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Total number of entries found: 315

A change for the worse on 4 February 1945
B.B.C. Radio Broadcast for the Home Service. The play was specially written in 1942 for The Pilgrim Players of Canterbury
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A change for the worse at the Mercury Theatre London
Part of a double-bill with The dragon and the dove. The play was specially written in 1942 for The Pilgrim Players of Canterbury
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A sleeping clergyman on 15 August 1945
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A sleeping clergyman on 28 August 1933 at the Alhambra Theatre Glasgow
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A sleeping clergyman at the Birmingham Repertory Theatre Birmingham by Malvern Theatre Company
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A sleeping clergyman between 28 January 1947 and 15 February 1947 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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A sleeping clergyman on 6 March 1948
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A sleeping clergyman between 1 April 1947 and 2 April 1947 at the Little Theatre in the Pleasance Edinburgh by St Andrew Players
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A sleeping clergyman on 5 March 1956
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A sleeping clergyman between 29 September 1964 and 17 October 1964 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
21st anniversary production
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A sleeping clergyman at the University of Witwatersrand Medical School Johannesburg, South Africa by University of Witwatersrand Medical School
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A sleeping clergyman on 2 March 1963
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A sleeping clergyman at the Piccadilly Theatre London
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Babes in the wood on 8 June 1971 at the Pitlochry Festival Theatre Pitlochry, Perthshire by Pitlochry Festival Theatre Company
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Colonel Wotherspoon between 24 June 1934 and 26 June 1934 at the Arts Theatre London
London premiere
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Colonel Wotherspoon between 22 March 1934 and 24 March 1934 at the Lyric Theatre Glasgow by The Scottish National Players
World premiere. Sub-titled as "The fourth way of greatness". Cast changes between original advertising and actual production.
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Daphne Laureola between 17 July 1950 and 22 July 1950 at the Opera House Manchester
The opening night with James Bridie in attendance was the "first night" for the company who will perform the play in New York
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Daphne Laureola between 23 March 1949 and 16 November 1949 at the Wyndham's Theatre London
A Sir Laurence Olivier production
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Daphne Laureola between 9 June 1973 and 23 June 1973 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Daphne Laureola between 18 September 1950 and 4 November 1950 at the Music Box Theater New York
Presented on Broadway by Leland Hayward and Herman Shumlin in association with Sir Laurence Olivier
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Daphne Laureola between 16 October 1950 and 21 October 1950 at the Oxford Playhouse Oxford by Repertory Players
Repertory premiere
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Daphne Laureola between 21 August 1950 and 26 August 1950 at the Theatre Royal Brighton
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Daphne Laureola at the Pitlochry Festival Theatre Pitlochry, Perthshire by Pitlochry Festival Theatre Company
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Daphne Laureola between 14 August 1950 and 20 August 1950 at the Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh
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Daphne Laureola between 7 August 1950 and 12 August 1950 at the Theatre Royal Glasgow
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Daphne Laureola between 31 July 1950 and 5 August 1950 at the Grand Theatre Leeds
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Doctor Angelus between 14 June 1965 and 3 July 1965 at the Dundee Repertory Theatre Dundee by Dundee Repertory Theatre Company
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Dr Angelus between 14 July 1947 and 19 July 1947 at the Theatre Royal Newcastle
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Dr Angelus between 7 July 1947 and 12 July 1947 at the His Majesty's Theatre Aberdeen
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Dr Angelus between 21 July 1947 and 2 August 1947 at the Phoenix Theatre London
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Dr Angelus between 7 October 1966 and 22 October 1966 at the Byre Theatre St Andrews by St Andrews Play Club
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Dr Angelus between 23 June 1947 and 5 July 1947 at the Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh
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Dr Angelus at the Royal Aquarium Great Yarmouth
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Dr Angelus between 5 March 1950 and 11 March 1950 at the Grand Opera House Harrogate
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Dr Angelus between 14 June 1965 and 2 July 1965 at the Dundee Repertory Theatre Dundee by Dundee Repertory Theatre Company
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Dr Angelus between 14 March 1949 and 19 March 1949 at the Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh by Wilson Barrett Company
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Dr Angelus between 13 May 1957 and 25 May 1957 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Dr Angelus between 20 June 1949 and 25 June 1949 at the Alhambra Theatre Glasgow by Wilson Barrett Company
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Dr Angelus between 8 February 1979 and 24 February 1979 at the Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh by Royal Lyceum Theatre Company
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Dr Angelus between 13 June 1988 and 25 June 1988 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
The Citizens' Company marks the 100th Anniversary of James Bridie's birth with this production
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Dr Angelus between 1 December 1952 and 6 December 1952 at the Gaiety Theatre Ayr by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Dr Angelus between 16 September 1957 and 28 September 1957 at the Gateway Theatre Edinburgh by Edinburgh Gateway Company
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Dr Angelus at the Perth Theatre Perth by Perth Repertory Company (Perth Theatre Company)
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Dr Angelus at the Guildford Theatre by Guildford Theatre Company
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Gog and Magog on 4 October 1954 at the Empire Theatre Greenock by Scottishows
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Gog and Magog between 5 May 1952 and 17 May 1952 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Gog and Magog on 25 October 1954 at the King's Theatre Glasgow by Scottishows
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Gog and Magog on 24 May 1954
