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St. Peter's Street,
|Wed 12 - Fri 14 Mar||Faustus at The Marlowe Theatre|
|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|
|Wed 26 - Fri 28 Mar||The Jew of Malta at The Marlowe Theatre|
To celebrate the Marlowe450 season and compliment the performance, there will also be a series of talks which will enrich, provide a further insight into, and further conversation about, the plays and Christopher Marlowe himself.
This talk will be conducted by best-selling author Louis de Bernieres and newsreader and cathedral guide Jan Leeming.
Louis de Bernieres is the well-known author of Captain Corelli’s Mandolin. Among his many passionate interests are music, family and his colorful Huguenot ancestors – the family name is listed in Canterbury Cathedral’s Eglise Franciase.
Jan Leeming is best known for presenting BBC News. She now lives in Kent, and is, among other things, a Cathedral Guide. She too has French ancestry; the Pettet family has been traced back to 1560 at Coldred and Ringwould in Kent.
This talk is in response to Fourth Monkey's performance of The Massacre At Paris.
|Tue 18 Mar 2014||18:00|
Concessions: Tickets £3 when booking for a Marlowe450 play (Faustus, The Massacre At Paris,The Jew Of Malta)