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  • The Mean
    24 hours, 9 old friends and 5 years' worth of…
  • Pravda
    ADC Theatre
    As the New York Times put it, 'Pravda is an e…
  • Amygdala Wonderland
    ADC Theatre (Larkum Studio)
    Welcome to a world away from the world, as George …
  • Les Justes
    Corpus Playroom
    Based on the true story of the assassination of Gr…
  • Dreaming of Leaves
    Newnham Old Labs
    Dreaming of Leaves is a piece of new student writi…

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  • Noises Off
    ADC Theatre
    Noises Off is a side-splittingly hilarious comedy …
  • Res Gestae
    Corpus Playroom
    Julia: Rich. Spoilt. Famous. And now just one more…
  • Verge
    Corpus Playroom
    <p>When a cross-country coach is forced to m…
  • Jet Set Go! The cabin crew musical
    ADC Theatre
    The sky is the limit as CUMTS presents Jet Set Go!…
  • The Rake's Progress
    West Road Concert Hall
    Stravinsky's neoclassical setting of W. H. Au…

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Cinecam posted: https://www.facebook.com/events/1743636855856498/ It would be great to see lots of you at this tomorrow!

11th February 2016 9:23pm


Pembroke Players posted: Week 3, Lent 2016 broke nearly every single Pembroke Players record. The most shows ever, the biggest audiences ever, the highest turnover, most Facebook likes… ---- Less than a fortnight has passed, and we’re here to do it again. ---- WEEK FIVE “Mavericks” is bold and brilliant sketch comedy from a duo destined to go far - they’ve already hosted the Corpus Smoker and are gearing up to tackle the Edinburgh Fringe. It’s directed by Ken Cheng, whose 4* standup hour ‘Ken Cheng: Chinese Comedian’ completely sold out the ADC earlier this term. “Quinoa 2”’s predecessor (Michaelmas 2015) burst through New Cellars’ standard capacity, and sold out three nights with the largest consecutive audiences we’d ever seen. And this time their posters are INFINITELY better, so it may well happen again. “Great Expectations” is selling tickets slightly faster than we saw for “The History Boys”…which had sold out every night two days before they opened. I’d take that as a warning sign, and book in advance. It’s also a glowing script in a bold production. Finally, “Five Go Off On One!” (at Corpus Playroom) is building hype across the university…and beyond. It’s already been courted by external companies, so it’s probably worth catching while in Cambridge. Advance booking highly recommended, as that seems to be what everyone is doing. Get buying, friends. All tickets available at pembrokeplayers.co.uk, or corpusplayroom.com/five for “Five Go Off On One!”

11th February 2016 9:19pm


Cambridge University Opera Society posted: We love these fantastic photos of our masterclass with Iestyn Davies - Countertenor for the leads of this year's mainshow, A Midsummer Night's Dream. Thanks to Iestyn for your guidance - it's set to be an incredible show. Tickets available from ADC Ticketing: http://bit.ly/1SxkoUM Photo credit: Sapphire Armitage

11th February 2016 6:55pm


The Marlowe Society posted: Tune n to @BBCCambs @chrismannbbc now to hear Aoife and Tom Beaven chat about Measure for Measure! https://t.co/I0erE7Ef8y @camartstheatre

11th February 2016 5:40pm


The Marlowe Society posted: Aoife Kennan (Pompey) and Tom Beaven (Lucio) will be on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire this afternoon with Chris Mann from 5:40pm. Tune in here to hear them chat about our production of Measure for Measure, which only has 4 performances left! http://www.bbc.co.uk/radiocambridgeshire

11th February 2016 5:25pm


ADC Theatre posted: Three Days Time | Wed 10 - Sat 13 February, 11pm by Kate Reid Over the course of three days – being forced to share the same house again after years of distance – Dee and Mary rediscover what they have always loved, and hated, about one another.

11th February 2016 4:40pm


ADC Theatre posted: #ThrowbackThursday The White Devil, performed 29 January - 2 February 2002.

11th February 2016 4:00pm


The Marlowe Society posted: Measure for Measure, dir. by @littler_tom, designed by @_skenny. At @camartstheatre until Saturday. https://t.co/DGyU5Xzd8o

11th February 2016 12:23pm


The Marlowe Society posted: 5 performances of Measure for Measure left, including a matinee today at 2:30pm. Tickets are here - https://t.co/13Y40aF0t2 @camartstheatre

11th February 2016 11:40am


The Marlowe Society posted: Our first review is in, from @CambridgeNewsUK and its glowing in praise for Measure for Measure! https://t.co/An29R1phw0 @camartstheatre

11th February 2016 11:39am


The Marlowe Society posted: The first review for Measure for Measure is in, and it's glowing in praise! "The Marlowe's Measure for Measure is an essential visit for anyone interested in seeing what a group of first-class performers can do with a play of such matchless linguistic power, depth and emotional complexity." We have 5 performances left, including a matinee today! Tickets at cambridgeartstheatre.com! http://www.cambridge-news.co.uk/Measure-Measure-Cambridge-Arts-Theatre-review/story-28715627-detail/whatson/story.html

11th February 2016 11:35am


ADC Theatre posted: Ten Plagues | Thu 11 - Sat 13 February, 8pm by Mark Ravenhill London, 1665: one man suffers love and loss in the shadow of plague. This song cycle explores questions of mortality and survival, whilst revealing sharp parallels with modern epidemics.

11th February 2016 10:00am


ADC Theatre posted: Peter Grimes | Tue 16 - Sat 20 February, 7.45pm a new adaptation by Joseph Winters A storm is coming for Peter Grimes...

11th February 2016 9:43am


ADC Theatre posted: #ThreeDaysTime opens tonight! Don't miss out, make sure you've booked your ticket

10th February 2016 6:28pm


Cambridge University Amateur Dramatic Club posted: Less than a week to go until CUADC's new original take on the Peter Grimes myth, written and directed by Joseph Winters, takes to the stage at the ADC Theatre. Check out these pictures from the rehearsal room with Director Joseph Winters, Movement Director Gabriella Bird and the cast. 16th-20th February 2016, 7.45pm, ADC Theatre Get tickets at: www.adctheatre.com/petergrimes Photos by Johannes Hjorth

10th February 2016 4:19pm


Cambridge University Amateur Dramatic Club posted: 16th-20th Feb 2016, 7.45pm, ADC Theatre Get tickets at: www.adctheatre.com/petergrimes Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sG-S58rF1iM “I hear those voices that will not be drowned.” It is 1912 in Walberswick and a young boy has died at sea. Peter Grimes is to blame, or so his fishing village thinks. Sentenced to isolation, Peter rebels against his community and takes a new apprentice, the sixteen-year-old son of his only friend and fiancée. But the old man and the young boy grow closer and closer as the pressure builds around this isolated village. Rumour spreads quickly on the wind and gossip rules the waves. A storm is coming for Peter Grimes…

10th February 2016 4:01pm