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ABBEY THEATRE.
Abbey Theatre collection
> Programs (bulk 1925-1942)

Series 2
Programs, 1921-1995 (bulk 1925-1942)
Box 2 - Box 8: folders 1-30

Arrangement Note

Arranged in chronological order.

Box Folder Content
2 1 1906 Feb 19 and following nights: YEATS, W.B., The Hour Glass; LADY GREGORY, Hyacinth Halvey; YEATS, W.B., Kathleen Ni Houlihan; SYNGE, J.M., Riders to the Sea; and BOYLE, William, The Eloquent Dempsy.
2 1a [1921?] August 11 and 13: SHAW, George Bernard, John Bull's Other Island
2 1b 1925 Feb 25 and following nights: YEATS, W.B., The Land of Heart's Desire
2 2 1925 October 19 and following nights: MacNAMARA, Brinsley, The Glorious Uncertainty
2 3 1925 October 26 and following nights: O'KELLY, Seumas, The Bribe; McHUGH, Martin, A Minute's Wait
2 4 1925 November 23 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, Portrait; O'CASEY, Sean, The Shadow of a Gunman
2 5 1925 November 3 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Professor Tim
2 6 1925 December 15 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Paul Twyning
2 7 1926 January 4 and following nights: YEATS, W.B., The Pot of Broth; MOLIERE, The Would-Be Gentleman: Translated and adapted by Lady Gregory
2 8 1926 January 12 and following nights: LADY GREGORY, The Rising of the Moon; MOLIERE, The Would-Be Gentleman: Translated and adapted by Lady Gregory
2 9 1926 January 18 and following nights: MURRAY, T.C., Sovereign Love; SHAW, George Bernard, Fanny's First Play
2 10 1926 April 3, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10: LADY GREGORY, The Workhouse Ward; MOLIERE, The Would-Be Gentleman: Translated and adapted by Lady Gregory
2 11 1926 Feb 28 and following nights: WILDE, Oscar, The Importance of Being Earnest (contains program note regarding costumes by Lennox Robinson)
2 12 1926 April 27 and following nights: MacNAMARA, Brinsley, The Glorious Uncertainty
2 13 1926 May 10 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Professor Tim
2 14 1926 July 12 and following nights: SYNGE, J.M., In the Shadow of the glen; MURRAY, T.C., Maurice Harte; LADY GREGORY, Spreading the News
2 15 1926 July 19 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, The Whiteheaded Boy; ROBINSON, Lennox, Crabbed By Youth and Age
2 16 1926 July 26 and following nights: MacNAMARA, Brinsley, Look at the Heffernans!
2 17 1926 August 2, 3, 4: SHIELS, George, Professor Tim
2 18 1926 August 30 and following nights: MURRAY, T.C., Autumn Fire
2 19 1926 September 13 and following nights: O'CASEY, Sean, Juno and the "Paycock"
2 20 1926 October 5 and following nights: COLUM, Padraic, Thomas Muskerry; MURRAY, T.C., Sovereign Love
2 21 1926 October 18 and following nights: SHAW, George Bernard, The Devil's Disciple
2 22 1926 October 26 and following nights: MacNAMARA, Brinsley, The Glorious Uncertainty
2 23 1926 November 2 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, The Rig House
2 24 1926 November 15 and following nights: MURRAY, T.C., Spring; SYNGE, J.M., Playboy of the Western World
2 25 1926 November 22 and following nights: SHAW, George Bernard, John Bull's Other Island
2 26 1926 December 13 and following nights: MacNAMARA, Brinsley, Look at the Heffernans!
2 27 1927 January 3 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Professor Tim
2 28 1927 January 3 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Professor Tim
2 29 1927 January 11 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, The White Blackbird; DUFFY, Bernard, The Coiner
2 30 1927 April 26 and following nights: MacNAMARA, Brinsley, The Land for the People; LADY GREGORY, Spreading the News
2 31 1927 May 2 and following nights: O'KELLY, Seumas, Meadowsweet; ROBINSON, Lennox, The Whiteheaded Boy
2 32 1927 July 4: MADDEN, M.C., Parted; O'CASEY, Sean, The Shadow of a Gunman
2 33 1927 July 11 and following nights: TCHECHOV, Anton, The Proposal; SYNGE, J.M., Playboy of the Western World
2 34 1927 July 18 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, The Round Table
2 35 1927 August 1, 2, 3: ROBINSON, Lennox, The Big House (contains sketch of "Ballydonal House")
2 36 1927 August 4, 5, 6: O'CASEY, Sean, Juno and the "Paycock"
2 37 1927 August 8 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Professor Tim
2 38 1927 August 8 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Professor Tim
2 39 1927 September 5 and following nights: SOPHOCLES, Oedipus the King: Prose version by W.B. Yeats (contains introduction by Lennox Robinson); SHAW, George Bernard, The Shewing Up of Blanco Posnet
2 40 1927 September 19 and following nights: SHAW, George Bernard, John Bull's Other Island
2 41 1927 September 26 and following nights: MacNAMARA, Brinsley, The Glorious Uncertainty
2 42 1927 August 29 and following nights: MURRAY, T.C., Autumn Fire
2 43 1927 October 11 and following nights: O'KELLY, Seumas, Meadowsweet; O'CASEY, Sean, The Shadow of a Gunman
2 44 1927 October 17 and following nights: MacNAMARA, Brinsley, Look at the Heffernans!
