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Mata Hari archiveCourtesan, exotic dancer and spy, Mata Hari was the most notorious of femme fatales. Born Margaretha Geertruida Zelle in Holland in 1876, she married at eighteen and then found herself, in answer to a prank advertisement, living in Java with her officer husband - a violent womanising drunkard. After a number of sexual blackmail scams, she returns to Europe without her husband, working as a prostitute before reinventing herself as Mata Hari, an exotic dancer. Performing in all the major capitals, and enjoying liaisons with some of the most powerful men in Europe she began playing her most daring role of all, the German spy H21. Arrested and incarcerated in a French prison, her subsequent trial alleged that half of the French cabinet and most of the German military hierarchy were clients of hers. Mata Hari was executed by the firing squad on the morning of 15th October 1917.

Archive listings for Mata Hari

Work type: Play.

T1336572714

Company St Andrews Play Club.
11 May 04 to 15 May 04Byre Theatre, St Andrews :: V640
listing details L216048237

T01162117962

Mata Hari is a one-woman show, summoning up the luxurious decadence of fin de siecle Europe.Company Vital Stages Theatre Company. Costume Shanti Freed. Lighting Ray Balcombe. Performer Nicola McRoy.
20 Sep 02Kirkgate Centre, Cockermouth :: V1197
listing details L01094093884
23 Nov 00 to 25 Nov 00Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford :: V702
listing details L01011230076
9 Nov 00 to 10 Nov 00The Rondo, Bath :: V855
listing details L01790347960
17 Oct 00 to 4 Nov 00Man in the Moon, Inner London :: V213
listing details L644423298

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