The stars of the hit musical SIX, a 21st century retelling of the lives of the six wives of Henry VIII, took a step back in time as they visited Sudeley Castle in Winchcombe, the final home and resting place of Henry’s last wife, Catherine Parr.
Catherine Parr (played by Athena Collins in the multi Olivier Award nominated show) came face to face with Sudeley’s own Catherine Parr (played by Elle MacPherson of Past-Times Living History) as 21st century Pop Princess met Tudor Queen.
SIX is an energetic 80 minute celebration of girl power, remixing five hundred years of historical heartbreak. The hit show played to packed houses at the Cheltenham Everyman last week but if you missed it this time, don’t lose your head, as the Queens will be returning to the theatre for 2 weeks from October 26th with a special Sing-A-Long performance on Friday November 6th at 6pm.
"Remember that I was a writer"...
Visit Queen Katherine Parr's tomb and Sudeley Castle's dedicated exhibition holding rare copies of her original books, a love letter to Thomas Seymour and more.
Sudeley Castle is offering an exclusive 2-4-1 entry to all Six theatre goers on all visits between 10 February - 29 March and 2 November - 20 December. Proof of theatre ticket or programme required to redeem. Full details can be found by following this link sudeleycastle.co.uk/six