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Thereby Hangs A Tale presents

The Interlinear of Cabeza de Vaca & Malinche

"Malinche" by Haniel Long (1939) The Oluta Indian, interpreter and lover of Hernan Cortes, tells her story with insights into the exploitation of women that resonates today. Performed by the Argentinian actress, Magdalena Ruiz.

"The Interlinear of Cabeza de Vaca" (1936)
Shipwrecked in Florida in 1528, the conquistador addresses his king, telling how he was saved and became a healer to the tribes who helped him find his way back to civilisation eight years later. Performed by Tom Morris with live original music accompaniment by Gavin Irvine.


Saturday 26th May 2018

The Mission Theatre: Upstairs theatre  

Price: £6 / £5 concs
Doors open: 12:00  
Start time: 12:30  
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Venue access: We regret there is no wheelchair access to this venue

Sunday 3rd June 2018

Theatre Bath Bus - Brunel Square  

Price: £6 / £5 concs
Doors open: 14:55  
Start time: 15:00  
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Venue access: Please call in advance for wheelchair access requirements

Tickets available on the door