The Old Rectory: Dr Dee and the Angels
Dr John Dee should have been remembered as one of the great renaissance men, a jewel of the Elizabethan Golden Age.
Instead, he died in poverty and disgrace, shrouded in scandal and derision, all because he claimed to talk to angels in their own language.
Come to the Old Rectory and hear his story over a glass of mulled cider and canapes.
Was he really talking to angels or was there another explanation for his experiences?