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  • Event: NIGHT OUT, A
  • Person:

    author : Grossmith, George, Mr., 1874-1935 (son of author George Grossmith and brother of Lawrence Grossmith)

    author : Miller, Arthur, Mr., fl.1920s

    composer : Redstone, Willie, Mr.,c.1883-, 1949 (Parisian born conductor and composer originally Wilhelm Rottenstein)

    lyricist : Grey, Clifford, Mr., 1887-1941

    actor : Holloway, Stanley, Mr., 1890-1982

    actor : MacFarlane, Elsa, Miss, fl.1930s

    actor : Monkman, Phyllis, Miss, 1892-1976

    actor : Leslie, Fred, Mr., 1855-1892 (star of musical comedies and burlesques)

    actor : St. Audrie, Stella, Miss, c.1876-1925

    actor : Henson, Leslie, Mr., 1891-1957

    actor : Melford, Austin, Mr., 1884-1971 (British stage, revue and film actor born Austin Alfred Smith)

    actor : Burnaby, Davy, Mr., 1881-1949

    actor : Leigh, Mary, Miss

    actor : Russell, Irene, Miss, fl.1920s-30s

    actor : Hurst, Dorothy, Miss

    actor : Seymour, Eileen, Miss

    actor : Howard, Norah, Miss, 1901-1968

    actor : Roberts, Ralph, Mr., 1869-1944

    actor : Mussiere, Lucien, Mr., c.1890-1973

    actor : Graham, Ernest, Mr.

    actor : Debenham, Dorothy, Miss

    actor : Losanne, Suzanne, Miss

    actor : Stackard, Beryl, Miss

    actor : Bentham, Audrey, Miss

    actor : Nightingale, Cinders, Miss

    actor : Faulkner, Marjorie, Miss

    actor : Lille, Viola, Miss

    actor : Anson, Lena, Miss

    actor : Bellamy, Hilda, Miss

    actor : Field, Dorothy, Miss

    actor : Leigh, Maxine, Miss

    actor : Sylvino, Madge, Miss, fl.1920s

    actor : Scott, Janette, Miss

    actor : Weston, Kathleen, Miss, fl.1920s-30s

    actor : Shields, Betty, Miss

    actor : Mars, Marjorie, Miss, fl.1920s-40s

    actor : Priddy, Phyllis, Miss

    actor : Murray, Beryl, Miss

    actor : Ross, Gladys, Miss

    actor : Hardie, Marjorie, Miss

    actor : Mandeville, Joyce, Miss

    actor : Handley, Olive, Miss

    actor : Symonds, Nita, Miss,fl.1920s

    actor : Camp, Austin, Mr.

    actor : Lyndhurst, Hugh, Mr.

    actor : Wigham, James, Mr., fl.1920s

    actor : Edmund, Michael, Mr.

    actor : Lord, Frederick, Mr.

    actor : Hall, Stephen, Mr.

    actor : Knott, Gerald, Mr.

  • Date: 18.9.1920
  • Brief description: Play Pictorial, v.37, 1920, No.224
  • Identifier: UKC-PER-PLY-371920c
  • Theatre: Winter Garden Theatre, Drury Lane & Westminster & London & England

Further Details

  • Accession Number: UKC-PER-PLY-371920c
  • Event: NIGHT OUT, A
  • Content note:

    "George Grossmith and Edward Laurillard present (By Arrangement With J.M. and R. Gatti)".

    "A Musical Play"

    "Adapted by George Grossmith and Arthur Miller from the French Comedy, 'L'Hotel du Libre Echange' by Georges Feydeau and Maurice Desvallieres."

    Lily St. John appears "(By courtesy of Andre Charlot)".

    "'Les Danse des Chiffoniers,' in Act II., Scene II., by Miss Molly Gilmour and Espinosa."

