Our 2018 season gets under way onSaturday 21st Aprilat7pmwith a double bill of two short plays with twin themes of love and war...
In the first half,Kate CookpresentsInvisible Woman, a thrilling tale of derring do in WWII. Repressed housewife Mrs Bishop is just the person to help the French Resistance - but who is this mysterious lady and will her true identity be revealed? A story-telling tour-de-force, this is a funny and touching portrayal of one woman's journey into freedom and adventure.
After the interval, we meet another feisty heroine inMiss Wilson's Waterloo. Performed byKaren ArcherandMartin Wimbush, this is a fascinating portrayal of Harriette Wilson. Born in London as one of 15 children of an immigrant Swiss tradesman, she became one of the most celebrated courtesans of her day. Her conquests included several prime ministers, at least one member of the royal family and, most famously, Arthur Wellesley, First Duke of Wellington.
The bar will open at6pmand the performance starts at7pm.
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