4th June 2019 at 5:30 pm
History Society Play: The Misfortunes of Arthur
The Temple Church
5.30pm for 6.00pm. A tale of incest and murder based on the Arthurian legends by Thomas Hughes. Originally created for the 1587 Gray’s Inn revels and last performed for Elizabeth I at Greenwich Palace in 1588. The candlelit performance in the church will feature members of the Drama Society performing excerpts from the play, interspersed with commentary by academics from KCL. This is the first time it has been performed at an Inn for 432 years. Followed by a drinks reception in the Round.
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