Welcome to CADS, Royston
Still time to book for Flare Path!
The Box Office is open for our contribution to the 2019 Royston Arts Festival - it's Terence Rattigan's classic wartime drama Flare Path, which opened last weekend!
Click here to discover more about the show..
Evening meetings - programme announced
We've just published our programme of evening meetings for this Autumn/Winter
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Coming soon: Royston Town Pantomime 2020
We can announce that the 2020 Royston Town Pantomime will be Jack and the Beanstalk by Tom Whalley (who wrote this year's hilarious Robinson Crusoe and the Pirates). Nicky Paton has agreed to direct and Louise Atkins will be Musical Director. Performances will be on Friday 24 January, Saturday 25 January, Friday 31 January and Saturday 1 February 2020 with the usual 2.00 matinees on each Saturday and evening performances at 7.30 on all dates.
Auditions for the show will take place on Thursday 3 October at King James Academy, Senior Site (formerly Meridian School) - juniors (12+) from 7.00 to 7.45 p.m. and adults (16+) from 7.45 to 9.00 p.m. - so save that date! Further details here and elsewhere as soon as we have them...
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One prize, three nominations for CADS at the 50th Cambridge Drama Festival!
The CADS entry for the 2018 Cambridge Drama Festival - Ben Lewis's Romance is Dead, specially adapted for the stage and directed by our own Emma Daintrey - carried off the Backstage Endeavour Award on Saturday 28 April! Also nominated among the awards were Rebecca Aloneftis (Best Actress), Nicky Paton (Best Actor) and Mark Hamblin (Best Cameo). Congratulations to all involved! Pictured left are Emma and Joe Daintrey with their award, and on the right the cast looking (mostly) suitably amazed!
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Congratulations to this year's winners of our Drama Awards - Rupert Jordan and Ellis Hughes!
See some pictures here.