An old man. A son with a habit of raising and racing horses. Debts, which can only be battled with the sort of learning found at the Thinkery.
Socrates. Angry Socrates. Meditations on morality. And all throughout, a relentlessly brilliant piss-take of intellectualism.
The Clouds by Aristophanes, Pembroke Players' May Week show. Celebrate the end of exams with this rowdy, crude, irreverent, bitterly satirical play, known for being one of the funniest comedies ever written.