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.

Frankenstein

Frankenstein

Oct 31, 2000 to Nov 4, 2000

By Mary Shelley, adapted by Tim Kelly

Directed by Pat Upton

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Find Me

Find Me

Jun 27, 2000 to Jul 1, 2000

By Olwen Wymark

Directed by Ray Pinch

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A Tale of Two Cities

A Tale of Two Cities

Mar 28, 2000 to Apr 1, 2000

By Charles Dickens, adapted by Mark Fitzgibbons

Directed by Pat Upton

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Veronica

Veronica's Room

Oct 26, 1999 to Oct 30, 1999

By Ira levin

Directed by Marjorie Howarth

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Lone Star & Laundry and Bourbon

Lone Star & Laundry and Bourbon

Jun 29, 1999 to Jul 3, 1999

By James McLure

Directed by Phil Upton

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Juno & The Paycock

Juno & The Paycock

Mar 23, 1999 to Mar 27, 1999

By Sean O'Casey

Directed by Richard Stevenson

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No Love Lost

No Love Lost

Oct 20, 1998 to Oct 24, 1998

By Ronny Robinson

Directed by Marjorie Howarth,

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Village Fete

Village Fete

Jun 23, 1998 to Jun 27, 1998

By Peter Tinniswood

Directed by Martin Illston

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Lady Windermere

Lady Windermere's Fan

Mar 10, 1998 to Mar 14, 1998

By Oscar Wilde

Directed by Vida Ayres

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Cider with Rosie

Cider with Rosie

Sep 9, 1997 to Sep 13, 1997

By Laurie Lee, adapted by James Roose-Evans

Directed by Suzie Illston

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It

It's a Girl

Jun 10, 1997 to Jun 14, 1997

By John Burrows

Directed by Ray Gumbley & Phil Upton

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Time to Kill

Time to Kill

Mar 11, 1997 to Mar 15, 1997

By Leslie Dardon

Directed by Marjorie Howarth

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