2 45 1927 October 24 and following nights: SHAW, George Bernard, Caesar and Cleopatra
2 46 1927 November 1 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, The Rig House
2 47 1927 November 8 and following nights: MURRAY, T.C., Birthright
2 48 1927 November 14 and following nights: SIERRA, G. Martinez, The Two Shepherds; LADY GREGORY, Spreading the News
2 49 1927 November 21 and following nights: O'CASEY, Sean, Juno and the "Paycock": (contains insert regarding café and the Peacock Theatre)
2 50 1927 November 21 and following nights: O'CASEY, Sean, Juno and the "Paycock"
2 51 1927 November 24 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Cartney and Kevney
2 52 1928 January 3 and following nights: MacNAMARA, Brinsley, The Glorious Uncertainty; LADY GREGORY, Hyacinth Valley
2 53 1928 January 9 and following nights: SHAW, George Bernard, John Bull's Other Island
2 54 1928 Feb 13 and following nights: SHAW, George Bernard, The Doctor's Dilemma
2 55 1928 Feb 27 and following nights: POWER, Arthur, The Drapier Letters; McNULTY, Edward, The Lord Mayor (contains note from Encyclopedia Britannica)
2 56 1928 March 12 and following nights: SYNGE, J.M., The Play of the Western World; O'GRADY, Fand, Apartments
2 57 1928 March 20 and following nights: SYNGE, J.M., The Shadows of the Glen; McNULTY, Edward, The Courting of Mary Doyle
2 58 1928 April 16 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, The White Blackbird; Ninette De Valois and her Pupils: Ballets
2 59 1928 April 30 and following nights: MURRAY, T.C., The Blind Wolf
2 60 1928 July 2 and following nights: O'CASEY, Sean, The Plough and the Stars
2 61 1928 July 9 and following nights: YEATS, W.B., Cathleen Ni Houlihan; SYNGE, J.M., The Playboy of the Western World
2 62 1928 July 23 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Professor Tim
2 63 1928 July 30 and following nights: MACARDLE, Dorothy, Ann Kavanaugh; MacNAMARA, Brinsley, The Glorious Uncertainty
2 64 1928 August 6, 7, 8: MURRAY, T.C., Maurice Harte; DUFFY, Bernard, The Coiner
2 65 1928 August 9, 10, 11: SHAW, George Bernard, John Bull's Other Island
2 66 1928 August 13, 14, 16, 17, 18: SYNGE, J.M., Riders to the Sea; ROBINSON, Lennox, The Whiteheaded Boy
2 67 1928 August 15: SHIELS, George, Professor Tim (contains insert regarding price of refreshments)
2 68 1928 August 20 and following nights: O'CASEY, Sean, Juno and the "Paycock"
2 69 1928 September 3 and following nights: ERVINE, John: Mixed Marriage; O'KELLY, Seumas, Meadowsweet
2 70 1928 October 2 and following nights: MURRAY, T.C., Autumn Fire
2 71 1928 October 8 and following nights: MacNAMARA, Brinsley, Look at the Heffernans!
2 72 1928 October 15 and following nights: LADY GREGORY, The Workhouse Ward; SHIELS, George, Cartney and Kevney
2 73 1928 October 6, 7, 8: O'CASEY, Sean, The Plough and the Stars
2 74 1928 November 19 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, The Big House
2 75 1928 January 15 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Paul Twyning
2 76 1929 Feb 25 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, Crabbed Youth and Age; O'CASEY, Sean, The Shadow of a Gunman
2 77 1929 March 30 and April 1, 2, 4, 5, 6: ROBINSON, Lennox, The Far-Off Hills
2 78 1929 May 20 and following nights: O'CASEY, Sean, The Plough and the Stars
2 79 1929 August 6, 8, 10: ROBINSON, Lennox, The Far-Off Hills (contains advertising insert for Pit Café)
2 80 1929 August 27-Sep 1: MacNAMARA, Brinsley, The Glorious Uncertainty; DUFFY, Bernard, The Coiner
2 81 1929 September 3-8: SHIELS, George, Paul Twyning
2 82 1929 September 10-15: O'LEARY, Margaret, The Woman
2 83 1929 September 17-22: LADY GREGORY, The Rising of the Moon; MURRAY, T.C., Birthright; O'GRADY, Fand, Apartments
2 84 1929 September 24-29: MURRAY, T.C., The Pipe in the Fields; McNULTY, Edward, The Courting of Mary Doyle (contains advertising insert for Pit Café)
2 85 1929 October 1-6: SHIELS, George, Professor Tim
2 86 1929 October 8-13: ROBINSON, Lennox, Ever the Twain
2 87 1929 October 15-20: ROBINSON, Lennox, Ever the Twain
2 88 1929 October 22-27: ROBINSON, Lennox, The Far-Off Hills
2 89 1929 October 29-Nov 3: LORD DUNSANY, The Gods of the Mountain; McNULTY, Edward, The Lord Mayor
2 90 1929 November 12-17: LADY GREGORY, Hyacinth Halvey; O'CASEY, Sean, The Shadow of a Gunman
2 91 1929 November 19-24: LADY GREGORY, Spreading the News; SOPHOCLES: Oedipus the King: Prose version by W.B. Yeats (contains introduction by Lennox Robinson)
2 92 1929 November 26-Dec 1: YEATS, W.B., The Pot of Broth; ERVINE, St. John, Mixed Marriage
2 93 1929 November 3 [sic] December 3-7: SHIELS, George, Mountain Dew
2 94 1929 December 26-29: O'CASEY, Sean, Juno and the "Paycock"
3 1 1930 January 7-12: ROBINSON, Lennox, The Far-Off Hills
3 2 1930 January 14-19: SHAW, George Bernard, Arms and the Man; LORD DUNSANY, A Night at an Inn
3 3 1930 January 21-26: LADY GREGORY, The Rising of the Moon; SYNGE, J.M., The Playboy of the Western World
3 4 1930 January 28-Feb 2: MAYNE, Rutherford, Peter
3 5 1930 Feb 4-9: MAYNE, Rutherford, Peter
3 6 1930 Feb 11-16: O'LEARY, Margaret, The Woman
3 7 1930 Feb 18-23: MACARDLE, Dorothy, Ann Kavanagh; ROBINSON, Lennox, The Whiteheaded Boy
3 8 1930 Feb 25-Mar 2: YEATS, W.B., The Countess Cathleen; O'CASEY, Sean, The Shadow of A Gunman
3 9 1930 March 4-9: SHIELS, George, Mountain Dew
3 10 1930 March 11-16: O'NEILL, Eugene, In the Zone; MURRAY, T.C., Birthright; ROBINSON, Lennox, Crabbed Youth and Age
3 11 1930 March 17: YEATS, W.B., Cathleen Ni Houlihan; McNULTY, Edward, The Lord Mayor
3 12 1930 March 18-23: YEATS, W.B., Cathleen Ni Houlihan; DEEVY, Teresa, The Reapers
3 13 1930 March 25-30: ROBINSON, Lennox, Ever the Twain
3 14 1930 April 1-6: O'CASEY, Sean, The Plough and the Stars (contains a picture and an actor replacement note)
3 15 1930 April 8-13: ROBINSON, Lennox, Never the Time and the Place; MacNAMARA, Brinsley, The Glorious Uncertainty
3 16 1930 April 19-27: SHIELS, George, The New Gossoon
3 17 1930 April 29-May 4: MURRAY, T.C., Autumn Fire
3 18 1930 May 6-11: LADY GREGORY, The White Cockade; O'GRADY, Fand, Apartments
3 19 1930 May 13-17: MAYNE, Rutherford, Peter
3 20 1930 July 1-5: SHIELS, George, The New Gossoon
3 21 1930 July 7-12: MURRAY, T.C., Spring; McNULTY, Edward, The Lord Mayor
3 22 1930 July 14 and following nights: O'CASEY, Sean, The Plough and the Stars
3 23 1930 July 21 and following nights: SHAW, George Bernard, John Bull's Other Island
3 24 1930 July 28 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Professor Tim (contains clipping on "Abbey Playwrights")
3 25 1930 August 4, 6, 8: SYNGE, J.M., The Playboy of the Western World; LADY GREGORY, The Rising of the Moon
3 26 1930 August 5, 7, 9: MacNAMARA, Brinsley, Look at the Heffernans!
