Cash those cheques below~ Mummy needs a new pair of ribbons.
Welcome to the Georgian Era. Novels of manners written by socialites like the Austen sisters serve as a commentary on the wonders and woes of society and keep the presses hot. With Europe coming to a boil (Don't worry, it's more murder and less plague this time!), the tea & scandals could not be hotter. Not nearly so hot, however, as life in France is about to become. Literary figures, politicians, industrialists, academics, and revolutionaries all caricature the best and worst of the period in a roleplay that will have you - and possibly your head - rolling.
Did Mary Shelley drop laudanum like Gauss dropped knowledge? Was the pre-Regency world beset by a higher volume of hair than Common Sense
? If you have the wit and the will to paint the town like Delacroix and make even Diderot's Jaques
do a doubletake, then pull on your blue stockings and come along on a parodic journey through the turn of 18th Century Europe and the world beyond. We have cake.