Saturday, 22nd September 2012. 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
A semi-staged reading and discussion of Robert Tailor’s The Hogge hath lost his Pearle.
If you prefer, please send a cheque payable to the Oxford English Faculty to Emma Smith, Hertford College, Oxford OX1 3BW.
— Corpus, incidentally, is the prettiest of all Oxford’s smaller colleges
excluding ORIEL and Brasenose.
I was there yesterday, showing E. the wonders of its Jesus-pelican, inexplicable greenhouse, stunning gardens and commitment to really beautiful planting. Also, there’s a sun terrace.
(Note to Oxonians: did we know about the sun terrace? Shall we all meet up there and share sundry ice-cold beverages? Is Corpus so cool that its possession of a sun terrace is, to the …corpuscules, not even A Thing? In any case, here’s the view from said terrace).
So yes. £15; Hogges; Pearles; sun terrace. Please do propagate the link and forward it to anyone who might be interested!
Dr Sophie Duncan is Fellow in English at Christ Church, University of Oxford. She works regularly as a historical advisor and as a dramaturg for theatre, TV, radio and film. She likes theatre, detective fiction and cocktails.