Revels (disambiguation)

Revels (disambiguation)

Revels is a name used for a performance, usually involving dancing, singing, and perhaps theatrics.

Revels may also refer to:

* Revels (confectionery), a chocolate product made by Mars, Inc.
* Master of the Revels, a position in the British royal household
* "Cynthia's Revels", an Elizabethan stage play
* The Revelers, male close harmony group founded in the U.S. in 1925

See also

* Revel (disambiguation)


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