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Total number of entries found: 109

A babble of green fields between 5 March 1946 and 30 March 1946 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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A comedy of good and evil between 25 September 1944 and 7 October 1944 at the Athenaeum Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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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 master of men between 12 December 1944 and 23 December 1944 at the Athenaeum Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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A new way to pay old debts between 31 October 1944 and 18 November 1944 at the Athenaeum Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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A scrape o' the pen on 12 December 1965 at the Metropole Theatre (St George's Cross) Glasgow
Filmed for Scottish Television
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A scrape of the pen on 12 December 1965 at the Metropole Theatre (St George's Cross) Glasgow
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Ane satyre of the Thrie Estaites between 24 August 1948 and 12 September 1948 at the Assembly Hall, Church of Scotland Edinburgh
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Beneath the wee red lums between 26 March 1956 and 7 April 1956 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Bull market between 13 March 1944 and 1 April 1944 at the Athenaeum Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Cornelia between 15 April 1946 and 26 April 1946 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Day in day out between 13 May 1946 and 25 May 1946 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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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 July 1947 and 12 July 1947 at the His Majesty's Theatre Aberdeen
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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 1 December 1952 and 6 December 1952 at the Gaiety Theatre Ayr by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Dr Angelus between 23 June 1947 and 5 July 1947 at the Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh
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Engaged between 11 November 1946 and 23 November 1946 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
Part of double bill with The happy journey to Trenton and Camden.
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Exercise bowler on 28 October 1946 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Fanny's first play between 28 January 1946 and 16 February 1946 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Five past eight on 27 May 1955 at the King's Theatre Edinburgh
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Five past eight on 3 June 1955 at the King's Theatre Edinburgh
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Five past eight on 10 June 1955 at the King's Theatre Edinburgh
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Five past eight on 8 July 1955 at the King's Theatre Edinburgh
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Five past eight on 16 July 1955 at the King's Theatre Edinburgh
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Flood fund concert on 22 February 1953 at the Empire Theatre Glasgow
In aid of the Lord Provost's Flood and Tempest Fund
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Green cars go east between 17 November 1952 and 29 November 1952 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Green cars go east between 10 November 1952 and 15 November 1952 at the Gaiety Theatre Ayr by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Half past eight on 6 May 1954 at the Alhambra Theatre Glasgow
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Half past eight between 3 September 1953 and 16 September 1953 at the Theatre Royal Glasgow
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Half past eight between 25 June 1953 and 8 July 1953 at the Theatre Royal Glasgow
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Half past eight on 6 May 1954 at the Alhambra Theatre Glasgow
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Half past eight on 6 May 1954 at the Alhambra Theatre Glasgow
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Half past eight between 7 October 1954 and 16 October 1954 at the Alhambra Theatre Glasgow
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Half past eight between 3 September 1953 and 16 September 1953 at the Theatre Royal Glasgow
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Half past eight between 23 October 1954 and 6 October 1954 at the Alhambra Theatre Glasgow
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Half past eight between 23 October 1954 and 6 October 1954 at the Alhambra Theatre Glasgow
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Half past eight between 9 September 1954 and 22 September 1954 at the Alhambra Theatre Glasgow
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Half past eight between 28 May 1953 and 10 June 1953 at the Theatre Royal Glasgow
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Half past eight on 6 May 1954 at the Alhambra Theatre Glasgow
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Half past eight on 6 May 1954 at the Alhambra Theatre Glasgow
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Half past eight between 23 September 1954 and 6 October 1954 at the Alhambra Theatre Glasgow
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Half past eight on 22 July 1953 at the Theatre Royal Glasgow
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Half past eight on 6 May 1954 at the Alhambra Theatre Glasgow
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Half past eight on 6 May 1954 at the Alhambra Theatre Glasgow
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Hedda Gabler between 23 January 1945 and 10 February 1945 at the Athenaeum Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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In good King Charles's golden days on 11 September 1946 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Is life worth living? between 31 January 1944 and 19 February 1944 at the Athenaeum Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
Alternatively entitled Drama at Inish
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It looks like a change between 9 December 1946 and 21 December 1946 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Jamie the Saxt between 31 March 1947 and 19 April 1947 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Jamie the Saxt between 21 April 1947 and 3 May 1947 at the Perth Theatre Perth by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Jane between 4 October 1948 and 16 October 1948 at the Dundee Repertory Theatre Dundee by Dundee Repertory Theatre Company
Based upon an original story by W. Somerset Maugham.