3 27 1930 August 11 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, The Far-Off Hills
3 28 1930 August 18 and following nights: MURRAY, T.C., The Pipe in the Fields; O'CASEY, Sean,,The Shadow of a Gunman
3 29 1930 August 25 and following nights: YEATS, W.B., The Hour Glass; BOYLE, William, The Eloquent Dempsey (contains a seat voucher)
3 30 1930 September 1 and following nights: SHAW, George Bernard, Arms and the Man; LORD DUNSANY, A Night At an Inn
3 31 1930 September 8 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, Ever the Twain
3 32 1930 September 15 and following nights: COOPER, Bryan, Let the Credit Go
3 33 1930 September 22 and following nights: COOPER, Bryan, Let the Credit Go
3 34 1930 September 29 and following nights: LADY GREGORY, Dervorgilla
3 35 1930 October 6 and following nights: MAYNE, Rutherford, Peter
3 36 1930 October 13 and following nights: SHAW, George Bernard, The Doctor's Dilemma
3 37 1930 October 20 and following nights: SHIELS, George, The New Gossoon
3 38 1930 October 27 and following nights: SHAKESPEARE, William, King Lear
3 39 1930 November 4 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Professor Tim
3 40 1930 November 10 and following nights: MacNAMARA, Brinsley, Look at the Heffernans!
3 41 1930 November 17 and following nights: YEATS, W.B., The Words Upon the Window Payne; McNULTY, Edward, The Lord Mayor
3 42 1930 December 2 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, The Big House (contains sketch of "Ballydonal House")
3 43 1930 November 24 and following nights: MURRAY, T.C., Spring; BOYLE, William, The Mineral Workers
3 44 1931 January 12 and following nights: LADY GREGORY, The Workhouse Ward; SHERIDAN, Richard Brinsley, The Critic: Modernised by ROBINSON, Lennox (contains introduction by Lennox Robinson)
3 45 1931 January 19 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Paul Twyning
3 46 1931 January 26 and following nights: O'CASEY, Sean, The Plough and the Stars
3 47 1931 Feb 3 and following nights: MacNAMARA, Brinsley, The Master
3 48 1931 Feb 16 and following nights: ERVINE, St. John, John Ferguson
3 49 1931 Feb 23 and following nights: LEPREVOST, Andre, Peter the Liar; O'NEILL, Eugene, Emperor Jones
3 50 1931 March 3 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, The White Blackbird; O'GRADY, Fand, Apartments
3 51 1931 April 4 and following nights: COOPER, Bryan, Let the Credit Go
3 52 1931 April 14 and following nights: MACARDLE, Dorothy, Ann Kavanagh; BOYLE, William, The Eloquent Dempsey
3 53 1931 April 20 and following nights: SHIELS, George, The New Gossoon
3 54 1931 May 5 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Professor Tim
3 55 1931 May 11 and following nights: O'KELLY, Seumas, Meadowsweet; SHERIDAN, Richard Brinsley, The Critic: Modernised by Lennox Robinson (contains introduction by Lennox Robinson)
3 56 1931 May 25 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, The Far-Off Hills
3 57 1931 June 2 and following nights: YEATS, W.B., The Words Upon the Window Payne; O'CASEY, Sean, The Shadow of a Gunman
3 58 1931 June 8 and following nights: MURRAY, T.C., Birthright; SHAW, George Bernard, The Admirable Bashville or Constancy Unrewarded
3 59 1931 June 15 and following nights: SYNGE, J.M., Riders to the Sea; ERVINE, St. John, Mixed Marriage
3 60 1931 June 22 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Paul Twyning
3 61 1931 June 29 and following nights: SHAW, George Bernard, John Bull's Other Island
3 62 1931 July 13 and following nights: O'CASEY, Sean, The Plough and the Stars
3 63 1931 July 20 and following nights: MacNAMARA, Brinsley, Look at the Heffernans!
