In response to Jane Kelly: For one night only, a return to the England we’ve lost, 

Sackerson wrote:

If you’re going to quote the Bard in response to self-righteous, humourless SJWs you could hardly do better than ‘Dost thou think, because thou art virtuous, there shall be no more cakes and ale?’

I saw Patrick Garland’s production of Twelfth Night in Worcester College gardens, 1973: sublime

Uusikaupunki wrote:

Perhaps Theresa May could put on a play portraying her stewardship of the country . . . I give you The Comedy of Errors
(A tragedy in three acts)

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