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Total number of entries found: 120

A glaikit spell between 18 December 1952 and 16 February 1953 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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A masque of summer between 3 November 1952 and 15 November 1952 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
First public performance
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A midsummer night's dream between 12 April 1948 and 1 May 1948 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
First Shakespearean production by the Citizens' Theatre
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Affairs of state between 18 July 1955 and 30 July 1955 at the Dundee Repertory Theatre Dundee by Dundee Repertory Theatre Company
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All in good faith between 5 April 1954 and 17 April 1954 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
World premiere. The play is also known as Money for nothing
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Arms and the man at the Empire Theatre Inverness by The New Scottish Touring Theatre
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As you like it between 9 April 1951 and 21 April 1951 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Bachelors are bold between 8 October 1951 and 27 October 1951 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Both ends meet between 4 July 1955 and 16 July 1955 at the Dundee Repertory Theatre Dundee by Dundee Repertory Theatre Company
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Bunty pulls the strings between 22 December 1947 and 24 January 1948 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Fumed oak between 29 May 1950 and 2 June 1950 at the Empire Theatre Greenock
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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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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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I, Robert Burns between 16 June 1959 and 20 June 1959
Burns Bi-centenary Celebration
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Jamie the Saxt between 30 March 1953 and 11 April 1953 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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John Grumlie between 29 May 1950 and 3 June 1950 at the Empire Theatre Greenock
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Johnny Belinda between 8 March 1954 and 20 March 1954 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Julius Caesar between 14 February 1956 and 25 February 1956 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Juno and the paycock on 5 July 1948 at the Embassy Theatre London by Glasgow Unity Theatre
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King Lear between 12 November 1951 and 17 November 1951 at the Gaiety Theatre Ayr by Citizens' Theatre Company
The Tragedy of King Lear. In association with the Arts Council of Great Britain.
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King Lear between 30 October 1951 and 10 November 1951 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Laburnum Grove between 24 November 1949 and 17 December 1949 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Love for love on 8 March 1943 at the King's Theatre Glasgow
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Macadam and Eve between 4 October 1954 and 16 October 1954 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Macadam and Eve between 20 June 1955 and 2 July 1955 at the Dundee Repertory Theatre Dundee by Dundee Repertory Theatre Company
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Maggie May at the Adelphi Theatre London
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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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Mary Stewart between 12 June 1951 and 23 June 1951 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
World Premiere
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Men should weep on 14 March 1949 at the Her Majesty's Theatre Carlisle by Glasgow Unity Theatre
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Misery me between 27 February 1956 and 10 March 1956 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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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 6 June 1955 and 18 June 1955 at the Dundee Repertory Theatre Dundee by Dundee Repertory Theatre Company
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Much ado about nothing between 18 October 1954 and 31 October 1954 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
The production introduced "the first in a series of special matinees for schools"
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Now Barabbas between 16 February 1948 and 6 March 1948 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Our town between 21 April 1952 and 3 May 1952 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
There was a special matinee performance on Tuesday 29th April, presented to an audience entirely composed of members of the Junior Citizens' Theatre Society
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Point of departure between 31 October 1955 and 12 November 1955 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Red riding hood between 15 December 1950 and 24 February 1951 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
Original music by James Gilbert and lyrics by James Gilbert, A. P. Kellock, Stanley Baxter, Mannie Hyman and Roddy McMillan