3 64 1931 July 27 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Mountain Dew
3 65 1931 August 3, 5, 7: LADY GREGORY, The Rising of the Moon; ROBINSON, Lennox, The Whiteheaded Boy
3 66 1931 August 4, 6, 8: O'CASEY, Sean, Juno and the "Paycock"
3 67 1931 August 11 and following nights: TOCHER, E.W., The Moon in the Yellow River
3 68 1931 August 31 and following nights: ERVINE, St. John, John Ferguson
3 69 1931 September 7 and following nights: SYNGE, J.M., The Playboy of the Western World; LADY GREGORY, Hyacinth Halvey
3 70 1931 September 15 and following nights: YEATS, W.B., The Land of Heart's Desire; MacNAMARA, Brinsley, The Glorious Uncertainty
3 71 1931 September 28 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Professor Tim
3 72 1931 December 26-Jan 3: O'CASEY, Sean, Juno and the "Paycock"
3 73 1931 December 26-Jan 3: O'CASEY, Sean, Juno and the "Paycock"
4 1 1932 January 25 and following nights: O'LEARY, Con, Queer Ones; BOYLE, William, Family Failing
4 2 1932 March 6: DRAPER, Ruth, original Character Sketches
4 3 1932 May 30 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, The Far-Off Hills
4 4 1932 June 6 and following nights: SHIELS, George, The New Gossoon
4 5 1932 June 13 and following nights: SHAW, George Bernard, John Bull's Other Island
4 6 1932 June 20, 22, 24: MURRAY, T.C., Autumn Fire
4 7 1932 June 21, 23, 25: SHIELS, George, Professor Tim
4 8 1932 June 27 and following nights: MURRAY, T.C., Michaelmas Eve
4 9 1932 July 5 and following nights: MURRAY, T.C., Michaelmas Eve
4 10 1932 July 11 and following nights: O'CASEY, Sean, Juno and the "Paycock"
4 11 1932 July 19 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Paul Twyning
4 12 1932 August 1, 5: O'CASEY, Sean, The Plough and the Stars
4 13 1932 August 2, 4, 6: YEATS, W.B., The Words Upon the Window Payne; MURRAY, T.C., Birthright; LADY GREGORY, The Workhouse Ward
4 14 1932 August 9 and 11: YEATS, W.B., Cathleen Ni Houlihan
4 15 1932 August 10, 12, 13: SYNGE, J.M., In the Shadow of the Glen; ROBINSON, Lennox, The Whiteheaded Boy
4 16 1932 August 23 and 25: ERVINE, St. John, John Ferguson
4 17 1932 August 24, 26, 27: O'CASEY, Sean, The Shadow of a Gunman; ROBINSON, Lennox, Crabbed Youth and Age
4 18 1932 August 29 and following nights: MacNAMARA, Brinsley, Look At the Heffernans!
4 19 1932 September 6 and following nights: CARROLL, Paul Vincent, Things That Are Caesar's
4 20 1932 September 20 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, The Rig House
4 21 1932 September 26 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, The Far-Off Hills
4 22 1933 April 15 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, Drama at Irish
4 23 1933 July 31 and following nights: MURRAY, T.C., Michaelmas Eve
4 24 1933 August 14 and following nights: MURRAY, T.C., The Pine in the Fields; SYNGE, J.M., The Playboy of the Western World
4 25 1933 August 28 and following nights: CARROLL, Paul Vincent, Things That Are Caesar's
4 26 1933 September 4 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Mountain Dew
4 27 1933 September 11 and following nights: MacNAMARA, Brinsley, Margaret Gillan
4 28 1933 September 18 and following nights: O'CASEY, Sean, The Plough and the Stars
4 29 1933 September 25 and following nights: O'LEARY, Frank X, 1920
4 30 1933 October 2 and following nights: MacNAMARA, Brinsley, Look at the Heffernans!
4 31 1933 October 9 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Paul Twyning
4 32 1933 October 16 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, Drama at Inish or Is Life Worth Living?: By permission of Sydney W. Carroll
4 33 1933 October 23 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, Drama at Inish or Is Life Worth Living?: By permission of Sydney W. Carroll
4 34 1933 October 30 and following nights: YEATS, W.B., The Words Upon the Window Payne; McNULTY, Edward, The Courting of Mary Doyle
4 35 1933 November 6 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, The Whiteheaded Boy; LADY GREGORY, The Rising of the Moon
4 36 1933 November 20 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Grogan and the Ferret
4 37 1933 November 27 and following nights: SOPHOCLES: Oedipus the King: Prose version by W.B. Yeats; MURRAY, T.C., Sovereign Love
4 38 1933 December 4, 5, 6: ERVINE, St. John, John Ferguson
4 39 1933 December 11 and following nights: SHIELS, George, The New Gossoon
4 40 1933 December 18-22: ROBINSON, Lennox, Never the Time and the Place; McNULTY, Edward, The Lord Mayor
4 41 [1933?]: SHIELS, George, Professor Tim (contains sketch of "Ballydonal House")
4 42 [1933?]: MacNAMARA, Brinsley, The Glorious Uncertainty
4 43 1934 January 4 and following nights: SHAW, George Bernard, You Never Can Tell
4 44 1934 January 8 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Professor Tim
4 45 1934 January 15 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, The Far-Off Hills
4 46 1934 January 22 and following nights: TOCHER, E.W., The Moon in the Yellow River
4 47 1934 January 29 and following nights: LADY GREGORY, Spreading the News; O'CASEY, Sean, The Shadow of a Gunman
4 48 1934 Feb 5 and following nights: POWER, Arthur, The Marriage Packet
4 49 1934 Feb 12 and following nights: MAYNE, Rutherford, Peter
4 50 1934 March 31, April 2 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Grogan and the Ferret
4 51 1934 April 9 and following nights: O'CASEY, Sean, Juno and the "Paycock"
4 52 1934 April 23 and following nights: O'NEILL, Eugene, Days Without End
4 53 1934 April 30 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, Drama at Inish or Is Life Worth Living? By permission of Sydney W. Carroll
4 54 1934 May 7 and following nights: MacNAMARA, Brinsley, Look at the Heffernans!
4 55 1934 May 14 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Mountain Dew
4 56 1934 May 28 and following nights: O'CASEY, Sean, The Plough and the Stars
4 57 1934 June 4 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Paul Twyning
4 58 1934 June 11, 12, 13: LADY GREGORY,,The Rising of the Moon; McNULTY, Edward, The Lord Mayor
4 59 1934 June 14, 15, 16: MacNAMARA, Brinsley, The Glorious Uncertainty
4 60 1934 June 26 and following nights: MAYNE, Rutherford, Bridgehead
4 61 1934 July 2 and following nights: SHIELS, George, The New Gossoon
4 62 1934 July 16 and following nights: SYNGE, J.M., In the Shadow of the Glen; McNULTY, Edward, The Courting of Mary Doyle
4 63 1934 July 24 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, All's over, Then?
