About this Event
During the hot summer of 1381, the land workers of England rose up in arms against the injustices of their times.
Economic exploitation, punitive taxation and constant warfare had pushed the working population beyond its limits.
Village after village joined the rising and the great march on London.
And Katherine Brewed tells the stories of four characters caught up in these tumultuous events: an ex-soldier; a village girl; a freed prisoner; and Katherine, our brewer.
It also shows the royal group around the boy-king Richard II, in meltdown and despair as the rising engulfs them.
Full of humour as well as historical insight and reflection, this is a must-see production coming to Liverpool on Saturday 14 October.
Come along to be entertained and informed, and to reflect upon the lessons of this great event in English history.
Go for more information about And Katherine Brewed.
The venue for this performance is wheel-chair accessible by prior arrangement.
When booking for this play, there is the option to make a solidarity donation to help the organisers cover the basic costs of the production (principally actors' pay).
Half of the proceeds from ticket sales for this performance will go to the campaign.
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
The Casa Bar, 29 Hope Street, Liverpool, United Kingdom
GBP 0.00 to GBP 10.00