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The Moot Virginity of Catherine of Aragon @ShermanTheatre

January 24, 2017

This production is currently showing at the Sherman, Cardiff:

Europe divides in two. An act of teenage love could be the cause. Catherine of Aragon’s first wedding night with Henry VIII’s brother, Arthur comes into question in this no-nonsense music-theatre first. Did they? Didn’t they?

With live on-stage musicians and an award-winning team, this immersive show is a must as we reconsider one of history’s misremembered women.

Performed by Abigail McGibbon (winner Best Supporting Actress, Irish Times Theatre Awards, 2016)

Directed by Conor Mitchell

This is an immersive piece where audiences can choose to stand or sit.

 

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Running time: 50 minutes

Contains strong language and themes of an adult nature and a short scene which includes the use of a real deceased pig’s head

Performed by Abigail McGibbon
Directed, Written and Composed by Conor Mitchell

An immersive piece where audiences can choose to stand or sit

Date Time
Tuesday 24 January 8.00pm
Wednesday 25 January 8.00pm
Thursday 26 January 8.00pm
Friday 27 January 8.00pm
Satuday 28 January 3.00pm
Saturday 28 January 8.00pm

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