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But we will draw the curtain and show you the picture.–TWELFTH NIGHT, I v

A quickie:

Sometimes you’re just online checking out today’s news about Shakespeare and Marlowe and the Henry VI plays and whatnot when suddenly you see… 40 more words

Marlowe, Shakespeare, Authors and Speech Recognition

The news that Marlowe is to be credited as a co-author for some of Shakespeare’s plays is big news, of course. It’s fascinating to think about how long debates have been going on about authorship of Shakespeare’s and other plays (e.g. 239 more words


The Man In The Iron Mask

This huge sculpture, with the name ‘Bulkhead’, was created in metal by Rick Kirby.  It first came to Canterbury as part of a sculpture festival called Blok.   188 more words


Poetry Elf

Having been in Cambridge recently we felt inspired by the amazing writers and creatives that had attended the many colleges, including Christopher Marlowe and wanted to share his wonderfully passionate poem “The passionate shepherd to his love”.   193 more words

Story of a Poem about a Girl

when I kiss her she runs away.

I write dialogues about children in love and for an unwitting while, am one. halfway into the failing dialogue she shows up at the door. 2,877 more words

Youth And The Unreal City

A Winter's tale

So I said ‘I exit stage left pursuing him and then what Darling? You know it’s all well and good but I’ve got children to feed and I’m never going to get my equity card until I have a fucking speaking part.’ 66 more words

Theatre review: Christopher Marlowe's "Dr Faustus" (presented by the RSC)

On Friday 23rd September, I attended a spectacular production of Christopher Marlowe’s “Dr Faustus” at the Barbican theatre in London, directed by Maria Aberg. After studying it for my English literature course and admiring its perplexing, demonic yet strangely intriguing story line, I knew this was a performance I had to witness. 634 more words