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Théâtre du Marais Pacra. SO6

Théâtre du Marais Pacra. SO6

Brandon Marsh Photography | Concert Photography Portfolio - Porter Robinson "Worlds" Tour @ Guelph Concert Theatre - Crowd Photo - Award Winning Concert Photographer

Brandon Marsh Photography | Concert Photography Portfolio - Porter Robinson "Worlds" Tour @ Guelph Concert Theatre - Crowd Photo - Award Winning Concert Photographer

Brother's on the Blvd. & Southern Marsh Grand Theatre Acadiana Flag Duck T-Shirt Benefit. We are #LafayetteStrong

Brother's on the Blvd. & Southern Marsh Grand Theatre Acadiana Flag Duck T-Shirt Benefit. We are #LafayetteStrong

The Seagull. Black Swan State Theatre Company. Set and Costume Design by Fiona Bruce Photography by Gary Marsh black-swan-seagull-550-367

The Seagull. Black Swan State Theatre Company. Set and Costume Design by Fiona Bruce Photography by Gary Marsh black-swan-seagull-550-367

Theatre Mai Marsh Featured September 1917

Theatre Mai Marsh Featured September 1917

A short walk from Waterloo station and the Old Vic theatre, Lower Marsh is a historic south London street in transition. Built (as its name suggests) on former

A short walk from Waterloo station and the Old Vic theatre, Lower Marsh is a historic south London street in transition. Built (as its name suggests) on former

For the ones who didn’t see the 30+min play 'The Turning Point', by Michael Bobbs, Sky Arts Theatre Live! Starring  Benedict Cumberbatch and Matthew Marsh. The  play is built around a meeting in 1938 between Winston Churchill and Guy Burgess, at a point when the world was falling apart. They were both lonely men. A few years later, one had come to be regarded as The Greatest Briton, the other as The Greatest Traitor. But were they so very different?

For the ones who didn’t see the 30+min play 'The Turning Point', by Michael Bobbs, Sky Arts Theatre Live! Starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Matthew Marsh. The play is built around a meeting in 1938 between Winston Churchill and Guy Burgess, at a point when the world was falling apart. They were both lonely men. A few years later, one had come to be regarded as The Greatest Briton, the other as The Greatest Traitor. But were they so very different?

1 Henry IV (UCLU Drama Society) @ Bloomsbury Theatre, London, 2014  Oliver Marsh as Falstaff

1 Henry IV (UCLU Drama Society) @ Bloomsbury Theatre, London, 2014 Oliver Marsh as Falstaff

Theatre Magazine Mai Marsh Featured September 1917

Theatre Magazine Mai Marsh Featured September 1917