28 Mar 2012
28/03/12 - 19:30 - £25 + £2 credit/debit cards
Popular singer sings all his greatest hits.
28/03/12 - 19:30 - £9.00 (£7.00 concessions)
In a harsh and brutal Ancient Greece, Electra and her brother Orestes take vengeance on their mother Clytemnestra and stepfather Aegisthus for the murder of their father, Agamemnon.
28/03/12 - 21:00 to 02:00 - Free
Every other Thursday at the Fountain Lee Scott will be bringing down his unique house sound. It's deep, groove based, and most definitely forward thinking. Future sounds assured. Jump in with both feet and experience some sonic treats from Lee and his vast collection of House music. Every month Lee has opened up the Play-House decks to other like minded DJ's. If you want to play just contact him through this email, [email protected] It's free to come and take a peek. Listen to the vibes and spread the gospel of good underground house.
I Love Supporting Fairtrade at Anglia Ruskin University
28/03/12 to 28/03/12 - 17:30 to 19:00 - Free
1.4 billion reasons: Eradicating extreme poverty within a generation. Paul Gans from the Global Poverty Project will be talking at a free seminar. This will be of interest to those wishing to get involved in a practical way. Find out about the Global Poverty Project at www.globalpovertyproject.com. Please book your place or find out more about the seminar by emailing [email protected] Fairtrade refreshments will be provided. Places are limited to 30, so please book by Thursday 22 March 2012.
in situ: Agamemnon at St Andrew's Hall, Cambridge
28/03/12 to 28/03/12 - 20:00 to 22:00 - £14/10
Combining installation, physical theatre and a new translation in an electrifying new performance of Aeschylus' compelling tale of infanticide and vendetta.