From making your own gin with one of the world’s most innovative distilleries, to trying the best of the Cambridge food scene – here are some uniquely Cambridge experiences to seek out during your stayFind out more
A fun and chaotic play about bisexuality
Tom Jones is a bawdy rip-roaring comedy set in the heart of the English countryside, and performed in the magical gardens of Madingley Hall from 8th July.
George Bernard Shaw's 'Village Wooing', a comedietta for two voices, is presented by SHAW2020 in this award winning production.
A truly unique opportunity to enjoy some live acoustic music whilst gliding along the River Cam on a chauffeured boat.
Summer only comes around once a year. How can you make this summer extra special in Cambridge? Come punting in Cambridge for an experience that is right up your stream! Saffron Grange, an award-winning local vineyard hosting wine tasting on a punt - select Fridays - book online.
Cambridge Folk Festival is one of the longest running folk festivals in the world. Held each year since 1965 it attracts around fourteen thousand people, many of whom return year after year.
Join us for a spectacular performance of live choral music based on traditional Even Song.
Come and enjoy an afternoon’s free entertainment in Haddenham Arts Centre’s garden marquee. Marvel at Banana Ukulele, gasp at Aerialist Katriana. 2.30pm - 4pm, no need to book, just turn up and enjoy!
THE GREEN KNIGHT IS A RAUCOUS FAMILY SHOW BASED ON ARTHURIAN LEGEND.
Join us on August 23 to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Cambridge Branch of Parkinson's UK with a performance from Paul Mayhew-Archer.
Join us at Gonville Hotel for An Evening with Henry Blofeld. Enjoy drinks, canapés, a two course meal and tales from the legendary Henry Blofeld OBE.
The Enchanted Cinema is returning to The Outside Inn for Movie Nights under the stars. We will be showcasing Dirty Dancing, Bohemian Rapsody and Mamma Mia.
Fusing elements of British Sci-fi and beyond, The Asteroid and Tentacle is an improvised comedy set in an intergalactic local.
Join Eboracum Baroque for an evening of rowdy drinking songs, popular fiddle tunes and folk songs! Purcell and a pint will transport you back to the alehouses of 17th century England. Taverns were raucous surroundings and overflowed with music, alcohol, sex, gossip, fights, fumes, shouting, singing, laughing, dancing…. Our performance won’t have all of those! Tickets £15.50 Adults, £5.50 Students (Including a drink on arrival)
Join us in our Clore Learning Studio for free, practical art making workshops.
The first game of football, as we know it, was played in Cambridge in 1848.