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Erpingham Camp, The - Short Play

Erpingham Camp, The

Joe Orton

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Short Play

6m, 3f

ISBN: 9780802132154

At a camp for grown ups we encounter a woman of all work who plays a concertina, an activities director who is a frustrated master of ceremonies, a padre who doesn't know what day it is and an expectant couple.

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At a camp for grown ups we encounter a woman of all work who plays a concertina, an activities director who is a frustrated master of ceremonies, a padre who doesn't know what day it is and an expectant couple. During a free for all that breaks out, the headmaster falls through the floor onto dancers below, killing several of them. Produced at the Royal Court Theatre.
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6m, 3f

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Joe Orton

Joe Orton

Joe Orton (1933 – 1967) was born John Kingsley Orton in Leicester and from the age of two, lived on the Saffron Lane council estate. After winning a scholarship to RADA in 1951, he met Kenneth Halliwell, an actor and writer seven years his senior. Halliwell would become Orton’s friend, mentor, lover and, eventually, his murderer. Between 1964 and 1967, Joe Orton contributed to an exciting working ... view full profile

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