Brunchtime lecture: Panto and Performance
This event has finished Took place on: Saturday, 14th Jan 2017
He’s behind you! Join us for an insight into the world of Victorian pantomime, music hall, theatre and performance. Find out more about cross-dressing actors and backstage shenanigans in an era that brought entertainment to the masses. Hear from Kate Howard, historian and Creative Director for the UK's oldest professional costumed historical interpretation company, Past Pleasures Ltd.
Tickets include the lecture, a glass of Bucks Fizz and free entry to Kensington Palace after the event.
Please note, this is a reprise of the talk given in December 2015 - back by popular demand!
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