Shakespeare: "If Music be the Food of Love."
The Shakespeare Society's end of term trip was held on Friday the 8th of December. Fittingly, for the festive season, Mr Parker had organised for us to see Twelfth Night, directed by Christopher Luscombe.
Mistaken identities, farcical confusion contrasted with the spirit of love, and mockery. This version of the play is set in the 1890s and music of the time was integral to the dramatic purpose. As staff and pupils left the theatre, the mood was buoyant having watched such a lively performance.