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.
The Cambridge Club returns for another feel-good festival of Music, Arts & Culture for all ages on 9-11 June – featuring Lionel Richie, Grace Jones, Kool & The Gang & many more. Join us for a journey of Disco & Discovery this summer...
Flourish Summer Market! Free entry and parking Join us and 20+ stalls for a day full of food, drink, gifting, lifestyle and fun. We will be showcasing the best local producers and makers and celebrating summer with a DJ, bar and BBQ. Family friendly day out
Join choral powerhouses Eric Whitacre and Anna Lapwood for a series of co-hosted events at Pembroke College, Cambridge's new venue in June 2023.
The Next Stage presents an evening of Jazz and Swing with the Cambridge Groove Orchestra, supported by 440.JAZZ
Swaffham Bulbeck Summer Theatre proudly presents "The Sorcerer" by Gilbert and Sullivan. Enjoy a summer's evening of musical theatre in the beautiful surroundings of "Theatre in a Barn".
Poet Laureate Simon Armitage fronts LYR, his critically acclaimed band formed in 2018 and now a firmly established part of the new music scene.
Guitarist Tom Gamble brings his solo show to Cambridge for a night of virtuosity, stories and strings.
In its first two years, Cambridge Pride has grown to become one of the most loved events in the city’s calendar, with an expected 10,000 people actively taking part on the day in 2022.
Elektra Women’s Choir, from Vancouver, Canada, presents "The Lost Words: A Spell Book", a musical interpretation of the book by author Robert Macfarlane & artist Jackie Morris.
AZAHAR - Flamenco Dance Company from Spain, Rebeca Ortega. Dancer: Rebeca Ortega from Seville, Spain Singer: Natalia Marín from Seville, Spain Guitarist: Ramón Ruiz, from Granada, Spain
CYO presents a new, family opera, written and performed by young people with puppetry from the Norwich Puppet Theatre. The opera tells the story of orphan girl Eilidh, her little black cat and a trip to Cat Mountain where her courage and strength of character transform her life for the better. The opera is full of bravery, intrigue and drama and will captivate the whole family.
Striking new music ranging from Welsh language poetry to trad-jazz and electronics, The Trials of Cato have blazed a trail through the British folk scene sine 2016, winning BBC Radio 2 Best Folk Album for their recording debut.
An intimate concert for voice, violin & piano showcasing the lush, unforgettable music of Ivor Novello including smash hits from his stage shows such as We'll Gather Lilacs, My Dearest Dear, Fly Home Little Heart and many more.
A concert to raise funds for the Motor Neurone Disease Association (Cambridgeshire branch). To include James Horner – Apollo 13, Richard Strauss – Also Sprach Zarathustra (2001: A Space Odyssey), Gustav Holst – Mars and Jupiter from The Planets, Calvin Custer – Star Trek through the Years – and more!
Join us in Ely Cathedral on July 4th for a glorious celebration of the special relationship between the UK and the USA. In aid of East Anglian Air Ambulance.
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).