We are hearing such wonderful feedback from The Tempest audiences; ‘… a splendid production of The Tempest…the players were brilliant – such great casting’ Suzi ‘We loved it…and spent ages talking about the parts we most enjoyed after the play’ Ben Make sure you don’t miss out! Here’s a little Scene of Ariel confronting evil to wet your appetite …
A quick sneak peak for those of you who are wondering what the The Tempest is all about….
Its that time when all the rehearsals, all the line learning, all the production meetings, the months of hard work are all worth it. Its Opening night! This production has been in the making for years and is a true labour of love for everyone involved. I asked the director James Dowson for a final few words before he hands the show over to the stage: “The rehearsals are running
It has been an exciting couple of weeks for Combined Actors of Cambridge! We had a great turn out for The Tempest auditions, and I hope you will agree we have got a fantastic cast. This is promising to be a truly original and exciting production of a Shakespeare favourite, led by the wonderful James Dowson. While we are certainly missing our usual home of the ADC theatre, we are
It only seems like yesterday we were all toasting a drink to the 2016 AGM and yet here we are again. Please join us for a chance to catch up on everything Combined Actors has been involved over the last year and to share a drink with friends. THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING will be held on Thursday 19th October 2017 at 8 p.m. in the THE SALISBURY CLUB, MILL ROAD,
Welcome to Combined Actors of Cambridge’s brand new website! We hope you will enjoy looking around. Do keep checking back as it will continue to be updated with previous productions and actor profiles. We have just finished a fantastic run of An August Bank Holiday Lark directed by Chris Avery, which received universal praise from all who came. The reviewer Berenice Mann from Local secrets said it “makes outstanding theatre”,
The year 2015 was a season of iconic plays in celebration of 148 productions during Combined Actors’ first 50 years. We started the 2015 season in the Spring with Tennessee Williams’ Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, followed by Tom Stoppard’s Arcadia, both at the ADC Theatre, where our very first production, Man Alive, by John Dighton, was performed in 1965. In September 2015, we supported a production especially compiled