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  • Killing Other People
    Corpus Playroom
    One man's obsession for his cause propels him…
  • Enigma
    ADC Theatre
    "ENIGMA"! This is the name and theme of …
  • Bluebird
    Corpus Playroom
    The transience of love. The incommunicability of t…
  • Yellow: A new sketch show
    ADC Theatre
    A little while ago, not much more than a few days …
  • CAIN
    The Divinity School (opposite St John's college)
    CAIN is a new chamber opera set at the dawn of man…

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Cambridge American Stage Tour posted: CAST is funding a show! Sunset Eternal: A Stand-Up Show is at the ADC tomorrow night at 11pm! The show is already 60% sold out - and we expect to sell a lot on the door tomorrow, so it's best to be safe and buy your tickets now just in case! Previous praise for performers: "Creative and absolutely hilarious" - The Tab "Fantastic... had me in hysterics" - TCS "The performers were all excellent in both timing and delivery, and their unwavering energy" - Varsity "Yum." - The Tab http://www.adctheatre.com/whats-on/comedy/sunset-eternal-a-stand-up-show.aspx

26th January 2015 4:03pm


ADC Theatre posted: There are a few tickets left for the @CUMTS bar night tonight! Grab one while you can: http://t.co/c4ANZ6Ah1i #cambridge #musicaltheatre

26th January 2015 2:53pm


Pembroke Players posted: We came, we saw, we conquered. http://t.co/JdsElcpG9C #TheLadySmoker can't wait for the next one!!

25th January 2015 10:29pm


Homerton Amateur Theatrical Society posted: We're supporting TATE CAMBRIDGE in Week 7 - A wacky comedy set in an arts gallery. Take a look on camdram http://t.co/OIzQtYhqRA

25th January 2015 10:18pm


Gilbert and Sullivan Society posted: Rehearsal photos of James and Holly, playing Fred and Lilli, the stars of the show! What a darling couple they would make indeed! If they weren't ex husband and wife that is... Having these two performing together can only lead to hilarity and disaster! To find out more come and see 'Kiss Me Kate.' Book your tickets here: http://www.adcticketing.com/what…/musical/kiss-me,-kate.aspx

25th January 2015 9:28pm


Homerton Amateur Theatrical Society posted: HATS presents TATE CAMBRIDGE Wed 4th March 2015 - Fri 6th March 2015, at Judith E. Wilson Drama Studio. This Week 7 comedy show is set in a parody art gallery - we're looking for art works (serious and funny both welcome) and funny characters to fill our gallery. In addition to all the usual roles that a production requires. For audition times and how to apply, see: http://www.camdram.net/shows/2015-tate-cambridge

25th January 2015 1:46pm


Gilbert and Sullivan Society posted: Photos from the 'Kiss Me Kate' Sitzprobe: these guys sound absolutely amazing! If you want to hear them, book your tickets here: https://www.adcticketing.com/wha…/musical/kiss-me,-kate.aspx

25th January 2015 1:12pm


Gilbert and Sullivan Society posted: Come to see 'Kiss Me Kate' and 'Brush up your Shakespeare!'

25th January 2015 2:05am


Gilbert and Sullivan Society posted: Gilbert & Sullivan Gala Concert We are now recruiting a Director/producer and a Musical Director for the Gilbert & Sullivan Gala Concert. This will be performed at Little St Mary’s Church, Cambridge on 7th March 2015. The role of director/producer will consist of liaising with the church, booking rehearsal venues, organising the finances and arranging the running order of the gala. There will be no closing date, applications will close when a suitable applicant is found. So don’t miss out, apply today to the current secretary, Zowie Sweetland, on zs280@cam.ac.uk.

25th January 2015 12:42am


Cambridge University Musical Theatre Society posted: Don't forget: Application for CUMTS Funding for Edinburgh shows closes TOMORROW AT 6PM! This is your chance to live and breath a show at one of the most exciting theatre festivals of the year. Don't miss out! Some Edinburgh inspiration... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jaVz5QodZv4

24th January 2015 12:48pm


Cambridge American Stage Tour posted: *Applications for TD, CLX and publicity designer have been extended to January 29* CAST has been crossing the Atlantic annually for nearly 15 years to tour up and down the east coast of the USA. This year we will be taking Taming of the Shrew. Please see our application pack for more details and suggestions for applications: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1-c0-8T6hxaktRr1CUUAEOeUfwc_O0ZzGDoBBahDX_Xs/edit?usp=sharing Please do apply for what will be the most exciting, fun, challenging theatre experience you could ever get in Cambridge. Drop either me or Laura message or email us on manager@castcambridge.com with any questions - or feel free to email our director on kennedy@castcambridge.com! All are welcome!

