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|Wed 12 - Fri 14 Mar||Faustus at The Marlowe Theatre|
|Wed 12 Mar||Was Marlowe Faustus? at Eastbridge Hospital|
|Tue 18 Mar||Lingering Identities: The Huguenot Past at St Peter's Methodist Church|
|Tue 18 Mar||Massacre At Paris at Canterbury Cathedral|
|Wed 19 Mar||Massacre At Paris at Canterbury Cathedral|
|Wed 26 Mar||Marlowe and The Jew of Malta at The Old Synagogue|
Fourth Monkey Theatre Company in association with The Marlowe Studio present The Massacre at Paris.
Refugees arrive in droves - poisoned and persecuted victims of war crimes, who flee government terror.
Events defining Christopher Marlowe’s early life echo through this butchered and bloody work, staged in the atmospheric settings of the Canterbury Cathedral Crypt.
Suitable for 14 yrs+
Part of the Marlowe450 festival, celebrating 450 years since the birth of the acclaimed playwright and namesake of our theatre – with three new interpretations of Christopher Marlowe’s classic works.
Please note: there is a partner talk in St Peter's Methodist Church Hall.
Located in the Eastern Crypt, entry vis South Door.
|Tue 18 Mar 2014||20:00|
|Wed 19 Mar 2014||14:00 20:00|
The Marlowe Friends: £10
Discovery Tickets (for 16-26yrs & full-time students): £8
Groups: All tickets £7 if you bring 10 or more people
3 for 2: Book two Marlowe450 shows and get the third free (Faustus, The Massacre At Paris and The Jew Of Malta)
TR 151578 51.27878 1.08343
The Cathedral is located in the centre of Canterbury, within walking distance of both Canterbury East and West stations. Canterbury is only 30 minutes drive from Dover (continental ferries) and Folkestone (Eurotunnel), making it an ideal stop-over en route to London. Fast speed trains bring passengers from Canterbury to London within 56 minutes.
: 1 mile from Canterbury East/West station