Scottish Home Service broadcast on B.B.C. Radio Scotland
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Gog and Magog between 1 December 1948 and 8 December 1948 at the Arts Theatre London
World premiere presented by the Great Newport Theatre Committee Ltd under the title of Gog and Macgog
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Gog and Magog on 18 October 1954 at the Empire Theatre Inverness by Scottishows
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Gog and Magog between 15 November 1949 and 20 November 1949 at the Gaiety Theatre Ayr by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Gog and Magog between 16 June 1952 and 29 June 1952 at the Dundee Repertory Theatre Dundee by Dundee Repertory Theatre Company
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Gog and Magog between 24 October 1949 and 5 November 1949 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
Scottish premiere
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Holy Isle between 11 October 1943 and 30 October 1943 at the Athenaeum Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
Scottish premiere. Opening production of the new Citizens' Theatre Company
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Holy Isle between 15 August 1988 and 27 August 1988 at the Church Hill Theatre Edinburgh by Brunton Theatre Company
Part of the Edinburgh International Festival. No performance on the 21 August.
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Holy Isle between 29 August 1988 and 3 September 1988 at the Brunton Theatre Musselburgh by Brunton Theatre Company
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It depends what you mean between 11 September 1945 and 22 September 1945 at the Sheffield Playhouse Sheffield
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It depends what you mean by Perth Repertory Company (Perth Theatre Company)
Tour of the Highlands and the Borders
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It depends what you mean between 18 November 1946 and 23 November 1946 at the Palace Court Theatre Bournemouth by Roy Limbert Company
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It depends what you mean by Perth Repertory Company (Perth Theatre Company)
Part of tour of Scotland, including visits to the Border towns, Portree, Broadford and Stornoway
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It depends what you mean at the Grand Opera House Harrogate by White Rose Players
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It depends what you mean between 3 October 1944 and 14 October 1944 at the New Theatre Hull
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It depends what you mean between 11 September 1945 and 15 September 1945 at the Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh by Wilson Barrett Company
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It depends what you mean between 20 August 1945 and 25 August 1945 at the Alhambra Theatre Glasgow by Wilson Barrett Company
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It depends what you mean between 24 March 1947 and 29 March 1947 at the Intimate Theatre London
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It depends what you mean between 23 April 1945 and 12 May 1945 at the Dundee Repertory Theatre Dundee by Dundee Repertory Theatre Company
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It depends what you mean at the Southport Little Theatre by Sheffield Repertory Company
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It depends what you mean on 1 August 1949
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It depends what you mean between 20 February 1950 and 24 February 1950 at the King's School Hall Macclesfield by King's School Players
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It depends what you mean at the Grand Pavilion Hull
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It depends what you mean between 5 April 1948 and 10 April 1948 at the Co-operative Hall Nuneaton by Midland Theatre Company
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It depends what you mean at the Cygnet Theatre Edinburgh by The Makars
Performed at the Edinburgh Festival
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It depends what you mean between 2 October 1944 and 10 March 1945 at the Westminster Theatre London
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It depends what you mean between 11 September 1944 and 23 November 1944 at the King's Theatre Glasgow
Premiere
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It depends what you mean between 25 September 1944 and 30 September 1944 at the His Majesty's Theatre Aberdeen
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It depends what you mean between 19 September 1944 and 23 September 1944 at the King's Theatre Edinburgh
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It depends what you mean by Rapier Players
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It depends what you mean between 1 July 1946 and 6 July 1946 at the Torquay Pavilion Torquay by Malvern Theatre Company
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It depends what you mean between 30 July 1945 and 4 August 1945 at the Theatre Royal Windsor by Windsor Repertory Theatre
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John Knox on 29 December 1947
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Jonah between 10 December 1950 and 14 December 1950
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Jonah and the whale between 20 August 1973 and 9 September 1973 at the Viewforth Centre Edinburgh by Joan White's English Summer Theatre School
Edinburgh Festival Fringe 1973
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Jonah and the whale between 19 December 1932 and 7 January 1933 at the Westminster Theatre London
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Jupiter laughs at the Group Theatre Belfast
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Lancelot on 21 April 1947
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Lancelot between 30 October 1945 and 22 November 1945 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
Premiere. In repertoire
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Liliom between 17 January 1944 and 29 January 1944 at the Athenaeum Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
A version by James Bridie
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Marriage is no joke at the King's Theatre Glasgow
Scottish premiere, 1934
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Marriage is no joke between 6 September 1954 and 18 September 1954 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Marriage is no joke on 2 June 1956
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Marriage is no joke at the Globe Theatre London
Premiered in February 1934
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Mary Read on 21 November 1934 at the His Majesty's Theatre London
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Mary Read on 12 November 1934 at the Opera House Manchester
World premiere
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Men and matters on 18 June 1937
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Mr Bolfry between 12 August 1980 and 16 August 1980 at the Mitchell Theatre Glasgow by Royal Lyceum Theatre Company
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Mr Bolfry between 25 October 1943 and 13 November 1943 at the Dundee Repertory Theatre Dundee by Dundee Repertory Theatre Company
First production of James Bridie's play outside London.
