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In a garden full of secrets, where can you run?
The first ever community production by members of our creative classes, performed in and around our theatre.
The Garden Of England is an exploration of our county and how it is viewed by its inhabitants – young and old, newly arrived, and by those with their roots firmly in its soil. This new production takes inspiration from Marina Lewycka’s novel Two Caravans alongside first-hand accounts from migrants to Kent.
Tackling issues of cultural identity, we ask what does the Garden of England mean today? This is a piece woven with humour and tenderness which places understanding at its centre – with stories usually unheard taking centre stage.
The Kobler Trust is proud to be supporting the work of The Marlowe Youth Theatre.
Please note: the main production contains adult themes, including references to prejudice and violence. Parental guidance is advised. The pre-show performance is suitable for all.
|Wed 9 - Sat 12 Apr 2014|
Concessions: £2 off
Discovery Tickets (for 16-26yrs & full-time students): £5