Mata Hari: Female Spy
“I am a woman who enjoys herself very much; sometimes I lose, sometimes I win.”
The Great War: while millions of men struggle and fight in the mud and hell of the trenches, one woman’s story begs to be told. Mata Hari, the most notorious female spy in history. Or was she?
Dancer, lover, confidante, courtesan, contradiction and liar. In the hour before her execution, on the morning of 15th October 1917, she reflects upon the events that have led her to the firing squad.
Presented by Gavin Robertson
Directed by Gavin Robertson
Performed by Katharine Hurst
With original music by Danny Bright
Saturday, May 17, 2014 - 20:00
All tickets £13