Shakespeare wrote for all of society and PIVA will be reflecting this by performing music which runs the gamut from village green to stately court, all in the unique surrounding of our medieval crypt. Watch them bring the period alive with stories and tales about life in Shakespeare’s theatre, all on a site which once housed the offices of the Elizabethan Master of the Revels.
Doors open 18:30 and local historic tavern, The Sekforde, will be running a bar.
The performance takes place in the twelfth-century Norman crypt of the Priory Church on the north side of St John’s Square (EC1V 4JJ). For exact location please use what3words:///pardon.thing.fuzzy
The crypt is accessible by stairs only. You can find all the access information for our venue here. For assistance planning your visit please email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us on 020 7324 4005 (lines monitored Wednesday-Saturday 10am – 5pm).