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
Flamenco dancer Rebeca Ortega’s debut appearance in Cambridge accompanied by the singer Natalia Marin from Seville and Ramon Ruiz on the guitar. First class live performance from Spanish leading artists. Book early to avoid disappointment! Thursday 2nd March @ 7pm in Wesley Methodist Church, Cambridge. Early bird tickets can be purchased in the following link:
At this repmusic presents dinner/jazz event, Sam Miles (tenor saxophone) and Vij Prakash (trombone) will perform their own take on one of John Coltrane’s most seminal albums: ‘Blue Train’. Guests can enjoy a two-course meal whilst enjoying these two top jazz musicians explore this 1958 classic along with their bandmates, as well as playing brand new original music written for this project. A ticket only option is also available.
The 100 young people making up Iowa City music ensembles present a celebration of classical, traditional American, jazz and band music
7pm Sunday 12 March 2023. A concert to raise funds for the Cambridge Women's Resources Centre. Tickets: £15 for adults, FREE for children.
Join Granta Chorale choir for an afternoon of exultant choral music including Bach's beloved motet Jesu, meine Freude.
An uplifting blend of orchestral and choral works including: Britten Les Illuminations, Ravel Pavane pour une Infante Défunte & Ma Mère l’Oye Suite, Lucy Armstrong The Alchemical Kitchen, Boulanger Vielle Prière Bouddhique, Poulenc Gloria
Our 2023 Choral Pilgrimage celebrates the legacy of one of choral music's most treasured composers, William Byrd.
Sickle cell disease is the most common monogenetic disease in the UK, more prevalent than cystic fibrosis. There are 15,000 patient living with this diease living in the UK. The many deficiencies in their care have prompted the Al Parliamnetary Enquiry Group (APPG) wo write a report 'Noone is listening'. We would like the to raise the profile of this disease, Many thanks for your consideration
Forming part of St John’s College, The Bridge of Sighs is one of Cambridge’s most famous landmarks. It shares little with its Venetian namesake, but this Gothic Revival style structure is a beauty in its own right, best admired by punt.