Theatre News

Friday, February 24, 2017
United Kingdom

Invincible, a ‘hilarious, situational comedy about the North/South divide in England, is coming to the Cambridge Arts Theatre stage next week.

The Richard Alston Dance Company returned to Cambridge Arts Theatre with four pieces inspired by an eclectic range of music, ranging from Benjamin Britten’s setting of Friedrich Holderlin’s poetry, to contemporary Romany music with a drum ‘n bass beat.

In an intriguing combination of science and art, a robot took to the stage at Cambridge Junction.

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Michael Portillo is bringing his ‘Life: A Game of Two Halves’ show to the Cambridge Arts Theatre for one night only next weekend.

Gaslight, written in 1938 but set in the Victorian era, about a woman whose husband is trying to drive her mad, used to be a staple of repertory companies because it is such a gem.

There’s a lovely line in their programme notes explaining the plot of HMS Pinafore that reads ‘ it all works out in the end, hip, hip hooray!’

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Viva’s performance of ‘Shakers’ at The Brook in Soham on Thursday night was fantastic.

Alan Ayckbourn’s “darkly funny” comedy ‘Henceforward’ comes to the Cambridge Arts Theatre later this month.

Cheek By Jowl return to The Cambridge Arts Theatre with a production of Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale which is as disturbing and chaotic as modern times.

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Seat-gripping thriller ‘Gaslight’ will spook audiences at the Cambridge Arts Theatre this month.

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