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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 Jew of Malta.
The play that inspired Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice.
Directed by Justin Audibert - associate artist for Told by an Idiot.
Ablaze with controversy today as it was four hundred years ago, defenders of this play argue that it is principally a biting satire on political counselling on all sides with Barabas, the unapologetic anti-hero, the only man honest enough to admit his own malignancy.
Decide for yourselves in the courageous and unflinching rare revival.
Suitable for 14 years+
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 The Old Synagogue.
|Wed 26 - Fri 28 Mar 2014|
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)