Changes at the Theatre
Mr. Fredric Harrison announces that he is unable to produce Mr. Jubilee Drax at the Haymarket next Tuesday as he hoped. The date of production will be fixed shortly.
To avoid clashing with the new Gaiety production, Messers. Vedrenne and Eadie have altered the date of the first performance of The Hawk at the Royalty from Saturday, September 16 to Friday, September 15.
A Comedy of the Trenches.
At last we have a Revue that will appeal to the artistic, “Flying Colours,” the new Hippodrome production, is something more than an amusing entertainment. There is none of the riotous noise associated with revue, and what fun there is is clean and healthy. Brainsfatherland is all too short a scene of trench life by Captain Bruce Brainsfather and Mr Macdonald Hastings.…
The London Hippodrome revue Flying Colours was produced on 16th September 1916 and ran for 203 performances. (The provisional date was set for 9th September 1916). With a book and lyrics by Albert de Courville and Wal Pink and music by William F. Peters the piece was staged by William J. Wilson and produced by Albert de Courville. The cast included Little Tich, Dorothy Ward, Ray Cox, Gabrielle…
Gabrielle Ray (Giesen Bros. A 142)