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Postcards of Plays Performed at the Ambassdors Theatre, Southend in the 1920s and early 30s

Below are twenty three Postcards showing some of the Southend Repertory Company's Productions at the Ambassadors Theatre in the 1920s and early 30s. The cards were kindly sent in by Dan Raymond who says that his late Grandmother Katie Dempster, who lived in Westcliff and left the cards to him, loved the Theatre and probably went to all the plays shown in the cards - Click the images to enlarge.

Creaking Chair - Southend Repertory Company

The Marriage of Kitty - Southend Repertory Company

The Second Mrs Tanqueray - Southend Repertory Company

Moths - Southend Repertory Company

Dear Brutus - Southend Repertory Company

The Crimson Alibi - Southend Repertory Company

Our Flat - Southend Repertory Company

When We Were Twenty One - Southend Repertory Company

Maria Marten - Southend Repertory Company

The Case of Lady Camber - Southend Repertory Company

Scene from What Every Woman Knows

Sorrows of Satan - Southend Repertory Company

Scene from Under Cover

Love Among the Paint Pots - Southend Repertory Company

Ambrose Applejohn's Adventure - Southend Repertory Company

Tons of Money - Southend Repertory Company

Beacham's Wills - Southend Repertory Company

The Beggar Prince - Southend Repertory Company

The Red Lamp - Southend Repertory Company

Pygmalion - Southend Repertory Company

Carnival - Southend Repertory Company

Bulldog Drummond - Southend Repertory Company

The New Clown - Southend Repertory Company

Above - Postcards of Plays Performed at the Ambassdors Theatre, Southend in the 1920s and early 30s - Courtesy Dan Raymond and his late Grandmother Katie Dempster.

 

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