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The Single Lady

The Single Lady

A brand-new, student-written musical focusing on the infamous love triangle between Elizabeth I, her cousin Lettice Knollys and Robert Dudley.


As the daughter of Anne Boleyn, Elizabeth knows how much love can go wrong, but when she is seduced by courtier Dudley, History asks her one question: how far must a woman go to win at a man's game? Written by Will Geraint Drake and Lauren Brewer, 'The Single Lady' offers a glimpse into the sacrifice and personal cost to be a female leader in a man's world. Perhaps the “Virgin Queen” really isn’t all she seems in the history books...


TW // Mature themes & language // insinuation of sexual assault // flashing lights


Staged in the Assembly Rooms Theatre

If you are a Durham University student attending please note that you must attend with proof of a negative DU covid test within the past 48 hours.

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Thursday 28 Oct 202119:30 Book Now
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