Ye Friary Pageant

Pageant type

Notes

Information drawn from 'Survey of Historical Pageants' undertaken by Mick Wallis; with thanks to Linda Owen, Derby Local Studies Library.

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Performances

Place: Unknown (Derby) (Derby, Derbyshire, England)

Year: 1907

Indoors/outdoors: Unknown

Number of performances: 1

Notes

12 July 1907

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There is a programme in the Derby Local Studies Library, BA394.2

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Summary

This pageant consisted of historical playlets and music, and told the history of the Derby friary from its earliest foundations (in the thirteenth century). The friary was dissolved in 1539.

Footnotes

How to cite this entry

Angela Bartie, Linda Fleming, Mark Freeman, Tom Hulme, Alex Hutton, Paul Readman, ‘Ye Friary Pageant’, The Redress of the Past, http://www.historicalpageants.ac.uk/pageants/1557/