A Midnight Meeting
Examiner of Plays' Summary:
The 'meeting' is between a well-to-do lady of 35 who thinks it is her 'duty to marry in war-time' but unfortunately has no lovers, and a gentleman, down on his luck, who is amateurishly attempting his first burglary because he is in want of a meal. The burglar's proposed victim surprises him in more ways than one, for she not only presses upon him an impromptu supper, but discovers in him the husband whom it is her patriotic duty to marry. Bright and amusing in its whimsical way; and Recommended for license, Ernest A. Bendall.
Licensed On: 9 Jul 1915
License Number: 3569
British Library Reference: LCP1915/18
British Library Classmark: Add MS 66104 N
|9 Jul 1915||Queen's Theatre, London||Unknown||Licensed Performance|