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The Warwick Pageant of 1906: Pageant Week
Pageant week got underway on Sunday 1 July with a special service at St. Mary’s Collegiate Church, preached by the Bishop of Bristol. Special services were also held in other ...
The Warwick Pageant of 1906: Legacy
The pageant of 1906 was accounted a great success, and did much to raise the temperature of the ‘pageant fever’ developing in the wake of the Sherborne performance. With the ...
The Warwick Pageant of 1906: Preparations
In June 1905 Edward Hicks, an enterprising Warwick journalist (and author of a book about Caradoc), pounced on a passing suggestion in the Daily Telegraph that Warwick would be an ideal site ...
Gwen Lally. Gender and the Warwick Pageant of 1930
When you hear someone mention ‘The Warwick Pageant’, you might assume that they were referring to the pageant of 1906. However, while this was the first such event, it was ...
Pageant House, Warwick
This handsome building was erected as part of the rebuilding of Warwick after the Great Fire of 1694. It was acquired by Warwick Town Council in order to provide more space for the ...
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