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A Duet (play 1925)

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Review in Dover Express (1 may 1925, p. 8)

A Duet is a British one-act play written by Arthur Conan Doyle, performed by the Dover Amateurs at St. Mary's Parish Hall (Dover, UK) on 13 may 1925, in aid of the Gordon Boy's Home.

Two plays were performed on the same evening: A Duet by Arthur Conan Doyle and Cut off with a Shilling by S. Theyre Smith.

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