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
Jazz nights come to Parker’s Tavern bar at the University Arms, every Friday.
This year, Rare Disease Day is on that rarest of days, 29th February, and to mark the occasion NIHR Cambridge BRC is hosting a free, online session on patient-centred rare disease research. Join us over lunch (with your food!) from 12.30-1.30pm (BST) and find out more about for the journey from genes to mental health, co-designing research with the public and targeting novel therapies for children with neurodisabling disorders. It's a great opportunity to hear about rare disease research and hear from our speakers who will share their unique perspectives, knowledge and experience of rare disease patient-centred research. This will be followed by a panel discussion and Q&As from the audience.
Catherine Angai discusses how to make behavioural science less WEIRD (Western, Educated, Industrialised, Rich, and Democratic).
Try Kinstretch with Gez for free! Kinstretch gives you more movement options and builds a strong foundation and, at the same time, builds strength and flexibility throughout the full range of motion.
Presenting ‘Revival’ an exhibition of eight artists at Cambridge’s All Saints Church, Jesus Lane. Revival draws inspiration from the spirit, aesthetic and craftsmanship of All Saint's, affectionately known as Cambridge’s 'Painted Church'.
An annual comedy extravaganza that captures the essence of artistic diversity, innovation, and expression.
The city’s name is known around the world, but it wasn’t always called Cambridge. In the Middle Ages it was known as Grantabridge, meaning the bridge over the river Granta (one of the sources of the River Cam).