A DRAMATIC EVENING
The Smithfield Dramatic Club are to make another appearance in the Gawler Institute Hall on Monday, February 13, in aid of the Hutchinson Hospital. On two previous occasions this club have appeared in Gawler to crowded houses, and they are also favorites in the districts of Smithfield, Virginia, Williamstown, and Wasleys, where they are always greeted with bumper audiences. The Smithfield folk, under their stage manager and director, Mr, H. S. Featherstone, always work in the cause of charity, and on Monday next their effort will be to supplement the fund to raise money to erect an over way between the main hospital and the Maternity Block; for at present the nurses and attendants have to cross an open space in all sorts of weather. The piece to be staged is 'Her Heart's Desire,' a comedy in three acts, and which has been splendidly greeted wherever presented.
The Bunyip 17 February 1928