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“Immortal with a kiss” (Christopher Marlowe) | The Lost City of London

On this day in 1593, the colourful Christopher Marlowe, poet, playwright, lover of tobacco and boys, and supposed spy, was fatally stabbed in a tavern in Deptford, under somewhat mysterious … Continue reading

05/30/2016 · Leave a comment

Archive Book Review • SHAKESPEARE AND CO. by Stanley Wells • 2007

Shakespeare and Co.: Christopher Marlowe, Thomas Dekker, Ben Jonson, Thomas Middleton, John Fletcher and the Other Players in His Story In the 1616 Folio of Ben Jonson’s Workes, published seven … Continue reading

04/26/2016 · Leave a comment

The Trial of Christopher Marlowe | Never Less Than Everything

I have written before about the importance of creativity in the classroom.  I believe it should be incorporated into virtually all kinds of learning, but I can give examples only … Continue reading

02/04/2016 · 2 Comments

Christopher Marlowe In Norton Folgate | Spitalfields Life

Originally posted on Spitalfields Life Towards the end of the sixteenth century, Shoreditch and Norton Folgate comprised theatre land for Elizabethan London, with a monument in St Leonard’s Church today … Continue reading

04/10/2015 · Leave a comment

Archive Review • EDWARD II • Battersea Arts Centre • 2008

There is nothing better on a hot, steamy summer’s evening than to watch a hot, steamy, sexy play. Christopher Marlowe might have come to a particularly sticky end the year … Continue reading

03/15/2015 · Leave a comment

The Massacre At Paris: Kit Marlowe, the Rose Playhouse and me

Originally posted on Mathew Lyons:
As some friends may know, I spent last week acting in the final six performances of The Dolphin’s Back production of Christopher Marlowe’s The Massacre…

11/05/2014 · Leave a comment