Leper Chapel

21st Mar 2018Leper ChapelStorytelling

Ghost Stories at the Leper Chapel with in situ:

A deliciously scary evening out - in situ: director Richard Spaul takes centre stage Read>>

21st Mar 2018Leper ChapelFamilyHistoryOpen day

Stourbridge Medieval Fair at The Leper Chapel

Re-enactment of the famous Stourbridge Fair at Cambridge's oldest building, the Leper Chapel, Newmarket Road. Read>>

21st Feb 2018Leper ChapelTheatre

Theatre at The Leper Chapel: The Demon Lover

in-situ theatre company perform Elizabeth Bowen's The Demon Lover, Saki's Gabriel-Ernest, and Beatrix Potter’s Tale of Jemima Puddleduck, at the atmospheric Leper Chapel. Read>>

21st Feb 2018Leper ChapelTheatre

Theatre at the Leper Chapel: Woyzeck

in situ:’s talented ensemble performs Buechner’s expressionist masterpiece of madness and murder, at the atmospheric Leper Chapel. Read>>

21st Feb 2018Leper ChapelTheatre

Theatre at the Leper Chapel: Tales of Mystery and Imagination

in situ theatre company perform Edgar Allan Poe’s ‘The Premature Burial' and ‘Thou Art the Man’. The tales are interspersed with haunting songs from English Folk and American Blues traditions. Read>>

16th Nov 2017Leper ChapelStorytellingTheatre

A Christmas Carol – one man show by Martin Prest

Playing over 20 characters, Martin Prest brings Charles Dickens' timeless story of redemption to life. Read>>

5th Oct 2017Leper ChapelStorytellingTheatre

insitu theatre: The Demon Lover

Uncanny tales brought to life by Richard Spaul of insitu theatre company. Read>>

21st Jul 2017Leper ChapelConservationEducation and learningFamilyHistoryOpen day

The Leper Chapel open morning

How many times have you walked/cycled/driven past this beautiful old building and wondered what it is like inside? Read>>

21st Jun 2017Leper ChapelStorytellingTheatre

One man theatre at The Leper Chapel – Dracula. PART I: Jonathan Harker’s Journal

A spell-binding one man production of Dracula, Part 1 in the atmospheric Leper Chapel. Read>>

8th Jun 2017Leper ChapelStorytellingTheatre

in situ theatre performance – Be Absolute For Death

Once again, The Leper Chapel provides the atmospheric setting for a theatre performance by environmental theatre group in situ: Be Absolute for Death. Read>>

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