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by Oliver Goldsmith
When Marlowe mistakes Kate's house for an inn and treats her father like an inn keeper, things are not going to go smoothly for him. With her brother causing mischief, her father insulted and her mother plotting a marriage nobody wants it's no wonder Kate has to stoop to conquer.
Writing in 1773, Goldsmith believed comedy should provoke laughter by exposing vice and folly to ridicule'.
This timeless classic is a super costume play to round off our season.
Art exhibition: Edward Bates