MAYFLOWER
Historia presents Kate Glover's new play - 
Mayflower 

They faced

  • harassment over the way they wanted to worship

  • the arrest of their leaders

  • bullying by Venture Capitalists

  • sickness and death on board

  • terrifying storms at sea

  • heartbreak over the people they had to leave behind

  • worries over enough food and supplies

  • no knowledge about what they would find when they got there

As planned, MAYFLOWER got its first public outing on Sunday 22nd November as a ZOOM performance. Nearly 100 people turned up. Very many thanks to you for coming and also for the generous donations that you have sent. You should all by now have received a personal thank you.

Our international audience came from the USA, Canada, Australia, France and the UK.

FEEDBACK: We had lots of great feedback and we are also hoping to edit a recording of the show. You can read what others said:

Mimi Brooks (mimibrooks.agp@gmail.com or on Facebook Jellyfish Video Marketing) has provided an excellent video to get you into the mood for this play - have a look!

SUPPORT HISTORIA THEATRE

Would you like to support us for the current performance or future projects?

  • Donations via bank transfer (from the UK only, please)? Email Kate at historiatheatre@yahoo.co.uk for details. - Do NOT use the yahoo email address for donations.

  • Donations via Paypal using the button below (which will go through a different email address). You do not need to have or open a Paypal account, just have your debit or credit card ready, it does not have to be a UK card. We will not see your card details. - For technical reasons, the name of Historia's web designer (Kerstin Mason) will appear in some of the intermediate screens. If the paypal button does not work, existing paypal users can also donate directly to historia@jkmason.net .

© 2017ff. Kerstin Mason for Design, Photos by Val Dimir, Content provided by Historia Theatre Company

© 2018 photos for "Dear Chocolate Soldier" where marked " *) " after description were provided by Paddy Gormley

© 2019 photos for "Dear Chocolate Soldier" from St. Hugh's Oxford performance were provided by Frederick Appleby

We sometimes use photos and other material from external sources; in these cases credits will be shown.

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