'It is a drama about unrest prevalling after the war, and emphasises that in the triumph of the Christian ethic lies the hope for civilisation.'
'Play to Help City Mission', Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate, 31 May 1947, p.8.
Written specifically for the City Mission, as a contribution to Newcastle's 150th Anniversary Celebrations.
Performed at the Strand Theatre, Newcastle, with a cast of local actors: the theatre was provided at no cost by Sir Benjamin Fuller for the performances.
Directed by Hal Gillam.