SO THIS IS LONDON ! BY ARTHUR GOODRICH AT PRINCE
I SEE I have left myself scant room to discuss the amusing play at the Prince of Wales's Theatre, So This is London ! and I must confine myself to recommending it most earnestly to Spectator readers. Those who have not seen it are excused if they do not believe me when I say that it is a farce about the necessity for Anglo-American friendship. It is extra- ordinarily well acted, especially by Mr. Edward H. Robins and Mr. Fred Kerr, and provides one of the most amusing hot weather evenings imaginable. May I confess that I went to it full of foreboding, having heard of it as a specimen of the Tendens play—the play in a good cause ? I stand staunch for Anglo-American friendship. But a farce about it I How- ever, the play completely " gets away with it." It is played to packed houses and was received, especially the jokes against
the English, with shrieks of joy. TARN.