Great War Theatre

Examiner of Plays' Summary:

An ingenious and amateurish domestic drama of Welsh life, showing an old farmer’s mistake in preferring as suitor for his daughter the apparently prosperous steward Lloyd, to the tramp sheltered by him out of kindness and subsequently employed as farmhand. While the thieving steward turns out to be in the pay of the Germans, the humble tramp proves to be a fugitive of position and means, both willing and able to repay for the farmer’s kindness by helping his family out of its troubles.

Licensed On: 12 Apr 1916

License Number: 176



British Library Reference: LCP1916/8

British Library Classmark: Add MS 66129 I


1 May 1916 Guild Hall, CarnarvonUnknown Licensed Performance