User Guidelines


If you log in to Camdram, you agree to:

  • Only create show listings that are genuine, accurate and appropriate;
  • Create and manage listings in accordance with English law, especially regarding copyright, plagiarism, and personal data privacy.

Please read on; we've tried to keep this brief and clear.

In these Guidelines:

So we can enforce these Guidelines, each Camdram user login account must belong to a single person. Login credentials must not be shared or used by multiple people. This includes secrets like passwords and access tokens, whether defined directly on Camdram, or via other services like Raven or Google. This also includes the email account(s) associated with login: mail sent to that account should only be accessible to the same person who owns the Camdram account. This is because we may need to send secrets like password reset tokens to that email address.

We will delete user accounts that we believe violate this requirement.

Camdram is subject to English law. Whilst run for the benefit of the Cambridge amateur theatrical community, Camdram is officially unaffiliated with any theatre or educational institution. By using Camdram you also accept our Privacy Policy.

Changing and enforcing the Guidelines

We may change the User Guidelines at any time. The applicable version is always the one accessible on this website. If we make significant changes, we will make reasonable efforts to tell users about the change, usually via email. If you continue to use Camdram, you agree to follow the latest version of the User Guidelines.

We will remove any content that we know or reasonably suspect does not align with these Guidelines, probably without warning. We may suspend or ban users who ignore the Guidelines deliberately or repeatedly. We will be reasonable in how we apply these powers but final decisions will rest with us alone.

Principle 1: Information on Camdram must be genuine and accurate

Camdram is meant to be an accurate historical record, and a trustworthy data source for other websites.

Principle 2: Information on Camdram must be legal and reasonable

We want Camdram to be inclusive and welcoming to all visitors. Legal action would probably force Camdram to shut down permanently.

Principle 3: Respect copyright & plagiarism law

We could face legal action if Camdram hosts copyrighted or plagiarised content (images, text or other formats).

Principle 4: Respect personal data privacy law

We could face legal action if Camdram doesn't comply with laws regarding the use of personal data.