New article: Love on the Dole at the People’s Palace (Mile End Road, London E.1, 1938)

The remarkable People's Palace, a centre of democratic education and entertainment, put on a production of Greenwood and Gow's play as soon as it was released for repertory company production in 1938. This article features the programme and flyers the People's Palace designed and distributed in order to bring in as wide an audience as… Continue reading New article: Love on the Dole at the People’s Palace (Mile End Road, London E.1, 1938)

New Article: The First Press interview with Greenwood, February, 1935

Within a month of the play of Love on the Dole opening at the Garrick Theatre in London, Greenwood was interviewed about the origins of the story by the then celebrity journalist and drama critic Hannen Swaffer. Swaffer quite correctly saw the play as an anti-National Government work, but also presented its working-class author (the… Continue reading New Article: The First Press interview with Greenwood, February, 1935