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Mr Bolfry between 17 April 1944 and 1 July 1944 at the Silverlaw Theatre Annan by Citizens' Theatre Company
In association with C.E.M.A. - the Council for the Encouragement of Music and the Arts . This is the company's first tour, taking in thirty-five towns and villages of the Lowlands of Scotland. The tour commences in Annan on the 17th April 1944
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Mr Bolfry on 29 November 1947
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Mr Bolfry on 27 March 1971
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Mr Bolfry on 28 January 1961
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Mr Bolfry between 10 April 1944 and 15 April 1944 at the King's Theatre Edinburgh
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Mr Bolfry between 30 July 1980 and 9 August 1980 at the Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh by Royal Lyceum Theatre Company
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Mr Bolfry between 24 April 1944 and 29 April 1944 at the New Theatre Oxford
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Mr Bolfry between 6 February 1950 and 11 February 1950 at the Dundee Repertory Theatre Dundee by Dundee Repertory Theatre Company
This play performed by the Dundee Repertory touring company was a replacement for Count your blessings which had to be cancelled due to the departure of one of the leading cast members.
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Mr Bolfry between 24 June 1998 and 16 July 1998 at the Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh by Royal Lyceum Theatre Company
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Mr Bolfry on 25 March 1947 at the Coliseum Theatre Trecynon by Mid-Rhondda Unity Theatre
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Mr Bolfry by Colchester Repertory Company
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Mr Bolfry at the Theatre Royal York by York Repertory Company
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Mr Bolfry between 4 December 1944 and 16 December 1944 at the Little Theatre Bristol
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Mr Bolfry between 10 September 1945 and 15 September 1945 at the Palace Court Theatre Bournemouth by Malvern Theatre Company
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Mr Bolfry at the Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh by Wilson Barrett Company
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Mr Bolfry between 10 September 1945 and 15 September 1945 at the Palace Court Theatre Bournemouth by Malvern Theatre Company
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Mr Bolfry on 24 July 1957
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Mr Bolfry by Rugby Repertory Company
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Mr Bolfry on 1 May 1944 at the Ayr Town Hall Ayr by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Mr Bolfry between 8 July 1970 and 28 July 1970 at the Dundee Repertory Theatre Dundee by Dundee Repertory Theatre Company
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Mr Bolfry between 12 August 1980 and 16 August 1980 at the Mitchell Theatre Glasgow by Royal Lyceum Theatre Company
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Mr Bolfry between 23 July 1951 and 28 July 1951 at the Alhambra Theatre Glasgow by Wilson Barrett Company
Second Festival of Britain production
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Mr Bolfry between 8 November 1949 and 26 November 1949 at the Arts Theatre Salisbury
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Mr Bolfry at the Corn Exchange Salisbury by Salisbury Arts Theatre Company
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Mr Bolfry between 21 November 1949 and 26 November 1949 by Nat Brenner's Arts Theatre Company
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Mr Bolfry between 5 September 1979 and 8 September 1979 at the Corn Exchange Biggar by Biggar Theatre Workshop
Edinburgh Festival Fringe 1979
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Mr Bolfry on 3 January 1988
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Mr Bolfry at the Theatre Royal Newcastle
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Mr Bolfry at the Gaiety Theatre Dublin
Transferred to the Gaiety Theatre from the Gate Theatre
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Mr Bolfry between 1 April 1946 and 13 April 1946 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Mr Bolfry between 3 August 1943 and 14 August 1943 at the Westminster Theatre London
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Mr Bolfry between 26 June 1944 and 1 July 1944 at the Town Hall Lockerbie by Citizens' Theatre Company
Tour of South and South-west Scotland
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Mr Bolfry at the Playhouse Theatre London
Transferred to the Playhouse Theatre from the Westminster Theatre
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Mr Bolfry between 1 February 1944 and 12 February 1944 at the Group Theatre Belfast
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Mr Bolfry by Tuska Theatre Company
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Mr Bolfry at the Theatre Royal Glasgow
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Mr Bolfry between 3 April 1944 and 15 April 1944 at the His Majesty's Theatre Aberdeen
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Mr Bolfry between 7 July 1947 and 12 July 1947 at the Intimate Theatre London
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Mr Bolfry between 16 May 1944 and 30 May 1944 at the Gate Theatre Dublin
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Mr Bolfry between 8 May 1944 and 13 May 1944 at the Palace Theatre Kilmarnock by Citizens' Theatre Company
There was no performance on Thursday May 11.
