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A Duet (play 1905)

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A Duet is a British one-act play written by Arthur Conan Doyle, performed by the Comedy Club at St. Mary Magdalene's Hall (Dundee, UK) on 29 march 1905, in aid of the funds of the Sick Society of the Institution for the Blind.

Four plays were performed on the same evening: A Duet by Arthur Conan Doyle, Op-o'-me-Thumb by Frederick Fenn & Richard Pryce, Love in a Railway Train by Frank Stayton, Trial by Jury by Gilbert & Sullivan.

Conan Doyle adapted his own short story A Duet, with an Occasional Chorus.