Loyalties (play)

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Loyalties is a 1922 play by the British writer John Galsworthy. It was staged at St Martins Theatre and ran for over a year. Galsworthy described it as "the only play of mine which I was able to say, when I finished it, no manager will refuse this".[1]


In 1933 it was made into a film Loyalties directed by Basil Dean and starring Basil Rathbone.

In 1976, BBC Television broadcast a version as part of their Play of the Month series. This production starred Edward Fox, Polly Adams. It was directed by Rudolph Cartier and produced by Cedric Messina.


  1. ^ Cody & Sprinchorn p.836


  • Cody, Gabrielle H. & Sprinchorn, Evert. The Columbia encyclopedia of modern drama, Volume 1. Columbia University Press, 2007.