24th January 2015 11:12am


Cambridge University Amateur Dramatic Club posted: Varsity- 'also worth catching this week is Osama the Hero (Wed 21st - Sat 24th at 11.00pm), penned by the writer of Channel 4’s Utopia Dennis Kelly, it pitches itself as "a play about the necessity and danger of making truth. And watching it, you are forced to construct your own." Ooooh intriguing.'

23rd January 2015 9:27pm


Homerton Amateur Theatrical Society posted: The final night of LEAN by @IsleyLynn showing at @corpusplayroom! Amazing ★★★★ by @VarsityUK - http://t.co/yA5WcL69nx http://t.co/WUCVkItnr6

23rd January 2015 4:59pm


Cambridge University Musical Theatre Society posted: Don't forget Bar Night auditions today from 4 - 6pm in Dressing Room 1! Also, please do hang around/come along after the Bar Night on Monday... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=64vIcnpHaiU

23rd January 2015 9:08am


Gilbert and Sullivan Society posted: AGM: The AGM is almost here! It will take place on Sunday 8th February at 2-4pm, in the GLR at Hughes Hall. Please come along and find out what is happening in the society. There will be food and drink available, for you to enjoy. If you wish to become a member of the new committee, please express your interest to the current secretary on zs280@cam.ac.uk. Actual nominations and seconding will occur at the AGM, where your husting will give everyone the opportunity to consider your suitability for the post. The posts are: Chairman Junior Treasurer Secretary General Member We look forward to seeing you there!

22nd January 2015 8:23pm


Gilbert and Sullivan Society posted: LSM GALA: We are now recruiting a Director/producer and an MD for the LSM Gala. This will be performed at Little St Mary’s Church on 7th March 2015. The role of director/producer will consist of liaising with the church, booking rehearsal venues, organising the finances and arranging the running order of the gala. There will be no closing date, applications will close when a suitable applicant is found. So don’t miss out, apply today to the current secretary, Zowie Sweetland, on zs280@cam.ac.uk.

22nd January 2015 8:22pm


Gilbert and Sullivan Society posted: MAY WEEK SHOW: Applications have opened for the May week show. We are looking for a director, musical director and producer. You may apply separately or as a team. The show will take place on Thursday 18th June 2015 or Friday 19th June 2015 on St John’s Punts. The shortlist of shows is below, although you may apply with another show, if you have a strong vision for that show. Producers may apply to produce without a particular show. Iolanthe Pirates of Penzance Yeomen of the Guard Utopia Patience For further information, or to apply, contact the current secretary, Zowie Sweetland, on zs280@cam.ac.uk.

22nd January 2015 8:22pm


Gilbert and Sullivan Society posted: KISS ME, KATE: Our next show Kiss Me, Kate will be performed at: West Road Concert Hall, 11 West Road, Cambridge, CB3 9DP on Thursday 29 - Saturday 31 January 2015 at 7.45pm with a Saturday matinee at 2pm. Ticket costs are: Band A: £18/£13 Band B: £14/£11 which can be purchased on www.adcticketing.com/whats-on/musical/kiss-me,-kate.aspx or 01223 300085. The show synopsis is below. This is going to be an exciting show, so don't miss it! Fred Graham is directing, producing and starring in a new, musical adaptation of Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew. Unfortunately, his leading lady and star of the show is his ex-wife, star Lilli Vanessi, and another of his stars has a gambling problem and has run afoul of some gangsters. As the production of the musical progresses, the lives of the actors begin to mirror the action of the plot, and the lines between backstage and on-stage are blurred. Featuring classics such as as Another Op'nin, Another Show, So in Love and Too Darn Hot, Kiss Me, Kate is a fun, frothy and fizzy romantic comedy that's too darn hot to handle!

22nd January 2015 8:21pm


Pembroke Players posted: Big excitement- the Pembroke Players are hitting the ADC stage in Feb! Find out more here: https://t.co/XdTTpB3KNN

22nd January 2015 4:43pm


ADC Theatre posted: Only three nights left to catch LEAN by Isley Lynn, 7pm at the Corpus Playroom. Book here: http://bit.ly/1E6e5Se There have been some fantastic reviews of the production: >> Strong First from the Tab: "a painfully real, vivid and all too human depiction of life" http://cambridge.tab.co.uk/2015/01/21/lean-review/ >> Five stars from CTR: "powerful, thought-provoking piece of drama" http://cambridgetheatrereview.com/r/VLaT2CKsRCOEPQJdXDx6yg >> 9/10 from TCS: "a brilliant, yet truly terrifying, performance where it is hard not to remain moved" http://www.tcs.cam.ac.uk/theatre/0033588-lean-review.html >> Four stars from Varsity: "bold, important, and irrefutably worthy of this second run" http://www.varsity.co.uk/theatre/8076

22nd January 2015 4:39pm