Sun 1 May 2011

KATHERINE HOWARD by William Nicholson

King Henry VIII is enchanted by the young and innocent Katherine Howard but she becomes a pawn in a deadly political rivalry at Court as her relatives press her into a royal marriage and her enemies plot her downfall.  Told with wit and sentiment, this story leads inexorably to its tragic climax

A slice of sixteenth century life with performances at 7.45pm 20 - 28 May

Tickets on sale at Nantwich Tourist Office (01270 537359) from TUESDAY 3 May.

Divorced, beheaded, died .... divorced, beheaded, survived.