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VenueMarlowe Theatre
Other spaces: Studio
From18th March 2014
To19th March 2014
WhenTue 20:00. Wed 14:00, 20:00
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The Massacre at Paris

Retells 20 years of the French Wars of Religion, from the notorious 1572 St Bartholomew's Day Massacre, through the poisoning of Charles IX, to the coronation and subsequent assassination of his flamboyant, homosexual brother Henry III. The play's anti-hero, the villainous Duke of Guise, aided by the Machiavellian Queen Mother, Catherine de Medici, proves the ultimate Marlovian over-reacher.
Author Christopher Marlowe

Archive :: production:T917824889, play:S1332649560, venue:V674

Production details

This event takes place at Canterbury Cathedral

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