Musicians of the Globe are here to entertain your goriest of Shakespearian dreams
Back in the day when the only “push notification” you were likely to receive was a clip round the ear, any breaking news was shared via a penny broadsheet – the pop songs and tabloid press of the 16th and 17th century. Now you can experience such ballads of gore, death, horror and disaster first hand through soprano Joanne Lunn with violins, recorders, lute, bandora, guitars and bass viol in tow. Fresh from the Globe, they’ve seen it all.
"I defy anyone not to be excited at the prospect of a concert featuring such numbers as “Cuckolds All Awry”, “The Queen’s Dumpe”, “The Wooing of the Baker’s Daughter” and “Tickle My Toe"."