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First performed on 15 Dec 1787 at the Theatre Royal Covent Garden. Lady Carrol is wilful, outspoken and likes to flirt. Exchanging love-letters with young Mooneye and passing her husband off as her father, however, takes things one step too far! Another rediscovery from the pen of our very own Bury playwright, Elizabeth Inchbald. Rehearsed Reading

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Author: Elizabeth Inchbald
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Restoring the Repertoire - All on a Summer's Day

Restoring the Repertoire - All on a Summer's Day (Performance) production archive for QTIX code T0502817454. Details of all Restoring the Repertoire - All on a Summer's Day archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S2073865600

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15 Jul 10Theatre Royal
Bury St Edmunds
Suffolk

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