Site Specific Theatre In Cambridge
Since 2000, in situ: theatre group has created and performed challenging and exciting site-specific, environmental theatre in Cambridge at a range of non-theatre venues in and around the East Anglian city, from museums, churches and parks to an ordinary suburban house.
In 2015, in situ: performed at the Brighton Fringe festival to great acclaim, returning in 2016.
Tales of Mystery and Imagination
Saturday 3 June, 2017
Thursday 22 June – Saturday 24 June, 2017
Saturday 1 July, 2017
Be Absolute For Death
Thursday 13 July – Saturday 15 July, 2017
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This summer, director Richard Spaul brings a pair of one-man shows on spectral themes to the atmospheric setting of the Leper Chapel. Tales of Mystery and Imagination contains two of the stories from Edgar Allan Poe’s collection of the same name. Here, Richard talks about his inspirations and hopes for the performance. The choice of Read more about Imaginative Mysteries Descending on Cambridge This Summer[…]
In June this summer, in situ: brings to Cambridge Anton Chekhov’s Three Sisters. Director Richard Spaul speaks about his motivations in presenting it – and about the very particular performance approach he has used. Why did you choose Three Sisters? This is one of the greatest plays of the 20th century – indeed of any Read more about Three Sisters[…]
A dark winter night. An atmospheric medieval chapel. A lone narrator who delivers chilling tales and haunting songs. When I saw ‘Ghost Stories’ I was left feeling wholly entranced, appropriately unsettled, the memories lingering. Just the effect a good ghost story should have. I was also left feeling curious. I wanted to know more, and Read more about Ghost Stories… mysteries unveiled[…]