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Mr Bolfry between 18 July 1949 and 30 July 1949 at the Theatre Royal Stratford East, London
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Mr Gillie between 13 February 1950 and 18 February 1950 at the King's Theatre Glasgow
World premiere
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Mr Gillie at the Royalty Theatre Morecambe
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Mr Gillie between 7 May 1984 and 12 May 1984 at the MacRobert Arts Centre Stirling by Scottish Theatre Company
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Mr Gillie between 6 June 1955 and 18 June 1955 at the Dundee Repertory Theatre Dundee by Dundee Repertory Theatre Company
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Mr Gillie between 24 April 1984 and 28 April 1984 at the His Majesty's Theatre Aberdeen by Scottish Theatre Company
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Mr Gillie between 30 April 1984 and 5 May 1984 at the Theatre Royal Glasgow by Scottish Theatre Company
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Mr Gillie between 28 March 1986 and 12 April 1986 at the Perth Theatre Perth by Scottish Theatre Company
Revival presented as part Perth Theatre's 50th anniversary celebrations
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Mr Gillie on 5 March 1951
Scottish Home Service broadcast on B.B.C. Radio Scotland
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Mr Gillie between 17 April 1984 and 21 April 1984 at the King's Theatre Edinburgh by Scottish Theatre Company
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Mr Gillie between 14 May 1984 and 19 May 1984 at the Adam Smith Centre Kirkcaldy by Scottish Theatre Company
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Mr Gillie on 25 November 1967
Scottish Home Service broadcast on B.B.C. Radio Scotland, repeated again on Monday 27th November 1967
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Mr Gillie between 17 September 1956 and 29 September 1956 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
This is the first performance of the play in Glasgow at the Citizens' Theatre, since its premiere in 1950 at the King's Theatre, Glasgow
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Mr Gillie between 27 February 1950 and 4 March 1950 at the King's Theatre Edinburgh
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Mr Gillie between 4 December 1950 and 9 December 1950 at the Gaiety Theatre Ayr by Citizens' Theatre Company
Part of the Citizens' Theatre's annual six week repertory season at the Gaiety Theatre, Ayr, running concurrently with the Citizens' Theatre
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Mr Gillie between 20 February 1950 and 25 February 1950 at the His Majesty's Theatre Aberdeen
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Mr Gillie between 9 March 1950 and 29 April 1950 at the Garrick Theatre London
A Stanley French presentation by arrangement with Jack Buchanan
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Mr Gillie at the Northampton Repertory Theatre Company Northampton by Northampton Repertory Players
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Mr Gillie between 21 August 1950 and 26 August 1950 at the Richmond Theatre Richmond
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Mr Gillie between 21 February 1955 and 26 February 1955 at the Gateway Theatre Edinburgh by Edinburgh Gateway Company
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Mr Gillie at the Savoy Theatre Kettering
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Mr Gillie on 25 July 1950
B.B.C. television broadcast
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Mr Gillie between 7 February 1955 and 19 February 1955 at the Grangemouth Town Hall Grangemouth by Edinburgh Gateway Company
Scottish tour in association with the Scottish Arts Council
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Mr Gillie at the Hastings Pier Hastings
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Mr Gillie on 27 December 1952
Radio broadcast
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Mrs Waterbury's millenium on 5 August 1935
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New judgements - James Bridie on J. M. Barrie on 24 March 1942
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Paradise enow between 20 August 1973 and 9 September 1973 at the Viewforth Centre Edinburgh by Joan White's English Summer Theatre School
Edinburgh Festival Fringe 1973
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Paradise Enow on 28 February 1951 at the St Barnabas Hall Cranbourne by Cranbourne "20" Club Dramatic Section
Part of a double bill with Dark Brown
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Siamese twins on 19 August 1937
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Skerryvore between 29 August 1972 and 9 September 1972 at the Church Hill Theatre Edinburgh by Scottish Community Drama Association
Edinburgh Festival Fringe 1972
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Skerryvore, or, What say they? on 26 December 1960 at the Empress Theatre Glasgow by Falcon Theatre Organisation
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Storm in a teacup at the Haymarket Theatre London
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Storm in a teacup between 18 May 1981 and 16 October 1981 at the Pitlochry Festival Theatre Pitlochry, Perthshire by Pitlochry Festival Theatre Company
In repertoire with Liberty Hall, The miser, The grouse moor image and The murder of Auguste Dupin
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Storm in a teacup on 31 July 1976
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Storm in a teacup between 22 November 1943 and 27 November 1943 at the Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh by Wilson Barrett Company
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Storm in a teacup on 31 December 1949
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Storm in a teacup between 7 February 1939 and 11 February 1939 at the Chronicle Hall Newcastle by Newcastle Chronicle Sports Club Theatrical Section
