This summer, in situ: performs The Demon Lover, Tales of Mystery and Imagination, Ghost Stories and Woyzeck at The Leper Chapel, Cambridge and the ghost in me – haunted selves, old sounds and lost futures at Wandlebury Country Park.
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Site Specific Theatre In Cambridge
Since 2000, in situ: theatre has created and performed challenging and exciting site-specific, environmental theatre in Cambridge.
We have performed 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.
Performances at The House are invitation-only exclusively to members of our mailing list.
Also In Cambridge
WRiTEON is an open scriptwriting forum of writers, actors, directors and producers from the Cambridge region and beyond: https://www.camdram.net/about
Acting Now is a social theatre company based in Cambridge: http://www.actingnow.co.uk
Bawds is an amateur production company based in Cambridge: http://www.bawds.org/
Combined Actors of Cambridge
Combined Actors acts as a production company in Cambridge: http://combinedactors.org/
Camdram supports the student performing arts community in Cambridge: https://www.camdram.net/
The Cambridge University Footlights Dramatic Club are a world-famous student comedy troupe: https://www.cambridgefootlights.org/
Cambridge Shakespeare Festival
The Cambridge Shakespeare Festival is an annual season of Shakespeare plays performed in the grounds of the colleges: https://www.cambridgeshakespeare.com/
The ADC Theatre is a department of the University of Cambridge, and the oldest University playhouse in the United Kingdom: https://www.adctheatre.com/
Cambridge Arts Theatre
Cambridge Arts Theatre is a 666-seat theatre in central Cambridge: https://www.cambridgeartstheatre.com/
In Situ: recommends…
Lone Twin works with other artists to tell stories about the jigsaw of people’s lives: http://www.lonetwin.com/
Forced Entertainment is a group of six artists exploring what theatre and performance can mean in contemporary life: https://www.forcedentertainment.com/
Stan’s Cafe is a group of artists, primarily theatre practitioners, working under the artistic direction of James Yarker: http://www.stanscafe.co.uk/