Ballet Central is pleased to return to the ADC theatre in 2019 with an exceptional range of repertoire. This is a chance to see young dance graduates on the cusp of their professional careers perform a varied programme of classical ballet and contemporary dance theatre. An exciting evening of theatricality, technical excellence and drama choreographed by top dance industry influencers is promised, with stunning costumes enhanced by powerful music. Highlights include Christopher Marney’s Carousel Dances, inspired by the 1945 musical…Find out more »
On 30th April at 11.00 pm, the ADC theatre will be hosting Laugh 4 Change, a Cambridge-based non-profit organisation, for a night of stand-up comedy to raise relief aid for refugees in Greece. All proceeds of this night will be spent on food packs and other provisional needs for refugees living in camps in Greece. The show will be headlined by Ahir Shah, a stand-up comedian whose sharp, intelligent brand of humour features a blend of philosophical inquiry, political vigour,…Find out more »
"Miracles are all right, Polly. The only difficulty about them is that they don’t happen nowadays." George Bernard Shaw’s Saint Joan is an involving, thought-provoking journey to the very boundaries of faith and self-preservation. Joan of Arc, “inspiring yet unbearable”, is determined to fulfil the wishes of the voices in her head and lead France to victory against the English in the Hundred Years’ War. Her passion propels her to the elite circles of bishops and kings, but her naivete…Find out more »
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