Contributor Harry Tighe
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Other Names Henry Tighe
Gender Male
Nationality Australian
Date of Birth 16 July 1877
Date of Death 1946
Functions Author, Playwright, Producer
Notes Born near Newcastle (NSW), died Manly. Educated England and published novels with four plays produced. He returned to Australia 1932 and worked with Independent and then returned to UK.
NLA http://nla.gov.au/nla.party-587992
Events
  • Open Spaces, Nimrod Downstairs, Surry Hills, NSW, 16 January 1983
  • Intrigue, New South Wales Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, NSW, 4 July 1941
  • The Reparation, Thea Rowe Theatre, The Rocks, NSW, 28 May 1940
  • Open Spaces, Lyceum Club, Sydney, NSW, 9 November 1939
  • The Four Poster, The Savoy Theatre, Sydney, NSW, 14 February 1934
  • The Fatal Year, The Savoy Theatre, Sydney, NSW, 14 February 1934
  • Hoboes All, The Savoy Theatre, Sydney, NSW, 14 February 1934
  • The Missing Jewels, The Savoy Theatre, Sydney, NSW, 14 February 1934
  • When Half Gods Go, The Savoy Theatre, Sydney, NSW, 11 November 1933
  • Bushfires, The Fortune Theatre, London, Greater London, England, April 1931
  • By Candle Light, St James' Hall (1887-1961), Sydney, NSW, 6 August 1930
  • Man Hans, London, London, England, 1930
  • Old Mrs. Wiley, Q Theatre, Brentford, Greater London, England, 26 September 1927

Playwright

  • Open Spaces, Nimrod Downstairs, Surry Hills, NSW, 16 January 1983
  • Intrigue, New South Wales Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, NSW, 4 July 1941
  • The Reparation, Thea Rowe Theatre, The Rocks, NSW, 28 May 1940
  • Open Spaces, Lyceum Club, Sydney, NSW, 9 November 1939
  • Bushfires, The Fortune Theatre, London, Greater London, England, April 1931
  • Man Hans, London, London, England, 1930
  • Old Mrs. Wiley, Q Theatre, Brentford, Greater London, England, 26 September 1927

Director

Producer

  • Hoboes All, The Savoy Theatre, Sydney, NSW, 14 February 1934
  • By Candle Light, St James' Hall (1887-1961), Sydney, NSW, 6 August 1930

Doris Fitton - Actor, Producer, Director

Stanley Hildebrandt - Actor

  • Hoboes All, The Savoy Theatre, Sydney, NSW, 14 February 1934
  • The Fatal Year, The Savoy Theatre, Sydney, NSW, 14 February 1934

C. Hansby Read - Playwright

  • Hoboes All, The Savoy Theatre, Sydney, NSW, 14 February 1934
  • The Fatal Year, The Savoy Theatre, Sydney, NSW, 14 February 1934

Patricia Cole - Actor

Allan Davis - Actor

Charles Edgbaston - Playwright

Don Finley - Set Designer

R. J. Fletcher - Playwright

Siegfried Geyer - Playwright

Edith Goodall - Actor

  • Old Mrs. Wiley, Q Theatre, Brentford, Greater London, England, 26 September 1927

Harry Graham - Translator

J. E. Harold - Playwright

  • Man Hans, London, London, England, 1930

John Holland - Actor

Frederick Hughes - Director

  • Intrigue, New South Wales Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, NSW, 4 July 1941

Norman Loring - Producer

  • Old Mrs. Wiley, Q Theatre, Brentford, Greater London, England, 26 September 1927

Albert H. Moroney - Playwright

Rosalind Page - Actor

Richard Parry - Actor

Anne Peck - Actor

  • Open Spaces, Lyceum Club, Sydney, NSW, 9 November 1939

Frederick Peisley - Actor

  • Old Mrs. Wiley, Q Theatre, Brentford, Greater London, England, 26 September 1927

Betty Price - Actor

  • Old Mrs. Wiley, Q Theatre, Brentford, Greater London, England, 26 September 1927

Nancy Price - Actor

  • Old Mrs. Wiley, Q Theatre, Brentford, Greater London, England, 26 September 1927

Alfred Race - Actor

  • Open Spaces, Lyceum Club, Sydney, NSW, 9 November 1939

Edward Samuel - Actor

  • Hoboes All, The Savoy Theatre, Sydney, NSW, 14 February 1934

Harry Scott - Actor

  • Hoboes All, The Savoy Theatre, Sydney, NSW, 14 February 1934

George Skillan - Actor

  • Old Mrs. Wiley, Q Theatre, Brentford, Greater London, England, 26 September 1927

Irene Thirkell - Actor

Laura West - Actor

  • Open Spaces, Lyceum Club, Sydney, NSW, 9 November 1939

Dora Wilcox - Playwright

The Independent Theatre

Phoenix Theatre Productions

  • Intrigue, New South Wales Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, NSW, 4 July 1941

The Thirty-Eight Theatre, Sydney

  • Open Spaces, Lyceum Club, Sydney, NSW, 9 November 1939
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Identifier 227990