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This is a list of plays that our records show Ursula JEANS has acted in. Restart your search.

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Passing Brompton Road Criterion Theatre, London 1922-1923
Escape Ambassadors Theatre, London 1926-1927
Fanatics, The Ambassadors Theatre, London 1927-1928
Grand Hotel Adelphi Theatre, London 1931-1932 Adapted by Edward Knoblock.
Shakespeare Birthday Festival Old Vic, London 1933-1934
Love for Love Old Vic, London 1933-1934
Twelfth Night Old Vic, London 1933-1934
Tempest, The Old Vic, London 1933-1934
Love for Love Sadler's Wells, London 1933-1934
Importance of Being Earnest, The Old Vic, London 1933-1934
Measure for Measure Old Vic, London 1933-1934
Henry VIII Old Vic, London 1933-1934
Cherry Orchard, The Old Vic, London 1933-1934
Shakespeare Birthday Festival Old Vic, London 1934-1935
Short Story Prince's Theatre, Bristol 1935-1936
Country Wife, The Old Vic, London 1936-1937 In association with Gilbert Miller
People of Our Class New Theatre, London 1937-1938
Shakespeare Birthday Festival Old Vic, London 1938-1939
Enemy of the People, An Old Vic, London 1938-1939 New text by Norman Ginsbury
She Stoops To Conquer Old Vic, London 1938-1939
Taming of the Shrew, The Old Vic, London 1938-1939
Country Wife, The Little Theatre, London 1939-1940 Organisation of the play and the actors are referred to in various draft letters by Herbert Farjeon
Dear Brutus Globe Theatre, London 1940-1941
Banbury Nose, The Wyndam's Theatre, London 1944-1945
Ever Since Paradise Hippodrome, Bristol 1946-1947
Merry Wives of Windsor, The Old Vic, London 1950-1951
Twelfth Night Old Vic, London 1950-1951 Performance on 14th November 1950 celebrating the re-opening of the Old Vic Theatre after it had been damaged by enemy action on 10th May 1941. Programmes contain newspaper reviews.
Captain Brassbound's Conversion Old Vic, London 1950-1951 Programme has newspaper review inserted
Bartholomew Fair Old Vic, London 1950-1951
Watch on the Rhine Hippodrome, Bristol 1953-1954
Double-Dealer, The Old Vic, London 1959-1960
Elephant's Foot, The Theatre Royal, Bath 1964-1965
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