Theatre News

Wednesday, April 17, 2019

It’s December 1897 and struggling playwright, Edmond Rostand, has run out of ideas for his next piece of work.

Peter James, the author of The House on Cold Hill, now being staged as a play at Cambridge Arts Theatre, says it was inspired by what happened to him and his former wife in 1988.

Shakespeare’s Richard III will be at Cambridge Arts Theatre from April 24-27.

A circus production fusing juggling, choreography and theatre, called Gibbon, will be at Cambridge Junction on April 24.

Rough Crossing, now showing at Cambridge Arts Theatre, was written in 1984. Sadly, this play set at sea is rather washed out.

Fast-paced and deliberately confusing, Rough Crossing is a challenging watch but worth sticking it out for the witty, self referential performances from its small cast.

There was no better way to spend a wet Sunday afternoon than to revel in a lively and highly entertaining production of Alice in Wonderland in the Maltings in Ely.

Meet the man behind the nose when Edmond de Bergerac comes to the Cambridge Arts Theatre from Tuesday 16 to Saturday 20 April.

Upwell Gilbert & Sullivan Society bring their own production of Iolanthe to St Andrews Methodist Church Hall in Outwell from April 11 to 13.

Comedy legend Bobby Davro leads a cast of famous faces who will bring Peter Pan to life at the King’s Lynn Corn Exchange on Thursday April 11.

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