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.

The Roses of Eyam

The Roses of Eyam

Feb 22, 1994 to Feb 26, 1994

By Don Taylor

Directed by Laura Hetherington

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The Winter Wife

The Winter Wife

Sep 21, 1993 to Sep 25, 1993

By Claire Tomalin

Directed by Martin Illston

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Living Together

Living Together

Jun 15, 1993 to Jun 19, 1993

By Alan Ayckbourn

Directed by Marjorie Howarth

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The Tragedy of Dido Queen of Carthage

The Tragedy of Dido Queen of Carthage

Feb 23, 1993 to Feb 27, 1993

By Christopher Marlowe

Directed by Vida Ayres

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Suddenly At Home

Suddenly At Home

Nov 3, 1992 to Nov 7, 1992

By Francis Durbridge

Directed by Marjorie Howarth

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Trivial Pursuits

Trivial Pursuits

Jun 16, 1992 to Jun 20, 1992

By Frank Vickery

Directed by Martin Illston

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The Rivals

The Rivals

Mar 17, 1992 to Mar 21, 1992

By Richard Brinsley Sheridan

Directed by Vida Ayres

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Steel Magnolias

Steel Magnolias

Nov 19, 1991 to Nov 23, 1991

By Robert Harling

Directed by Marjorie Howarth

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Daisy Pulls It Off

Daisy Pulls It Off

Jul 16, 1991 to Jul 20, 1991

By Denise Deegan

Directed by Glenys Glazebrook

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The Day After The Fair

The Day After The Fair

Feb 26, 1991 to Mar 2, 1991

By Frank Harvey

Directed by Martin Illston

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Strippers

Strippers

Oct 16, 1990 to Oct 20, 1990

By Peter Terson

Directed by Sue Allen

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Holiday Snap

Holiday Snap

Jul 17, 1990 to Jul 21, 1990

By Michael Pertwee & John Chapman

Directed by Vida Ayres

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