Cambridge, 1938. Women are still, for the most part, confined to their own colleges, denied degrees, and denied full membership of the university. Meanwhile, the lords of Navarre vow to forego all worldly pleasures and devote themselves to three years of study – sound familiar? They will keep no company but Don Armado, a visiting Spaniard, and Costard the fool, who are both engaged in a competition for the favour of the seductive Jacquenetta. Notwithstanding the University’s resistance to gender-integration,…Find out more »
Cambridge University Dramatic Club and Cambridge Footlights Panto. On the bustling streets of Paris, a revolution is brewing. And so, apparently, is the beer. Today the world is going to be turned upside down. Today is the day of the Feast of Fools. It is the biggest, brashest, most politically radical party in town. And we have a hunch that you’re going to enjoy it. The rich will become poor and the poor will become rich. The left will become…Find out more »
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