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
A Traditional tale teased, detangled and restyled into an enchanting show, combining exquisite puppetry & storytelling.
A collection of Europe's finest early music performers play Purcell, Bach, Handel in a glorious Christmas programme
A concert by the vocal ensemble The Gesualdo Six in the beautiful setting of Trinity College Chapel
Festive favourites & classy arrangements of well-loved tunes from this world-renowned brass quintet . presented in their charismatic, good humoured style.
Popular Festive fayre from the Middle Ages featuring carols and winter folksongs sung & performed on an abundance of weird and wonderful instruments.
Eboracum Baroque perform Handel’s celebrated work, Messiah at Great St Mary's Church, Cambridge. This performance will be in aid of Cancer Research UK. Relax in the run up to Christmas with this candlelit performance from some of the finest singers and instrumentalists in the UK. Performed on period instruments from the time of Handel, this is an evening of music not to be missed! Adults £25.50, Students £12.50, Children (Under 18) Free
English Touring Opera returns to Cambridge Arts Theatre with three great operas encompassing love and war, comedy and epic tragedy. One of Handel’s most celebrated works, Giulio Cesare, is a majestic opera in which the characters are driven to extreme feelings and actions, and in which the music strikes the heart. A story of passion and revenge, featuring a treasure trove of great arias with immense dramatic intensity, the opera follows the events surrounding Julius Caesar’s conquest of Egypt, as well as his uneasy alliance and romance with fabled Egyptian queen, Cleopatra. Each opera is performed on period instruments in partnership with the much-praised Old Street Band.
English Touring Opera returns to Cambridge Arts Theatre with three great operas encompassing love and war, comedy and epic tragedy. In a provincial hotel, guests from all over Europe are stranded on their way to a great coronation. Intrigue, politics, romance and lost luggage all play their part in Rossini’s last Italian opera, Il viaggio a Reims. Each opera is performed on period instruments in partnership with the much-praised Old Street Band.
Lucrezia Borgia is a tragedy of great pathos. Donizetti created in Lucrezia one of his greatest roles – known as one of history’s most famous poisoners, she is a cunning strategist and a loving mother at the same time, a complex woman in a dangerous situation. Each opera is performed on period instruments in partnership with the much-praised Old Street Band.
Lord Byron, the famous Romantic poet, is said to have kept a bear while he was a student at Trinity College in the 1800s.