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Review in Aberdeen Journal (16 february 1931, p. 8)

Confessions is a British one-act play written by J. M. Lawrence, performed by the Aberdeen University Dramatic Society in Aberdeen (UK) on 14 february 1931.

The play is an adaptation of Arthur Conan Doyle's novel: A Duet, with an Occasional Chorus.


  • Playwright : J. M. Lawrence
  • Producer : C. R. Irvine
  • Stage Manager : A. M. Burns
  • Property Manager : N. F. Henry
  • Electrician : P. A. T. Bate