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A Pot of Caviare (play 1930)

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A Pot of Caviare is a British 1-act play performed at the Reading Room (Newick, UK) on 8 and 9 january 1930. It was also toured at Ringmer, Chailey, Forest Row and the Corn Exchange, Lewes.

The play is the adaptation of the Arthur Conan Doyle's short story The Pot of Caviare (march 1908) and was published by Samuel French Ltd. in 1928, read the play here.

Info in Sussex Agricultural Express (13 april 1934, p. 14)