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...the theatre was filled up


to the last inch of standing room...on each night people turned away from the doors disappointed.


The Inverness Courier, Rob Roy review, 2nd March 1915 ”


In 1932 the Sir Walter Scott centenary was celebrated


with a production of Rob Roy, once again featuring Tom Snowie, Donald Dallas and Paterson, with Carrie Cruickshank as Diana Vernon. A reviewer wrote “Inverness has seen many fine performances of this production, but we doubt if there has been such a satisfying one, or if it has been presented so completely as it was last night...Mr Tom Snowie, who is thoroughly familiar with the part of Rob Roy, gave a strong and forcible impersonation of that character, and Mr Donald Dallas as Dougal always delighted the audience with his pungent manner of expression and fearless and defiant gestures...Much credit is due to the producer, Mr Andrew Paterson, and the stage manager, Mr Tom Snowie, for the success of the performance.”


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