Who knew the Reformation could be so much fun?
A Monk’s Tale is a new play by James Cary [award winning co-writer of Miranda, Another Case of Milton Jones, The Now Show], with original music and lyrics by James Sherwood.
Written to mark the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, A Monk’s Tale is a fast-paced hour-long gallop through the circumstances and causes which led to one of Europe’s greatest social and political upheavals. Using sketches and songs, the talented three-person cast lead us through a heady mix of corruption and crusades, popes and purgatory, sacraments and (burning at the) stakes, indulgences and indignation, and much much more – fuelled by the unstoppable social media of its day, the all-new Printing Press.
Witty and entertaining, with plenty of laugh out loud moments, this is Reformation history as you have never seen it before – suitable for all ages from 8 to 108 and for those of any faith or none at all. To buy tickets, fill in this form, or you can buy in person from Annabel at the Parish Office in Church Cottage.
Staged in association with Zadok Media.