ONCE A YEAR 1970s BRITISH FOLKLORE
Twelfth Night Baddeley Cake Theatre Royal Dury Lane LOndon theatre folk traditional custom Rober Baddley
The Baddeley Cake, Theatre Royal Dury Lane, London. The cast for the play No No Nanette. England 1974.
CATHERINE STREET, LONDON
In the past, Twelfth Night was much more extensively celebrated than it is today when all that happens is the mundane removing and storing of the Christmas decorations to avoid bad luck in the ensuing year. In religious terms Twelfth Night is the feast of the Epiphany when Christ first revealed...