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Storm in a teacup on 18 March 1962
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Storm in a teacup between 2 August 1943 and 7 August 1943 by Regency Players
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Storm in a teacup between 16 March 1939 and 17 March 1939 at the Little Theatre in the Pleasance Edinburgh by Edinburgh Repertory Theatre Company
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Storm in a teacup on 27 January 1936 at the King's Theatre Glasgow
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Storm in a teacup between 17 March 1944 and 18 March 1944 at the Congregational Schoolroom Oxford by Pheonix Players
Produced to raise funds for the Oxford Joint Hospitals Board
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Storm in a teacup on 5 July 1942
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Storm in a teacup between 6 February 1936 and 20 February 1936 at the Royalty Theatre Glasgow
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Storm in a teacup between 29 August 1949 and 3 September 1949 at the Little Theatre in the Pleasance Edinburgh by Dundee Dramatic Society
Part of the Edinburgh International Music and Drama Festival
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Storm in a teacup between 18 May 1981 and 16 October 1981 at the Pitlochry Festival Theatre Pitlochry, Perthshire by Pitlochry Festival Theatre Company
In repertoire with Liberty Hall, The miser, The grouse moor image and The murder of Auguste Dupin
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Sunlight sonata or to meet the seven deadly sins on 27 August 1940
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Susannah and the elders by Hilltop Theatre, Queen Margaret College
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Susannah and the elders on 8 October 1955
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Tapsalteerie-O between 23 December 1953 and 13 February 1954 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The anatomist between 9 November 1951 and 10 November 1951 at the Athenaeum Theatre Glasgow by Torch Theatre Club
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The anatomist between 14 November 1946 and 15 November 1946 at the St Peter's Hall South Croydon by Croydon Players
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The anatomist between 20 August 1956 and 8 September 1956 at the Gateway Theatre Edinburgh by Edinburgh Gateway Company
Edinburgh International Festival production
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The anatomist between 8 September 1952 and 20 September 1952 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
Opening play of the James Bridie Memorial Season
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The anatomist between 13 February 1968 and 13 March 1968 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
The opening night was a Gala performance in aid of the Duncan Macrae Memorial Appeal
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The anatomist on 19 July 1965
B.B.C. Radio Scotland broadcast
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The anatomist between 3 July 1930 and 9 July 1930 at the Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh by Masque Theatre Company
World premiere
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The anatomist at the Dissecting Room of the Medical School, University of Witwatersrand Johannesburg, South Africa by University of Witwatersrand Medical School
Performed in May 1936 in aid of the Johannesburg Hospital, South Africa
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The anatomist between 12 February 1999 and 6 March 1999 at the Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh by Royal Lyceum Theatre Company
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The anatomist between 24 October 1932 and 5 November 1932 at the Bijou Theatre New York
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The anatomist at the Grand Theatre Croydon
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The anatomist between 5 October 1931 and 10 October 1931 at the Westminster Theatre London
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The anatomist between 2 November 1948 and 13 November 1948 at the Westminster Theatre London
Presented by Alec L. Rea and E. P. Clift with Roy Limbert. The news that Alastair Sim had been elected as Rector of Edinburgh University was announced before the curtain rose on the first night of the play
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The anatomist between 5 March 1936 and 7 March 1936 at the Lyric Theatre Glasgow by The Scottish National Players
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The anatomist between 25 October 1943 and 30 October 1943 at the Theatre Royal Leicester by Regency Players
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The Anatomist between 17 February 1961 and 18 February 1961
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The anatomist at the Conservative Hall St. Albans by The Company of Ten
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The anatomist between 24 November 1976 and 11 December 1976 at the Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh by Royal Lyceum Theatre Company
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The Baikie charivari between 14 September 1959 and 19 September 1959 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The Baikie Charivari between 28 August 1974 and 7 September 1974 at the Adam House Theatre Edinburgh by Edinburgh Graduate Theatre Group
Return of Edinburgh University Graduate Theatre Group after 25 years. Edinburgh Festival Fringe 1974
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The Baikie charivari between 6 October 1952 and 18 October 1952 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
World premiere. Final production of the James Bridie Memorial Season
