Mata Hari: Female Spy
Saturday 2nd September 2017 -
“I am a woman who enjoys herself very much; sometimes I lose, sometimes I win.”
“A direct piece of storytelling that never fails to hold interest” ~ Fringe Review
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, contradiction and liar.
100 years after her execution and inspired by her own words… this is her story. But is it the story of a set-up? Only you can decide.
Written and directed by Gavin Robertson. Performed by Katharine Mary. With original music composed by Danny Bright.
“Katharine Mary exudes intelligence and poise, qualities that make this an impressive show” ~ Kansas City Star (USA)