Cambridge Arts Theatre

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6 St Edwards Passage,
Cambridge,
CB2 3PJ

(01223) 503 333

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Jeff Marx and Robert Lopez's irreverent and uproarious Tony Award-winning puppet musical about a recent college graduate's attempt to make sense of adult working life. Songs include Everyone's A Little Bit Racist, If You Were Gay and The Internet Is For Porn. Staged by Sell A Door Theatre Company.
When
Aug 31, Sep 1-3, 5, 7.45pm, Sep 4, 5.30pm & 8.30pm, mat Sep 5, 4pm
Genre
Theatre - show
Cost
£15-£35
The Father
Theatre Royal Bath in association with the Tricycle Theatre presents Kenneth Cranham and Claire Skinner in Florian Zeller's acclaimed drama about the loss of reason in old age. Translated by Christopher Hampton and directed by James MacDonald.
When
Mon-Sat 7.45pm, mat Thu & Sat 2.30pm
Genre
Theatre - dra
Cost
£15-£35
Flare Path
Terrence Rattigan's epic wartime romance directed by rising star Justin Audibert.
When
Sep 28-30, Oct 1-3, 7.45pm, mat Oct 1 & 3, 2.30pm
Genre
Theatre - none
Cost
Mon-Sat £15-£30, Thu mat £15-£25
An Audience With Mrs Moneypenny
'Mrs M is clearly a woman of substance.' - Fringe Review. '...A columnist who puts fun into finance and business into family management.' - ed.thestage.co.uk
When
Oct 4, 7.45pm
Genre
Special - lit
Cost
£12.50-£22.50
An Inspector Calls
Stephen Daldry directs an award-winning West End production of J B Priestley's classic thriller about the events of a storm-lashed evening when Inspector Goole arrives unexpectedly at the prosperous Birling family home.
When
Oct 6-10, 7.45pm, mat Oct 7 & 8, 10, 2.30pm
Genre
Theatre - none
Cost
Tue-Sat £15-£30, Wed & Thu mat £15-£25
An Evening With James Naughtie: Talk
The BBC Radio Four presenter talks about his career in broadcasting and journalism.
When
Oct 11, 7.45pm
Genre
Special - lit
Cost
£12.50-£22.50
Handbagged
Moira Buffini's contemporary comedy speculates on what the world's most powerful women, the Queen and Margaret Thatcher, really talked about behind closed palace doors.
When
Oct 12-17, 7.45pm, mat Oct 15 & 17, 2.30pm
Genre
Theatre - com
Cost
Mon-Sat £15-£30, Thu mat £15-£25
King Charles III
Rupert Goold directs the West End transfer of Almeida Theatre's staging of Mike Bartlett's future history play about the unwritten rules of our democracy. Following the death of The Queen and a lifetime of waiting, Charles must decide how to rule a fractured and grief-stricken nation.
When
Oct 19-24, 7.45pm, mat Oct 22 & 24, 2.30pm
Genre
Theatre - dra
Cost
Mon-Sat £20-£39, Thu mat £20-£35
Horrible Histories: Groovy Greeks
An irreverent look through history.
When
Oct 28 & 30, 7pm, mat Oct 27 & 29, 2pm, Oct 31, 10.30am
Genre
Special - the
Cost
£20, child £15
Horrible Histories: Incredible Invaders
An irreverent look at the gruesome aspects of British history.
When
Oct 28 & 30, 7pm, mat Oct 27 & 29, 2pm, Oct 31, 10.30am
Genre
Special - the
Cost
£20, child £15
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