollywood, with Mrs Patrick Campbell regaling a new, American generation with her memories. It centres on her relationship with George Bernard Shaw , but her life and career are also...
|Textual Features||George Paston||
A wife plays a trick on her husband by pretending that she mistakes him for a famous romance writer who (she further pretends) is her lover. Her husband, discovering the ruse, turns the tables and...