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Caruso and the Quake Prodigal Theatre with Andrew G Marshall in


association with Richard Jordan Productions


At the height of his fame, the tenor Enrico Caruso was trapped in the San Francisco earthquake of 1906. He escaped his collapsing hotel room, across a city swept by fire, fighting his way past the military to flee the chaos. Beautiful story-telling and live opera singing from works by Puccini, Rossini, Leoncavallo and Tosti combine to reveal the heart behind the legend.


‘Opera singing with a pure fresh quality’ (The Scotsman) ‘Compelling’ (The Stage)


Saturday 23 October St Mary’s Hall Studio Theatre 7.30pm


Tickets £14


The Colour of Nonsense Forkbeard Fantasy Comic Theatre & Film


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1. Ignacio Jarquin in Caruso and the Quake Image © Matthew Andrews


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2. The Dreadful Hours 3. Kupenga Kwa Hamlet


A comedy thriller about a priceless Invisible Artwork and the chaos that follows its theft. At the studios of Splash, Line & Scuro, Cutting Edge Conceptualists, things haven’t been looking too hot of late. Then out of the blue comes a million pound commission for the first ever completely genuine invisible artwork. With Forkbeard’s famed mix of visual trickery, film and outlandish storylines, this is an exuberant satire on an art and theatre world always in search of the New.


‘Brilliantly funny and full of insane invention’ (The Guardian) ‘Mesmerising magic’ (The Independent)


Saturday 23 October Theatre Royal Margate 7.30pm


Tickets £14 (Concessions £12) Sponsored by


The Dreadful Hours Tmesis Theatre in association


with the Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse


A painfully funny dinner you can’t afford to miss, The Dreadful Hours is a darkly comic, physically charged drama that exposes the quiet disintegration of love’s first flourish through one couple’s relationship. What happens when one hour’s dinner can seem like years, yet years seem to pass in a heartbeat?


Combining Tmesis Theatre’s trademark physicality with new writing from acclaimed Northwest playwright Chris Fittock, this wonderfully inventive production, directed by Peepolykus’ master of the ridiculous Javier Marzan, will change the way you see yourself and your relationships.


‘From the laugh out loud to emotive contemplation, The Dreadful Hours is original and utterly engaging; physical theatre at its very best.’ (The Public Reviews)


Recommended for ages 12+


Monday 25 October Gulbenkian Theatre 7.45pm Tickets £14 (Students £12)


Festival Box Office: 01227 787787 | www.canterburyfestival.co.uk


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