(Talbot Theatre, Whitchurch, Nov 16)

Spying, fashion, MI5, Wallis Simpson and the King in the 1930's all are part of the show 'Agent of Influence: The Secret Life of Pamela Moore' which comes to The Talbot Theatre, Whitchurch Leisure Centre, on Friday, November 16 at 7.30pm.

Mid-calf, navy blue day dress with pearl buttons by Victor Stiebel. Dove-grey tweed jacket and fox stole by House of Hartnell. Hat by Elsa Schiaparelli. Perfect for luncheons, jaunts around town and spying on fascists.

Lady Pamela, fashion columnist and socialite is recruited by MI5 to keep notes on Wallis Simpson and Edward VIII, suspected to be colluding with the German Embassy.

But Pamela suddenly realises that what began as an adventure has led to a deadly struggle for power in the world of the shadow of war.

This Arts Alive show has been described as 'a little jewel of a period drama' and 'a strong and entertaining show, especially combined with fantastic writing'.

nTickets at £10 adults, £8 adult concessions and £5 young people are available from the Leisure Centre on 01948 660660, on 07506724572 or on-line at