Great War Theatre

Examiner of Plays' Summary:

The proceedings of Camilla, a young wife, attract the suspicions of her husband - and the audience. She pawns his present of a diamond necklace, goes out on mysterious errands and so forth. He finds an apparently incriminating letter. So when from the window he sees her meet a man he fires at him, but happily the shot is turned by a body shield (a suspicious present from Camilla - the man is going to the front), for the man is Camilla’s brother, who had done time and got into debt, and she vows to have no more secrets from her husband. A harmless trifle. Recommended for licence, G. S. Street.

Licensed On: 5 Sep 1918

License Number: 1759




British Library Reference: LCP1918/16

British Library Classmark: Add MS 66198 D


16 Sep 1918 Hippodrome, CheltenhamUnknown Licensed Performance