1-7 June marks National Volunteers' Week, an annual event celebrating the difference volunteers make across the country, and to say thank you for their commitment, we wanted to dedicate a blog post just to them!
This month sees the return of the celebrated author Peter James with a thrilling new stage adaptation of his best-selling novel, Not Dead Enough, starring Laura Whitmore, Bill Ward and Stephen Billington.
Here's what Peter James had to say about his books, writing spine-chilling thrillers and seeing his words brought alive on stage...
Firstly, how would you sum up the plot of Not Dead Enough, without giving too much away!
Whilst digging through our archives, we discovered a Cambridge Arts Theatre 'behind the scenes' gem... a photograph of our Box Office in 1989 before the redevelopment began in 1993.
Here's the Box Office team hard at work after new computers were installed - the makeshift Box Office sign proves it!
Following the death of Tim Pigott-Smith OBE we can now announce that the production of Death of a Salesman has been recast. The part of Willy Loman will now be played by Nicholas Woodeson and we are sure he will give an outstanding performance.
Our exciting summer season is now on sale, so we've searched the building high and low, from lighting box to Box Office, to gather staff's top theatre picks...
Tom Bishop's (Deputy Chief Electrician) top pick is Showstopper! The Improvised Musical.
Our beautiful co-production of Frederico Fellini's film masterpiece, La Strada, opened at the Arts Theatre on Monday and the reviews are in! From our local reviewers to the national critics, here is what they all think of this brand new stage adaptation:
To continue International Women's Day celebrations, we are continuing our Women in Theatre series - an exciting three weeks of three incredible productions written by women, about women and starring women! (Click here for more information)
So here's an interview with Stella Powell-Jones, Associate Director of Royal Court's Escaped Alone!