The Canterbury Tales

Monday 11 – Saturday 16 July, 2005 Venue: The Leper Chapel, Barnwell Junction, Newmarket Road, Cambridge Time: 8pm An ambitious new site-specific production by in situ: Taking place in and around the remarkable Leper Chapel in Read more…

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Hedda Gabler (2005/01)

January, 2005 Venue: The House Time: 8pm Dealing with the inner demons and destructive passions of a socially and sexually repressive society, Hedda Gabler caused scandal, shock and loathing when first performed in England. Like Read more…

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Mirabilis

Mirabilis takes as its inspiration the Life of Christina Mirabilis. Known in English as Christina the Astonishing, this extraordinary Flemish mystic was active at the turn of the 13th century. The Life was written only eight years after her Read more…

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The Bacchae

by Euripides Thursday 8 – Saturday 10 July, 2004 Venue: The Methodist Church Hall, Sturton Street, Cambridge Based on Euripides’ classic text and utilising in situ:’s hallmark performance elements. The Bacchae was written around 410BC. It’s subject Read more…

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