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Architectural Heritage
Cambridge Buddhist Centre entrance
From player to prayer

The Cambridge Festival Theatre has always enjoyed a life filled with worshippers in one guise or another. Purpose-built in 1814, to house the frolics of The Norwich Players, it is now the Buddhists who tread the boards and seek the light.

Words by: Emma Borley-Johnson

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