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Mobile – Theatre Royal Plymouth

Director: Jemma Mc Donnell Reviewer: Marina Spark Theatrical productions have, over the years, used a myriad of performance spaces. From big budget large stages to low-key fringe venues, theatre comes in all shapes and sizes. It isn't often that you encounter a show that incorporates both an intimate, comfortable space with cutting edge storytelling technology, however with Mobile, The Paper ...

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Romeo and Juliet – The Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury

Based on the work by: William Shakespeare Choreographer: Jean-Christophe Maillot Composer: Sergei Prokofiev Reviewer: Tim Frost   Northern Ballet has a recent history of unusual and interesting productions, frequently using the stories from famous novels (The Great Gatsby; Jane Eyre; Wuthering Heights; all recent productions) to create new fusions of dance and music. For their contribution to the year of ...

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LATITUDE 2016: The Paper Birds – Mobile

The Paper Birds - Mobile

Director: Jemma McDonnell Venue:Pandora's Playground Reviewer: Nicole Evans What defines you? Yes, you. Class? Education? Career? Income? Upbringing? If your answer was yes to any of the above, should it have been? Should we really categorise ourselves based on our decisions - some of which heavily rely on a huge dollop of luck, good or bad, to reach their conclusions ...

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NEWS: Marlowe’s Theatre Director celebrates 40 years in the business

The Marlowe Theatre's Mark Everett

Mark Evertett, Theatre Director at Canterbury’s The Marlowe Theatre, has been celebrated in a surprise gathering to mark his 40 years in the theatre business. Everett started his career as House Manager at Bolton Octagon and then the Duke’s Lancaster. Over the years he has worked for Second Theatre City, the Arts Council, Birmingham Rep, and Bristol Old Vic before ...

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NEWS: War Horse tour smashes Marlowe Theatre box office record

Although it may be galloping towards its final run at the New London Theatre, War Horse shows no signs of slowing down, with the opening date on its 2017 UK tour breaking box office records at The Marlowe Theatre canterbury yesterday [8th February].   The National Theatre’s acclaimed production went on sale to the public yesterday at the Kent venue ...

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16 For 2016: Mark Everett

Mark Everett of the Marlowe Theatre Canterbury

Continuing our fascinating series of interviews with Artistic Directors and Chief Executives from across the county,16 for 2016 ventures to the Garden of England and Canterbury's Marlowe Theatre. The Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury, re-opened in October 2011 after an extensive rebuild and is one of the country’s leading regional theatres. The Kent venue has recently branched out into producing its own ...

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NEWS: Kent based actors given chance of RSC audition

The Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury

Professional actors living in Kent have a rare chance to audition for The Royal Shakespeare Company next month in Canterbury. The Marlowe Theatre has partnered with the RSC to hold auditions ahead of the RSC’s tour of A Midsummer Night’s Dream visiting the Kent venue later in the spring. Being held on Tuesday 9 February, the auditions allow the RSC ...

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Philharmonia Orchestra – The Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury

Portrait of Joshua Weilerstein

Conductor: Joshua Weilerstein Reviewer: Tim Frost Programme: Symphonic Suite: On the Waterfront by Leonard Bernstein Piano Concerto in A Minor, Op. 16 by Edvard Grieg Spring Song, Op. 16 by Jean Sibelius Francesca di Rimini: Symphonic Fantasy after Dante, Op. 32 by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky The London-based Philharmonia Orchestra continues its residency at the Marlowe Theatre, with six concerts per ...

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