Footlights comedy troupe return to Cambridge Arts Theatre next month

PUBLISHED: 10:51 22 February 2018 | UPDATED: 10:51 22 February 2018

Footlights comes to the Cambridge Arts Theatre this weekend

Footlights comes to the Cambridge Arts Theatre this weekend


Following the sell-out success of 2017, Cambridge Footlights are back by popular demand with two nights of hilarious new comedy.

Cambridge Footlights are the world-famous comedy troupe who first aired the talents of some of the foremost British comedians and actors of this century. Founded in 1880, this university drama society boasts an impressive alumni including Stephen Fry, Hugh Laurie, Trevor Nunn and Peter Shaffer.

Join Footlights for two nights showcasing the finest sketches, songs and stand-up from some of the country’s finest student comedians.

It is on the stage on March 4 and 11.

Running time to be confirmed.

Tickets, £13 to £23, via


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