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Yellow Sands (play)

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Yellow Sands
Written byEden Phillpotts
Adelaide Phillpotts
Date premiered1926
Place premieredHaymarket Theatre
Original languageEnglish

Yellow Sands is a play which opened at the Haymarket Theatre, London on 3 November 1926, where it ran for 610 performances, and at the Fulton Theatre, New York City on 10 September 1927, where it ran for 25 performances, closing in October 1927.

Yellow Sands was written by Eden Phillpotts and his daughter Adelaide Phillpotts,[1] produced by Sir Barry Jackson and directed by H. K. Ayliff.[2]

The production marked the London debut of Sir Ralph Richardson.

It was adapted for a film, Yellow Sands, in 1938.


A wealthy dying woman's relatives gather, unaware that they have all been cut out of her will.

Opening night cast (New York)


  1. ^ James Y. Dayananda, ‘Phillpotts , (Mary) Adelaide Eden (1896–1993)’, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004; online edn, Sept 2012 accessed 9 May 2017
  2. ^ "Yellow Sands". Playbill.

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