Great War Theatre

Examiner of Plays' Summary:

Nibs was a fox-terrier and was entrusted by a man at the front to the girl he was engaged to, who went to stay in a country cottage. Nibs was accused of spoiling the vicar’s geraniums and killing the colonel’s pheasants, but redeemed his character by giving the alarm when the vicar’s child fell into the pond, and it was discovered that the slayer of pheasants was another dog. Simplicity could hardly be carried further, but the effect is quite pleasant. Recommended for license. G. S. Street

Licensed On: 19 May 1916

License Number: 256



British Library Reference: LCP1916/12

British Library Classmark: Add MS 66133 J


N/A Gaiety Theatre, ManchesterUnknown Licensed Performance