Welcome to the CULES Website!
We are a student run-group who aim to bring theatre to those who would normally not get the chance to see it, taking performances to such places as special needs schools and nursing homes. Our second, but equally important, aim is to have fun! We generally perform a play and a pantomime in both Michaelmas and Lent. In Easter we perform four short plays around a theme (designed to be manageable and fun for after exams!). All of these are written, directed and produced by enthusiastic members of the society.
Getting involved couldn't be simpler — just come along to our friendly open auditions at the beginning of each term, details of which will be posted here and on our e-mail list. Even if you've never done anything like this before, we'd still like to see you! We will have many parts with varying levels of commitment available, so if you don't want to take on too much, or if you want to steal the show, just let us know.
To get in touch with us, please send an e-mail to email@example.com.
Shows on Saturday 14 March, 7.30pm
We're very happy to announce the public performance of this term's CULES shows, which will be on Saturday 14 March in the Queen's Building at Emmanuel College. We have two fabulous shows for you, one freshly written for this term and one so wildly rewritten that you'd think it was brand new! The pantomime is Treasure Island by James Pearson, and the play is A Recipe for Disaster by Dan Tooke.
Doors will be from 7.15pm with an aim to start the first show, most likely the panto, at 7.30pm.
Directions to the Queen's Building
Entering from the main Emmanuel College Porters Lodge, turn left and walk through the passageway by the Hall. Upon emerging into the open, walk diagonally across the Court and into another covered passageway. You'll find a path on your right that heads towards the Queen's Building. Admire the fine, oolitic Ketton limestone and then walk inside.