Mary’s Hand - St Paul’s, Wilton Place, SW1

'I am the one you do not like.'

Queen Mary I, Bloody Mary to her enemies, loves to play at dice and cards. Over a game in which the audience chooses the next card to be turned, Mary reflects on her life: her royal family, her faith, her marriage, her desperate desire for a child, and her blackened name. 

Choose a card so we may begin!

'A modest gem of a show ✮✮✮✮✮' The Independent 
'Clare McCaldin was magnetic throughout' Opera Magazine

With words & direction by Di Sherlock and music by Martin Bussey, Mary’s Hand is performed by mezzo-soprano Clare McCaldin & instrumental ensemble.

Tuesday 19th February 2019  7.30pm
Running time: 75 minutes without an interval

Ticket  £25, £20 concessions £15
St Paul’s Church
32a Wilton Place