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The White Devil - Amateur Productions

1920 - The Marlowe Society, Cambridge

March 1920

See: The Times, 19 March 1920

1925 - The Renaissance Theatre Society

directed by Edith Craig at the Scala, London; 11 October 1925

See: The Stage, 15 October 1925

        James Agate, Brief Chronicles (London: J. Cape, 1943), 144-6

1948 - The Marlowe Society, Cambridge

directed by George Rylands, the production was part of the 'Summer Festival [...] toured to Germany under auspices of British Council & Foreign Office (flown in during the Berlin Airlift!)' (The Marlowe Society)

1949 - Leeds University Theatre Group

directed by John Boorman

1957 - The Maddermarket Theatre, Norwich

May 1957

1957 - The Tavistock Repertory Company

directed by Kay Gardner at the Tower Theatre, London, 18-20 and 24-26 October 1957  

1959 - Oxford

1964 - The Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts

1969 - The Tavistock Repertory Company

directed by Brian Tapply at the Tower Theatre, Canonbury, London, 9-24 May 1969

The White Devil - 1969 © The Tavistock Repertory Company

The White Devil - 1969 © The Tavistock Repertory Company

1972 - Leeds Arts Centre

performed October 1972

The White Devil 1972 © Leeds Arts Centre  

1973 - the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art

directed by Philip Allen-Morgan, February 1973

1975 - Liverpool University English Department

directed by Carol Barton and Jane Macnaught at the Eleanor Rathbone Theatre, University of Liverpool, 5-8 March, 1975

1975 - Gods Theatre Company

directed by Carol Boyle at the Wolfson Theatre, Churchill College, Cambridge, November 1975

1977 - The Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama

directed by Edward Argent at the Third Eye Centre, Glasgow, 1-5 March 1977

1977 - Crawford Centre for Arts

directed by Malcolm Edwards at the Drama Studio, Crawford Centre for Arts, University of St Andrews, December 1977

1978 - Newcastle University Theatre Society

directed by Lorraine Monk at the Gulbenkian Studio, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 14-17 January 1978; taken to the National Union of Students Drama Festival at Easter and to the Oxford Playhouse

1980 - The Questors Theatre Company

performed at the Questors Playhouse, Ealing - London

1981 - Maddermarket Theatre, Norwich

opened 20 November 1981

1981 - The Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts

at the Vanbrugh Theatre, London, 9 -12 December 1981

1999 - University of London Dramatic Society

directed by Richard Sparnon at Royal Holloway; 4-5 March 1999

1999 - *King Alfred's College

directed by Stevie Simkin at the Arts Centre Studio, King Alfred's College of HE, Winchester; 30 November - 2 December 1999

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2004 - Bristol Old Vic Theatre School

directed by Robert Hamlin at the Redgrave Theatre, Bristol; 18-28 February 2004; reviewed by: Bryony Jones, 'Soap opera: 17th century style', BBC Bristol, 20 February 2004

2004 - Oxford University Drama Society

Poisoned Skull Productions: six performances at the Old Fire Station Theatre, Oxford; 9-13 March 2004