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Total number of entries found: 20

Adventure story between 23 September 1949 and 8 October 1949 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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An enemy of the people between 29 March 1949 and 16 April 1949 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
New adaptation for Citizens' Theatre
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Ane satyre of the Thrie Estaites between 12 August 1984 and 1 September 1984 at the Assembly Hall, Church of Scotland Edinburgh by Scottish Theatre Company
In collaboration with Edinburgh International Festival
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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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Let wives tak tent on 6 June 1949 at the Embassy Theatre London by Citizens' Theatre Company
Glasgow Citizens' Theatre's entry for the Art Council's repertory festival in the Embassy Theatre, London.
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Love in Albania between 7 February 1949 and 26 February 1949 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
World premiere
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Macbeth between 18 January 1949 and 5 February 1949 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Meeting at night between 17 May 1954 and 29 May 1954 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
Archibald James is a pseudonym for James Bridie and Archibald Batty, who collaborated in the writing of the play
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Morning departure between 18 April 1949 and 30 April 1949 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' 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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Restless heart on 25 February 1957 at the Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh
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The devil was an Irishman between 28 February 1949 and 12 March 1949 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
First time on any stage.
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The face at the window between 2 May 1949 and 21 May 1949 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The gentle shepherd at the Royal High School Edinburgh
Edinburgh International Festival
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The glass menagerie between 1 December 1949 and 6 December 1949 at the Gaiety Theatre Ayr by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The late Christopher Bean at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow
Adapted by Emlyn Williams from Rene Fauchois' comedy "Prenez garde a la peinture"
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The master builder between 4 April 1984 and 28 April 1984 at the Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh by Royal Lyceum Theatre Company
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The queen's husband between 8 March 1945 and 24 March 1945 at the Park Theatre Glasgow by Park Repertory Company
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The second Mrs Tanqueray on 26 June 1950 at the Theatre Royal Glasgow
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You're only young twice
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