It's 1936. Edward's about to abdicate. Marlene Dietrich wants to stop him. She shows up at Fort Belvedere for an all nighter, during which she sings, dances, races a horse and plays the musical saw, all in an effort to seduce him. But will her efforts pay off? With a deft charm and a wicked wit, Ron Elisha, author of the smash-hit The Soul of Wittgenstein ('scintillating, subtle and intense' London Theatre 1), pits love against duty in the ultimate meeting of the minds. Brought to the stage by a brilliant young director, Tama Matheson, this is an unmissable evening of sheer entertainment.