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You watched the 90s adaptation of Of Mice and Men with John Malkovich, now get ready to experience Steinbeck’s story in a fresh way.
This month a new production of Steinbeck’s classic opens up in Canterbury. The Marlowe Theatre will house Guys Unsworth’s adaptation of what I don’t doubt will be a splendid production.
After the all the sweat and tears caused due to this month’s exams, you’ll no doubt need a detox so you can forget about all of your academic woes. What better way to do this than to see a play?
With British Sign Language-interpreted and captioned performances, you can be sure that everyone will be included in this out of the world experience. You might not ever get this opportunity again.
If this sounds like something you would be interested in, head on over to The Marlow’s website to book tickets to see the show. It will be running from January 29 – February 3.
With Student Finance making it rain on all of us several weeks ago, you have no excuse but to see this show. We’re all basically rich’ish. I hope to see you there.