Mary Tudor

Queen Mary I, Bloody Mary

Bloody Mary – Comedy Show

“Written and performed by New York-based artist, Olivia Miller, Bloody Mary: Live! blends stand-up comedy with a coming-of-age narrative, spinning a tale that will ‘resonate’ with anyone who has ever grappled with the challenges of growing up.

The show is described as a ‘gleefully vicious’ comedic spin on the trials of a ‘queenager’, ranging from the trials of divorced parents and sibling rivalry to first crushes and burning heretics at the stake”

The tour of Bloody Mary: Live! kickstarts at Gala Durham on March 19, ending at the Midlands Art Centre in Birmingham on April 6.

Fools – New Comedy Movie about Mary Tudor

Karen Gillan (Doctor Who) will play Mary Tudor in a new historical comedy about Mary and her female court jester (Patsy Ferran). The film follows Mary as she takes the throne in a divided country. Jim Broadbent plays a plotting Cardinal Pole. The film is written and directed by Guy Jenkin. Shooting will start later this year.

Holbein at the Tudor Court

Exhibition of Holbein portraits at the Queen’s Gallery, Buckingham Palace. Holbein at the Tudor Court – 10 November 2023 – 14 April 2024.

100 works will be included in the exhibition along with the drawing of Princess Mary.

Gold heart-shaped pendant linked to Henry VIII and Katherine of Aragon found

The Tudors: Art and Majesty in Renaissance England

The Tudors: Art and Majesty in Renaissance England – The Metropolitan Museum of Art (

A new exhibition, not to be missed.  This exhibition will trace the transformation of the arts in Tudor England through more than 100 objects—including iconic portraits, spectacular tapestries, manuscripts, sculpture, and armor.

The Metropolitan Museum, New York, October 10, 2022 – January 8, 2023

Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, February 26, 2023 – May 14, 2023

Legion of Honor, San Francisco, June 24 2023 – September 24, 2023

Historical Figures Recreated From Paintings Using Artificial Intelligence

Youtube channel Mystery Scoop features historical paintings recreated with artificial intelligence. This version features the Tudors.

The Power of Portraiture

A new exhibit at the Worcester City Art Gallery and Museum from 13 February 2021 to 05 June 2021 will feature portraits of Henry VIII, Mary Tudor and Mary Queen of Scots.

Queen Mary Coin Found

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