Earlier this week a handful of our sensational Aladdin cast gathered for the annual photoshoot. The camera was ready, costumes were donned and make-up was applied... and we're thrilled with the results! Here's some behind the scenes shots from the day...
Photographer: Richard Hubert Smith
Make-up: Ricky-Lee Hannam-Creak
Costume: Carry On Costumes
All of us at the Arts Theatre are thrilled to welcome Charlie and Stan to our theatre next week. To get ready for the roaringly hilarious portrayals of Charlie Chaplin and Stan Laurel, we thought we’d have a look back at what made them the comedy legends we know and love...
The Mirror Maze – The Circus (1928)
Legend has it, the Cambridgeshire fens are haunted by a large, savage bloodhound, and if you lay eyes on him, you will befall a horrible fate within the week. You’d be forgiven for thinking this sounds familiar – supposedly, it was this legend that inspired Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s famous novel, The Hound of the Baskervilles!
This week, we have welcomed Copenhagen to our stage! Michael Frayn’s brilliant historical retelling centres on the stories of acclaimed physicists, Werner Heisenberg and Niels Bohr and their clandestine meeting in Copenhagen in 1941. Both men were renowned for their superb minds, and for the part they played on either side of the Second World War. On top of this, we also discovered that Heisenberg has links to Cambridgeshire, as he was kept in a safe house in Godmanchester in 1945.
Everyone at the Arts Theatre is extremely excited to welcome the distinguished actor Ralph Fiennes to Cambridge later this month. Ralph will be directing and starring in a world premiere production of T.S. Eliot's Four Quartets, and we can't wait to see an icon of British performance live on stage.
We are thrilled to announce that, as part of our live Spring/Summer 2021 re-opening season, we will be welcoming renowned actor Ralph Fiennes in T.S. Eliot's Four Quartets from Monday 28 June - Saturday 10 July 2021.
Dear Friends and Supporters,
Sadly, I am writing to inform you that following the recent Government announcement that Cambridgeshire is to move into Tier 4, we are unable to complete our run of Dame Trott’s Panto Palaver.