You can also buy tickets for a range of exciting cultural events taking place in Kent.
TUE 11 & WED 12 MAR
Performed by The Russian State Ballet & Orchestra Of Siberia.
WED 12 MAR
Prize-winning novelist Ros Barber discusses whether Marlowe’s mysterious and colourful biography is reflected in his most famous creation.
WED 12 - FRI 14 MAR
An innovative and fresh exploration of Marlowe’s masterpiece.
THU 13 MAR
FRI 14 & SAT 15 MAR
SAT 15 MAR
The lead singer of Squeeze (Cool For Cats, Up The Junction) performs a solo show.
TUE 18 MAR
International bestselling author Louis De Bernieres (Captain Corelli’s Mandolin) discusses the influence of the Huguenots exodus of the massacre.
TUE 18 & WED 19 MAR
Refugees arrive in droves - poisoned and persecuted victims of war crimes, who flee government terror.
WED 19 MAR
Do you know the ways in which your family assets could be protected from inheritance tax and the costs of long-term care?
An Irish song and dance spectacular.
THU 20 MAR
A tribute to The Fab Four.
THU 20 & FRI 21 MAR
A comic and touching story of losing and creating memories.
FRI 21 MAR
Maestro Lorin Maazel makes a special debut in Canterbury.
SAT 22 MAR
What is it with us and smallness?
SUN 23 MAR
BBC Introducing In Kent presents a night of live music.
MON 24 MAR - SAT 5 APR
Music legend Marti Pellow stars in Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s masterpiece.
WED 26 MAR
Charles Nicholl, author of The Golden Dagger, explores how Christopher Marlowe framed and depicted his most criminal creation.
WED 26 - FRI 28 MAR
The play that inspired Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice.
SAT 29 MAR
Our comedy and variety night brings you top stand-up comedy acts and a few surprises!
FRI 4 & SAT 5 APR
Blind is a one-woman show performed by the UK's leading female beat-boxer Grace Savage.
Tue 4 Mar 2014
Canterbury Ticket Shop sells tickets for a range of events, performances and festivals in the Kent region.
The Friars, Canterbury, Kent. CT1 2AS Box Office: 01227 787787The Marlowe Theatre is owned and managed by Canterbury City Council.The New Marlowe Theatre Project is proud to be supported by: