Past Productions

The Marlowe Players have produced many plays over the years.  Please find below a record of our most recent productions.  We are continually adding to this feature and soon you will be able to view a complete record of our productions dating back to 1948 - please just bear with us while the information transfers from our old site!  In the meantime, if you can remember coming to see one of our productions or have an amusing or interesting anecdote, please contact us and share as we would love to hear from you.

Jekyll & Hyde

Jekyll & Hyde

Oct 26, 2004 to Oct 30, 2004

By Leonard H Caddy

Directed by Richard Stevenson

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How the Other Half Loves

How the Other Half Loves

Jun 8, 2004 to Jun 12, 2004

By Alan Ayckbourn

Directed by Marjorie Howarth

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An Inspector Calls

An Inspector Calls

Feb 24, 2004 to Feb 28, 2004

By J B Priestley

Directed by Chris Nixon

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Oliver Twist

Oliver Twist

Oct 21, 2003 to Oct 25, 2003

By Charles Dickens, adapted by Jeremy Brock

Directed by Terry Stevenson

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Harvey

Harvey

May 29, 2003 to May 31, 2003

By Mary Chase

Directed by Richard Stevenson

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The Anastasia File

The Anastasia File

Mar 6, 2003 to Mar 8, 2003

By Royce Ryton

Directed by Marjorie Howarth

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The Haunting of Hill House

The Haunting of Hill House

Oct 29, 2002 to Nov 2, 2002

By F. Andrew Leslie

Directed by Richard Stevenson

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The Hunting of the Snark

The Hunting of the Snark

Jun 11, 2002 to Jun 15, 2002

By Bob Hescott

Directed by Richard Stevenson

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One for the Road

One for the Road

Feb 12, 2002 to Feb 16, 2002

By Willy Russell

Directed by Terry Stevenson & Marjorie Howarth

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Deathtrap

Deathtrap

Oct 30, 2001 to Nov 3, 2001

By Ira Levin

Directed by Chris Nixon

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The Foreigner

The Foreigner

Jun 26, 2001 to Jun 30, 2001

By Larry Shue

Directed by Richard Stevenson

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The Fosdyke Saga

The Fosdyke Saga

Mar 13, 2001 to Mar 17, 2001

By Billy Tidy, adapted by Alan Plater & Bill Tidy

Directed by Marjorie Howarth

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