Midwinter Light

The mid-winter festival of light, where the darkest part of the year begins, imperceptibly, to relinquish its hold, making way for the light. in situ:, Cambridge’s environmental theatre company, will ‘mark the time’ in Midwinter Read more…

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Venue: The Leper Chapel, Cambridge | Map Dates: Wednesday July 18 – Saturday July 21 Time: 8pm – running time 110 minutes approx. Suitable for 16+ This production is in collaboration with Cambridge Past, Present and Future. Macbeth by Read more…

By richardhare, ago


Venue: Wandlebury Country Park, Cambridge | Map Dates: Wednesday July 4 – Saturday July 7 Time: 8pm – running time: 100 minutes approx. Suitable for 16+ Wild is a walkaround performance. There are no opportunities to sit down Read more…

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by Aeschylus; adapted by Richard Spaul: The earliest and greatest of Greek Tragedies. Agamemnon, victorious commander-in-chief of the Greek forces at Troy, returns in triumph to his home in Argos. But he has a bad Read more…

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King Lear

by William Shakespeare: Shakespeare’s greatest tragedy. An aged king gives away his kingdom and begins a harrowing journey of loss and displacement – loss of home, self-esteem and finally sanity. With its famous scenes of Read more…

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