Producer/director roles and show applications

In Extremis

7:00pm, Sun 11th June 2017 - Wed 14th June 2017, at The Fellows Garden, Jesus College
Easter Week 7

Applications to Assistant Direct and Produce

****In Extremis****/ Enduring Love by Howard Brenton

The story of Abelarde and Eloise and their ideological antagonist Bernard of Clairvaux.
A tale of *love* and *humour* that meditates on the relationship between *faith* and *power*, *humanism* and *fundamentalism*.
A conflict of *sex* and *religion* that resonates with Jesus College's past: a convent closed for "licentious" behaviour.
An open air play with a cast of twenty,
Let's repeople the college with some old ghosts....

Please email with any experience and ideas
(experience not necessary to apply)

Deadline: Sunday 30th April 11:00pm

Heart of Winter

7:45pm, Fri 7th July 2017 - Sat 8th July 2017, at Corpus Playroom
Summer Vacation

*Applications to Musical Direct*

Heart of Winter is a new, laugh-out-loud, one-woman song cycle – a Tell Me On a Sunday for the Hamilton era – which was performed live for the first time at the From Page 2 Stage showcase in London in November 2016. It tells the story of Kate, a 25 year old primary school teacher from up north, who has just broken up with her boyfriend. As the song cycle progresses, we are witness to her innermost thoughts as she goes through the process of getting over Adam. She is a character who is very easy to identify with, and her songs are both hilarious and moving.

We are looking for a Musical Director both to provide creative input on this entirely sung-through show, and to accompany the performer for both performances - only the second time it has ever been staged. Musical knowledge is key, and experience either MDing or AMDing musicals is preferred, but applications from newcomers are encouraged! Since this show is outside of term, it would require either living close to or in Cambridge, or being able to come fairly frequently between the end of term and the performances.

To apply, please send a statement of interest outlining why you are interested and any experience you have to Josh Cleary at If you have any questions, please email on the same address. We look forward to hearing from you!

Deadline: Sunday 30th April 11:00pm

The Taming of the Shrew - Queens' College Amateur Dramatics Society

2:00pm, Thu 15th June 2017 - Fri 16th June 2017, at Queens' College, Cloister Court
Easter Week 7

Applications to Direct


We're looking for a friendly, driven and imaginative director with some interesting ideas to take Shakespeare's "The Taming of the Shrew" and put it on in Queens' beautiful Cloister Court. If you're looking for a stress free and fun way to get involved with theatre in exam term- this is the perfect show for you!

Send your applications to detailing:

-Why you want to direct this show
- your initial ideas for the play (what will you do to make this production different to a standard version of "The Taming of the Shrew?"
-Any experience that you have/ the qualities that you will bring to the project
- a rough schedule of auditions, casting, rehearsals and a publicity plan

Looking forward to hearing from you!

Deadline: Monday 1st May 11:59pm

Cambridge Shorts

11:00pm, Sat 20th May 2017 at ADC Theatre
Easter Week 3

Film Submissions

Cambridge Shorts Film Submissions are open again! Drop Anastasia and Russell ( an email if you're interested in being included or have any questions. We'd hope for at least a rough cut by the deadline.

Deadline: Monday 1st May 11:59pm

The Marlowe Showcase 2017 - Marlowe

7:30am, Thu 16th November 2017 Venue to be confirmed
Michaelmas Week 6

Applications to Produce the Marlowe Showcase

The Marlowe Society is looking for A PRODUCER for this year's Marlowe Showcase.

We are excited to open applications for Producer for the Marlowe Showcase, which shall next take place in November 2017, directed once more by Nicholas Barter, former Principal of RADA (1993-2007) and former Artistic Director of the Arts Theatre.

We are looking for a keen, efficient and competent Producer for one of its most important production roles. The role will involve organising rehearsals, corresponding with industry professionals and liaising with professional venues. It is a great opportunity to work with a professional director and in a professional London venue. Please email Zak on bzg24 with any questions or to apply for the role.

The Marlowe Showcase is an opportunity for 12-14 graduating actors to perform one or two monologues or duologues in front of industry professionals (including agencies and casting directors) and be directed by a professional Director.

Deadline: Thursday 4th May 10:00pm

ADC Theatre

Autumn 2017 season applications are now open!

Applications to direct, produce or write for a show in our Summer 2017 season are now open!

Deadline: Friday 5 May at 1pm

We welcome applications from all students in Cambridge, regardless of your level of experience or your theatrical background, and particularly urge freshers to consider applying! The only thing you need in order to apply is a creative idea and a passion to see it through.

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to get in touch on

More information can be found on our website at

Deadline: Friday 5th May 1:00pm

Cambridge University Amateur Dramatic Club

CUADC/Footlights Pantomime 2017 - Applications to Produce, Direct or Write

Applications to produce, direct or write the CUADC/Footlights Pantomime 2017 have opened! Every year CUADC and the Footlights collaborate to stage the CUADC/Footlights Pantomime – an exciting and innovative piece of student writing.The Pantomime enjoys 13 performances in the ADC Theatre during the last two weeks of Michaelmas Term.

All applications should be emailed to Oscar Yang at before midday on Friday 12th May. You may only apply individually or as a group to share the same position.

The interview period for Producers and Directors is from Wednesday 17th May to Friday 19th May. Interviews for Writers will be held shortly afterwards, to be arranged individually after appointment of Producer(s) and Director(s).

All applicants should include a summary of relevant experience and contact details (college, email address, mobile number), and state any times during the interview period that you cannot make an interview, as interviews cannot be rearranged. Please refer to the application guide for more information on application content!

Application Guide:

Deadline: Friday 12th May 12:00pm

Sherlock's Excellent Adventure - JCI Cambridge

7:30pm, Tue 24th October 2017 - Fri 27th October 2017, at The Old Labs, Newnham College
Michaelmas Week 3

Applications for stage manager

JCI Cambridge are looking to put on a Sherlock inspired pantomime from scratch; to give a bit of background JCI Cambridge is the local branch of the Junior Chamber International (JCI) which is a network for people in their 20s and 30s. The group is for business networking, training, social networking etc. Every year the group takes on a bigger project, and this year we've decided to put on a panto!

The show will take place in the October half-term at the Old Labs in Newnham College and we're looking for someone to join our team as stage manager.

If you're interested, please email and we'll get back to you!

Deadline: Wednesday 31st May 9:00am