We are running Learn To Act I and II weekend classes this autumn. Full details are included below, so if you have never acted before and always wanted to try, or if you just want to brush up your skills, you’ll find a course which suits you. For your convenience, we now accept PayPal. We look forward Read more about Learn to act 2011 – weekend classes this autumn[…]
Anthony Davis writes about in situ:’s “shocking and atmospheric” production.
Quy Mill’s events page includes a preview of Macbeth which starts tonight.
Macbeth opens on Wednesday July 6, running until Saturday July 9 in the unique and mysterious atmosphere of The Leper Chapel, Barnwell Junction, Newmarket Road, Cambridge. This is a frighteningly intense exploration of violence and its effect on the human soul. Claustrophobic, bloody and unmissable. Unlike some in situ: performances, Macbeth is all indoors and Read more about Macbeth: opens Wednesday July 6[…]
A quick preview of Macbeth in the Eastern Daily Press.
Blogger Michael Gray reviews last night’s King Lear at Wandlebury Country Park.
King Lear opens on Wednesday June 22, running until Saturday June 25 in the majestic setting of Wandlebury Country Park, Cambridge. It’s an outdoor walk-around performance, so if you want to check the weather and come on the night there will be plenty of tickets available from 7.30pm. The performance begins at 8.00pm. Bring a Read more about King Lear: opens Wednesday June 22[…]
The latest issue of the Ely Standard includes a preview our forthcoming production of King Lear at Wandlebury Country Park.
This Summer in situ: is reviving two of its most popular and successful Shakespeare productions King Lear, taking place at Wandlebury Country Park from June 22 to June 25 and Macbeth at The Leper Chapel, July 6 to July 9. King Lear June 22 – 25: King Lear takes place in the majestic setting of Read more about Summer 2011 Programme[…]
LEARN TO ACT in situ:’s renowned Learn To Act course returns next month. We will be running Learn To Act 1 over four consecutive Thursday evenings, from 17 March to 7 April. This will be followed by Learn To Act 2, from 19 May – Thursday 9 June. There are more details in the document 2011 Read more about New weekly Learn To Act course/Theatre and Landscape workshops in 2011[…]