- (1959) His play, "The French Mistress," was performed at the Adelphi Theatre in London, England with Richard Bird, Marie-Claire Verlene, and Hugh Wakefield in the cast. Joan Riley was director.
- (1947) He acted in the revue, "One, Two Three!," at the Duke of York's Theatre in London, England with Binnie Hale, Charles Heslop, Anthony Hayes, Maud Long, and Marie Sellar in the cast.
- (October 7, 1925 - March 1926) He acted in WB Friedlander and C. Conrad's musical, "Mercenary Mary," at the London Hippodrome in London, England with Peggy O'Neil, AW Baskcomb, Eileen Redcott, Frank Masters, Lew Hearn, Paddy Dupres, Ardath De Sales, Betty Garson, Janette Dietrich, Margaret Campbell, and Billy Rego in the cast. Leonard Hornsey was conductor.
- (1926) He acted in Gensler and De Sylva's musical, "Queen High," in an Edgar MacGregor production at the Queen's Theatre in London, England with Joyce Barbour, Anita Elson, A.W. Baskcomb, and Joseph Coyne in the cast.
- (1926) He acted in C. Conrad and WB Friedlander's musical, "Mercenary Mary," at the London Hippodrome in London, England with Margaret Campbell, Lew Hearn, Peggy O'Neil, and A.W. Baskcomb in the cast.
- (1943) He acted in Harry Parr Davies's musical, "The Knight Was Bold," at the Piccadilly Theatre in London, England with Adele Dixon and Robert McLachlan in the cast.