4 64 1934 July 30 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, Church Street; YEATS, W.B., The Resurrection; YEATS, W.B., The King of the Great Clock Tower
4 65 1934 August 6, 8, 10: SHIELS, George, Grogan and the Ferret
4 66 1934 August 7, 9, 11: O'CASEY, Sean, Juno and the "Paycock"
4 67 1934 August 13 and following nights: O'NEILL, Eugene, Days Without End
4 68 1934 August 20, 21, 22: ROBINSON, Lennox, The Far-Off Hills
4 69 1934 August 23, 24, 25: LADY GREGORY, Spreading the News; SYNGE, J.M., The Playboy of the Western World
4 70 1934 August 28 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, Drama at Inish or Is Life Worth Living?: By permission of Sydney W. Carroll
4 71 1934 September 3 and following nights: O'CASEY, Sean, The Plough and the Stars
4 72 1934 September 10 and following nights: SYNGE, J.M., The Well of the Saints; LADY GREGORY, Hyacinth Halvey
4 73 1934 September 20, 21, 22: SYNGE, J.M., Riders to the Sea; McNULTY, Edward, The Lord Mayor
4 74 1934 October 1 and following nights: FEARON, W.R., Parnell of Avondale
4 75 1934 October 8 and following nights: FEARON, W.R., Parnell of Avondale (contains inserted announcement by Lennox Robinson)
4 76 1934 October 25 and following nights: SHAKESPEARE, William, Macbeth
4 77 1934 November 20 and following nights: SCHNITZLER, Arthur, Gallant Cassian
4 78 1934 December 3 and following nights: PIRANDELLO, Luigi, Six Characters in Search of an Author (contains insert announcing a play to follow and introduction by Lennox Robinson)
4 79 1934 December 10 and following nights: LORD DUNSANY, The Glittering Gate; LADY GREGORY, The Canavians
4 80 1934 December 26 and following nights: MUNRO, C.K., At Mrs. Beam's
5 1 1935 April 20 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, Drama at Inish or Is Life Worth Living?
5 2 1935 May 6 and following nights: O'KELLY, Seumas, The Parnellite
5 3 1935 August 5, 6, 7: MAYNE, Rutherford, Bridgehead
5 4 1935 August 8, 9, 10: O'CASEY, Sean, The Plough and the Stars
5 5 1935 August 12 and following nights: O'CASEY, Sean, The Silver Tassie
5 6 1935 August 19 and following nights: SHAW, George Bernard, John Bull's Other Island
5 7 1935 August 26 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Grogan and the Ferret
5 8 1935 September 2 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, The Far-Off Hills
5 9 1935 September 23 and following nights: SHIELS, George, The New Gossoon
5 10 1935 October 14 and following nights: FEARON, W.R., Parnell of Avondale
5 11 1935 October 21 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, Drama at Inish or Is Life Worth Living?
5 12 1935 October 28 and following nights: O'CASEY, Sean, Juno and the "Paycock"
5 13 1935 November 4 and following nights: OBEY, Andre, Noah: Translated by Arthur Wilmurt
5 14 1935 November 18 and following nights: OBEY, Andre, Noah: Translated by Arthur Wilmurt
5 15 1935 November 25 and following nights: MacNAMARA, Brinsley, The Glorious Uncertainty
5 16 1935 December 2 and following nights: PENAM, Jose Maria, A Saint in a Hurry: Translated by Hugh De Blacam
5 17 1935 December 9 and following nights: MOLLOY, Maura, Summer's Day (contains an announcement)
5 18 1935 December 16 and following nights: YEATS, W.B., The Words Upon the Window Payne; O'CASEY, Sean, The Shadow of a Gunman
5 19 1935 December 29: LADY GREGORY, The Rising of the Moon; YEATS, W.B., The Land of Heart's Desire; O'KELLY, Seumas, Meadowsweet
5 20 1935 December 26 and following nights: SHERIDAN, Richard Brinsley, The Critic or A Tragedy Rehearsed: Modernised by Lennox Robinson (contains introduction by Lennox Robinson)
5 21 1936 January 6 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Professor Tim
5 22 1936 January 22 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Paul Twyning
5 23 1936 January 27 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Paul Twyning
5 24 1936 Feb 3 and following nights: MacNAMARA, Brinsley, The Grand House in the City
5 25 1936 Feb 10 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Mountain Dew
5 26 1936 Feb 17 and following nights: O'CASEY, Sean, The Plough and the Stars
5 27 1936 March 2 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, The Far-Off Hills
5 28 1936 March 9 and following nights: MURRAY, T.C., Autumn Fire
5 29 1936 March 16 and following nights: DEEVY, Teresa, Katie Roche
5 30 1936 March 23 and following nights: MacNAMARA, Brinsley, Look at the Heffernans!
5 31 1936 March 30 and following nights: MAYNE, Rutherford, Bridgehead
5 32 1936 April 20 and following nights: MacNAMARA, Brinsley, The Grand House in the City
5 33 1936 April 27 and following nights: ERVINE, St. John, Boyd's Shop
5 34 1936 May 4 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Grogan and the Ferret
5 35 1936 May 11 and following nights: JOHNSTON, Denis, The Moon in the Yellow River
5 36 1936 May 18 and following nights: YEATS, W.B., The Shadowy Waters; O'CASEY, Sean, The Shadow of a Gunman
5 37 1936 May 25 and following nights: SHIELS, George, The New Gossoon
5 38 1936 June 1 and following nights: FLECKER, James Elroy, Hassan: Incidental music by Frederick Delius
5 39 1936 July 13 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, Drama at Inish or Is Life Worth Living?
5 40 1936 July 20 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, Drama at Inish or Is Life Worth Living?
