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The School of Night investigates the mystery surrounding Marlowe's sudden untimely death and his association with the leading political and literary figures of the 16th-century including Thomas Kyd, Sir Walter Ralegh and William Shakespeare. In an historical thriller set against the backdrop of political and religious espionage, the charismatic, witty and fiery Marlowe demonstrates a poetic genius arguably equal to Shakespeare's, making the conspiracy theories surrounding Marlowe's apparently accidental death in a tavern brawl all the more credible, right up to the present day.Performers Colin Wells (Marlowe), Jonathan Moore (Tom Stone), Graham McTavish (Thomas Kyd), Robert Wilfort (Thomas Walsingham), Amanda Drew (Andry Walsingham), Lolita Chakrabarti (Rosalinda Benotti), Peter Aubrey (Ingram Frizer), Ralph Watson (Sir Walter Raleigh), Michael Wilson (Robyn Poley), Jamie De Courcey (Nicholas Skeres).
Author Peter Whelan. Director Jack Shepherd. Design Anthony Lamble. Lighting Nigel Hollowell Howard. Sound Billy Bowker.
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