Great War Theatre

Examiner of Plays' Summary:

This is evidently part of an entertainment for soldiers and no doubt written by one: its technicalities would be beyond average civilians. The idea is that two yeomanry lieutenants, with half a dozen men apiece, are manoeuvring against one another and argue their respective cases before an umpire. The fun is got out of their improvised make-believe, a flower-pot for a field gun etc. etc. it should appeal as a joke to soldiers in training, and there is no possible harm in it. Recommended for license, G. S. Street

Licensed On: 15 Dec 1915

License Number: 3918



British Library Reference: LCP1915/33

British Library Classmark: Add MS 66119 T


N/A Corn Hill, HaksworthUnknown Licensed Performance