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  • CYMBELINE
    Cambridge Previews
    ALBATROSS PRODUCTIONS presents a new version of Sh…

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  • The Wait
    Film Locations
    Short Film Shooting In Cambridge - The Wait: Camb…
  • ACTORS WANTED FOR SHORT FILM DRAMA
    Anglia Ruskin Univeristy
    Chris is new at college. He's had to move fro…
  • Footloose
    ADC Theatre
    CUADC presents the 2012 Lent term two week musical…
  • The Acid Test
    Homerton Auditorium
    Dana, Ruth and Jess down shots to console the hear…
  • Her Ways to Roam
    Film Short
    "Her Ways to Roam", (the title, taken fr…

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BAWDS posted: 'The Lord only punishes the good.' The Count of Monte Cristo @adctheatre April 4-8. Tickets: https://t.co/9QZbbj9uSn https://t.co/yRDOG9bM4V

23rd March 2017 4:26pm


The Penguin Club posted: There's still time to join us for our Theatre Thursday trip to see "How to Succeed" at the @adctheatre tonight.

23rd March 2017 9:26am


Cambridge University Musical Theatre Society posted: CHECK OUT THIS VIDEO OF SOGGY BOTTOM: The Bake-Off themed Musical!!! We had the privilege of seeing it live and can confirm it was just as amaZing as the reviews have said it was: "I have never seen such a standing ovation in a theatre in Cambridge before" "so fluent that sometimes I just couldn’t believe that the musical was not scripted" "The improvised melodies were so catchy that I heard them sang on the streets by the audience leaving the theatre" "I haven’t seen such creative improvisation as this on stage before" If you missed it (boo) - check out the recording!

22nd March 2017 1:15pm


Downing Dramatic Society posted: The Downing Dramatic Society is opening Show Applications for Easter Term 2017. We are opening applications for: • Shows at the Howard Theatre, Downing College (including funding) • Funding for: - Corpus Main and Late Shows - ADC Late Shows - Equivalent scale shows at other venues - Edinburgh Fringe shows Applications for all forms and genres of theatre are very welcome. We are especially keen to see applications for new writing productions and productions with opportunities for BME and gender neutral roles. Please download the form linked below and return it to Sacha Hopkins-Powell (Vice-President Incoming) at svh28@cam.ac.uk once filled. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1P7vr06uUao5wNPn8-NtISGpwlkTY7j4lgZqWdgxNRmk/edit?usp=sharing If you are considering the DDS, amongst other societies, merely as a funding body, please submit your application document to svh@cam.ac.uk instead of filling this form. The deadline for Show Applications is: 23:45, Sunday 4 April 2017

22nd March 2017 10:32am


Downing Dramatic Society posted: The Downing Dramatic Society is opening Show Applications for Easter Term 2017. We are opening applications for: • Shows at the Howard Theatre, Downing College (including funding) • Funding for: - Corpus Main and Late Shows - ADC Late Shows - Equivalent scale shows at other venues Applications for all forms and genres of theatre are very welcome. We are especially keen to see applications for new writing productions and productions with opportunities for BME and gender neutral roles. Please download the form linked below and return it to Sacha Hopkins-Powell (Vice-President Incoming) at svh28@cam.ac.uk once filled. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1P7vr06uUao5wNPn8-NtISGpwlkTY7j4lgZqWdgxNRmk/edit?usp=sharing If you are considering the DDS, amongst other societies, merely as a funding body, please submit your application document to svh@cam.ac.uk instead of filling this form. The deadline for Show Applications is: 23:45, Sunday 4 April 2017

22nd March 2017 10:00am


BAWDS posted: Any Major Dude indie film | Film Reviews and Movie Trailers | UK Film Review https://t.co/GjrpkEMxBq

21st March 2017 7:00pm


BAWDS posted: Any Major Dude indie film | Film Reviews and Movie Trailers | UK Film Review https://t.co/duXQvOioaf

21st March 2017 6:55pm


BAWDS posted: Any Major Dude indie film | Film Reviews and Movie Trailers | UK Film Review https://t.co/hHR9WtywIr

21st March 2017 6:55pm


Pembroke Players posted: Applications are now open for Edinburgh Fringe Funding! Got a show that you’d like to take up to Edinburgh this August but still looking for funding? Pembroke Players is looking to fund up to 3 shows, drama or comedy, going to the Fringe! Please apply via the usual form below, giving as much detail as you can, especially in the budget section. Please note that the Pembroke Players Committee will not be responsible for finding your show a venue, and if you do not have one at the time of application, please give an indication of how much the venue hire is likely to be for venues you are currently considering/applying to. We look forward to hearing from you! Deadline: Saturday 25th March, 10pm. https://www.pembrokeplayers.co.uk/apply/

20th March 2017 7:59pm


ADC Theatre posted: Have you seen @CUADC's @howtosucceedadc yet? https://t.co/EOB4btTDTa

19th March 2017 4:39pm


Downing Dramatic Society posted: DDS's final show of term, IMMACULATE, is on for it's last night tonight, make sure to get your tickets for this ★★★★★ production 'Immaculate is one of the funniest things I have seen in a long time- an all-round very strong cast.' Make sure you don't miss out on the last few tickets for tonight! http://thetab.com/uk/cambridge/2017/03/17/review-immaculate-91559 https://www.adctheatre.com/whats-on/play/immaculate/

