We have been a community run organization, with the intention of entertaining our local audiences since 1933!

 Our aim is to support the development of Cambridge’s amateur performing arts community. The work we do here at the Cambridge Community Players (CCP) connects and enriches the lives of both the volunteers and our audience. There are may ways to show your support for our mission, for more information please take a look at our volunteer and membership pages.

Cambridge Community Players Long and Illustrious History:

The Cambridge Community Players (formerly the Galt Little Theatre) was originally started by a principal of the Galt Collegiate Institute (GCI), Dr. T.H. Wholton. He, with some of his staff and students created a group called Galt Collegiate Players. From this theatre loving group of people came the Galt Little Theatre Company. They met at the YMCA in August 1933. The Galt Little Theatre put their first shows on at Tassie Hall. Due to their growing success, the company performed at other venues such as the Galt Public Library and in the Delta Playhouse. Not having a permanent home, they rehearsed, stored their sets, costumes and props in a variety of places. They used the old Post Office, Kirkham’s Appliance store, the old Gore Building on Main St., the Savage Shoe building in Preston and the Preston Hydro building, to name a few. In 1982 the City of Cambridge purchased and renovated Water St. Baptist Church and created the Cambridge Arts Theatre. The Galt Little Theatre was given a permanent residence there and that is where we reside to this day!


box office Phone

(519) 623-4070





47 Water Street South
Galt, Cambridge, ON N1R 3C8

P.O. 1327 N1R 6C9


There is street parking, or the municipal parking lot one block north of the theatre. You can access it from either Water St or Ainslie St

Box Office Information

Online Box Office: Open 24/7

Tickets can be purchased in advance at the box office on the following dates:

Thursday September 12th 2019 6pm-8pm

Saturday September 14th 2019 11am-1pm

Thursday September 19th 2019 6pm-8pm

Tickets can also be purchased when the performance doors open.

(Performance times listed below)

Performance Doors Open

Evening Performances: 7pm

Matinees: 1pm

Ticket Prices

Adults $22 CAD
Students $10 CAD

Season Subscription (all 4 plays)

Adults $75 CAD
Students $40 CAD


Season Line Up

Cambridge Community Players produces four shows every season. Evening shows start at 8pm and our matinees start at 2pm. Our current season runs 2019/2020.

Tickets for individual performances are now available! Both season subscriptions and Individual tickets are available below! We are excited to join you for our 2019 / 2020 season!


Please Note:

Cambridge Community Players do not give refunds. Please contact the box office if you would like to discuss an alternate date.


Green Room:

The Green Room is open an hour before the show starts, where we suggest that you pre order your drinks for the 15 minute intermission. After the show, come join the cast and crew in the Green Room!

Dinner and a Show

We have teamed up with our friends “13” (formerly Cafe 13) and now we are offering dinner and a show!

*Only available for Angel Street (Gaslight) Coming Soon to the rest of our season

How to take advantage of the offer:

  1. Click “Buy Tickets” on our website

  2. Pick which show you would like to come see

  3. Pick which seat(s) you like to sit in

  4. Click the dropdown menu (for each seat) and select Adult or Student Dinner and a show

  5. Then click “Continue” to confirm your oder and choose your payment method


Nobody’s Perfect

Adults - $22 Students - $10

Evening Shows: 8pm Matinee: 2pm

Who is Lulabelle Latiffa?  The 1st  prize winner of Harriet Copeland’s new romantic fiction competition, that’s who! Leonard Luftus, a shy writer and statistician, finds it’s tricky to avoid a gender bias when the competition motto is 'For Women By Women.’ So, when Leonard’s pseudonym ‘Lulabelle’ wins, can he keep up appearances for the feminist publishing house, ‘Love Is All Round,’ despite deception, his unruly daughter Dee Dee and Gus, his rascally father?  The chaos it all creates will have you laughing out loud! 

Directed by: Jude Winterbottom

Evening Performances:

November 22, 23, 29 & 30, 2019


November 24 & 30, 2019


Office Hours

Adults - $22 Students - $10

Evening Shows: 8pm Matinee:2pm

On one Friday afternoon in six separate offices, Office Hours tells six stories that “makes us laugh at our humanity, cleverly linking a TV news producer, a pair of Canadian movie producers, a rather unsavoury agent, an entertainment lawyer, a horse track owner, and a psychiatrist.”  (Samuel French) As the character’s race to 5:00, they’re reminded that everyone’s story is connected.

Directed by: Bobby Robert

Evening Performances:

January 31, February 1,7 & 8, 2020


Feb 2 & 8, 2020


The Murder Room

Adults - $22 Students - $10

Evening Shows: 8pm Matinee:2pm

Mavis’s infidelity is discovered by Edgar two days after their wedding and Mavis reveals that she can be quite nasty. After drinking Edgar’s cocoa, their cat dies of  poisoning and Mavis must resort to ending thier relationship with a bang! Chaos threatens Mavis’s happily-ever-after when she finds out the bullets are blanks Edgar’s body has  disappeared!

Directed by: George Fowlie

Evening Performances:

April 17, 18,24 & 25, 2020


April 19 & 25, 2020


Angel Street (gaslight)

Adults - $22 Students - $10

Evening Shows: 8pm Matinee: 2pm

It is 1880 and the story begins “before the feeble dawn of gaslight and tea” in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Manningham. It seems idyllic and yet … does the house hold a secret? Is the mind of Mrs. Manningham becoming as clouded as the deep London fog? Can Mrs. Manningham find the courage and confidence to help Inspector Rough uncover the secret of the upper middle class home and right a past wrong?  

Directed by Mallory Moxon-Carson

Evening Performances:

September 20,21,27 & 28, 2019


September 22 & 28, 2019



Want to help and learn how to put on a production? Come join our family of volunteers, everyone is welcome!

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front of house/Green Room

Do you have organization skills, people skills and want to put them to good use in our Cambridge arts community? Join Box Office and interact with our local community first hand. Or volunteer as an Usher and guide people to their seats!

Want to learn how to bartend, perhaps practice your skills or just love meeting new people and being part of a team? Join our wonderfully friendly group of bartenders.


technical/set construction

Lights, Sound, Set Construction and Stage Management are fascinating! It’s never to late to learn the technical side of production. Help transform the stage into the director’s vision by joining the tech/production crews. Learn about the magical timing of theatre by using a light board, sound board or learn how to call out cues from our fearless leaders... The Stage Managers!



What would we do without our backstage crew? We would not have props, costumes or come out onto the stage on time. Be the trusted eyes and ears of our stage managers and help ensure each show runs smoothly!