Play and Pageant Union puts on "Adam Bell"

Adam Bell was a legendary English outlaw who lived in Inglewood Forest and may have been the basis for the story of Robin Hood. In 1931 the Play and Pageant Union put on a performance of a retelling of his life, which the Queen Mother, then Duchess of York, attended.

Play and Pageant Union puts on "Adam Bell"
Related person/organisation
1913 June Masque
Formed after World War I in 1920 after uniting the Pageant Committee with the indoor dramatic activities of the Suburb, it eventually merged with the Speedwell Players in 1966 to form the Garden Suburb Theatre which is still active now.