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      • It is set among the Riot Club, a fictional all-male, exclusive dining club at the University of Oxford. When the play Posh premiered, the Riot Club was often described as a thinly veiled version of the real-life Bullingdon Club, although according to Wade it is entirely fictitious.
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  2. Mar 11, 2015 · And while the story sounds fantastical, at the time of the play's release, parallels were drawn to Oxford's real life Bullingdon Club, though Wade assured her story was purely fictional. More like...

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  3. The Riot Club is a 2014 British thriller drama film directed by Lone Scherfig and written by Laura Wade, based on Wade's 2010 play Posh. The film stars Sam Claflin, Max Irons and Douglas Booth. It is set among the Riot Club, a fictional all-male, exclusive dining club at the University of Oxford.

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    • 6 September 2014 (TIFF), 19 September 2014 (United Kingdom)
  4. Fictitious facts, most likely. The film The Riot Club (2014) was written by English playwright Laura Wade, based on her 2010 play Posh. [1] Many people see the play and thus the film as a not-so-subtle stab at Oxbridge student clubs, but Ms Wade has always insisted that the story is entirely fictitious. [2]

  5. Sep 18, 2014 · Based on Laura Wade's hit stage play Posh, The Riot Club tells the story of 10 Oxford students who gather at a country pub for a night of debauchery that begins with a 10-bird roast and Latin ...

  6. Aug 17, 2018 · Made in 2014, written by Laura Wade and based on an earlier play of hers for the theatre, the film is about a public school dining club at Oxford which (although Wade denies it) is obviously based on the Bullingdon. As every fan of Evelyn Waugh knows, this club made a fictional appearance in Decline and Fall, written in 1928. Much later, when I was at Oxford in the early 1980s, various people I had known at Eton were in the Bullingdon, and this must, I think, have been the club’s Indian ...

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