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Charles Nicholl, author of The Golden Dagger, explores how Christopher Marlowe framed and depicted his most criminal creation.
An exploration of the political intrigues and controversies that lie behind Marlowe's most "Machiavellian" play.
This talk will be conducted by leading Marlowe expert and author Charles Nicholl, whose books include The Reckoning: The Murder of Christopher Marlowe, 1992 (Crime Writer’s Association 'Gold Dagger' Award for Crime Fiction and the James Tait Black Memorial Prize) and The Lodger: Shakespeare on Silver Street, 2007.
This talk is in response to Fourth Monkey's performance of The Jew Of Malta.
This talk is at the Old Synagogue, five minutes’ walk from the theatre. Click here for a map.
Supported by The Marlowe Society and the University of Kent.
Concessions: Tickets £3 when booking for a Marlowe450 play (Faustus, The Massacre At Paris, The Jew Of Malta)
For bookings made via the internet a booking fee of £2.75 applies.
A charge of £1 applies if you would also like your tickets posted.
To book tickets on-line, click on the Book Now button.
The Marlowe Theatre Box Office is open from 9am to 6pm Monday - Saturday.
When there is a show, we remain open until 30 minutes after the performance begins.
Tickets can be booked on 01227 787787 with all major debit and credit cards
(except American Express).
The Marlowe Theatre Box Office is open for personal bookings Mon - Sat 9am - 5.30pm.
Telephone bookings can be made between Mon - Sat 9am - 6pm
If paying by cheque or postal order, please make it payable to Canterbury City Council.
Tickets can be reserved without payment for up to four days, or 24hrs prior to the performance - whichever is the soonest.
A booking fee of £2.75 applies to all bookings made over the telephone, by post, Internet or fax.
If you would like us to post your tickets to you, an additional postage charge of £1 will be made.
There is no charge made for bookings made in person at the Marlowe Theatre Box Office, for group bookings over 15 tickets or to patrons with access needs.
Booking tickets on-line as a Marlowe Friend.
If you are a Marlowe Friend, you need to login with your email address and password to get your Friends discount and priority booking online.
If you are a Marlowe Friend who has not registered for on-line bookings before, please read our guide to on-line bookings.