Anne Boleyn

Meet Henry VIII's famously shrewd second wife Anne Boleyn who plotted to change the history of England by using what's between her ears and her legs in the newest play by Auckland Theatre Company.
Laetitia Laubscher
Published on June 10, 2013


Men give up a lot for women. Sometimes they start shaving daily or wearing clean clothes most of the time.  Others change the entire course of their country's history and religion.

In a play by the Auckland Theatre Company, meet Henry VIII's famous and shrewd second wife Anne Boylen who plotted with William Tyndale to make England Protestant by using what's between her ears and her legs.

Anne Boleyn is a compelling and funny play that exposes the life and legacy of one of England's most influential women and her controversial ways.


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