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Marquee TV is offering FREE streaming for 30 days to help support the performing arts while they are not able to have live performances.
In homage to Shakespeare Week last week (March 16 - March 22), Marquee TV have launched four new titles on the platform so Shakespeare fans can celebrate the Bard from the comfort of their homes.
Other catergories on the streaming service include opera, contemporary dance, ballet and other theatre productions.
New addition to the Royal Shakespeare Company Collection. Christopher Luscombe’s sumptuous production, featuring Adrian Edmondson as the hapless Malvolio and Kara Tointon as his love interest Olivia. “Lavishly designed with a lush, romantic score, and stuffed with smart ideas.” (The Times)
The Donmar Shakespeare Trilogy:
All-female productions of Shakespeare's greatest political dramas (Julius Caesar, The Tempest, Henry IV) set in a present-day women's prison. "Harriet Walter is mesmerising in one play after another." (The Guardian ★★★★★)
Marquee TV is a newly launched streaming service that gives arts enthusiasts the unique ability to watch dance, opera and theatre content on their own devices. Dubbed “Netflix for the Arts,” Marquee TV unlocks the world of performing arts.
Visit marquee.tv to find out what's on offer.
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