ADC Theatre (Cambridge)
The ADC Theatre is one of the liveliest venues in Cambridge, presenting a varied programme of theatre to suit everyone's tastes.
We are the main theatre space for the University of Cambridge and, as such, we are the venue for much of the student drama which is performed during University term-time. The ADC Theatre provides a space for learning and experimentation, helping to launch the careers of such luminaries as Sir Ian McKellen, Stephen Fry and Emma Thompson. More recently, graduates have included David Mitchell, Robert Webb and Simon Bird.
The resident companies include the Amateur Dramatic Club and the world-famous Cambridge Footlights. We also present shows by local drama groups and touring companies and we are the main venue for Cambridge Wordfest.
We have a strong commitment to new writing, and regularly present work from student and local playwrights. As well as this, our seasons contain a large amount of comedy and music, reflecting the diverse culture of the university and Cambridgeshire.
We usually present a Mainshow at 7.45pm Tuesday - Saturday, followed by a Lateshow at 11pm, as well as Saturday matinees.
To see our current season, and book tickets for any show, please go to adctheatre.com