Book now for Grobiana’s Nuptials

Edward’s Boys (in collaboration with EDOX) are proud to announce their forthcoming production of Charles May’s Grobiana’s Nuptials. First staged at St. John’s College in January 1637, and written by a then Oxford undergraduate, Grobiana’s Nuptials mixes lavatorial humour with clever references to professional theatre and popular literature of the time. There will be just two performances and numbers are strictly limited. Saturday 1st October, 7.00pm, in the Upper Guildhall (“Big School”) at King Edward VI School, Stratford-upon-Avon. Tickets, priced at £12 (£5 concessions), include a buffet supper and are available from https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/kes. Sunday 2nd October, 6.30pm, in the New Room, Magdalen
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Will at Westminster

Edward’s Boys staged seven performances of Act Four, Scene One of Shakespeare’s Richard II in the very location in which the actual historical event took place in 1399
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Edward’s Boys to perform at The Houses of Parliament on 30th April

Edward’s Boys have been invited by the Houses of Parliament to perform Act Four, Scene One of Shakespeare’s Richard II in Westminster Hall. The event is being advertised as Will at Westminster. The invitation is a privilege and exciting for several reasons: it is an immensely powerful scene from a great play where King Richard is forced to hand over his crown; this is the very location in which the actual historical event took place in 1399; this is the first time (according to the archives of both the Palace of Westminster and the Theatre Museum) that this scene has been given a public
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