5 41 1936 July 27 and following nights: DEEVY, Teresa, The King of Spain's Daughter; SYNGE, J.M., The Playboy of the Western World
5 42 1936 August 3, 5, 7: ROBINSON, Lennox, The Far-Off Hills
5 43 1936 August 4, 6, 8: COLUM, Padraic, Thomas Muskerry; O'KELLY, Seumas, Meadowsweet
5 44 1936 August 10 and following nights: DEEVY, Teresa, The King of Spain's Daughter; YEATS, W.B., Deirdre, O'KELLY, Seumas, Meadowsweet
5 45 1936 August 17 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Professor Tim
5 46 1936 August 24 and following nights: MOLLOY, Maura, Summer's Day; LADY GREGORY, The Rising of the Moon
5 47 1936 August 31 and following nights: LORD DUNSANY, The Glittering Gate; SYNGE, J.M., The Playboy of the Western World
5 48 1936 September 7 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, The Far-Off Hills
5 49 1936 September 14 and following nights: O'DALY, Cormac, The Silver Jubilee; O'RIORDAN, Conal, The Piper
5 50 1936 September 21 and following nights: O'CASEY, Sean, The Plough and the Stars
5 51 1936 September 28 and following nights: ERVINE, St. John, Boyd's Shop
5 52 1936 October 5 and following nights: YEATS, W.B., Kathleen Ni Houlihan; O'CASEY, Sean, The Shadow of a Gunman (contains marginalia on back page)
5 53 1936 October 19 and following nights: SHIELS, George, The Jailbird
5 54 1936 October 26 and following nights: SHIELS, George, The Passing Day
5 55 1936 November 2 and following nights: LADY GREGORY, Hyacinth Halvey; SHAW, George Bernard, Fanny's First Play
5 56 1936 November 9 and following nights: DEEVY, Teresa, The Wild Goose
5 57 1936 November 16 and following nights: O'CASEY, Sean, Juno and the "Paycock"
5 58 1936 November 23 and following nights: SHIELS, George, The New Gossoon (contains introduction regarding upcoming play by Lennox Robinson)
5 59 1936 November 30 and following nights: O'CALLAGHAN, Maeve, Wind from the West (contains introduction by Lennox Robinson)
5 60 1936 December 7 and following nights: O'CALLAGHAN, Maeve, Wind from the West: (contains introduction by Lennox Robinson and advertising insert from Cavendish Furniture Co., Ltd.)
5 61 1936 December 14 and following nights: SHIELS, George, The Jailbird
6 1 1937 January 11 and following nights: TOLLER, Ernst and JOHNSTON, Denis, Blind Man's Buff
6 2 1937 January 18 and following nights: TOLLER, Ernst and JOHNSTON, Denis, Blind Man's Buff (contains introduction regarding an upcoming play by Frank O'Connor)
6 3 1937 January 25 and following nights: CARROLL, Paul Vincent, Shadow and Substance
6 4 1937 Feb 1 and following nights: YEATS, W.B., STEPHENS, James, and HIGGINS, F.R., Songs and Poems; DEEVY, Teresa, Katie Roche
6 5 1937 Feb 8 and following nights: O'DALY, Cormac, The Silver Jubilee; O'CASEY, Sean, The End of the Beginning
6 6 1937 Feb 15 and following nights: MacNAMARA, Brinsley, Margaret Gillan
6 7 1937 Feb 22 and following nights: FANNING, A.P., Vigil; SHAW, George Bernard, Arms and the Man
6 8 1937 March 1 and following nights: O'CASEY, Sean, The Plough and the Stars
6 9 1937 March 8 and following nights: MacNAMARA, Brinsley, Look at the Heffernans?
6 10 1937 March 15 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, Drama at Inish or Is Life Worth Living?
6 11 1937 April 12 and following nights: SHIELS, George, "Quin's Secret"(contains introduction regarding upcoming play)
6 12 1937 April 19 and following nights: LADY GREGORY, Dervorgilla; ROBINSON, Lennox, Killycreggs in Twilight
6 13 1937 April 26 and following nights: SHIELS, George, The Jailbirds
6 14 1937 May 3, 4, 5: ERVINE, St. John, Boyd's Shop
6 15 1937 May 6, 7, 8: CARROLL, Paul Vincent, Shadow and Substance
6 16 1937 May 10 and following nights: O'CASEY, Sean, Juno and the "Paycock": (contains introduction regarding upcoming play)
6 17 1937 May 24 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Grogan and the Ferret
6 18 1937 July 12 and following nights: TOLLER, Ernst and JOHNSTON, Denis, Blind Man's Buff
6 19 1937 July 19 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, The Far-Off Hills
6 20 1937 July 26 and following nights: SHIELS, George, The New Gossoon
6 21 1937 August 9 and following nights: O'CALLAGHAN, Maeve, The Patriot
6 22 1937 August 16 and following nights: LADY GREGORY, The Rising of the Moon; SYNGE, J.M., The Playboy of the Western World
6 23 1937 August 23 and following nights: MURRAY, T.C., Spring; DEEVY, Teresa, Temporal Powers
6 24 1937 September 6 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, The Lost Leader
6 25 1937 September 13 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Quin's Secret
6 26 1937 September 20 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, Drama at Inish or Is Life Worth Living?
6 27 1937 September 27 and following nights: D'ALTON, Louis, The Man in the Cloak
6 28 1937 October 4 and following nights: D'ALTON, Louis, The Man in the Cloak
6 29 1937 October 11 and following nights: ERVINE, St. John, Boyd's Shop
6 30 1937 October 25 and following nights: HUNT, Hugh and O'CONNOR, Frank, The Invincible
6 31 1937 November 1 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, The Far-Off Hills
6 32 1937 November 8 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Cartney and Kevney
6 33 1937 November 15 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Cartney and Kevney
6 34 1937 November 22 and following nights: CARROLL, Paul V., Coggerers; SYNGE, J.M., The Playboy of the Western World
6 35 1937 November 29 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, The Whiteheaded Boy
6 36 1938 January 3 and following nights: O'FAOLAIN, Sean, She Had to do Something: (contains actor replacement notice)
6 37 1938 January 10 and following nights: SHIELS, George, The New Gossoon
6 38 1938 January 24 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Neal Maquade
6 39 1938 January 31 and following nights: HUNT, Hugh and O'CONNOR, Frank, The Invincibles
6 40 1938 Feb 7 and following nights: ERVINE, St. John, Boyd's Shop
6 41 1938 Feb 14 and following nights: MURRAY, T.C., A Spot in the Sun
6 42 1938 Feb 21 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, Drama at Inish or Is Life Worth Living?
