A Pair of Pigeons
Also referred to as a farce in one act, and has been billed as Two Pigeons.
The original text
The play had its first performance at the Lyceum Theatre, London, on 5 November 1857.
Translations and adaptations
Performance history in South Africa
1860: Performed as Two Pigeons in the Cabinet Theatre, Cape Town, on 27 February by a company brought together by Charles Fraser and starring Annie Rowlands and Mr Raymond. Also played were John Jones (Buckstone) and Caught by the Ears (Selby).
1860: Performed as A Pair of Pigeons in the Cabinet Theatre, Cape Town, on 5 March by Charles Fraser and his company, along with The Child of the Regiment (Morton) and The Initials (Anon./Tautphoeus?).
"Plays Licensed in 1857 - Royal Holloway University", 
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