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The Baikie charivari on 7 September 1959 at the Gateway Theatre Edinburgh by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The Baikie charivari between 21 August 1956 and 25 August 1956 at the Adam House Theatre Edinburgh by Edinburgh Graduate Theatre Group
Edinburgh Festival Fringe production
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The black eye by Altrincham Garrick Company
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The black eye at the Shaftesbury Theatre London
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The black eye between 18 October 1943 and 23 October 1943 at the Oxford Playhouse Oxford
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The black eye at the Liverpool Playhouse Upstairs Liverpool
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The black eye on 12 August 1952 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow
Televised from the Royal Princess's Theatre
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The black eye between 21 November 1950 and 22 November 1950 at the Fortune Theatre London by Fleet Street Players
Performed in aid of the National Advertising Benevolent Society
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The black eye on 15 September 1938
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The black eye at the Perth Theatre Perth
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The black eye at the Perth Theatre Perth by Perth Repertory Company (Perth Theatre Company)
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The black eye between 3 December 1948 and 8 December 1948 at the Athenaeum Theatre Glasgow by The Marian Players
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The black eye between 18 November 1936 and 21 November 1936 at the Lyric Theatre Glasgow by The Scottish National Players
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The black eye on 4 May 1944 at the Folk Hall Theatre by New Earswick Dramatic and Operatic Society
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The black eye between 26 June 1947 and 5 July 1947 at the St John's Hall Middlesbrough by Middlesbrough Little Theatre
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The black eye at the Adam Smith Hall Kirkcaldy by Perth Theatre Company
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The black eye at the Westchester Playhouse New York
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The black eye between 3 May 1948 and 22 May 1948 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The Celtic Ballet on 10 December 1947 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Celtic Ballet
Part of a special matinee programme in aid of the Friends of France Council, incorporating a 10 minute playlet by James Bridie entitled St. Eloy and the bear, together with the Glasgow Police Pipe Band, readings of Scots poetry compered by Maurice Lindsay and traditional songs by Alisdair Matheson and Joan Alexander
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The dancing bear between 24 February 1931 and 28 February 1931 at the Lyric Theatre Glasgow by The Scottish National Players
World premiere
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The dancing bear between 22 June 1931 and 27 June 1931 at the Alhambra Theatre Glasgow by The Scottish National Players
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The dragon and the dove at the Mercury Theatre London
Part of a double-bill with A change for the worse. The play was adapted from The desert fathers, by Helen Waddell and was specially written in 1942 for The Pilgrim Players of Canterbury
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The dragon and the dove on 23 May 1943 by The Pilgrim Players
B.B.C. Radio broadcast presented by Barbara Burnham. The play is based upon The desert fathers, by Helen Waddell and was specially written in 1942 for The Pilgrim Players of Canterbury
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The dragon and the dove on 16 January 1957
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The Forrigan reel between 29 December 1958 and 14 February 1959 at the Gateway Theatre Edinburgh by Edinburgh Gateway Company
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The Forrigan reel at the Pitlochry Festival Theatre Pitlochry, Perthshire by Pitlochry Festival Theatre Company
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The Forrigan reel between 22 October 1945 and 3 November 1945 at the Sadler's Wells Theatre London
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The Forrigan reel between 1 November 1948 and 13 December 1948 at the Gaiety Theatre Ayr by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The Forrigan reel between 22 October 1945 and 3 November 1945 at the Sadler's Wells Theatre London
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The Forrigan reel between 1 June 1945 and 31 July 1945 by Citizens' Theatre Company
E.N.S.A. tour entertaining the troops, visiting Paris, Brussels and Germany
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The Forrigan reel between 7 October 1953 and 24 October 1953 at the Gateway Theatre Edinburgh by Edinburgh Gateway Company
First production by the newly-formed Edinburgh Gateway Theatre Company
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The Forrigan reel between 2 December 1949 and 4 December 1949 at the Barn Theatre Dartington by Dartington Hall Stage Group
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The Forrigan reel between 26 July 1948 and 7 August 1948 at the Gaiety Theatre Dublin by Citizens' Theatre Company
Part of a double-bill with Bunty pulls the strings
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The Forrigan reel between 17 October 1970 and 24 October 1970 at the Modern Languages Building Theatre, University of Glasgow Glasgow by Glasgow University Department of Drama
Gilmorehill centenary production celebrating the 100th anniversary of the University's move from the Old College to Gilmorehill
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The Forrigan reel at the Theatre Royal Bristol by C.E.M.A.