6 43 1938 Feb 28 and following nights: HUNT, Hugh and O'CONNOR, Frank, Moses' Rock
6 44 1938 March 7 and following nights: HUNT, Hugh and O'CONNOR, Frank, Moses' Rock
6 45 1938 March 21 and following nights: TOLLER, Ernst and JOHNSTON, Denis,,Blind Man's Buff
6 46 1938 March 28 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Quin's Secret
6 47 1938 April 4 and following nights: LADY GREGORY, The Rising of the Moon; YEATS, W.B., On Baile's Strand; GANLY, Andrew, The Dear Queen
6 48 1938 April 18 and following nights: O'CASEY, Sean, The Plough and the Stars
6 49 1938 April 25 and following nights: O'CASEY, Sean, The Plough and the Stars
6 50 1938 May 2 and following nights: SHIELS, George, The New Gossoon
6 51 1938 May 16 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, The Far-Off Hills
6 52 1938 May 23 and following nights: SYNGE, J.M., Riders to the Sea; SYNGE, J.M., The Well of the Saints (contains announcement regarding a benefit performance)
6 53 1938 July 11 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, Church Street; LADY GREGORY, Damer's Gold
6 54 1938 July 18 and following nights: MURRAY, T.C., Maurice Harte; SHAW, George Bernard, The Shewing-Up of Blanco Posnet
6 55 1938 July 25 and following nights: JOHNSTON, Denis, The Moon in the Yellow River
6 56 1938 August 1, 2, 3: CARROLL, Paul Vincent, Shadow and Substance
6 57 1938 August 4, 5, 6: HUNT, Hugh and O'CONNOR, Frank, The Invincibles
6 58 1938 August 22 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, Drama at Inish or Is Life Worth Living?
6 59 1938 September 19 and following nights: FOLEY, Charles, The Great Adventure; ROBINSON, Lennox, Bird's Nest
6 60 1938 September 26 and following nights: TOLLER, Ernst and JOHNSTON, Denis, Blind Man's Buff
6 61 1938 October 3 and following nights: SHIELS, George, The Jailbird
6 62 1938 October 10 and following nights: RYNEE, Mary, Pilgrims
6 63 1938 October 17 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, The Far-Off Hills
6 64 1938 October 24 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Quin's Secret
6 65 1938 October 31 and following nights: O'CASEY, Sean, Juno and the "Paycock": (contains insert from Gaiety Theatre)
6 66 1938 November 7 and following nights: LADY GREGORY, The Gaol Gate
6 67 1938 November 14 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Professor Tim
6 68 1938 November 21 and following nights: ERVINE, St. John, Boyd's Shop
6 69 1938 November 28 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Grogan and the Ferret
6 70 1938 December 5 and following nights: YEATS, W.B., Purgatory; SYNGE, J.M., The Playboy of the Western World
6 71 1938 December 12 and following nights: O'CASEY, Sean, The Shadow of a Gunman; De BHILMOT, Seamus, Baintighearna an Ghorta
6 72 1938 December 26 and following nights: O'CONNOR, Frank, Time's Pocket
7 1 1939 January 2 and following nights: O'CASEY, Sean, The Plough and the Stars
7 2 1939 January 9 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Paul Twyning
7 3 1939 January 16 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Paul Twyning
7 4 1939 January 23 and following nights: SHIELS, George, The Jailbird
7 5 1939 Feb 6 and following nights: SYNGE, J.M., In the Shadow of the Glen
7 6 1939 Feb 13 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, Drama at Inish or Is Life Worth Living?
7 7 1939 Feb 20 and following nights: SHIELS, George, The New Gossoon
7 8 1939 Feb 27 and following nights: TOLLER, Ernst and JOHNSTON, Denis, Blind Man's Buff
7 9 1939 March 6 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Professor Tim
7 10 1939 March 20 and following nights: WALTON, Louis, To-Morrow Never Comes
7 11 1939 March 27 and following nights: ERVINE, St. John, Mixed Marriage; SHAW, George Bernard, Village Wooing
7 12 1939 April 3, 4, 5, 6: LADY GREGORY, The Story Brought by Bright
7 13 1939 April 17 and following nights: MONTGOMERY, J.K, The Heritage
7 14 1939 April 24 and following nights: GANLY, Andrew, The Dear Queen; ROBINSON, Lennox, Bird's Nest
7 15 1939 May 1 and following nights: CARROLL, Paul V, Shadow and Substance
7 16 1939 May 8 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Insurance Money; ROBINSON, Lennox, Never the Time and the Place
7 17 1939 May 22 and following nights: O'CASEY, Sean, Juno and the "Paycock"
7 18 1939 May 29 and following nights: O'DALY, Cormac, The Silver Jubilee
7 19 1939 July 3 and following nights: MONTGOMERY, J.K, The Heritage
7 20 1939 July 10 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Grogan and the Ferret
7 21 1939 July 24 and following nights: MAYNE, Rutherford, Bridgehead
7 22 1939 July 31 and following nights: MURRAY, T.C., Illumination; O'CONNOR, Frank, In the Train: Dramatised by Hugh Hunt
7 23 1939 August 7, 8, 9: SHIELS, George, The Jailbird
7 24 1939 August 10, 11, 12: ERVINE, St. John, Boyd's Shop (contains advertising insert for The Arrow)
7 25 1939 August 14 and following nights: O'CASEY, Sean, The Plough and the Stars
7 26 1939 August 21 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Paul Twyning (contains advertising insert for The Arrow)
7 27 1939 September 4 and following nights: DEEVY, Teresa, The King of Spain's Daughter; O'CASEY, Sean, The Shadow of a Gunman
7 28 1939 September 11 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Professor Tim
7 29 1939 September 18 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, Drama at Inish or Is Life Worth Living?
7 30 1939 October 2 and following nights: O'CASEY, Sean, The Plough and the Stars: (contains advertising insert for The Irish Ballet Club)
7 31 1939 October 9 and following nights: MURRAY, T.C., Illumination; O'CONNOR, Frank, In the Train: Dramatised by Hugh Hunt
7 32 1939 October 16 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, The Far-Off Hills
7 33 1939 October 23 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, The Whiteheaded Boy
7 34 1939 October 30 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Give Him a House
7 35 1939 November 6 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Give Him a House
7 36 1939 November 13 and following nights: ERVINE, St. John, Boyd's Shop
7 37 1939 November 20 and following nights: SHIELS, George, The New Gossoon
7 38 1939 November 27 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Quin's Secret
7 39 1939 December 4 and following nights: O'CONNOR, Frank, They Went by the Bus
7 40 1939 December 11 and following nights: SHIELS, George, The Jailbird
7 41 1939 December 26 and following nights: MacNAMARA, Brinsley, Look at the Heffernans!
