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Keywords: Perchance To Dream


II IMAGING, most playgoers will be satisfied by Mr. Colin Morris's " play of adventure." It is all it modestly claims to be; it is sincere; and its cast offers a humorously, and generously observed gallery of army types, deftly built it: significant snatches of dialogue.--(Adelphin

W. J. 1.


Miss Phyllis Dixie has a certain kind of " reputation, " to keep up and apparently she also has an audience with whom she has to keep tryst The, is w1.13. While Patents Sleep is not suitable for any children from 6 it) 60.--(Whitehall). M. C

PERCHANCE TO DREAM 11,1/4,14. Novello as a purveyor of entertainment seldom snakes a false step, but in his latest he makes the mistake of crying to •be a little too realistic. And so we get an Wien love

affair in each act Far better to remain in the Cloud Cuckoo Land he has inhabited so long and with such success. Music. decor. ballet, cast are in the 'proved and approved Novelle tradition and, as he himself said in his after-curtain speech, " I think we've got another one."—(Hippodrome)

G. C.


AsiyaNci of variety acts to pass a couple of hours,. some in the good old English tradition and others erstaz American. Eddie Gray and Hal Moray fall into the former class (the latter would be no less funny if some

of his gags were laundered). Luke warm ? Yes.—(Stoll.) W. J. 1.

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