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
Jordan Ashman percussionist - the winner of BBC YOUNG MUSICIAN 2022 returns to his sixth form college to perform an eclectic mix of percussion music. This will include music for marimba, vibraphone and drums.
Join Somersham Town Band at Nightingale Rec as part of the Music In The Parks series.
Try Something New... Learn to dance Brazilian Zouk (a latin dance) 🕺💃🤩 Fun, friendly and feels fantastic! Now is your chance to try it for FREE - come and learn our flashmob choreography (performing optional)
Join Soham Comrades Band at Cherry Hinton Hall as part of the Music In The Parks series.
After the success of our last event HouseOlogy return to Quy Mill on the 16th September!
Join the 4 Villages Orchestra at Graduate Cambridge Hotel as the final Music In The Parks performance.
Local band Shake, Rattle & Roll invite you to join them for the launch of their new album 'Go Go Rainbow'. Enjoy an interactive musical show where we will sing, shout, boogie and bop our way around the magical Shakyverse! Including lots of audience participation (yes, you too, grown ups!), multisensory activities and musical fun for the whole family. A 1 hour show with a 20 minute interval.
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to sing with a large, ambitious choir like Cambridge Philharmonic? Perhaps you used to sing a few years ago, and would like to get back into it? This is your chance to have a go. Join renowned conductor & composer Will Todd and Cambridge Philharmonic Chorus for an enjoyable afternoon of singing – all voices welcome. This will be an exciting opportunity to develop your singing skills working on Will’s Jazz Missa Brevis as well as collaboratively devise a new choral piece!
Want to meet Cambridge’s largest resident? Head to the Museum of Zoology, where you’ll be greeted by an enormous fin whale skeleton. Measuring 21-metres, it’s one of the largest of its kind ever recorded, and fills the entrance hall end to end.