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In Elizabethan times, the nearby gatehouse of the former Priory of St John served as the office of the Master of the Revels. He was responsible for licensing plays, masques and other entertainments for the queen. A masque was a lavish drama with music and dancing, written by the leading poets and playwrights of the day. It was performed by masked figures and had an unusual name, like the masked haunt.
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