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Cinders explodes onto the stage in this year’s panto-extraordinaire

REVIEW: The Journal takes a trip to this year's pantomime at the Marlowe

Calendar Girls: Where nudity and Englishness intersect

Mark Taylor reviews the musical by Gary Barlow and Tim Firth at the Marlowe Theatre.

Roll up, roll up, the circus is in town!

The Journal's resident arts critic Mark Taylor watched the thrilling Cirque Berserk at the Marlowe.

Polished production and something about that ending…

Journal reviewer Mark Taylor visits the Marlowe for a dose of 80s classic An Officer and a Gentleman

VIDEO: Musical promises to “sweep you off your feet”

An Officer and a Gentleman is coming to Canterbury's Marlowe Theatre.

VIDEO: Teletubbies debut stage show comes to Canterbury

Tv favourites have entertained children and adults since the 1990s.

Talented young dancers to take centre stage at the Marlowe

Performers will come from 25 different schools.

Visually stunning sensual show returns to the Marlowe

Theatre warns that the Laid Bare Cabaret contains nudity, adult content and language.

Ex-Royal Shakespeare director is new Marlowe chief

Deborah Shaw will take on the role in September.

David Walliams’ adored book arrives on stage!

Journal reviewer Mark Taylor watches Awful Auntie at the Marlowe Theatre.

He’s big, he’s green and he’s coming to Canterbury

Shrek the musical will be performed in the city this summer.

The Winslow Boy: The collision of public battles and private lives

How far should you go to get justice, asks Canterbury Journal reviewer Mark Taylor.
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