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Successful Edinburgh Fringe show comes home to Cambridge. New musical comedy set in The Fens starring comic songwriter Liz Cotton and her cat Purdy. Cambridge Junction Saturday 19 November; bar opens 7pm; show 8pm; ends 9pm. Age 16+
At this year’s Cambridge Jazz Festival, jazz singer and pianist Robin Phillips is performing his brand new album line-up and 'Return From The Source' concept, in a development of his existing jazz trio, he is adding electric guitar and cello to make rep4+. Robin won ‘Best Documentary Feature’ award at 2022 King’s Cross Film Awards for his jazz / blues USA road-trip documentary ‘Back To The Source’. Making this film changed the way Robin sees making music and has led to not only a new line-up, but also a collection of original songs inspired by his trip. At this dinner jazz event, Robin will perform some of his existing funky groove renditions of popular standards such as ‘In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning’, alongside material from his upcoming new album.
Join us for a Chamber Music concert as pianist Susan Tomes returns to Kettle’s Yard.
An Evening of Music and Poetry In Honour of St Cecilia performed by the students, staff and parents of Stoke College. The event is free to attend and refreshments will be available.
TIM GARLAND & JASON REBELLO Two of the UK's most admired jazz musicians celebrate three decades of friendship, touring and recording Friday 25 November | 7:45pm Doors & bar 6:45pm | Concert 7:45pm, ends 9:00pm, no interval
The evening launch of RAREfest22: 'Strictly Rare' An evening to challenge perceptions, dispel myths and imagine the possible.
Now that Christmas is just around the corner, we’re excited to invite you to Huntingdon Christmas Market 2022. This year, the event will take place from Friday 25th November – Sunday 27th November 2022, with the popular Christmas Lights Switch on scheduled for Friday 25th November at 6.30pm. Gold medalist, Jake Jarman will officially switch on the lights for everyone to enjoy.
A new jazz suite created & narrated by the inimitable Alan Barnes inspired by Dickens much-loved story.
Daft Funk Live! are back in Cambridge on Friday 2nd of December 2022!!
We are delighted to return to the atmospheric surroundings of St Andrew’s Church, Wimpole for a festive concert of Baroque music. The programme features seasonal vocal and instrumental works including arias from Handel’s Messiah, a pastoral recorder concerto by Telemann, music for Trumpet and traditional french Christmas carols by Charpentier. Adults £20.50, Students £10.50, Children (under 18) Free
Christmas Carols on the River sung by the St Johns the Evangelist Choir.
Start the festive period right with our Christmas Carols on the river annual charity event - an experience for all. Wrap up warm, snuggle up under a blanket and have a hot chocolate in hand whilst the amazing St John the Evangelist choir sings Christmas Carols as you are punted effortlessly along the College Backs. An advent activity that will be one to remember this joyous season. And above all, do not forget to sing along.
Choral concert in aid of East Anglia's Children's Hospices featuring the St Edmundsbury Male Voice Choir.
Saturday 10 December 2022, 4pm. Tickets: £10 for adults, FREE for children.
Sing! Community Choir celebrates 10th anniversary with Cambridge Christmas concert fundraiser
Supporting local makers and creators, craftspeople & collectors, our festive Christmas Market is back with pop-up food, mulled wine & music
One of Cambridge’s most eye-catching pieces of public art is the Snowy Farr sculpture in the Market Square.