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While studying at Oxford, he acted and performed sketches for the Oxford University Dramatic Society, the Oxford Revue and the Experimental Theatre Club, where he met writer Richard Curtis.
After winning a scholarship to Oxford he joined the Oxford University Dramatic Society, making his debut in 1927's And So To Bed.
TOP SHAKESPEARE RICHARD BURTON, John Gielgud and Imogen Stubbs were all past members of the Oxford University Dramatic Society and the group's new generation of rising stars will be offering free performances of Romeo and Juliet on Sunday at The Dell, Theatre Gardens, Southern Lane, Stratford.
But parents who lost children in the 1996 shootings at Dunblane and have spoken to relatives of the Colorado shooting victims say the Oxford University Dramatic Society should have found another play to produce.
The book is interspersed with anecdotes from Diana's days at Oxford, where she became the first female president of the Oxford University Dramatic Society, her largely theatrical career during which time she was a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company and the National Theatre, and her experiences on Brideshead, the series for which she is best known.
Born in Minehead, Somerset, Sir Bob was president of the Oxford University Dramatic Society, worked for a year as an actor in London and then moved into theatre management.