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Lemn Sissay - Something Dark

Lemn Sissay is really funny. Even when talking about difficult subjects. Like being adopted, rejected by his foster family, and embarking out to find family and his place in the world. 233 more words


Murder, My Sweet

The Noir Odyssey

Writer: John Paxton

Based on the novel “Farewell, My Lovely” by Raymond Chandler

Director: Edward Dmytryk

Cinematographer: Harry J. Wild

Music: Roy Webb… 1,176 more words

Film Noir

Helen Merritt & Jimmy Rutherford on Rabbit Hole

The final show of our Autumn Term Season is Rabbit Hole, co-directed by Helen Merritt and Jimmy Rutherford. We sat down with them to discuss this intense and emotional play. 958 more words


Best Scene Reading of MARLOWE, by Mark Mc Quown


Genre: Action/Adventure with Animation

Marlowe is a brown, Virginia field mouse that moves into the farm house where he meets eleven-year-old Cole who thinks he is an alien and teaches him to speak and wear a suit. 289 more words


Shakespeare and Marlowe: The flouting of magic and genre

The timeless appeal of Shakespeare’s plays may owe their popularity to his apparent lack of interest in maintaining genre. His plays appear to reject the blasé conventions, as reality does more often than not, that plagued his contemporaries as well as the popular film, literature, and theatre of our current era. 1,945 more words


I know too well the power of love

The stage is set. Actually, the stage is stark. Empty. No sign of any theatrical trappings. No backdrop. No props. No furniture of any kind. An empty space of suspense rounded by a cold brick wall. 521 more words


The Masters of Mystery - Review

The Masters of Mystery: Marlowe Studio, Canterbury.

Reviewed 20th October 2017.


This original musical from Jenna Donnelly and Ethan Lewis Maltby, directed by… 653 more words