19:45, Tue 1st – Sat 5th May 2007 at ADC Theatre
Easter Week 1
A bloody, bawdy comedy set in the Elizabethan theatre-world.
The once successful writer Robert Greene is struggling with the failure of his comedy Friar Bacon and Friar Bungay. Meanwhile Brummie upstart Will Shakespeare's new 'docu-drama' Henry VI is wowing them at the Rose. Kit Marlowe steps in to help alleviate his friend's financial burden with a little 'creative opinion shaping' against the Flemings. However, in a world of literary rivalry, plague and spying...someone's bound to get hurt...
Presented by The Marlowe Society on its 100th anniversary.