Arts Theatre

  • A Room with a View

    Don't miss the classic novel brought to the Arts Theatre stage, starring Felicity Kendal

  • Abigail's Party

    A stage and screen classic of living-room drama comes to the Arts 

  • Arts Theatre autumn preview

     There's a feast of fab theatre in the next four months at the Arts

  • Cambridge Operatic Society present Oklahoma!


    See Broadway hitmakers Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Wild West wonder show, Oklahoma!, brought to the Cambridge stage by the Cambridge Operatic Society.

  • David Walliams Q&A

    The writer tells us why he's looking forward to this latest adaptation of one of his books

  • Death of a Salesman

    A modern classic comes to the Arts Theatre, with the American Dream under the microscope

  • Edition's Festive Theatre Highlights

    Around the World in 80 Days

    Get ready for sparkles, songs and festive cheer: here’s our pick of the best Christmas shows in Cambridge this year!

  • Emma

    Jane Austen's classic tale comes to the Arts Theatre

  • Footlights

    noise next door

    Cambridge University's infamous and talented comedy group hit the Arts Theatre for two nights only

  • Footlights 2017

    Cambridge University's talented comedy group hit the Arts Theatre for two nights only

  • Fracked!

    A modern tale of retirees taking on an energy company

  • La Strada

    Fellini's classic comes to the Arts Theatre stage

  • My Country

    A play based on comments by the electorate in the days after last year's Brexit vote

  • Relatively Speaking

    Catch Alan Ayckbourn's first great West End success at the Arts Theatre

  • Review: Abigail's Party

    Lisa Clatworthy takes a trip to the Arts Theatre for Abigail's Party

  • Review: Fantastic Mr Fox

    Siobhan Godwood takes a trip to the Arts Theatre

  • Review: My Country

    National stereotypes, regional food, dances and songs plus political views make for an interesting evening at Cambridge Arts Theatre, says Lisa Clatworthy

  • Review: Silver Lining

    Lisa Clatworthy enjoys an outing to Cambridge Arts Theatre on International Women’s Day

  • Review: The Hypochondriac

    Tony Robinson in The Hypochondriac

    Toilet gags, whacky songs and a star-studded cast: Jenny Shelton gives her mixed prognosis on The Hypochondriac

  • Review: To Kill A Mockingbird

    The stage revival of To Kill A Mockingbird

    Jenny Shelton is left charmed and heartbroken by a flawless production of Harper Lee’s astonishing novel