7 42 1940 January 8 and following nights: ERVINE, St. John, Mixed Marriage; SHAW, George Bernard, Village Wooing
7 43 1940 January 15 and following nights: O'CASEY, Sean, Juno and the "Paycock"
7 44 1940 January 22 and following nights: MURRAY, T.C., Spring; ROBINSON, Lennox, Bird's Nest
7 45 1940 Feb 5 and following nights: MURRAY, T.C., Sovereign Love; ROBINSON, Lennox, The Whiteheaded Boy
7 46 1940 Feb 12 and following nights: MAYNE, Rutherford, Bridgehead
7 47 1940 Feb 19 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Paul Twyning
7 48 1940 March 4 and following nights: CARROLL, Paul V., Shadow and Substance
7 49 1940 March 11 and following nights: SHIELS, George, Give Him a House
7 50 1940 April 1 and following nights: ERVINE, St. John, William John Mawhinney
7 51 1940 April 8 and following nights: MONTGOMERY, J.K, The Heritage
7 52 1940 April 15 and following nights: O'DALY, Cormac, The Silver Jubilee; O'CONNOR, Frank, In the Train: Dramatised by Hugh Hunt
7 53 1940 April 22 and following nights: CONNOR, Elizabeth, Mount Prospect
7 54 1940 April 29 and following nights: CONNOR, Elizabeth, Mount Prospect
7 55 1940 May 6 and following nights: MacNAMARA, Brinsley, The Glorious Uncertainty
7 56 1940 May 13 and following nights: MacADAM, Nora, Birth of a Giant; The Birth of the Infanta [ballet]
7 57 1940 May 20 and following nights: SHIELS, George, The Passing Day
7 58 1940 May 27 and following nights: MacNAMARA, Brinsley, Look at the Heffernans!
7 59 1940 July 1 and following nights: SHIELS, George, The Jailbirds
7 60 1940 July 8 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, The Far-Off Hills
7 61 1940 July 15 and following nights: HEPENSTALL, W.D., To-day and Yesterday
7 62 1940 July 29 and following nights: HEPENSTALL, W.D., To-day and Yesterday
7 63 1940 October 1 and following nights: SHIELS, George, The Rugged Path (souvenir programme containing author's biography and pictures of scenes from the play)
7 64 1940 October 21 and following nights: SHIELS, George, The Rugged Path
7 65 1940 October 28 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, Drama at Inish or Is Life Worth Living?
7 66 1940 November 11 and following nights: FEILDEN, Olga, Three to Go
7 67 1940 November 18 and following nights: CONNOR, Elizabeth, Mount Prospect
7 68 1940 November 25 and following nights: CARNEY, Frank, Peeping Tom
7 69 1940 December 2 and following nights: CARNEY, Frank, Peeping Tom (contains notice regarding replacement of an actor)
7 70 1941 January 20 and following nights: McHUGH, Roger, Trial at Green Street Courthouse
7 71 1941 March 3 and following nights: SHIELS, George, The Summit
7 72 1941 March 10 and following nights: D'ALTON, Louis, The Money Doesn't Matter
7 73 1941 May 19 and following nights: WALL, Mervyn, The Lady in the Twilight
7 74 1941 July 7 and following nights: ERVINE, St. John, Friends and Relations
7 75 1941 July 28 and following nights: MAYNE, Rutherford, Peter
7 76 1941 August 11 and following nights: MAYNE, Rutherford, Peter
7 77 1941 August 25 and following nights: McGINN, Bernard, Remembered for Ever
7 78 1941 October 14 and following nights: CONNOR, Elizabeth, Swans and Geese
8 1 1942 January 12 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, Forget-Me-Not: (contains insert announcing dates of upcoming plays (2 copies))
8 2 1942 January 19 and following nights: SHIELS, George, The Jailbirds
8 3 1942 April 27 and following nights: SHIELS, George, The Fort Field
8 4 1942 May 25 and following nights: LADY GREGORY, The Gaol Gate; LADY GREGORY, The Canavans
8 5 1942 July 27 and following nights: MacCARTHY, B.G., The Whip Hand
8 6 1942 August 3 and following nights: STUART, Francis, Strange Guest
8 7 1942 August 10 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, The Whiteheaded Boy
8 8 1942 August 17 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, The Whiteheaded Boy
8 9 1942 September 21 and following nights: CONNOR, Elizabeth, An Apple a Day
8 10 1942 October 26 and following nights: FITZMAURICE, George, The Country Dressmaker (contains insert announcing upcoming play)
8 11 1942 December 1 and following nights: O'CASEY, Sean, Juno and the "Paycock": (contains two ticket stubs)
8 12 1942 December 14 and following nights: ROBINSON, Lennox, The Clancy Name; ROBINSON, Lennox, Church Street
8 13 1942 December 26 and following nights: SYNGE, J.M., The Playboy of the Western World
8 14 1944 February 14 and following nights: CARROLL, Paul V., "The Wise Have Not Spoken"
8 15 1944 August 28 and following nights: TOMELTY, Joseph, The End House
8 16 1956 September 10: JOHNSTON, Denis, Strange Occurrence on Ireland's Eye (with details of Chekhow's one act comedy, The Proposal)
8 17 1967 April 10: FRIEL, Brian, The Loves of Cass McGuire
8 18 1980 April 10: O'CASEY, Sean, Red Roses for Me
8 19 1983 March 17: FRIEL, Brian, Translations
8 20 1988 June 27: Mac INTYRE, Tom, Snow White
8 21 1990 February 20: O'CASEY Sean, The Silver Tassie
8 22 1990 November 27: FRIEL, Brian, Faith Healer
8 23 1991 November 27: BOUCHICAULT, Dion, The Corsican Brothers
8 24 1993 June 30: FRIEL, Brian, Wonderful Tennessee
8 25 1993 December 8: KEANE, John B., Sive (with associated Irish Times article)
8 26 1993 October 6: MURPHY, Tom, Famine
8 27 1994 February 15: McGUINNESS, Frank, The Bird Sanctuary
8 28 1994 July 20: SHAW, George Barnard, The Doctor's Dilemma
8 29 1994 December 27: SYNGE, J.M., The Well of the Saints
8 30 1995 April 12: FRIEL, Brian, Philadelphia, Here I Come
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