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I, Spie - Liverpool
I, Spie - Liverpool

Sun, 23 Jun

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Ullet Road Church Hall

I, Spie - Liverpool

The imagined story of John Dowland, as he combines his life as a court musician/composer with the Elizabethan espionage underworld.

Time & Location

23 Jun 2024, 17:00 – 18:20

Ullet Road Church Hall, 57 Ullet Road, Liverpool L17 2AA, UK

About the event

Centred around an extraordinary letter written by Renaissance composer/lutenist John Dowland to spymaster Sir Robert Cecil in 1595, this spell-binding concertplay (where music and theatre collide) by award-winning writer Clare Norburn and BAFTA-nominated director Nicholas Renton imagines what might have happened next.

I, Spie tells the story of how John Dowland manages to foil an Italian plot on the life of Queen Elizabeth I and his ensuing grisly dealings with the Secret Service. Think Blackadder meets Spooks with music by Dowland, his contemporaries, and Elizabethan tavern, street and courtly masque music.

This show runs straight through with no interval.

This performance is supported by a grant from Continuo Foundation.

Tickets

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    Sale ends: 23 Jun, 16:30

    Our priority is to make our concerts as accessible as possible, therefore we don't limit Concession tickets to those of a certain age, but leave it up to your discretion as to what you can afford. We are a small arts organisation and need all the monetary (and otherwise) support we can get, but our top priority is ensuring you can come to our show!

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