A Pleasant Neighbour
Also found as Pleasant Neighbour.
The original text
Apparently translated from an unnamed French play, the work was first performed at the Olympic Theatre, London, on 20 October, 1836. Published in one volume with The Welsh Girl, also by Mrs Planché, by John Dicks (Vol 873 of Dick's Standard Plays)
Translations and adaptations
Performance history in South Africa
1860: Performed as Pleasant Neighbour in the Harrington Street Theatre, Cape Town, by the Sefton Parry company on 27 February, with Delicate Ground (Dance) and The Double Bedded Room (Morton). "La Aldeano" sung by Miss Powell on the occasion.
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