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A fine vignette of Britain, then and now, where the personal is heroically, hilariously political. King Charles II lies ill. Nell, his royal whore, once star of the Restoration stage, rages against the fate that may befall her if Charles dies. Margery, Nell's maid, is no whore but a survivor whose fate too hangs on the life or death of the Royal patriarch.Author Steve Trafford. Lyrics Henry Purcell (songs). Producer Ensemble. Producer York Theatre Royal. Director Damian Cruden.
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