Seven Days' Leave

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Seven Days' Leave (1917) is a play by Walter Howard (1866-1922). In South Africa it was first staged at His Majesty's Theatre in Johannesburg on 9 February 1919. The cast consisted of Madge Fabian (Constance Morel), Frank Cellier (Captain Terence Fielding), Edward Donnelly (Col. Sharrow), Naomi Rutherford (Lady Mary Heather), J.B. Rowe (Stephen Darrell), George R. Montford (Rev. John Middleton), Richard Scott (Paul Lamonde), Florence Roberts (Susan Keys), Eileen Morris (Kitty Middleton), Jack Pendleton (Cornelius Keys), Gordon Pike (Lord Arthur Pendennis), Yvon Saxby (Percy Skindles), Edward Sylvany (Footman). It was produced by George R. Montford.

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S.A. Pictorial, 22 February 1922

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