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Johnson over Jordan between 11 September 1945 and 18 October 1945 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
Scottish premiere. In repertoire. This was the first play staged by the company in the Royal Princess's Theatre in the Gorbals, which was later renamed the Citizens' Theatre
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Kate Kennedy between 27 May 1946 and 8 June 1946 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Lady Precious Stream between 23 December 1946 and 25 January 1947 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Love in Albania between 23 May 1949 and 28 May 1949 at the Prince of Wales Theatre Cardiff, Wales by The Company of Four
A Tennent Productions Ltd tour in association with the Arts Council of Great Britain
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Love in Albania between 6 June 1949 and 9 July 1949 at the Lyric Theatre Hammersmith, London by The Company of Four
A Tennent Productions Ltd tour in association with the Arts Council of Great Britain
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Love in Albania between 16 May 1949 and 21 May 1949 at the Palace Theatre Bath by The Company of Four
A Tennent Productions Ltd tour in association with the Arts Council of Great Britain. The play is the first of the Bath Assembly's new plays and it is it's first performance outside Scotland
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Love in Albania between 30 May 1949 and 4 June 1949 at the Theatre Royal Brighton by The Company of Four
A Tennent Productions Ltd tour in association with the Arts Council of Great Britain
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Love in Albania between 11 July 1949 and 23 July 1949 at the St James's Theatre London by The Company of Four
A Tennent Productions Ltd tour in association with the Arts Council of Great Britain
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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
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Merry-ma-tanzie between 19 December 1957 and 8 February 1958 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
World premiere. An entertainment with music. Words and music for several pieces written specially by David Climie and Ronald Cass, Arthur Macrae and Richard Addinsell and Michael Flanders and Donald Swann.
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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 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 between 1 April 1946 and 13 April 1946 at the Royal Princess's 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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Muckle ado between 21 January 1957 and 2 February 1957 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
By arrangement with the Edinburgh Gateway Company, the play will commence 60 seconds after the curtain has been raised at its world premiere in Edinburgh
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One Traveller Returns at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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One traveller returns between 10 June 1946 and 29 June 1946 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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One traveller returns between 26 August 1946 and 31 August 1946 at the Empire Theatre Inverness by Citizens' Theatre Company
The role of Hamlet was specially written for David Steuart, who temporarily left the Perth Theatre, where he is director, producer and leading actor, to appear as guest artist with the Citizens' Company for this production
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Polonaise on 21 April 1947 at the Royal Princess's 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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Ring round the moon between 12 November 1956 and 23 November 1956 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
Translation subtitled "A charade with music"
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Shall we join the ladies between 26 November 1945 and 11 December 1945 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
Part of double bill with Glory Hole by Patrick Griffin and John Wilson. In repertoire
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Stardust on 21 January 1952 at the Theatre Royal Glasgow
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Strictly for the birds at the Metropole Theatre (St George's Cross) Glasgow
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Strictly for the birds at the Metropole Theatre (St George's Cross) Glasgow
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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 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 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 coast of Coromandel between 16 February 1959 and 21 February 1959 at the Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh
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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 25 December 1944 and 20 January 1945 at the Athenaeum Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The government inspector between 13 March 1945 and 31 March 1945 at the Athenaeum Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
The company's final production at the Athenaeum Theatre before moving to the Princess's Theatre
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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 lass wi' the muckle mou' between 6 December 1954 and 18 December 1954 at the Gateway Theatre Edinburgh by Edinburgh Gateway Company
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The master builder between 18 April 1931 and 24 April 1931 at the Keir Hardie Institute Glasgow by The Tron Theatre Club
First production by the newly established experimental theatre with private performances of the play given before members and friends on the 14th, 18th, 21st, 22nd and 24th of April.
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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 Mortimer touch on 14 April 1952 at the King's Theatre Glasgow
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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 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 pyrate's den between 18 December 1945 and 12 January 1946 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The pyrate's den between 18 December 1945 and 12 January 1946 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
First performance on any stage
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The scientific singers between 1 May 1950 and 6 May 1950 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
In repertoire 1950 May 15-20
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The simpleton of the unexpected isles between 21 October 1944 and 10 December 1944 at the Athenaeum Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The three estates between 22 August 1948 and 12 September 1948 at the Assembly Hall, Church of Scotland Edinburgh
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The Tintock cup between 20 December 1949 and 1 April 1950 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
Christmas extravaganza extended to 1 April 1950 as a result of its popularity. The play was written by James Bridie under the pseudonym of A. P. Kellock, with contributions from the cast of the Citizens' Theatre Company, in the 13 letter title tradition of the old Princess's pantomimes
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The treasure ship between 9 October 1944 and 28 October 1944 at the Athenaeum Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The white-headed boy between 13 February 1945 and 10 March 1945 at the Athenaeum Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The white-headed boy at the Lyric Theatre Glasgow by The Scottish National Players
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These our actors between 1 October 1956 and 12 October 1956 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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To meet the Macgregors on 30 September 1946 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Toom Byres between 14 September 1945 and 10 November 1945 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
In repertoire. Molly Urquhart was released from the production in order to play her old role in The Forrigan Reel which opened at the Sadler's Wells Theatre, Lonodn on 1945 October 22
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Victory square between 15 January 1946 and 26 January 1946 at the Royal Princess's Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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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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You're only young twice
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