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Retreat from moonshine between 26 February 1951 and 11 March 1951 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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See how they run between 13 April 1953 and 25 April 1953 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Spindrift between 23 April 1951 and 12 May 1951 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
World Premiere
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Tam o'Shanter's tryst between 17 January 1955 and 12 February 1955 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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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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Tartuffe between 24 September 1951 and 6 October 1951 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
Alternatively entitled The imposter
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The admirable Crichton between 27 October 1947 and 1 November 1947 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The alchemist's daughter between 20 September 1954 and 2 October 1954 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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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 apple cart between 9 April 1956 and 21 April 1956 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The atom doctor between 9 October 1950 and 28 October 1950 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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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 bigot on 1 October 1977 at the Pavilion Theatre Glasgow
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The bigot between 1 May 1977 and 31 May 1977 at the Pavilion Theatre Glasgow
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The bigot between 1 May 1977 and 31 May 1977 at the Pavilion Theatre Glasgow
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The cherry orchard between 7 June 1948 and 19 June 1948 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The deep blue sea between 11 April 1955 and 23 April 1955 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The family honour between 26 January 1948 and 14 February 1948 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The flouers o' Edinburgh between 7 April 1952 and 19 April 1952 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
World premiere
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The flouers o' Edinburgh on 12 September 1943 at the Adam Smith Hall Kirkcaldy by Glasgow Unity Theatre
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The gentle gunman between 28 November 1955 and 12 December 1955 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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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 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 Gorbals Story between 2 August 1948 and 7 August 1948 at the Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh by Glasgow Unity Theatre
Set within the slums of Glasgow, an artist reminisces about his youthful days in the impoverished, violent neighborhood
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The Gorbals story between 6 September 1943 and 9 September 1943 at the Adam Smith Hall Kirkcaldy by Glasgow Unity Theatre
Set within the slums of Glasgow, an artist reminisces about his youthful days in the impoverished, violent neighborhood
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The Gorbals story on 17 April 1950 at the Metropole Theatre Blackpool by Glasgow Unity Theatre
Set within the slums of Glasgow, an artist reminisces about his youthful days in the impoverished, violent neighborhood
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The Gorbals story on 24 July 1950 at the Theatre Royal Glasgow by Glasgow Unity Theatre
Set within the slums of Glasgow, an artist reminisces about his youthful days in the impoverished, violent neighborhood
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The guest of honour between 1 December 1952 and 13 December 1952 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The guest of honour between 24 November 1952 and 29 November 1952 at the Gaiety Theatre Ayr by Citizens' Theatre Company
World premiere. In association with the Arts Council of Great Britain
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The happy hap'ny between 20 December 1951 and 19 January 1952 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow
Andrew Keir was replaced by Roddy MacMillan half-way through the production
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The highland fair between 18 August 1952 and 30 August 1952 at the Assembly Hall, Church of Scotland Edinburgh by Citizens' Theatre Company
The Edinburgh International Festival of Music and Drama in association with the Arts Council of Great Britain, The British Council and the Corporation of the City of Edinburgh presents The Old Vic Trust Limited and the Glasgow Citizens' Theatre Limited in a special adaptation of the eighteenth-century ballad opera
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The honours of Drumlie between 14 November 1955 and 26 November 1955 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
Suggested by the film La Kermesse heroique, from the novel by Charles Spaak
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The Laird o' Grippy between 9 May 1955 and 21 May 1955 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
An adaptation into Scots by Robert Kemp of L'Avare by Moliere.
