An ensemble of young people and community performers rehearse a performance to be presented at Hampton Festival.
Francis Young, writer and historian, will talk about Peterborough's long
and illustrious catalogue of folklore and tales.
Eastern Angles presents Everything Must Go. The script has been formed from interviews with care home residents about their memories of shops and shopping.
A new documentary musical based on the stories of those who worked at Peterborough’s Freemans Catalogue Distribution Centre from the 1960s to the early 2000s
Expect our usual fast-paced alternative musical mayhem and a script bursting with mad-cap banter and bonkers storylines!
THE LAVENHAM SINFONIA gives vibrant, energetic concerts, with brilliant soloists, of great masterworks from our musical heritage.
Two Rivers presents three episodes of the BBC sitcom classic
A new drama class called UROCKERS will allow children age 9+ to take part in imagined & improvised theatre Friday evenings, 4.30 - 5.30pm at The Undercroft
A site specific play on the life and times of Philip Thicknesse, Governor of Landguard Fort 1753 – 1766. Soldier, husband, father, traveller.
When a spirited young working woman inherits a farm from her uncle, no-one expects her to run it alone...
UROCKERS will allow children age 9+ to take part in imagined & improvised theatre Friday evenings, 4.30 - 5.30pm at The Undercroft
A tragic and timeless depiction of how bigotry and hysteria can tear a community apart.
Little Nell Trent lives with her devoted grandfather in his London shop, a magical place filled from wall to wall with dust-laden treasures.
Ross & Rachel tells the mind-bending, heart-breaking story of what happens when a couple that was always meant to be together, gets together.