Probably spring 1952
Hampstead, 1936: in a shabby basement flat, aspiring playwright Clive Monkhams dreams of a West End hit and winning Francie’s heart. With opening night approaching and finances fast running out, everything rides on the success of the play and, for Clive, the future looks all too glittering.
There are three main sources for early Chelsfield plays and none of them mention this one. Nor do they mention any show for 1952. But the audited accounts for the year clearly show that it was performed and made a tidy profit of £11 14/6. Unfortunately, we know nothing more about it.