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.
Introducing our Classical music inspired Afternoon Tea at Parker's Tavern.
The 2024 theme is creative place-making – how the arts and culture make a thriving city
Nahoft is an enchanting blend of talent and tradition, embodying the dynamic spirit of a Persian music group. Our ensemble unites skilled musicians, each contributing their expertise to create a harmonious blend of traditional Persian melodies and renditions. With a commitment to preserving the rich cultural heritage of Persian music, we embark on a musical journey that transcends boundaries and captivates audiences worldwide. Immerse yourself in the mesmerising sounds of our music group, where the ancient meets the modern, and every note tells a story of passion and resonance. Mark your calendars for our debut performance at Trinity College Chapel on February 27th at 8:30 PM!
Green Mind in association with Half Ton Studios presents Captain live! CAPTAIN are a British alternative rock band who formed in CAMBRIDGE in 2004 and went on to score two Top 40 hits (Glorious and Broke) and a Top 30 album, This Is Hazelville. Now, after a sell-out London comeback show they return to the venue where they played their very first show. The band's new album due this summer and there's more live shows being booked for 2024! www.greenmind.co.uk for tickets
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.
ABOUT THE PLAY City of Angels takes place in the glamorous city of Los Angeles, California. Located in Hollywood, Stine, a novelist who is attempting to turn his novel into a screenplay, fights to save his friendships, his career, and his marriage. As he creates the story about Stone, a private detective, the characters in Stine’s screenplay come to life on stage.
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.
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.
‘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 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
A sparkling evening of film music by William Walton, John Williams and others Including themes from Star Wars, ET, Henry V and many more
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.
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.
The first game of football, as we know it, was played in Cambridge in 1848.