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New season announced at Cambridge Arts Theatre

New season announced at Cambridge Arts Theatre

New season announced at Cambridge Arts Theatre

The new programme of plays for spring and summer with plenty on offer for lovers of musicals, dance and West End shows.


Review: The Play What I Wrote at the Cambridge Arts Theatre

Review: The Play What I Wrote at the Cambridge Arts Theatre

Review: The Play What I Wrote at the Cambridge Arts Theatre

This loving tribute to cherished comedy duo Morecambe and Wise is on in the city until Saturday, February 26.


Michelle Collins: Why the show must go on after ‘horrible’ two years

Michelle Collins: Why the show must go on after ‘horrible’ two years

Michelle Collins: Why the show must go on after ‘horrible’ two years

The former EastEnders star talks about her new stage role and coping with the loss of her mum and closest friend.


Adam Woodyatt interview: on van life and his secret summer plans in Cambridge

Adam Woodyatt interview: on van life and his secret summer plans in Cambridge

Adam Woodyatt interview: on van life and his secret summer plans in Cambridge

The former EastEnders actor has taken the chance to experience life on the road while on tour with a theatre production of thriller Looking Good Dead.


One-woman play looking at the life of Britney Spears comes to Cambridge

One-woman play looking at the life of Britney Spears comes to Cambridge

One-woman play looking at the life of Britney Spears comes to Cambridge

Saving Britney is coming to the city’s Town and Gown venue this week, from January 20 to 22.


Comedy sketch show An Unsustainable Mess on this week at the ADC

Comedy sketch show An Unsustainable Mess on this week at the ADC

Comedy sketch show An Unsustainable Mess on this week at the ADC

This climate change-themed performance tackles everything from reusable period products to sentient wind turbines.


Review: Aladdin at the Cambridge Arts Theatre is a magic carpet ride into a happier world

Review: Aladdin at the Cambridge Arts Theatre is a magic carpet ride into a happier world

Review: Aladdin at the Cambridge Arts Theatre is a magic carpet ride into a happier world

Christmas is saved, writes Paul Kirkley.


Rolan Bell warns his villain in Cambridge Arts Theatre panto Aladdin is a real bad boy

Rolan Bell warns his villain in Cambridge Arts Theatre panto Aladdin is a real bad boy

Rolan Bell warns his villain in Cambridge Arts Theatre panto Aladdin is a real bad boy

Former EastEnders star Rolan Bell is promising a dastardly turn as Abanazar in the Cambridge Art’s Theatre’s panto Aladdin.


Review: Noël Coward’s Private Lives at Cambridge Arts Theatre

Review: Noël Coward’s Private Lives at Cambridge Arts Theatre

Review: Noël Coward’s Private Lives at Cambridge Arts Theatre

Nigel Havers and Patricia Hodge star in the play, which runs until Saturday, November 27.


It’s panto season. Oh yes it is. . .

It’s panto season. Oh yes it is. . .

It’s panto season. Oh yes it is. . .

The season of sequin-showered heroines, outlandish dames, dastardly baddies and dad-jokes-a-go-go is with us!


‘It’s all about an illusion’ - Royal Ballet principal dancers head to the Cambridge Union

‘It’s all about an illusion’ - Royal Ballet principal dancers head to the Cambridge Union

‘It’s all about an illusion’ - Royal Ballet principal dancers head to the Cambridge Union

Marcelino Sambé and Sarah Lamb, will dance in the chamber and will also speak to the students, alongside Royal Ballet director, Kevin O'Hare.


Julian Barnes: ‘Death and grief are things we don’t do well in this country’

Julian Barnes: ‘Death and grief are things we don’t do well in this country’

Julian Barnes: ‘Death and grief are things we don’t do well in this country’

The author discusses life and loss, and the stage adaptation of short stories from The Lemon Table, which is coming to the Cambridge Arts Theatre.


Great Mother – Iya Ayaba: a new play by University of Cambridge student Mojola Akinyemi

Great Mother – Iya Ayaba: a new play by University of Cambridge student Mojola Akinyemi

Great Mother – Iya Ayaba: a new play by University of Cambridge student Mojola Akinyemi

Set in 1960s Nigeria, towards the end of the Biafran War, the play is on this week at The Corpus Playroom.


Brian Blessed interview: Shatner’s space trip is just ‘Mickey Mouse’ stuff

Brian Blessed interview: Shatner’s space trip is just ‘Mickey Mouse’ stuff

Brian Blessed interview: Shatner’s space trip is just ‘Mickey Mouse’ stuff

The inimitable 85-year-old, who is heading for the Cambridge Arts Theatre, discusses acting, space, childhood, Peter O’Toole and more.


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