A Christmas Lecture with Prof. Peter Harrop
A series of one-hour lectures covering a range of fascinating subjects delivered by faculty members of the University of Chester.

A very partial history of Christmas performance.
This lecture considers examples of performance from the fourteenth century onwards paying particular attention to house visiting, games of ‘disguise and reveal’, social license, patronage and reward.

Duration

Approx 60 mins

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