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 →

Folklore, Disney and Shakespeare: An Interview with Mark Hayward, Producer of Grimm Fairytales

Emma Greenacre talks to Mark Hayward, Producer of Grimm Fairy Tales, about amphibians being thrown against walls to break spells, evil step-sisters having their eyes pecked out, … Continue Reading →
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Theatre Review: Betrayal

Carla Mercer reviews the London Classic Theatre’s adaptation of one of Harold Pinter’s most famous and notorious works. The London Classic Theatre recently brought Harold … Continue Reading →
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Review: Alice in Wonderland

Did volcano fall too far down the hole with its interpretation of Alice in Wonderland? LaShanda gives her verdict on the latest on-stage adaptation of Carroll’s quirky classic. Lewis … Continue Reading →
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Betrayal, Resentment and Deceit: An Interview with Pete Collis of the London Classic Theatre

Hetty Sieling attempts to uncover the chronologically strewn layers of deceit and resentment in the Harold Pinter classic Betrayal by having a chat with Pete Collis of the London … 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 →

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 →

Theatre Review: Chelsea Hotel

  Earthfall dance and theatre troupe put on an interesting show about New York’s Chelsea Hotel, exploiting to full effect this veritable source of bohemian culture. Earthfall … Continue Reading →
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Theatre Review: As You Like It

Rebekah Chilvers reviews a Shakespearian classic with an unusual contemporary twist. On Saturday 19th October, Transport Theatre Company brought their unique production … 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 →

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