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The Forrigan reel at the Pitlochry Festival Theatre Pitlochry, Perthshire
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The Forrigan reel between 21 December 1948 and 15 January 1949 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
Christmas Season
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The Forrigan reel between 25 December 1944 and 20 January 1945 at the Athenaeum Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
Premiere
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The golden legend of Shults on 2 January 1954
B.B.C. radio broadcast of "Saturday-Night Theatre at 9:15" for the Scottish Home Service
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The golden legend of Shults between 17 August 1964 and 5 September 1964 at the Gateway Theatre Edinburgh by Edinburgh Gateway Company
Edinburgh International Festival production performed together with matinees of Robert Kemp's The heart is highland
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The golden legend of Shults on 29 August 1943
B.B.C. Radio Scotland broadcast
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The golden legend of Shults between 25 July 1939 and 8 August 1939 at the Perth Theatre Perth
World Premiere
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The golden legend of Shults between 22 September 1952 and 4 October 1952 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
Second production of the James Bridie Memorial Season
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The Holy Isle on 17 December 1942 at the Arts Theatre London
World premiere
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The king of nowhere on 20 May 1946
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The king of nowhere at the Pitlochry Festival Theatre Pitlochry, Perthshire by Pitlochry Festival Theatre Company
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The king of nowhere at the Theatre Royal Glasgow by Howard and Wyndham Players
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The king of nowhere at the Old Vic Theatre London
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The kitchen comedy on 18 November 1938
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The last trump between 22 May 1939 and 27 May 1939 at the Theatre Royal Newcastle
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The last trump between 24 April 1939 and 29 April 1939 at the New Theatre Oxford
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The last trump between 15 May 1939 and 20 May 1939 at the Royal Court Theatre Liverpool
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The last trump between 1 May 1939 and 6 May 1939 at the King's Theatre Glasgow
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The last trump between 17 April 1939 and 22 April 1939 at the Prince's Theatre Manchester
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The last trump on 5 August 1938 at the Malvern Festival Theatre Malvern, Worcester
World premiere at the Malvern Festival
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The last trump between 13 September 1938 and 24 September 1938 at the Duke of York's Theatre London
In association with Charles Killick and Victor Payne-Jennings
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The letter box rattles at the Fortune Theatre London
James Bridie play entered as part of an amateur dramatic competition at the Fortune Theatre, London
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The life of John Knox between 18 August 1947 and 6 September 1947 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
World premiere
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The merchant of Venice between 16 June 1947 and 28 June 1947 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow
In association with the Arts Council of Great Britain. In repertoire with 6 other plays including Tobias and the angel. Gala performance on Sunday 29th June with the entire proceeds going towards the building fund of the New Yiddish Theatre
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The pardoner's tale on 25 March 1942
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The proposal between 28 December 1932 and 7 January 1933 at the Lyric Theatre Glasgow by The Scottish National Players
Part of a double-bill with The glen is mine
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The proposal on 23 February 1942
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The proposal between 28 December 1932 and 7 January 1933 at the Lyric Theatre Glasgow by The Scottish National Players
Part of a double-bill with The glen is mine
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The proposal on 3 May 1934 by The Scottish National Players
Radio broadcast. Part of a triple-bill of one-act plays together with The grenadier and Rory aforesaid
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The proposal on 3 May 1934 by The Scottish National Players
Radio broadcast. Part of a triple-bill of one-act plays together with The grenadier and Rory aforesaid
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The Queen's comedy between 21 August 1950 and 4 September 1950 at the Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh by Citizens' Theatre Company
World premiere
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The queen's comedy
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The Queen's comedy between 21 September 1950 and 7 October 1950 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The sleeping clergyman on 24 December 1948 at the B.B.C. Radio Scotland
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The sunlight sonata at the St Columba's Hall Edinburgh
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The switchback on 22 August 1950
B.B.C. television broadcast
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The switchback on 23 August 1942
B.B.C. Radio Scotland broadcast
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The switchback at the Pitlochry Festival Theatre Pitlochry, Perthshire by Pitlochry Festival Theatre Company
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The switchback between 15 August 1931 and 29 August 1931 at the Malvern Theatre by Malvern Theatre Company
Malvern Festival production
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The switchback at the Birmingham Repertory Theatre Birmingham
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The switchback between 14 November 1933 and 15 November 1933 at the Lyric Theatre Glasgow by The Scottish National Players
Scottish premiere
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The switchback between 21 October 1931 and 22 October 1931 at the Fisher Hall Tonbridge by Four Winds Repertory Theatre
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The switchback between 30 January 1939 and 4 February 1939 at the Byre Theatre St Andrews by St Andrews Play Club
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The switchback between 2 October 1961 and 14 October 1961 at the Gateway Theatre Edinburgh by Edinburgh Gateway Company
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Tobias and the Angel on 19 May 1947 at the B.B.C. Radio Scotland
B.B.C. radio broadcast
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Tobias and the angel between 17 November 1937 and 20 November 1937 at the Lyric Theatre Glasgow by The Scottish National Players
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Tobias and the Angel between 22 August 1977 and 27 August 1977 at the St Cuthbert's Church Hall Lothian Road, Edinburgh by The Lambeth Players
Edinburgh Festival Fringe 1977
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Tobias and the angel between 21 August 1972 and 9 September 1972 at the Viewforth Centre Edinburgh by University of Washington
Edinburgh Festival Fringe 1972
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Tobias and the angel between 22 July 1953 and 11 August 1953 at the Arts Theatre London
Revival presented by the London Arts Theatre Committee Ltd.
