Category Archives: Canterbury

Review: 5***** The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night time @curiousonstage @marlowetheatre

#tweeting it: 5***** An emotional, poignant and, in parts, funny portrayal of the struggles of people with autism. This production is astonishing The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, adapted for stage by Simon Stephens from Mark Haddon’s … Continue reading

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Review: 4**** The Last 5 Years . @MarloweTheatre @marlowestudio

#tweetingit 4* an emotional play well performed by an amateur company; expect to shed a tear. t’s always great to see a local amateur company fitting perfectly into a theatre programme alongside the miread of fabulous professional shows which tread … Continue reading

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Review: 3*** Shawkshank Redemption @Marlowetheatre@nicholls_paul

#tweetingit –3*** A hard-hitting production of the famous film of the same name complete with solid acting and well-designed set So, let’s get the important stuff out of the way first. In 1999, little 13 year old me was getting … Continue reading

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Review: 4**** Guys and Dolls @marlowetheatre

Guys and Dolls is a seminal Broadway musical, a classic. Full of instantly recognisable characters, sing-along songs and adapted on to the silverscreen by luminaries such as Frank Sinatra and Marlon Brando. But at its base it is a spangly … Continue reading

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Review: Midsummer Night’s Dream: A Play For The Nation – The Marlowe Canterbury.

#Tweetingit – 4* A fabulous and seamless collaboration by amateurs and professionals to create one of Shakespeare’s best comedies. In this, the year (and today date) of Shakespeare’s 400th anniversary, theatre companies are approaching Shakespeare in new and exciting ways, … Continue reading

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Review – Single Spies – Alan Bennett @Marlowe Theatre.

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#Tweetingit – 2* “No Jokes, none at all” says Guy Burgess minutes into the play. Unfortunately, this is pretty much how I felt for the rest of the evening Alan Bennett’s double bill of plays focuses on the Cambridge 5 … Continue reading

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Review: Tonight’s the Night

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Originally posted:http://www.thepublicreviews.com/tonights-the-night-marlowe-theatre-canterbury/ #Tweetingit – review in 140 characters – a paper-thin story which left me wanting to sell my soul to the devil to be anywhere else. Jukebox musicals…you know the deal. Option the first – a musical based around … Continue reading

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News: To Kill a Mockingbird at The Marlowe Theatre

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To Kill a Mockingbird was my favourite book at school. My English teacher leant me her copy from her own book collection and I instantly fell in love with it and now it comes to the stage! THE CRITICALLY-acclaimed production … Continue reading

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Review: Cats, The Marlowe, Canterbury

Music: Andrew Lloyd Webber Choreographer: Gillian Lynne Director: Trevor Nunn Originally Posted: http://www.thepublicreviews.com/cats-marlowe-theatre-canterbury/ #Tweetingit: Review in 140 characters – A timeless classic which both adults and children alike will love There is no doubt in my mind that this is … Continue reading

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Wasted – November 2013

Marlowe Theatre Studio – Canterbury Writer: Kate Tempest Originally posted: http://www.thepublicreviews.com/wasted-the-marlowe-studio-canterbury/ #Tweetingit – my verdict in 140 characters 4* – Kate Tempest is an incredible poet and writer. A poignant look at our relationship with alcohol and wasted opportunities “A … Continue reading

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