Useful website links
Amdram.co.uk is the free website for the amateur theatre community. It includes free resources for groups and individuals interested in amateur theatre. Their slogan is, “We won’t make a crisis out of a drama”
- King James Academy, Royston
Formerly Meridian and Greneway Schools; the Senior Site, which forms Royston's upper school, boasts an impressive performance space and is the usual venue for CADS productions
- Limitless Academy of Performing Arts
Limitless Academy provides tuition in drama, musical theatre, dance and singing, as well as an extensive programme of tuition in film and TV and further individual masterclasses.
- Miss G’s Academy of Performing Arts
Formerly GST*RS (or Georgina Wootten’s School of Dance and Performing Arts) - aims to inspire a lasting love and appreciation for the Arts through the highest quality of training, innovative choreography and unique experiences whilst striving for excellence. GSTARS has regular timetabled classes in Imperial Ballet, Modern Theatre, Tap, Street, Contemporary, Commercial, Cheerleading and Acro Dance.
- Royston Arts Festival/Creative Royston
CADs is pleased to take part each year in the Royston Arts Festival, held during the last weekend in September. Click here for details of this year's festival
- Royston Community Diary
The Royston Town diary contains information on public events in Royston, ranging from church activities and basketball practice through films, plays, rambling and much, much more.
- The Listing
Royston's foremost 'what's on' magazine is distributed free to 7,000 addresses in the town and to 9,000 in the neighbouring villages
- The Royston Crow
Online version of Royston's weekly local newspaper, featuring news for Royston and the surrounding area, updated daily
- Where Can We Go?
The aim of WhereCanWeGo.com is to inform everyone of the wealth of possibilities in their local area: music and theatre, talks and walks, fetes and festivals, sports and markets, courses and conservation: all sorts of activities and events for all sorts of tastes. All entries are posted by local organisers, the service is free and it's simple to use.