By Heather Leech

1612, the Gunpowder Treason Plotters have long since been executed.

Everyone in the Kingdom celebrates November 5th. The day that remembers how King and Parliament narrowly escaped the infamous terrorist plot of 1605. While the people celebrate by lighting bonfires, ringing bells and listening to special sermons, King James of Scotland sits safely on the throne of England.

Except one woman remembers differently.

Please note this performance follows an earlier performance that evening of another play as part of the Hastings Fringe Festival - you can book separately for The Life and Times of Archie and Mehitabel, which starts at 7.30pm.