Christopher Marlowe and William Shakespeare

When William Shakespeare arrived in London, the darling of the London stage was Christopher Marlowe.

On October 25, 1976, Queen Elizabeth II opened the new premises of the National Theatre. The theatre’s inaugural production was a tandem presentation of the First and Second Parts of Tamburlaine the Great which played to packed houses and rapturous applause, just as they did almost four…

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