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Whether you’re a foodie, an art enthusiast, music fan, or science devotee, Cambridge has something for you. Home to festivals and events all year round, we invite you to explore the latest and greatest this buzzing cultural hub has to offer.
The FDNF Cambridge is hosting their first fundraising event - a jazz night at the Portland Arms featuring two talented bands, Emergency Exit and The Jazz Disciples. All proceeds from the tickets will go to the David Nott Foundation, which trains war doctors, saving lives!
Christoph Prégardien - Tenor Joseph Middleton - Piano Tuesday 5 March 2024, 7.30pm, The Auditorium, Pembroke College Songs by Duparc, Schubert & Schumann's 'Dichterliebe'
Catherine Angai discusses how to make behavioural science less WEIRD (Western, Educated, Industrialised, Rich, and Democratic).
Richard Spaul tells Ghost Stories in the atmospheric Leper Chapel.
With Mother’s Day fast approaching, why not treat those very special women in your life to a 50-minute guided private punting tour along the College Backs.
Team Salisbury arms are excited to announce the LAUNCH SUNDAY ROASTS - just in time for mothers day! Book your table for Mothers day before the 8th March and grab yourselves a free glass of FIZZ!
Embark on the enchanting Student Poetry Trail at the Botanic Garden. Discover the hidden voices of plants through poetry!
Join us for this year’s New Music concert series, programmed by our New Music Curator Tom McKinney. The second concert introduces us to John Butcher and Rhodri Davies.
Richard Spaul returns to The Leper Chapel with Ghost Stories II
Richard Spaul returns to The Leper Chapel with Ghost Stories II.
Enjoy exploring a selection of winning garden photos at Cambridge University Botanic Garden.
In this remarkable solo performance of Hamlet, Richard Spaul brings his unique vocal gifts and powers of characterisation to explore Shakespeare’s great tragedy.
The Harmony In Harlem jazz orchestra perform authentic jazz by Duke Ellington.
Enjoy an egg-citing Easter Trail at Cambridge University Botanic Garden.
In this day workshop, you will learn the basics of lino printing and the skills to get you started so you can print at home with simple tools and materials.
Join us for our Easter special Sunday lunch in Parker's Tavern.
Luisa Omielan is a comedic force of nature. The first stand-up to receive a BAFTA Breakthrough accolade, with four consecutive smash hit shows, she is credited with creating 'genre-defining' one- woman shows. Most recently, a self-produced special called 'God is a Woman'. With over a dozen sell out runs at Soho Theatre and star of Live at the Apollo. Twice nominated at Melbourne International Comedy Festival for best show - where her Thigh Gap routine has been viewed over 50 million times. She's been described as masterminding 'one of the biggest stand-up hits of the decade' with her debut 'What Would Beyonce Do?!' Her show Politics For Bitches spawned a BBC3 series. In 2024, Luisa will return with a brand-new touring show: Bitter.
Celebrating the art of imitation, our 2024 Choral Pilgrimage explores music from the master of parody, Orlande de Lassus, alongside works by Josquin, Casulana and Bob Chilcott.
In celebration of their 20th anniversary, Spotlight Productions would like to proudly present the musical comedy 'The Addams Family'. You can catch one of the four show-stopping evening performances at Hinchingbrooke Performing Arts centre from the 10th - 13th April 2024. Ticket price & showtime’s tbc.
The 30-piece Down for the Count Orchestra returns to West Road Concert Hall, Cambridge, for another joyful celebration of swing music as they perform Songs from the Golden Age of Swing.
Looking for a general overview of floristry and have no idea what course you really need or want to do? Our popular one day beginners floristry taster is designed to introduce you to floristry with lots of practise during the day.
‘Daoirí Farrell is singlehandedly spearheading a resurgence of the authentic in Irish folk music…he is rightly in demand all over the world.’ Irish Music
Join artist Tanvi Kant for a vibrant textiles workshop to rework a variety of fabric remnants. You will learn how to make intricate fabric cords and transform them into tactile jewellery.
Join us for this year’s New Music concert series, programmed by our New Music Curator Tom McKinney. For the third concert, pianist Eliza McCarthy will take to the Kettle’s Yard Steinway.
"Dressner is able to paint visceral images and transport the listener to the world of the song." - American Songwriter
Explore pattern in this one-day textile printing workshop with artist, Kate Owens. This workshop is perfect for both complete beginners and anyone who’d like to develop their print practice.
This exciting and engaging workshop will be co-led by William Kerley and Jessie Maryon Davies. During the three-hour workshop, we will be exploring the art and creativity of singing in an opera chorus.
180+ real ales, 80+ ciders, international beer, mead, wine, and cheese. Food from 7 stands. CAMRA's longest running festival, and one of the largest.
An annual comedy extravaganza that captures the essence of artistic diversity, innovation, and expression.
Join us for this year’s New Music concert series, programmed by our New Music Curator Tom McKinney. The Hermes Experiment will be the last concert of the series, offering an exciting finale in the Kettle’s Yard house.
Cambridgeshire Light Opera proudly presents : ‘Iolanthe’ Evening performances at 7.30pm and a Saturday matinée at 2.30pm Doors open 45 minutes before each performance Ticket prices: Wednesday £12, Thu – Sat eve £15, Saturday matinée £12 from Ticket Source : https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/clog or tel : 07708 577570. On-site parking; facilities for wheelchair users; licensed bar
Discover and explore your creative talents! Spend some quality time learning a new skill or expanding the skills you already have at our Summer School for adult learners. You'll find some inspiring choices with something for everyone to kick off the summer, with workshops including: Guitar, Indian Cookery, Italian for holidays, Weaving, Drawing, Textiles, Upholstery, Dog Training, Skills Boot Camp and much more.
A two day Thai Festival to experience the taste of Thailand this summer at Parker's Piece is brought to you by Magic of Thailand.
The Cambridge Country Show - The Show with something for everybody
Chapterhouse Theatre Company presents Shakespeare’s best-loved romantic comedy!
Following the success of Crime Viral's sell out UK serial killer tour - research psychologist and psychopathy expert Cheish Merryweather will be bringing to the stage for the very first time - MURDER:STAGED - LIVE
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