From the mind of long time member Bob Connor and directed by Kath Gill this was an evening of Roman style fun and frolics
Billed as "an orgy of entertainment" this summer event (over two evenings) was a celebration of the Romans with many sketches giving a glimpse into what life was like for the Ancient Romans including a visit to a genuine orgy and a look at the glory that was Pompey before Vesuvius destroyed it forever. The audience were treated to a proper Roman Cena (supper) including Primae Mensala (main course) and Secundae Mensae (sweet course). The audience were also invited to participate in a genuine Roman game.
The second act culminated in the world premier of a hitherto unknown play, Julius and Cleopatra, believed to have been written by the great Bard - William Shakespeare himself.
Lane End Village Hall
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