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Evangelia Kolyra's unusual visual work following three individuals as they take movement right back to the body's most essential function.
Cambridge Drama Festival 2017
A feast of short plays from tragedy to comedy, presented by adult and junior groups from in and around the region.
Children Of Eden
Based on the stories of Genesis, this age-old conflicts of parents and children takes the stage in this epic musical, with music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz.
Icarus Theatre presents Shakespeare's Danish tragedy.
Adapted for the stage by children's author David Almond, this is a gritty story about young people trying to find their way in the world, performed by Theatre Sans Frontieres.
Waking to find himself transformed into a dung beetle, Gregor must seriously consider his options. Adapted from Kafka by Berkoff, and presented by Theatrical Niche.
The Mifune Tsuji Trio
Violinist Mifune Tsuji, saxophonist Jin Theriault and pianist Paul Jackson perform a programme of music for violin, saxophone and piano.
A programme of duets by renowned choreographers Lizz Aggiss's Bloody Nora!, Simon Tanguy's Digging, Jonathan Burrows and Matteo Fargion's Eleanor And Flora Music.
Romeo & Juliet / Much Ado About Nothing
The company performs a reduced version of Shakespeare's much loved plays, directed by John Shields.
Salud! Tom Jobin - The Beauty Of The Bossa Nova
Award-winning vocalist Georgia Mancio and saxophonist Mark Crooks, plus the Chris Ingham trio, present selections from the work of the remarkable Brazilian composer, Antonio Carlos 'Tom' Jobim.
Seance - Julio D'escrivan And Ensemble Klem
Computer-edited interventions by Julio d'Escrivan based on Maurice Ravel's original piano roll recordings from the 1920s, featuring flautist Ainara Zubizarreta, saxophonist Inigo Ibaibarriaga and violinist Victor Parr.
Songs For The End Of The World
Part gig. Part play. Part apocalypse. Set in a dystopian future, the bizarre English town of Ashley-Coombe and its inhabitants are steadily steamrolling towards catastrophe. And when the apocalypse finally arrives, astronaut Jim Walters is suspended in orbit, broadcasting his songs for the end of the world back to a…