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Ahead of WWII drama Farm Hall's opening performance next week, we caught up with the playwright Katherine Moar to ask her about the true story the play is based on, and her involvement in the production.
Next week we welcome The Smeds and The Smoos, a stellar new adventure live on stage for the whole family to enjoy! Based on the book by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler, it promises music, laughs and puppetry.
We asked members of the company some space themed questions before they arrive in Cambridge.
What is your favourite space joke?
Andrea Sadler (Grandmother Smoo): What do you call a spaceship with water dripping from it? A crying saucer.
This week we welcome The Beekeeper of Aleppo, a compassionate and heartfelt new stage adaptation of Christy Lefteri's popular book of the same title.
The story follows Beekeeper Nuri and his wife Afra, as they navigate the emotional and challenging journey out of their worn-torn country to the UK in search for family and a safe space to call home.
We caught up with Joseph Long and Roxy Faridany to ask them a few questions about the show and what makes the story so poignant.
Written by Mike Leigh and first performed in 1977, Abigail's Party is still widely regarded as a national treasure and a must-see play. We are thrilled to welcome a brand-new production of this classic comedy next week from London Classic Theatre and before the cast arrived, we caught up with them to ask them a few questions about the show...
Before joining the production, had anyone seen the play before? If so, were you nervous about stepping into such iconic roles?
This November Cambridge Arts Theatre welcomes the new adaptation of The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel. You may have seen the well-loved film or read the Sunday Times bestseller and now the beloved tale comes to life on stage.
Beloved stage and screen actor Felicity Kendal returns to Cambridge this month, in comedy hit Noises Off, which celebrates its 40th anniversary this year.
No stranger to the small screen, television’s Kevin Kennedy has left the cobbles of Coronation Street far behind him as he takes to the stage and embraces his inner rock’n’roll star, in the UK Tour of Rock of Ages which tours to the Arts Theatre from Tue 8 - Sat. We had a chat with him, before opening night, to find out more about the show and his role...
We are absolutely thrilled to announce that actor Rolan Bell, who played the dastardly evil Abanazar in our 2021 panto Aladdin, has won the award for 'Best Villain' at The UK Pantomime Association's Pantomime Awards.
Last week the country's pantomime stars, producers, directors (and everyone in between!) gathered at London's Trafalgar Theatre for the annual awards, where 22 awards were handed out - and Rolan came home with the esteemed title of the UK's best baddie!