Annie Horniman: A Pioneer in the Theatre
A biography of Annie Horniman, who was a campaigner for the arts and founder of the British repertory movement. Friend of W.B.Yeats and secret backer of Shaw's "Arms and the Man", she subsequently bought the Abbey Theatre and the Gaiety Theatre where she worked with Sybil Thorndike.
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The Horniman Family
The Years of Mystery 18931903
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