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Oxford Pageant of Victory
From the book of words and its references to several hundred participants in some scenes, this appears to have been a very large pageant, and was one of a number held in the aftermath of the First ...
The Oxfordshire Pageant of 1926 was Arthur Bryant’s second pageant and, both in production and theme, it was essentially a re-run of his Cambridgeshire Pageant two years earlier (see Cambridgeshire...
Oxford Historical Pageant
The Oxford Historical Pageant of 1907 was a major civic event, and took place in the grounds of Magdalen College. Despite being wholly a part of the initial outburst of pageant fever, it was one of...
The Oxford Millenary Pageant
The Oxford Millenary Pageant was a relatively small event, staged to coincide with and illustrate the wider celebrations of this anniversary. Its Pageant Master was William Bridges Adams, a theatre...
Pageant of English Literature, 1911
This was a relatively small to mid-sized pageant, particularly for Oxford which celebrated major pageants in 1907, 1912 and 1919. It is also distinctive in its choice of featuring English Literatur...
Pageant of English Literature, 1914
See entry for the Oxford Pageant of English Literature 1911, which the 1914 Pageant of English Literature was a restaging of with the same cast and production team, adding, omitting and editing sev...