Sport
Commonwealth Games Live Coverage
Free
Sport

Commonwealth Games Live Coverage

  • 29/07/2022 - 08/08/2022
Women’s Euros Final 2022
Food & Drink
Free
Sport

Women’s Euros Final 2022

Is it coming home? Join us at Cambridge's biggest garden bar, The Outside Inn to watch the Women's Euros Final 2022 on our big screen. We will be hosting unbeatable food and drinks offers.

  • 31/07/2022 - 31/07/2022
Our Place in Space | Cycle the Solar System
Art & Exhibitions
Free
Sport
Workshops, Talks & Lectures

Our Place in Space | Cycle the Solar System

Hop on your bike and cycle your way through the solar system with fellow explorers.

  • 07/08/2022 - 28/08/2022
Open Cambridge
Art & Exhibitions
Family Friendly
Festivals
Free
Music
Sport
Workshops, Talks & Lectures

Open Cambridge

Discover Cambridge inventions past and present alongside some unmissable tours this September as Open Cambridge welcomes the public once again.

  • 09/09/2022 - 18/09/2022
Chariots of Fire 2022
Family Friendly
Sport

Chariots of Fire 2022

Chariots of Fire is one of Cambridgeshire’s largest annual charity events. Teams of six each run a 1.7 miles course in relay format.

  • 18/09/2022 - 18/09/2022
Hormones, Health & Human Potential
Sport

Hormones, Health & Human Potential

Dr Nicky Keay + guests discuss optimising health to attain full potential by harnessing your hormones through exercise, nutrition & sleep.

  • 06/11/2022 - 06/11/2022
Host a World Cup Watch Party at Graduate Cambridge
Food & Drink
Sport

Host a World Cup Watch Party at Graduate Cambridge

Host your very own World Cup Watch Party for up to 10 people in Graduate Cambridge’s stunning Penthouse Suite, from 20th November to 18th December.

  • 20/11/2022 - 18/12/2022
Warren Miller Daymaker Tour – Cambridge Arts Picturehouse
Sport

Warren Miller Daymaker Tour – Cambridge Arts Picturehouse

This autumn, join us for the annual celebration of winter with Warren Miller's 73rd annual ski and snowboard film, Daymaker.

  • 02/12/2022 - 06/12/2022
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Did you know?

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).