November 29, 2019

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In England, the sight of two people passionately making out in public is slightly cringe-worthy and uncomfortable. We tend to give a quick kiss hello or goodbye and leave anything else more passionate to the ‘room’ our friends tell us to ‘get in’....

The Marlowe Theatre plays a crucial role in Canterbury’s culture. With different shows playing every week, InQuire wanted to know more about the way the venue functions. Cat Buffe, Pioneering Canterbury Project producer, and Paula Gillespie, Chief Operating Officer, di...

October 23, 2019

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Experiencing Halloween in my country has been very different from what I expected it to be like in England. Some could say that Czech Halloween is uneventful in comparison to the English one. The reason why is mainly becau...

October 1, 2019

Welcome to episode four of InQuire’s History of Canterbury. Previously, we showed how the dramatic death of Archbishop Becket in 1170 changed Canterbury’s history forever and turned it into a European religious centre. This episode explores the rest of Canterbury’s med...

September 30, 2019

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Even though there were only three books to purchase for the module, your bank account started crying the moment you entered the pin code in. Books, just as bedsheets, Kent hoodies or a K-Pass are one of the first essential purchases you will make...

September 29, 2019

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To any History, Politics or American Studies student, the words ‘Vietnam War’ and ‘Robert McNamara’ bring back rather dull memories of yet again going over some of the darker days of US political history.

However, it seems that Dr. Aurélie...

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Breaking the societal boundaries that would have never been permitted in Prokofiev’s time.

Two bodies lying on a cold metal table. That’s the start of Matthew Bourne’s Romeo and Juliet which stirred an exp...

September 27, 2019

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Matthew Bourne’s Romeo and Juliet made an appearance at the Marlowe Theatre on 17 September. Filled with a youthful vibe, with movements hinted of a child-like nature, the show successfully combined prof...

September 24, 2019

Credit: InQuire Photography | Marianne Martin

Visit historical landmarks
If you are a history or architecture bug, visiting the renowned Canterbury Cathedral is a must. The Cathedral is a wonderful sight and is the reason why millions of tourists visit Canterbury annual...

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