This year the annual Cambridge Italian play brings to the stage a masterpiece of Renaissance comedy – The Mandrake (La Mandragola) by Niccolò Machiavelli!
A story of young love, disguises and magic potions, The Mandrake remains a thoroughly modern tale- showing how easily fraud can prevail over all morals and how we all pursue happiness at the expense of others.
Like previous years, this sixth annual show is a collaboration between the Cambridge University Italian Society, the Cambridge International Theatre Festival and professional director Ludovico Nolfi.
Italian language with English captions.
Tickets are limited to circa 50 a performance:
Due to issues with the venue we were informed last minute that we are unfortunately unable to sell tickets. Therefore we must rely on the kindness of audience members to make an optional but valuable donation of either £5 or £8, which will go towards supporting the young actors in our cast, covering costs of production and helping the Society put on more shows in the future.
All seats can be booked through the above links. We thank you again for your generosity.
If you wish to reserve a seat at any time, contact Victor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Publicity design: Chloe Marschner