Date:Wed 12, Fri 14 & Sat 15 Jun
Time:7pm (Wed) | 3pm & 7pm (Fri) | 11am (Sat)

Cambridge School of Visual and Performing Arts presents Pippin

“That’s it, something completely fulfilling, and I’m going to find it!”

Pippin by Stephen Schwartz is performed by the Musical Theatre Students from the Cambridge School of Visual and Performing Arts.

A young university graduate (and Prince of Charlemagne), Pippin is determined to see beyond the books of his education, with the simple aim of living a life that is extraordinary.

His optimism, ambition and joie de vivre drives him in his quest for fulfilment - however as often happens in the ‘real world’, Pippin’s experience falls short of his expectations!

The original Pippin, choreographed by the infamous Bob Fosse in 1972, ran for 5 years on Broadway and was revived to critical acclaim in 2013.

Schwartz’s playful romp through the journey of a developing adult uses historical figures to inspire vivid characters, brought to life in a fun and spirited ensemble show with politics, war, sex, and life on the farm...

In a modern age, driven by media and technology, the urge for personal fulfilment is as prevalent as ever. Pippin’s quest speaks to all people who’ve ever wondered where they belong.

“You are an extraordinary human being, you deserve an extraordinary climax...!”

Performances of The Crucible by the Classical and Contemporary Acting Students Thursday 13th 7pm, Friday 14th 11am and Saturday 15th 3pm & 7pm. 

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Age: 12A - some mildly bad language, sex references, strong innuendo

Duration: 2 hours (+ a 15 min interval)

Box office and bar open 1 hour before event start times.

Tickets are free but you do need to book in advance.