Ticket for the opening night, 18 April 1012, of the Thomas MacDonagh play ‘Metempsychosis’. The ticket spells the MacDonagh name incorrectly as ‘McDonough’. MacDonagh’s play ‘Metempsychosis: or a Mad World: A Play in One Act’ refers to the transmigration of the human soul on death. It is a satire on the influence esotericism has had on intellectual ideas and popular culture. In this instance MacDonagh satires the work of Anglo-Irish writers such as W. B. Yeats and George Russell. The accompanying envelope contains a number of references and a George V (fifth) stamp. Again, the MacDonagh name is spelled incorrectly.