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  • Event: SO THIS IS LOVE
  • Person:

    author : Lupino, Stanley, Mr., 1894-1942 (son of Geroge Lupino and Florence Webster, brother of Barry Lupino)

    author : Rigby, Arthur, Mr., 1900-1971 (sometimes credited as Arthur Rigby Jr.)

    composer : Brody, Hal, Mr.

    lyricist : Carter, Desmond, Mr., d.1939

    pianist : Clarke, Jack, Mr.

    pianist : Hedley, H. B., Mr.

    pianist : Myddleton, George, Mr.

    actor : Rolph, Dudley, Mr., fl.1930s

    actor : Flower, Gilly, Miss

    actor : Nugent, Reita, Miss

    actor : Leslie, Sylvia, Miss, 1900-

    actor : Cliff, Laddie, Mr., 1891-1962 (actor and manager)

    actor : Ritchard, Cyril, Mr., 1897-1977 (Australian actor born Cyril Trimmell-Ritchard sometimes credited as Cyrill Ritchard)

    actor : Elliott, Madge, Miss, 1898-1955

    actor : Wallis, Walter E., Mr., fl.1920s

    actor : Lupino, Stanley, Mr., 1894-1942 (son of Geroge Lupino and Florence Webster, brother of Barry Lupino)

    actor : Emerald, Connie, Miss, 1892-1959

    actor : Locke, Ewart, Mr.

    actor : Hall, William, Mr.

    actor : Lord, Frederick, Mr.

    actor : Croome, James, Mr.

  • Date: 1929
  • Brief description: Play Pictorial, v.53, 1928, No.319
  • Identifier: UKC-PER-PLY-531928d
  • Theatre: Winter Garden Theatre, Drury Lane & Westminster & London & England

Further Details

  • Accession Number: UKC-PER-PLY-531928d
  • Event: SO THIS IS LOVE
  • Content note:

    "A New Musical Play in Two Acts".

    The "Friends of Hon. Peter Malden" are played by "The John Tiller Girls".

  • Associated people:

    author : Lupino, Stanley, Mr., 1894-1942 (son of Geroge Lupino and Florence Webster, brother of Barry Lupino)

    author : Rigby, Arthur, Mr., 1900-1971 (sometimes credited as Arthur Rigby Jr.)

    composer : Brody, Hal, Mr.

    lyricist : Carter, Desmond, Mr., d.1939

    pianist : Clarke, Jack, Mr.

    pianist : Hedley, H. B., Mr.

    pianist : Myddleton, George, Mr.

    actor : Rolph, Dudley, Mr., fl.1930s

    actor : Flower, Gilly, Miss

    actor : Nugent, Reita, Miss

    actor : Leslie, Sylvia, Miss, 1900-

    actor : Cliff, Laddie, Mr., 1891-1962 (actor and manager)

    actor : Ritchard, Cyril, Mr., 1897-1977 (Australian actor born Cyril Trimmell-Ritchard sometimes credited as Cyrill Ritchard)

    actor : Elliott, Madge, Miss, 1898-1955

    actor : Wallis, Walter E., Mr., fl.1920s

    actor : Lupino, Stanley, Mr., 1894-1942 (son of Geroge Lupino and Florence Webster, brother of Barry Lupino)

    actor : Emerald, Connie, Miss, 1892-1959

    actor : Locke, Ewart, Mr.

    actor : Hall, William, Mr.

    actor : Lord, Frederick, Mr.

    actor : Croome, James, Mr.

  • Description level: 4
  • Material type: play review
  • Identity code: UKC/PER/PLY/531928d
  • Location: Special Collections' Store
  • Part: Reading Rayner Collection
  • Date: 1929
  • Recordcreation note: The cast list is accompanied by a description of the plot and photographs of the actors in character and in scenes from the play. In particular Gilly Flower as Billie St. John, Dudley Rolph as Guy Steeple, Laddie Cliff as Hap J. Hazzard, Sylvia Leslie as Kitty Carleton, Cyril Ritchard as the Hon. Peter Malden, Madge Elliott as Pamela Stuart, Connie Emerald as Minnie Griggs, Stanley Lupino as Potiphar Griggs, Ewart Locke as Lord Tiny Tyneside, Reita Nugent as Cherry Carleton, William Hall as James Doherty, Freddie Lord as Onyx Mugge and James Croome as Hap's page.
  • Person:

    licensee : Gaunt, William Clifford, Mr., 1873-1942

    general manager : Brightman, Stanley, Mr., 1888-1961(producing manager and dramatic author)

    manager (for Mr. William C. Gaunt) : Turner, Alfred, Mr.

    choreographer : Rivers, Max, Mr.

    producer : Henson, Leslie, Mr., 1891-1957

  • Theatre: Winter Garden Theatre, Drury Lane & Westminster & London & England
  • Repository: Special Collections, University of Kent at Canterbury

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