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  • The Wait
    Film Locations
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  • Sex With A Stranger
    Trafalgar Studios 2, London SW1
    Sex With A Stranger is the third play from Stefan …
  • The Priory
    ADC Theatre
    The Priory by Michael Wynne Following her split f…
  • A Midsummer Night's Dream
    Cambridge Arts Theatre
    ‘My heart/ Is true as steel’ What happens whe…
  • Les Justes (The Just)
    Corpus Playroom
    Les Justes is an incredibly powerful and dramatic …


Brickhouse Theatre Company posted: Jerusalem opens Thursday 23rd February at 7:30pm! Tickets available online and on the door!

23rd February 2017 6:50pm

Cambridge University Opera Society posted: The Rake's Progress opens tonight at West Road Concert Hall at 7.45! Come along to see this Faustian tale of decadence, corruption and retribution, which oozes with wit and dark humour. Still not convinced? Have a read of our TCS preview: http://bit.ly/2lGkQan

23rd February 2017 2:51pm

ADC Theatre posted: We are delighted to announce that we can now take card payments at the ADC Bar! Pop in for a drink or two after work.

23rd February 2017 12:11pm

Cambridge University Musical Theatre Society posted: Check out our CABARET photoshoot by the amazing Johannes Hjorth! http://photo.johanneshjorth.se/cabaret/ And don't forget to book tickets - they're going fast! https://cumts.tessera.info/tickets/cumts-presents-cabaret

23rd February 2017 10:13am

Cambridge University Opera Society posted: The Rake's Progress opens tomorrow night at West Road Concert Hall! Book your tickets here: www.adcticketing.com/rakesprogress

22nd February 2017 2:55pm

Downing Dramatic Society posted: A delightful preview of our upcoming Festival of New Writing by the lovely Molly Stacey www.varsity.co.uk/theatre/12231

22nd February 2017 1:38pm

Downing Dramatic Society posted: Come down and support the Downing freshers in The Importance of Being Earnest! The latest production by the Downing Dramatic Society. The Importance of Being Earnest is the most renowned of Oscar Wilde’s comedies. The story of two bachelors, John Worthing and Algernon Moncrieff, who create alter egos named Ernest to escape their tiresome lives. They attempt to win the hearts of two women who, conveniently, claim to only love men called Ernest. The pair struggle to keep up with their own stories and become tangled in a tale of deception, disguise and misadventure.

21st February 2017 4:37pm

Cambridge University Opera Society posted: Four days to go until opening night of The Rake's Progress! Here are some photos from the run-through on Saturday. ⏰ Make sure to book your tickets: www.adcticketing.com/rakesprogress ♣️️ Use the code LOBOTOMY for £6 student tickets for opening night when booking online. ♦️️ If any groups of 10 or more are thinking of attending please get in contact with Romilly / rfb27@cam.ac.uk to organise a special deal for the Saturday matinee performance. ♠️️ Remember that there will be a pre-show talk at 12.30 before the Saturday matinee performance by Dr John Hopkins of the University Music Faculty. Free entry to all!

20th February 2017 6:05pm

Brickhouse Theatre Company posted: 'Jerusalem' opens Thursday evening in the Robinson College Auditorium - you don't want to miss it! Tickets on sale now: https://brickhouse.tessera.info (Warning: This video contains flashing images) Film Credit: Rowan Hall-Maudslay Music Credit: "Piranha" by The Prodigy * * JERUSALEM * * Thursday 23rd - Saturday 25th February, 7:30pm Robinson College Auditorium

20th February 2017 4:54pm

Pembroke Players posted: *LINE-UP TO BE ANNOUNCED ON MONDAY* *TICKET LINK LIVE ON TUESDAY 1PM* "The Pembroke Black Tie Smoker offers a more high-brow atmosphere than smokers usually provide"- The Tab It's that time of year again! Prepare for the return of the swankiest, most sophisticated smoker of the year: The Black Tie Smoker. Sit back with your complimentary glass of wine and laugh your socks off* as eight of Cambridge's finest comedy acts duke it out for a £50 cash prize (as voted by you, the audience) and more importantly, mad respect. As the name suggests, dress code is strictly black tie please. The smoker has been known to sell out since the beginning of time (or at least since records began), so get those tickets quick! Last year tickets sold out within a day, so definitely act fast. *please don't actually remove your socks, this is a swanky event.

19th February 2017 4:15pm

Brickhouse Theatre Company posted: FOUR STARS FROM VARSITY Don't miss the final performance of 'Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead', tonight at 7:30pm at the Robinson Auditorium!

18th February 2017 6:37pm

Cambridge University Opera Society posted: Join us before the Saturday matinee performance of Stravinsky's The Rake's Progress for a pre-show talk given by Dr John Hopkins of the University Music Faculty. Entry to the talk is free.

18th February 2017 5:47pm

Brickhouse Theatre Company posted: Tonight is your last chance to see Brickhouse's production of 'Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead'. Tickets only £6/8 and are available online or on the door!

18th February 2017 1:14pm

Brickhouse Theatre Company posted: * * Jerusalem * * Thursday 23rd – Saturday 25th February 2017, 7:30pm Robinson College Auditorium Next week, following its relative absence from the theatre circuit, Brickhouse is bringing Jerusalem back with a bang. Sex, drugs and a fair amount of Morris dancing are all on the agenda as the characters celebrate St George’s day in style. Get lost in the fantastical world of Johnny Rooster Byron and his gang of waifs and strays as they reminisce, prophesize and lament the state of our green and pleasant land. A hugely versatile cast guides us through the highs and lows of this momentous day. With Lee leaving for Australia and Kennet and Avon council hot on Johnny’s trail, there’s a sense that this rag tag group will never be the same again. Watch as they struggle to let go and eventually come to terms with a life of rural banality, in a play that is in one minute hysterically funny and the other deeply revealing. The show’s directors, Emma Snell and Rowan Hall Maudslay say of the production: “We felt like the world of theatre is so often crowded with lofty, inaccessible pieces and we wanted to put on something utterly unpretentious. Jerusalem is that play, its bold and loud and thoroughly entertaining. A play for people who don’t like plays as well as for those who do.” ‘Jerusalem’ runs from Thursday 23rd to Saturday 25th February at 7:30pm in the Robinson College Auditorium. Tickets are only £8 (£6 concession) and can be purchased online: https://brickhouse.tessera.info More details about this, and all of our other shows can be found on our website: www.brickhouse.soc.srcf.net or on our social media channels: Facebook, Twitter and Instagram (@BrickhouseTC). Also, don’t miss out on seeing ‘Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead’, which continues tonight at 7:30pm! Tickets available both online and on the door. We look forward to seeing you at the Brickhouse soon!

17th February 2017 5:53pm

Downing Dramatic Society posted: To all Cambridge thesps, in less than two hours the Festival of New Writing will be auditioning, come and join Cambridge's premier new writing event, and act in a festival judged by screenwriters, directors and Tom Hardy's dad! All extracts on the door. **** TODAY: ADC, Dressing Room 1, 12-3pm.***** https://www.facebook.com/events/390854951266576/

17th February 2017 10:27am

ADC Theatre posted: Join us this week in the bar for #TheTippleOfInishmaan. #DrinkResponsibly https://t.co/h8jRjucdbj

15th February 2017 1:34pm