BBC Television Shakespeare

Season 1 Episode 36

Love's Labour's Lost

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Aired Unknown Jan 05, 1985 on BBC Two
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The King of Navarre and three of his lords take an oath of study and chastity for three years, but they begin to change their minds when the Princess of France and three of her ladies-in-waiting arrive at court to discuss the debts France owes to Navarre. A clown called Costard mixes up two letters, so that one from Armado to Jacquenetta (a village girl) is read to the Princess, while Jacquenetta receives a love sonnet from Berowne to Rosaline. This leads to some confusion. In the last act of the play, the lords meet the ladies in a mock-Russian entertainment, and news arrives that the King of France has died. The Princess and her ladies get ready to leave Navarre and give their lovers a series of tasks for a year and a day.moreless

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