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The laird of Torwatletie between 30 November 1953 and 19 December 1953 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The lass wi' the muckle mou' between 28 May 1951 and 16 June 1951 at the Perth Theatre Perth by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The lass wi' the muckle mou' between 27 November 1950 and 9 December 1950 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The little minister between 28 March 1955 and 9 April 1955 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The matchmaker between 12 March 1956 and 24 March 1956 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The old foolishness between 4 February 1955 and 26 February 1955 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The old lady shows her medals on 19 March 1952 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow
Live B.B.C. television broadcast presented by Michael Henderson of the first play ever to be televised from Scotland
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The original John Mackay between 23 April 1956 and 5 May 1956 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
A new comedy by Alastair M. Dunnett
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The prodigious snob between 27 April 1953 and 9 May 1953 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
An adaptation by Miles Malleson of Moliere's "Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme"
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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 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 River Line between 14 March 1955 and 26 March 1955 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The road to the isles between 22 February 1954 and 6 March 1954 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The sash at the Pavilion Theatre Glasgow
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The sash at the Dundee Repertory Theatre Dundee by The Pool Theatre Company
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The Sash between 4 April 1974 and 24 May 1974 at the Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh
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The sash between 13 August 1973 and 8 September 1973 at the Pool Edinburgh by The Pool Lunch Hour Theatre Club
Edinburgh Festival production
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The sash between 22 October 1973 and 27 October 1973 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by The Pool Theatre Company
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The Saxon saint on 28 August 1950 at the Dunfermline Abbey Dunfermline
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The Saxon saint on 17 July 1950
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The seagull on 1 March 1953 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
Sunday evening performance in front of an audience of Citizens' Theatre Society members
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The sell out between 25 April 1955 and 7 May 1955 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The taming of the shrew between 20 October 1952 and 1 November 1952 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The thistle and the rose between 6 October 1953 and 17 October 1953 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The Thrie Estaites between 12 September 1951 and 22 September 1951 at the St Andrew's Halls Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
A presentation of the special adaptation of the Edinburgh International Festival production by arrangement with the Edinburgh Festival Society for the Festival of Britain
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The Thrie Estaites between 20 August 1951 and 8 September 1951 at the Assembly Hall, Church of Scotland Edinburgh by Citizens' Theatre Company
A special adaptation by Robert Kemp for the Edinburgh International Festival in association with the Arts Council of Great Britain
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The thrie estaites between 24 August 1959 and 12 September 1959 at the Assembly Hall, Church of Scotland Edinburgh by Edinburgh Festival Society
Edinburgh International Festival production. The Edinburgh Festival Society in association with Wharton Productions Ltd
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The warld's wonder between 11 May 1953 and 23 May 1953 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
World premiere
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The wayward saint between 20 September 1955 and 1 October 1955 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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This walking shadow on 28 March 1949 at the H. M. Theatre, Carlisle by Glasgow Unity Theatre
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This walking shadow on 11 October 1948 at the Grand Theatre Croyden by Glasgow Unity Theatre
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This walking shadow on 20 June 1949 at the New Theatre Oxford by Glasgow Unity Theatre
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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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Tonight at 8.30. Still life between 8 March 1948 and 27 March 1948 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
Performance includes the four plays:- Still life, Red peppers, Fumed oak and Hands across the sea.
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Toom byres between 22 November 1954 and 4 December 1954 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Tullycairn on 18 June 1956 at the King's Theatre Glasgow by Sherek Players
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Up in the morning between 29 May 1950 and 3 June 1950 at the Empire Theatre Greenock
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Venus observed between 26 March 1952 and 7 April 1952 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Victoria Regina between 25 May 1953 and 6 June 1953 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
Special Coronation production
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Voyage ashore at the King's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
World premiere. The final production of the Henry Sherek season
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We arra' people at the Pavilion Theatre Glasgow
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We arra' people at the Pavilion Theatre Glasgow
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Weep for tomorrow between 2 December 1947 and 20 December 1947 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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What every woman knows between 17 October 1955 and 29 October 1955 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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What the stars foretell between 16 March 1953 and 28 March 1953 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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When we are married between 19 October 1953 and 7 November 1953 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Whigmaleeries between 15 December 1955 and 28 January 1956 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
Music written by Kenneth R. Dawkins, James Robb, Joyce Delves, Lea Ashton, Herbert Whone, Arthur Pellisier, George Carruthers, Jack Gerson, Joseph McGrath, Roddy MacMillan, James Gilbert, Eric Gould, G. Esaul and Eddie Ashton. Lyrics written by Iain Crawford, Lea Ashton, Albert D. Mackie, Arthur Pellissier, James Gilbert, Fecchi-Sana, Effie Morrison, James Robb, Eric Goold, Valerie Miller, Paul Curran and Kenneth R. Dawkins.
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Wild horses on 14 November 1947 at the Gaiety Theatre Ayr by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Witch errant between 22 March 1954 and 3 April 1954 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Witness for the prosecution between 3 October 1955 and 15 October 1955 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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