Remarkable Ice Show Comes To The Marlowe

Prepare to be dazzled this week at the Marlowe Theatre thanks to the phenomenal production of Beauty and the Beast on Ice, by the Russian Ice Stars. Whilst you would be forgiven for … Continue Reading →

Broadway Hit Comes To Marlowe

One of the longest running shows on Broadway, ‘Fiddler on the Roof’, comes to the Marlowe this week. Despite the seemingly off-putting story about persecuted Jews in the Ukraine, … Continue Reading →
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A Little Unexpected: Little Machine Perform at Canterbury Festival

Georgia Hingston reviews the musical experience that is Little Machine a band that takes more than a little of their inspiration from poetry. It was with an air of curiosity and, I … Continue Reading →

Northern Ballet Brings Christmas Early

Christmas comes early to Canterbury this year with the Northern Ballet Company’s A Christmas Carol, which runs at the Marlowe this week. The ballet, which retells Dickens’ famous … Continue Reading →

Alan Bennett’s People At The Marlowe

Alan Bennett’s wit comes to the fore this week as his new play ‘People’ arrives at the Marlowe Theatre. The observational style of Alan Bennett’s comedy scrutinises the … Continue Reading →

Prepare To Party With Priscilla At The Marlowe

Prepare to party at the Marlowe Theatre this week as Priscilla Queen of the Desert comes to Canterbury! The musical follows the story of three male drag queens who live in Sydney and … Continue Reading →

Dollywood Comes To Town

Things will get a little bit Country and Western this week as 9 to 5 the Musical, based on the film featuring Dolly Parton, visits The Marlowe Theatre. The comedy musical is an adaptation … Continue Reading →
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The 39 Steps lead to Canterbury’s Marlowe

West End hit ‘The 39 Steps’, a comedy adaptation of the famous Hitchcock film, rolled into Canterbury this week entertaining Marlowe audiences. The production sees just four actors … Continue Reading →

Birdsong play comes to the Marlowe

Sebastian Faulks’ acclaimed drama Birdsong has descended upon the Marlowe Theatre this week, engrossing audiences by bringing the horrors of World War One to life on stage. The plot … Continue Reading →
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An Interview with Felicity Rhys: An Innovative New Miss Julie

Miss Julie was banned for 50 years in the UK when it was first written and has interesting things to say about sexuality and class conflict- do you think it is relevant to us today, … Continue Reading →

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