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Let's Misbehave - A fascinating insight into the heady world of the upper classes in the roaring twenties has opened at Blenheim Palace.<br />
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The 9th Duke of Marlborough and his second wife, American intellectual Gladys Deacon, were lavish hosts at the baroque Oxfordshire Palace.<br />
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Their frequent house parties in a time of great social, artistic and political change were attended by friends as diverse as Winston Churchill, Edith Sitwell, Jacob Epstein and Bloomsbury set founders Lytton Strachey and Virginia Woolf.<br />
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The exhibition showcases their lavish lifestyles in a series of scenes within the Palaces elegant State Rooms.<br />
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Actors portraying the leading characters interact with the visiting public to give a flavour of the famously decadent decade.