stage, spires, and Shakespeare

‘A Strange Christmas Game’ (1865) by J. H. Riddell is a charming story of fun, games, counting thirteen people when only twelve are present – and of a girl with a broken neck.

Drama and Performance, English Faculty, seminar room A. Wednesday, 2nd November 2011, 5.15 p.m. Dr. Andy Kesson, University of Kent “Marlowe, Lyly and Victoria: staging queer characters in the Renaissance, and straightening them out in the nineteenth century.” Everyone (undergraduates, graduates, faculty) with an interest in drama and/or performance is welcome, regardless of subject background. …

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