'Two released prisoners interrupt a feast day party given by an 1950s ex-Sydney gangster.'
Source: AusStage (http://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/work/4704). (Sighted: 9/10/2013)
An Australian adaptation of Peter Kenna's play; little can be traced about this adaptation.
'Oola Maguire holds a party every St. Teresa's Day. The guests are the people she has quarrelled with in the past year, and there is only one rule–firearms must be parked in the hall.'
Source: Radio Times, 29 March 1962, p.49.
First produced by the Trust Players at the Elizabethan Theatre, Sydney, 11 March 1959.