Old Fire Station
Blue Stockings by Jessica Swale 6058 visits
Love or knowledge: which would you choose?
Victorian Cambridge: at the first women's college, a group of brilliant young women are fighting for the right to an equal education, and for the chance to determine their own futures.
La Bête 12816 visits
January 12th-16th 2010, 7.30pm Matinee, Saturday 16th, 2.30pm
Hirson's dazzling play follows the fortunes of high-minded Elomire, who leads an acting company in the 17th-century court of Prince Conti. Disaster strikes when he's forced to accept Valere, a hilarious, self-obsessed and vulgar street clown into his troupe.
"an excellent start to the theatrical year" 2921 visits
Reviews for La Bête
"Persson ... offers a captivating portrayal of the rather odd maid. She has a flair for physical comedy that lights up her moments centre-stage. "
On directing La Bête by David Hirson 2760 visits
Q&A with the Director, Helen Taylor of ElevenOne Theatre
Helen Taylor has performed in more than seventy plays in London, Edinburgh and Oxford. Locally she has performed with the OTG, Cakes & Ale, Class ACT and Tomahawk theatre companies. This is her second production as director of the new theatre group, following their highly successful production of Noel Coward’s ‘Private Lives’ in April 2009.