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Tobias and the angel between 9 April 1951 and 22 April 1951 at the Dundee Repertory Theatre Dundee by Dundee Repertory Theatre Company
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Tobias and the angel between 21 December 1954 and 15 January 1955 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Tobias and the angel on 26 December 1955
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Tobias and the angel on 13 October 1958
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Tobias and the angel between 16 December 1963 and 28 December 1963 at the Gateway Theatre Edinburgh by Edinburgh Gateway Company
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Tobias and the angel between 23 May 1932 and 28 May 1932 at the Alhambra Theatre Glasgow
Based on the Book of Tobit in the Aprocrypha. On the opening night the role of Anna was played by Miss Phipps Walker, after Selma Vaz Dias had an accident earlier in the day
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Tobias and the angel between 9 March 1932 and 21 May 1932 at the Westminster Theatre London
Based on the Book of Tobit in the Aprocrypha
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Tobias and the angel between 22 August 1938 and 3 September 1938 at the Open Air Theatre Regent's Park, London
Based on the Book of Tobit in the Aprocrypha
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Tobias and the angel between 7 August 1939 and 19 August 1939 at the Open Air Theatre Regent's Park, London
Based on the Book of Tobit in the Aprocrypha. Due to its popularity the play was extended to 26/8/1939 with Clement McCallin replacing Robert Eddison in the role of the Archangel Raphael
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Tobias and the angel on 13 February 1951 at the Little Theatre in the Pleasance Edinburgh by Edinburgh Jewish Dramatic Society
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Tobias and the angel between 14 June 1943 and 10 July 1943 at the Open Air Theatre Regent's Park, London by Rock Theatre Company
Based on the Book of Tobit in the Aprocrypha
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Tobias and the angel at the Pitlochry Festival Theatre Pitlochry, Perthshire by Pitlochry Festival Theatre Company
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Tobias and the angel between 20 November 1930 and 29 November 1930 at the Cambridge Festival Theatre Cambridge
World premiere with James Bridie in attendance on the opening night
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Tobias and the angel between 16 June 1947 and 28 June 1947 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by New Yiddish Theatre Company
In association with the Arts Council of Great Britain. In repertoire with 6 other plays including The merchant of Venice
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Tobias and the angel at the Perth Theatre Perth by Perth Repertory Company (Perth Theatre Company)
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Tobias and the angel between 26 December 1947 and 3 January 1948 at the Gateway Theatre Edinburgh by Edinburgh Gateway Company
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Tobias and the angel between 14 October 1980 and 18 October 1980 at the Mitchell Theatre Glasgow by Pitlochry Touring Company
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Tobias and the angel between 5 September 1949 and 17 September 1949 at the Byre Theatre St Andrews by Byre Theatre Company
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Tobias and the angel between 8 December 1949 and 10 December 1949 at the Dundee City Hall Dundee by Brechin Triangle Players
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Tobias and the angel between 15 December 1977 and 7 January 1978 at the Lyceum Little Theatre Edinburgh by Royal Lyceum Theatre Company
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Tobias and the angel between 27 March 1950 and 13 April 1950 at the Liverpool Playhouse Theatre Liverpool
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What say they between 26 March 1947 and 29 March 1947 at the Little Theatre in the Pleasance Edinburgh by Edinburgh People's Theatre
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What say they?
Malvern Festival production
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