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  • When in Rome...
    The Space@Surgeons Hall, Edinburgh
    Welcome to the world of When in Rome... - a hotbed…
  • The Cure
    Edinburgh Festival
    Habit is the enemy. Addiction is the cure. Dyl…
  • Doctor Faustus
    Edinburgh Fringe Festival
    In a grimy Whitechapel garret at the turn of the c…
  • Oh What A Lovely War on Terror
    C Venues, Cabaret Bar
    A comic new telling of the blundering buffoonery t…
  • Struts and Frets
    BellyLaugh, Underbelly
    Keith’s failing – as actor, lover, and liver. …

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The Fletcher Players Society posted: Good luck to all the Cambridge shows going up to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival over the next few weeks! There are some thoroughly great shows taking place this year, so if you're taking part or visiting, make sure to see them.

4th August 2015 2:40pm


Pembroke Players posted: Our Edinburgh Fringe line-up starts tomorrow! Get all the info on our website: www.pembrokeplayers.co.uk

3rd August 2015 11:56pm


Homerton Amateur Theatrical Society posted: @edfringe kicks off next weekend! We look forward to seeing the amazing Cambridge shows this summer making a splash!! http://t.co/CmHm3PQiV4

2nd August 2015 4:29pm


Homerton Amateur Theatrical Society posted: The Edinburgh Festival Fringe kicks off next weekend and we're suitably excited! Although HATS hasn't funded anyone this year we would love to hear from you if you're going - Send us a message and we'll give your production a shout out on Facebook, Twitter and our website!

2nd August 2015 4:26pm


Cambridge University Amateur Dramatic Club posted: Exciting developments from the MIDNIGHT CAFÉ camp - make sure you catch them at the Fringe!

31st July 2015 7:42pm


Cambridge American Stage Tour posted: Only a week until rehearsals begin!

31st July 2015 2:49pm


The Marlowe Society posted: We are very excited to be participating in #Yeats150, and are looking for a producer! http://t.co/ZbeCYgNOs1

29th July 2015 11:39am


Cambridge American Stage Tour posted: With just under a month to go until our first performance, check out http://t.co/axiilb10Bi for info and tickets for all of our shows!

29th July 2015 11:38am


Cambridge University Musical Theatre Society posted: Hope everyone is having a great summer! Take a look at this brilliant new video from Oli MacFarlane, soon to play the title role of Pippin in our production of Stephen Schwartz's classic musical at the Edinburgh Fringe this August! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=duu5u2KcoHc

26th July 2015 2:27pm


Pembroke Players posted: Heading to the Edinburgh Fringe this year? *jealous* Pembroke Players are taking not one, not two, but THREE outstanding shows for your enjoyment. Grab all the details on our website: www.pembrokeplayers.co.uk

24th July 2015 7:26pm


Cambridge American Stage Tour posted: Only 2 weeks until rehearsals begin!

24th July 2015 8:20am


Cambridge American Stage Tour posted: Information on these shows, and more, right here: http://t.co/axiilb10Bi

24th July 2015 8:20am


Cambridge American Stage Tour posted: Before we fly out for our 4 week US tour, we are performing two previews at the @adctheatre and @Ely_Cathedral: https://t.co/hoKAElZnD6

24th July 2015 8:19am


Cambridge American Stage Tour posted: Before we fly out to America for our 4 week tour of the East Coast, we are performing two previews at the ADC Theatre and Ely Cathedral. It'd be great to see many friendly and familar faces there! More info here: https://www.facebook.com/events/471168583061823/

24th July 2015 8:14am


The Marlowe Society posted: This year is Yeats150. Events around the world are celebrating the great poet, a leading figure in the fight for Irish independence. In Cambridge, on 23 November, there will be an international conference, commissioned by the Irish Embassy. The Marlowe Society and Magdalene College Dramatic Society will present to the Conference the play in which Cuchulain first appears, "On Baile’s Strand", followed by the play Yeats wrote on his own death-bed, "The Death of Cuchulain". Applications to produce these rarely performed Yeats plays have opened! This is a very exciting opportunity to work with the Yeats150 project, which is being co-ordinated by the Irish Embassy. We are accepting applications to produce either play, but if you would be interested in producing both, please say! Please email your applications, detailing any relevant experience and your interest in this project, to Alex on ac887@cam.ac.uk. https://www.camdram.net/vacancies/applications#2015-the-death-of-cuchulain

22nd July 2015 11:24am


Cambridge University Opera Society posted: Just one month on from our wonderful production of Così fan Tutte, we're delighted to announce our 2016 CUOS Mainshow is... A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM BY BENJAMIN BRITTEN! We are seriously excited about this, and we hope you are too! More information about the show and its auditions will be available in due course.

22nd July 2015 10:30am


Cambridge American Stage Tour posted: Just under 2 weeks until rehearsals begin, and we are all very excited by our beautiful posters, designed by Hannah Taylor, with photography by Johannes Hjorth. Not long until the tour begins!

20th July 2015 5:26pm


Gilbert and Sullivan Society posted: Are you a lead tenor? Or do you play an instrument? If so, The Sorcerer at the Minack is looking for both a lead tenor and members for its orchestra! Come to beautiful Cornwall for two or three weeks--cast spend the first two weeks in rehearsals, with orchestra members joining in in the second week, before 8 performances to thousands of audience members the third! The Minack (www.minack.com) is the most famous cliffside open-air theatre in Britain, possibly in the world; from above, it looks as though some wandering Greeks, two thousand years ago, had carved a theatre into the granite cliffs of Porthcurno, Cornwall. It regularly plays host to world-famous performing companies; indeed, this year, we will be followed by none other than the Globe on Tour! Orchestra members needed include flute/piccolo, oboes, clarinets, bassoon, horns, cornets, trombones, percussion, violins, violas, cello, and bass. Cast members arrive on 22/23 August, and orchestra members arrive on the 29/30 August. Departures are on 13 September, after the last show. However, if you do need a small variation in dates, we may well be able to accommodate, so feel free to ask! Accommodation and food are covered by £60 per week, though subsidies are available for those in need. We're also looking for some additional chorus members, so do get in touch no matter your voice part! If interested, or for any questions, please email us on thesorcerer2015@gmail.com!

20th July 2015 1:17pm


The Marlowe Society posted: The Marlowe Society is very excited to confirm that after the success of March's Marlowe Showcase, Nicholas Barter (former Principal of RADA (1993-2007) and former Artistic Director of the Arts Theatre) is returning to direct this November's Showcase, which will once again be held at the ADC Theatre and the Arts Theatre in London. Auditions will be held on October 24, with Assistant Director interviews on October 23. More information can be found here: http://www.camdram.net/vacancies/auditions#2015-the-marlowe-showcase

20th July 2015 12:49pm


Pembroke Players posted: Could you help our Japan Tour sort some vintage costumes?

20th July 2015 9:55am