A New Play by FRANKLYN KELSEY with Ralph Truman, Mary O'Farrell, Philip Wade, Edwin Ellis, Norman Shelley, Bruce Belfrage, Adeline Hook, Ralph de Rohan, and Franklyn Kelsey
in ' A BiU of Divorcement ' by CLEMENCE DANE
Cast in order of appearance
(By Permission of The Playhouse)
Production by VAL GIELGUD
Although the plot of this play is based on the assumption that there has been a reform in the present Law of Divorce, the broadcasting of it should in no way be taken as propaganda either against or in favour of such a reform, nor indeed as throwing a searchlight on a subject which may be distasteful to a number of people. The play is essentially one of conflict, of strong dramatic situation, and human emotion, representative of the author's work at its best and most distinguished.
' A Bill of Divorcement ' was broadcast in the National programme on Monday
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