Does this production capture the magic of the original?
Mark Taylor dons flares and heads for the disco
REVIEW: The Journal takes a trip to this year’s pantomime at the Marlowe
Mark Taylor reviews the musical by Gary Barlow and Tim Firth at the Marlowe Theatre.
The Journal’s resident arts critic Mark Taylor watched the thrilling Cirque Berserk at the Marlowe.
Journal reviewer Mark Taylor visits the Marlowe for a dose of 80s classic An Officer and a Gentleman
Journal reviewer Mark Taylor watches Awful Auntie at the Marlowe Theatre.
How far should you go to get justice, asks Canterbury Journal reviewer Mark Taylor.
REVIEW: Mark Taylor hangs out with bears, monkeys, snakes and tigers at the Marlowe Theatre
The Journal’s resident arts critic Mark Taylor on Sunset Boulevard at the Marlowe – a timeless tale of celebrity
Agatha Christie’s drama is a tense psychological thriller that plays with audience expectations to unsettling effect, says reviewer Mark Taylor who gives it four out of five.
Mark Taylor grew up in Canterbury and is a maths and science tutor.He enjoys film, theatre, and literature, and is the Journal's resident arts critic.
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