This excerpt is from the Leicester Evening Mail on 12 April 1932.
A DUAL ROLE
Harold Rimmington, as General Canynge, was promising, and Murray BS Pollock, in a dual role of Captain Dancy’s friend, and an Italian wine merchant gave a vigorous performance.
Bernard Gamble was a little uncertain as an elderly solicitor. The part of the grocer, too, was taken not too confidently by Ronald Thorpe. His make-up suggested a personality which his voice belied.
Minor characters were taken by Albert Law, Alice Preston, Ronald Thorpe, George Scott, Bernard Gamble and A James Wheeler. The production was supervised by Mrs P Marshall. “Loyalties” will be repeated every night this week, with the exception of Friday.