One and Three A Dozen
Examiner of Plays' Summary:
Described as a 'comedy song scene', this little piece is practically a monologue for a discontented washerwoman who, besides being poorly paid, has all sorts of grievances against her employer, a woman almost as vulgar as she is herself. Her grumbling is characteristic of her class, and it ends by her taking away some of the linen to make up for the non-payment of her account. It is poor common stuff but there is no harm in the realistic talk nor in the incidental song. Recommended for license. Ernest A. Bendall.
Licensed On: 17 Dec 1918
License Number: 1623
British Library Reference: LCP1918/11
British Library Classmark: Add MS 66193 D
|17 Jun 1918||Hippodrome, Rotherhithe||Unknown||Licensed Performance|