Category Archives: Theatre

Saturday February 20th

I write this on Sunday as I got back too late last night. I spent most of the breaks trying to get people to take the places of the ‘plague stricken’ and go to the Coronet Theatre in the evening … Continue reading

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Sunday November 15th

. I have been reading with some pleasure Ellen Terry’s autobiography, which, I think, is charmingly written and in admirable good taste. Two things have specifically interested me today in it, one when, as the girl-wife of G. F. Watts … Continue reading

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Monday November 9th

. This evening we went to Barrie’s play ‘What Every Woman Knows’, a most charming piece and very well acted especially Hilda Trevelyan and Gerald du Maurier. Theatre crammed with well-dressed people and very enthusiastic. I have simply lived in … Continue reading

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