Cambridge Arts Theatre

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6 St Edwards Passage,
Cambridge,
CB2 3PJ

(01223) 503 333

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Much Ado About Nothing
Globe On Tour presents Shakespeare's enduring classic of comic and dramatic suspense which gives us, in the bantering Beatrice and Benedick, two of Shakespeare's wittiest, most endearing pair of lovers.
When
From Aug 22, Wed-Sun 7.30pm, mats Mon, Thu, Sat & Sun 2pm, ends Aug 31
Genre
Theatre - none
Cost
£20
Blood Brothers
Written by Willy Russell, the legendary musical tells the captivating and moving tale of twins who, separated at birth, grow up on opposite sides of the tracks, only to meet again with fateful consequences.
When
Sep 2-6, 7.45pm, mats Sep 3 & 4, 2.30pm, Sep 6, 2.30pm
Genre
Theatre - show
Cost
£15-£35
Not I, Footfalls, Rockaby
Three short works including the intense piece, Not I, in which actress Lisa Dwan delivers a stream of consciousness spoken at the speed of thought. Each work is written by Samuel Beckett and directed by Walter Asmus.
When
Sep 9-13, 7.45pm
Genre
Theatre - none
Cost
£15-£25
Charlie And Lola’s Extremely New Play
Play for children with learning disabilities.
When
Sep 18, 21, 10.30am & 1pm, Sep 19, 10.30am, Sep 20, 10.30am, 1pm, 3.30pm
Genre
Special - the
Cost
£12.50
Daytona
Joe and Ellie are practising their ballroom routines for the next competition they have entered. They bicker all the time but are still in love after 50 years, then one night, out of the blue, Joe's long lost brother Billy bursts back into their lives. Oliver Cotton, Maureen Lipman and Harry Shearer star in Cotton's drama, directed by David Grindley.
When
Sep 22-27, 7.45pm, mat Sep 27, 2.30pm
Genre
Theatre - dra
Cost
£15-£35
Hay Fever
A production of Noel Coward's comedy which has been a favourite amongst theatregoers ever since it first dazzled London's West End in 1925. Starring Felicity Kendal.
When
Sep 29-Oct 4, 7.45pm, mats Oct 2, 4, 2.30pm
Genre
Theatre - dra
Cost
£15-£35, Thu mat £15-£30
Jeeves And Wooster In Perfect Nonsense
Robert and David Goodale's comedy adapted from the celebrated writings of PG Wodehouse, about the clever valet and his bungling, aristocratic master. Directed by Sean Foley.
When
Oct 6-11, 7.45pm, mats Oct 9, 11, 2.30pm
Genre
Theatre - com
Cost
£15-£35, Thu mat £15-£30
The Full Monty
Simon Beaufoy adapts his Oscar-winning screenplay for the smash-hit 1990s film, to create this rip-roaring musical about a group of unemployed Sheffield steelworkers who decide to bare all. Directed by Daniel Evans, Artistic Director of Sheffield Theatres.
When
Oct 13-18, 7.45pm, mats Oct 16, 18, 2.30pm
Genre
Theatre - show
Cost
£15-£35, Thu mat £15-£30
An Evening With John Cleese: Talk
A unique comedy night with Cleese.
When
Oct 19, 7.45pm
Genre
Special - lit
Cost
£25
1984
Comrade Winston Smith starts a diary and falls in love. And all the while, Big Brother is watching. George Orwell's seminal novel is adapted by Robert Icke and Duncan Macmillan, for Headlong Theatre.
When
Oct 21-25, 7.45pm, mats Oct 23, 2.30pm, Oct 25, 2.30pm
Genre
Theatre - dra
Cost
£15-£27, Thu mat £15-£25
Dame Ann Murray
The world-famous mezzo-soprano performs a recital of songs and arias, with pianist Terence Allbright.
When
Oct 21, 8pm
Genre
Gigs - class
Cost
£20-£50
Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain
The hit book and TV series is brought to the stage in a quirky exploration of the history of Britain.
When
Oct 28-31, 7.45pm, mats Oct 28-31, 2pm, Nov 1, 10.30am & 2pm
Genre
Special - the
Cost
£17.50, child £12.50
David Starkey: Talk
A talk and book signing from the author.
When
Nov 2, 7.45pm
Genre
Special - lit
Cost
£12.50-£22.50
Twelfth Night
The chaos of falling in love and the search for identity collide in this fresh and provocative look at Shakespeare's most renowned comedy.
When
Nov 4-8, 7.45pm, mats Nov 6, 8, 2.30pm
Genre
Theatre - com
Cost
£15-£27, Thu mat £15-£25
Twelfth Night
Jonathan Munby directs English Touring Theatre's staging of the Shakespeare comedy of shipwrecks, love and mistaken identities.
When
Nov 4-8, 7.45pm, mat Nov 6, 8, 2.30pm
Genre
Theatre - none
Cost
£15-£27
Clare Teal
Mainstream jazz standards and classics from the singer-songwriter.
When
Nov 16, 7.45pm
Genre
Gigs - jazz
Cost
£15-£25
To Kill A Mockingbird
An adaptation by Christopher Sergel, of Harper Lee's novel set in America's Deep South, about a young child's innocence being shattered by other people's prejudices and abuse. Directed by Timothy Sheader.
When
Nov 17-22, 7.30pm, mats Nov 20, 22, 2.30pm
Genre
Theatre - none
Cost
£15-£30, Thu mat £15-£25
Oklahoma!
Rodgers and Hammerstein's first collaboration set in a Western Indian territory just after the turn of the last century.
When
Nov 25-29, Tue-Sat 7.30pm, mat Sat 2.30pm, Thu 2.30pm
Genre
Theatre - show
Cost
£15, £20 & £25, Thu £15 & £20
Aladdin
Take a magic carpet ride with the humble washerwoman's son as he helps evil wizard Abanazer to retrieve a gold lamp and unleashes a genie, who grants him three wishes.
When
Dec 4, 7pm, Dec 5, 8, 10.30am, Dec 6 & 7, 13 & 14, 22 & 23, 29 & 30, Jan 3 & 4, 10 & 11, 1pm & 5pm, Dec 9, 7.30pm, Dec 11, 15, Jan 8, 10.30am & 2pm, Dec 12, 17, Jan 9, 10.30am, 2pm, 7pm, Dec 18, Jan 7, 10.30am & 7pm, Dec 19, 6pm, Dec 20 & 21, 27 & 28, 11am, 3pm, 7pm, Dec 24, 31, 11am & 3pm, Dec 26, Jan 2, 2pm & 6pm (press night Dec 9), ends Jan 11
Genre
Theatre - pant
Cost
£12.50-£35, child £12.50-£17.50, disabled £12.50-£20, Dec 4 preview £10
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