Dear friends, Our new production, “Made On Another Day“, opens in three weeks. An exciting new departure for in situ:, it’s a completely new piece devised by the group over a fifteen-month period using new collaborative performance approaches developed during four years of Theatre and Landscape workshops and residencies. Dates: Tuesday 23 – Saturday 27 Read more about in situ: presents Made On Another Day: 23 – 27 November, 2010[…]
made on another day is an exciting new departure for in situ: It’s a completely new piece, devised by the group over a fifteen-month period using new collaborative performance approaches developed during four years of Theatre and Landscape workshops and residencies. Bella Stewart, who directs made on another day, has this to say of in Read more about Made On Another Day: Tuesday 23 – Saturday 27 November, 2010[…]
The latest issue of Cambridge News previews in situ:’s Twelfth Night, including a brief interview with director Richard Spaul about acting in the unique atmosphere of The Leper Chapel.
Author Una McCormack came to see King Lear earlier this week and she has kindly reviewed our production on her blog.
Only two nights of King Lear left! We’ve been blessed with fantastic weather at Wandlebury Country Park all week and it looks set to continue. If you haven’t booked a ticket, you may do so here. Here are three videos we’ve added to our YouTube channel as a taster. The journey begins: Why Wandlebury: What Read more about King Lear in Wandlebury – last two performances[…]
Hello everybody, As part of our 10th Anniversary celebrations, in situ: is reviving its popular summer Shakespeare season from last year. June 22–26: We start off with King Lear, which takes place in the majestic setting of Wandlebury Country Park, Cambridge. This is a walkaround performance, following the old King through woods, meadows, thickets and Read more about Shakespeare Summer Season: King Lear, Macbeth and Twelfth Night[…]
Dear friends, Thanks to those of you who came along to make “The Cherry Orchard” such a great success. We are now looking forward to a busy spring and summer programme which gets underway next month. Theatre and Landscape We’ve three spaces left both on “Secrets and Hiding Places” (May 7 – 10) and “The Read more about Theatre and Landscape and Learn To Act 2010[…]