Camdram

ADC Theatre

Park Street, Cambridge

The ADC Theatre is one of the smallest departments of the University of Cambridge, and is the oldest University playhouse in the country. Plays have been presented on the site since 1855. The ADC Theatre is the centre of University drama in Cambridge, led almost entirely by students with no Faculty involvement.

We aim to provide opportunities to experience and learn about all aspects of theatre, while presenting professional standard productions. The ADC Theatre has helped to launch the careers of many theatre luminaries, including Sir Ian McKellen, Rachel Weisz and Emma Thompson.

There are several student companies resident to the ADC Theatre including Cambridge University Amateur Dramatic Club, the Cambridge Footlights, Cambridge University Musical Theatre Society and the Fletcher Players.

Find out more and see what's on by visiting our website at https://www.adctheatre.com/.

Contact ADC Theatre

Get involved with shows at the ADC Theatre:
🍎Snow White needs an initial publicity photographer!🍎

Panto is currently looking for an initial publicity **photographer **

    Contact Charlotte (Director) cc2157@cam.ac.uk before 25th May 2024 01:00 for more details.

    Underscore is looking for a WIDER PROD TEAM!

    Looking for a Stage manager  and Lighting Designer  for our one-night only dance performance at the ADC.

      Contact es2042@cam.ac.uk before 31st May 2024 23:59 for more details.

      Shows

      • Sun 19 May
      • Mon 20 May
      • Tue 21 May
      • Wed 22 May
      • Thu 23 May
      • Fri 24 May
      • Sat 25 May
      • Sun 26 May
      • Mon 27 May
      • Tue 28 May
      • Wed 29 May
      • Thu 30 May
      • Fri 31 May
      • Sat 1 Jun
      • Sun 2 Jun
      • Mon 3 Jun
      • Tue 4 Jun
      • Wed 5 Jun
      • Thu 6 Jun
      • Fri 7 Jun
      • Sat 8 Jun
      • Sun 16 Jun
      • Mon 17 Jun
      • Tue 18 Jun
      • Wed 19 Jun
      • Thu 20 Jun
      • Fri 21 Jun
      • Sat 22 Jun
      • Sun 30 Jun
      • Mon 1 Jul
      • Tue 2 Jul
      • Wed 3 Jul
      • Thu 4 Jul
      • Fri 5 Jul
      • Sat 6 Jul
      • Sun 7 Jul
      • Mon 8 Jul
      • Tue 9 Jul
      • Wed 10 Jul
      • Thu 11 Jul
      • Fri 12 Jul
      • Sat 13 Jul
      • Sun 14 Jul
      • Mon 15 Jul
      • Tue 16 Jul
      • Wed 17 Jul
      • Thu 18 Jul
      • Fri 19 Jul
      • Sat 20 Jul
      • Sun 15 Sep
      • Mon 16 Sep
      • Tue 17 Sep
      • Wed 18 Sep
      • Thu 19 Sep
      • Fri 20 Sep
      • Sat 21 Sep
      • Sun 22 Sep
      • Mon 23 Sep
      • Tue 24 Sep
      • Wed 25 Sep
      • Thu 26 Sep
      • Fri 27 Sep
      • Sat 28 Sep
      • Sun 29 Sep
      • Mon 30 Sep
      • Tue 1 Oct
      • Wed 2 Oct
      • Thu 3 Oct
      • Fri 4 Oct
      • Sat 5 Oct
      • Sun 24 Nov
      • Mon 25 Nov
      • Tue 26 Nov
      • Wed 27 Nov
      • Thu 28 Nov
      • Fri 29 Nov
      • Sat 30 Nov
      • Sun 8 Dec
      • Mon 9 Dec
      • Tue 10 Dec
      • Wed 11 Dec
      • Thu 12 Dec
      • Fri 13 Dec
      • Sat 14 Dec
      • Sun 15 Dec
      • Mon 16 Dec
      • Tue 17 Dec
      • Wed 18 Dec
      • Thu 19 Dec
      • Fri 20 Dec
      • Sat 21 Dec

      Past shows

      See all the shows that have been performed here at the venue history page.