18th March 2017 8:24pm


The Marlowe Society posted: ENGLISH TOURING OPERA seeks opera fans for role in brand new production of Tosca English Touring Opera are seeking opera fans to play the walk on role of the cardinal in the English Touring Opera’s new production of Puccini’s Tosca. A classic Puccini opera, Tosca is the story of Floria Tosca, the wife to a painter who is called upon to hide an escaped political prisoner. The chosen cardinal will contribute to Puccini’s heart-breaking story of double crossings, love and betrayal. At the climax of act one, the chosen cardinal will lead the Te Deum procession, a group of young choristers, through Rome, fully kitted out in clerical vestments, in this new opera directed by award winning theatre director Blanche McIntyre and conducted by ETO’s Music Director, Michael Rosewell. Don’t worry, no singing is actually required! This is a once in a lifetime opportunity for an opera lover to tread the boards in one of the world’s most recognisable and much loved operas, where you will join an exclusive group of 31 first-time performers from across the country. If you’re interested in performing the role, whether you’re an opera star, an actual cardinal or have never been on the stage before, please email Rebecca at rebecca.ryan@englishtouringopera.org.uk with a short paragraph on why you should play the cardinal, and your choice of performance date. Please make sure to submit you interest by Friday 24th April. The cardinal’s young choir will be selected from local schools across the tour, who have been rehearsing the parts in school as part of the English Touring Opera’s education programme. Tosca will be performed in Italian with English subtitles. The performances dates for Cambridge Arts Theatre are as follows; Tuesday 25th April at 7:30PM Friday 28th April at 7:30PM Saturday 29th April at 7:30PM To take part you will have to be available and at the Theatre from 3:30PM onwards on the days that you perform. This is a male part open to all ages, with no specific requirements apart from whoever takes on the role must be able to move freely about the stage.

18th March 2017 3:53pm


The Penguin Club posted: Want to get involved? Come to our Stitch Up Saturday event at 3pm in the ADC Theatre and find out what's going on. See you there!

17th March 2017 6:06pm


Cambridge University Amateur Dramatic Club posted: Our Lent Term Musical this year, HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING opens tonight! Check out some of the shots from our dress rehearsal today! Get your tickets now: http://www.adctheatre.com/howtosucceed Credits: Oscar Yang

15th March 2017 6:03pm


The Marlowe Society posted: The Marlowe Society presents.... SCENE A play by Lola Olufemi and Martha Krish Last night's performance received a standing ovation from a SOLD OUT audience, so grab you tickets NOW as there are only a few available for Fri and Sat - https://www.adctheatre.com/whats-on/play/scene/

15th March 2017 4:14pm


The Marlowe Society posted: The Marlowe Society presents.... SCENE A play by Lola Olufemi and Martha Krish 14th-18th March, 9:30pm @ Corpus Playroom Tickets: £7/£6 (Tue £6/£5) ~~ adctheatre.com/scene ~~ A play about an interracial (black/white) queer couple who are putting on a play about their relationship in order to provide social commentary on contemporary race and gender politics. They trust each other, having been together three years. But the process of devising the play reveals just how much of a defining role race plays in their relationship and individual experiences of the world, throwing up unresolved issues and - challenging them as writers and actors, as well as the audience to think critically about the intersection between race, gender and sexuality. A love story that asks questions and who and why we love and the things that separate us from one another.

15th March 2017 4:08pm


The Marlowe Society posted: The Marlowe Society presents.... SCENE A play by Lola Olufemi and Martha Krish 14th-18th March, 9:30pm @ Corpus Playroom Tickets: £7/£6 (Tue £6/£5) ~~ adctheatre.com/scene ~~ A play about an interracial (black/white) queer couple who are putting on a play about their relationship in order to provide social commentary on contemporary race and gender politics. They trust each other, having been together three years. But the process of devising the play reveals just how much of a defining role race plays in their relationship and individual experiences of the world, throwing up unresolved issues and - challenging them as writers and actors, as well as the audience to think critically about the intersection between race, gender and sexuality. A love story that asks questions and who and why we love and the things that separate us from one another.

15th March 2017 4:05pm


The Marlowe Society posted: Thanks, Rachel! We loved doing it--here's to many more! https://t.co/JV8uuEMUTr

14th March 2017 10:26pm


The Marlowe Society posted: By Lola Olufemi and Martha Krish 14th-18th March, 9:30pm @ Corpus Playroom A play about an interracial (black/white) queer couple who are putting on a play about their relationship in order to provide social commentary on contemporary race and gender politics. They trust each other, having been together three years. But the process of devising the play reveals just how much of a defining role race plays in their relationship and individual experiences of the world, throwing up unresolved issues and - challenging them as writers and actors, as well as the audience to think critically about the intersection between race, gender and sexuality. A love story that asks questions and who and why we love and the things that separate us from one another.

14th March 2017 1:59pm


Cambridge University Amateur Dramatic Club posted: Discover more what's going on behind the scenes as we prepare for How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying https://t.co/Cqyri2w2YX

14th March 2017 11:32am