  • Associated people:

    author : Grossmith, George, Mr., 1874-1935 (son of author George Grossmith and brother of Lawrence Grossmith)

    author : Miller, Arthur, Mr., fl.1920s

    composer : Redstone, Willie, Mr.,c.1883-, 1949 (Parisian born conductor and composer originally Wilhelm Rottenstein)

    lyricist : Grey, Clifford, Mr., 1887-1941

    actor : Holloway, Stanley, Mr., 1890-1982

    actor : MacFarlane, Elsa, Miss, fl.1930s

    actor : Monkman, Phyllis, Miss, 1892-1976

    actor : Leslie, Fred, Mr., 1855-1892 (star of musical comedies and burlesques)

    actor : St. Audrie, Stella, Miss, c.1876-1925

    actor : Henson, Leslie, Mr., 1891-1957

    actor : Melford, Austin, Mr., 1884-1971 (British stage, revue and film actor born Austin Alfred Smith)

    actor : Burnaby, Davy, Mr., 1881-1949

    actor : Leigh, Mary, Miss

    actor : Russell, Irene, Miss, fl.1920s-30s

    actor : Hurst, Dorothy, Miss

    actor : Seymour, Eileen, Miss

    actor : Howard, Norah, Miss, 1901-1968

    actor : Roberts, Ralph, Mr., 1869-1944

    actor : Mussiere, Lucien, Mr., c.1890-1973

    actor : Graham, Ernest, Mr.

    actor : Debenham, Dorothy, Miss

    actor : Losanne, Suzanne, Miss

    actor : Stackard, Beryl, Miss

    actor : Bentham, Audrey, Miss

    actor : Nightingale, Cinders, Miss

    actor : Faulkner, Marjorie, Miss

    actor : Lille, Viola, Miss

    actor : Anson, Lena, Miss

    actor : Bellamy, Hilda, Miss

    actor : Field, Dorothy, Miss

    actor : Leigh, Maxine, Miss

    actor : Sylvino, Madge, Miss, fl.1920s

    actor : Scott, Janette, Miss

    actor : Weston, Kathleen, Miss, fl.1920s-30s

    actor : Shields, Betty, Miss

    actor : Mars, Marjorie, Miss, fl.1920s-40s

    actor : Priddy, Phyllis, Miss

    actor : Murray, Beryl, Miss

    actor : Ross, Gladys, Miss

    actor : Hardie, Marjorie, Miss

    actor : Mandeville, Joyce, Miss

    actor : Handley, Olive, Miss

    actor : Symonds, Nita, Miss,fl.1920s

    actor : Camp, Austin, Mr.

    actor : Lyndhurst, Hugh, Mr.

    actor : Wigham, James, Mr., fl.1920s

    actor : Edmund, Michael, Mr.

    actor : Lord, Frederick, Mr.

    actor : Hall, Stephen, Mr.

    actor : Knott, Gerald, Mr.

  • Description level: 4
  • Material type: play review
  • Identity code: UKC/PER/PLY/371920c
  • Location: Special Collections' Store
  • Part: Reading Rayner Collection
  • Date: 18.9.1920
  • Recordcreation note: The cast list is accompanied by a description of the plot and photographs of the actors in character and in scenes from the play. In particular Mr. Stanley Holloway as Rene, Miss Elsa MacFarlane as Kiki, Miss Phyllis Monkman as Victorine, Mr. Austin Melford as Maxime, Mr. Fred Leslie as Maurice Paillard, Mr. Leslie Henson as Joseph Pinglet, Miss Stella St. Audrie as Madame Pinglet, Mr. Lucien Mussiere as Bastien, Mr. Ralph Roberts as Boulot and Mr. David Burnaby as Matthieu.
  • Person:

    licensee : Grossmith, George, Mr., 1874-1935 (son of author George Grossmith and brother of Lawrence Grossmith)

    licensee : Laurillard, Edward, Mr., 1870-1936

    general manager : Foster, Edward, Mr., 1876-1927

    stage director : Ellison, Sydney, Mr.

    assistant manager : Fimpel, E., Mr.

    treasurer : Fimpel, E., Mr.

    assistant stage manager : Brightman, Stanley, Mr., 1888-1961(producing manager and dramatic author)

    assistant stage manager : Smythe, Frank, Mr.

    musical director : Redstone, Willie, Mr.,c.1883-, 1949 (Parisian born conductor and composer originally Wilhelm Rottenstein)

    producer : Reynolds, Thomas, Mr., c.1880-1947

    choreographer : Espinosa

    scenery painter : Hart, Leolyn, Mr.

  • Theatre: Winter Garden Theatre, Drury Lane & Westminster & London & England
  • Repository: Special Collections, University of Kent at Canterbury

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