Building Business Relationships through The Marlowe Theatre…

It’s been a whirlwind 2019 for The Marlowe. This time last year, the theatre was preparing for the transfer of governance from Canterbury City Council to the independently managed Marlowe Trust. Since then, we’ve welcomed over 400,000 people through our doors, and continued to host some of the best in touring theatre, music, and dance. To top it all a 5 week run of Les Miserables, has just been announced for September/October 2020!
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One of the core strengths of The Marlowe is our loyal audience base, many of whom belong to either our individual or business membership schemes. These relationships are super important to us, and in return we offer great benefits to members.
Aligning your business with The Marlowe brings exciting benefits, including promotional opportunities within the theatre and online, discounted advertising rates, and special networking and social events. Plus your entire staff can take advantage of priority booking and ticket discounts for themseleves outside of work – a nice perk to have and be able to offer to attract and retain great people! Our full business membrship benefits summary can be found at

As well as all the commercial advantages to membership, now that The Marlowe is an independent charitable trust, we can work with you to realise you’re Corporate Social Responsibility objectives. We partner with 23 schools throughout East Kent, giving both young people and teachers opportunities to work with leading industry professionals such as the Royal Shakespeare Company and Matthew Bourne on memorable and often life changing projects.

As a special offer for fellow Supply My Business members, throughout September and October we are offering a £50 discount for new members, so businesses with 25 employees or less can access all the benefits of the business membership for £400 +VAT, and those with more than 25 staff £900 +VAT.

If you’d like to find out more about the membership, or advertising opportunities with The Marlowe, please contact Matt Clarke at

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