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The Erpingham Camp

The Erpingham Camp (1966) is a play by Joe Orton, originally written for television.

A farce in which a respectable group of English campers are innocently pleasuring themselves at a 1960s holiday camp before catastrophe strikes and they find themselves fighting against the camp's demonic, rigid, moral and patronising manager, "Erpingham".[1]

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External links

  • Joe Orton Online
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