Oresteia: four years in the making

Aeschylus’s Oresteia is the sole surviving trilogy of Ancient Greek plays and yet it is rarely performed in its entirety. In this brief interview clip, Richard Spaul tells how in situ:’s production has taken four years to complete and why in situ: decided to attempt such an ambitious undertaking.

2014 performance schedule

A record-breaking year for in situ: From love stories to Greek Tragedy, in situ: brings its unique approach to a range of subjects in non-theatre performance spaces with more productions in 2014 than ever before.. We are excited to announce eight works in situ: will be performing in venues around Cambridge. Join our mailing list Read more about 2014 performance schedule[…]

Aeschylus’ Choephoroi for Cambridge in February 2013

A year on from the success of Agamemnon, the same in situ: group returns to St Andrew’s Hall, Chesterton next month with its daring new interpretation of Choephoroi by Aeschylus’ in a new adaptation by Richard Spaul. Performances start at 8pm from Wednesday 13 February to Saturday 16 February. Tickets are available now priced £14 (£10 concessions) and Read more about Aeschylus’ Choephoroi for Cambridge in February 2013[…]

Agamemnon soundscape preview

With less than a week left until opening night on Monday, we’ve uploaded a preview of the eerie soundscape created especially for next week’s run of Agamemnon to SoundCloud which you can listen to in the player below. Tickets remain available for all performances, but Saturday is starting to fill up and may sell out. Read more about Agamemnon soundscape preview[…]

Agamemnon by Aeschylus: Monday 26 – Saturday 31 March, 2012

Dear Friends, in situ:’s forthcoming production of Agamemnon, by Aeschylus, in a new adaptation by Richard Spaul opens in three week’s time: Dates: Monday 26 March – Saturday 31 March, 2012 Time: 8pm Venue: St. Andrew’s Hall, Chesterton, Cambridge | Map Tickets are £14/10 and can be booked in advance on our website: Tickets will be available on Read more about Agamemnon by Aeschylus: Monday 26 – Saturday 31 March, 2012[…]