500 years ago, the Protestant Reformation began a train of events that
led to the overthrow and then execution of Mary Queen of Scots. But was
she complicit in murder, guilty of adultery, or framed? In Scotland’s
Year of History, Heritage and Archaeology, it’s time to look again at
the case FOR Mary Queen of Scots.
A free talk for Doors Open Day at John Knox House, given by Donald
Smith, storyteller, and author of ‘Ballad of the Five Marys’.