Ordinary Days

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  • Town and Gown Pub & Theatre


  • Theatre/Arts
  • Tickets from £15.00 - £15.95
  • Suitable for ages 12+
  • Wednesday 13th October 2021 and 4 other dates
  • Multiple start times (see ticket info)

A Town and Gown Theatre Production.

Ordinary Days is the captivating story of what happens when uptight graduate student Deb loses the notebook that contains all of her notes for her thesis somewhere on the streets of New York. Little does she know that Warren, the struggling artist and professional cat sitter who finds and returns the notebook to her, will have such a profound effect on her life. And meanwhile, their actions affect Jason and Claire, a couple inching toward marriage who ultimately can’t seem to completely figure each other out because of an unspeakable tragedy from years ago. 

Four seemingly ordinary lives living out ordinary days.
Adam Gwon’s witty and captivating four-person song cycle has played around the world professionally, in university settings, and at community theatres, and it is sure to leave audiences finding and appreciating the beauty in their everyday lives.

This production was originally produced and directed by Karl Steele at the Old Joint Stock Theatre in Birmingham, revisiting the show for the brand new Town and Gown Theatre in the heart of Cambridge

★★★★ The whole is choreographed superbly... Steele's direction is tight" - The Reviews Hub




Ticket Event time Cost
Ordinary Days - Evening
Admit One 7:30pm
19:30 - 21:15 £15.00
Ordinary Days - Matinee
Admit One 2:30pm
14:30 - 16:15 £15.00
Pre-Theatre Dining Evening
2 Courses - Set Menu
18:00 - 19:25 £15.95
Pre-Theatre Dining Matinee
2 Courses - Set Menu
13:00 - 14:25 £15.95



Town and Gown Pub & Theatre, 8, Market Passage, Cambridge, CB2 3PF


Town and Gown Pub & Theatre
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  • Rating: 5

    Visited 2 days ago Written by Heather
    Flawless performance by a fantastic act Keep up the great work lads Can’t wait to see you again soon
  • Rating: 4

    Visited 3 days ago Written by MIKE
    The show at the Town and Gown was a masterpiece of impersonation. The two actors played each of the many much-loved characters from Dad's Army with uncanny accuracy. Reading actual radio scripts from the series, they had to rapidly segue from Capt Mainwaring to Pike, from Jonesy to the vicar..all brilliantly done. Where the show fell a little flat for me was in the concept. A radio play is essentially a non visual experience, and here the two excellent actors did little more than stand in front of a mic. So the whole thing felt rather static, lacked any dramatic punch. It made one wonder if actually hearing the original radio versions made in the 1970s would be just as good. All that said the venue deserves every support (and a bigger audience) and the two actors a Cambridge Oscar for astonishing impersonation. For more of my theatre and music reviews go to thecambridgecritique.com
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