Great War Theatre

Examiner of Plays' Summary:

A simple pretty little idyll of the war and of two Belgian lovers. Gertrude is alone in a farm, disguised, having escaped from Louvain. Philippe, wounded, comes begging a bandage and wine. At first he does not recognise her she takes off her disguise; they fall into one another's arms. She wants him to stay, but he loves honour more and after hearing music celebrating a victory of our troops and the Belgians she lets him go. It is partly sung in pretty little verse. Recommended for License. G. S. Street

Licensed On: 7 Jul 1915

License Number: 3557

British Library Reference: LCP1915/18

British Library Classmark: Add MS 66104 B

Performances

DateTheatreType
13 Jul 1915 Court Theatre, LondonProfessional Licensed Performance
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Performed at the Royal Court Theatre on Tuesday 13 July as part of a Special Matinee, alongside 'Remember Louvain' by Captain R. W. Mockridge.