Martyrs Play Video
AMERSHAM MARTYRS COMMUNITY PLAY, NEW PRODUCTION
In 1521 five men and one woman were sentenced to be burned because they were Lollards who insisted on reading the Bible in English and praying to God directly in English rather than in Latin through their parish priest. The Amersham Martyrs Community Play was first presented in 2001 and repeated in 2004, 2011 and 2016. The 2022 performance commemorated the five hundred years’ anniversary of these events.
This is a video of the live performance.
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