Examiner of Plays' Summary:
This is a capital bit of propaganda. Alf comes home on leave and finds his little sister, at work on aeroplanes, going on strike - she doesn't know why - and his young woman, also earning good money, buying expensive hats, and nothing put into war bonds. So he gives them some straight talk, the results which is that is sister goes back to work, his girl throws away the new hat, and his old mother puts savings in the war instead of buying a new carpet. It is all done humorously and with plenty of observation. Recommended for Licence G. S. Street
Licensed On: 2 Apr 1918
License Number: 1494
British Library Reference: LCP1918/6
British Library Classmark: Add MS 66188 U
|1 Apr 1918||Surrey Theatre, London||Professional||Licensed Performance|
|16 Apr 1918||Gillsmith's Hippodrome, Cheltenham||Professional|
Performing in the same bill were: Una Brewer (Comedienne and instrumentalist), Raymond and Ivy (Vocalists and Dancers), The Altos, Mundi-Next, Enid Courtenay and Sisters.
|22 Apr 1918||Hippodrome, Coventry||Professional|
Performed for the week at this venue. Also in the bill were: Miss Florence Wray, Archie Goodall (hoop act), Sargeant Brennan (diabolo player), Walter Wade (vocal comedian), Lowdini (Tramp Violinist), Florence Rattray (Soprano).