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
Take yourself and your family or friends on a storytelling adventure by the Sun on Sunday 14 or 21 August.
HERO'S PLAY -- a new one-person tour de force presenting a new side to the age of Jane Austen
Fusing elements of British Sci-fi and beyond, The Asteroid and Tentacle is an improvised comedy set in an intergalactic local.
From Florence, Lorenzo Bastida recites Dante’s ‘La divina commedia’, interspersed with lectures, and new music composed by Stephane Crayton. Lectures in English, recitation of Dante in original language. Music written for two violins—one baroque, one modern…
The 7th Cambridge Jazz Festival takes place from 10 – 27 November 2022, making a much-welcomed return to a live, in-person festival programme that showcases local and global talent alongside a celebration of jazz icons. As ever, there is a hugely eclectic range of musical styles, including early and modern jazz, Latin, soul, funk, blues, and rock. Alongside a series of talks, workshops, jams and live painting.
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+
Earwig combines the weird, wonderful world of entomology with Marigold’s fight to be heard amidst flappers, jazz and an overbearing husband.
Storytelling live and online. Caribbean Heat - performed by Wendy Shearer, professional storyteller from London. For adults and over-12s.
HARSTON VILLAGE HALL Thur 1st, 2nd & Sat 3rd Dec Starts 7:30pm (doors open 7pm) Tickets £8, £6 (no concession on Sat) Call Liz on 01223 871 969 or book online https://harstondrama.co.uk BRING FRIENDS and NEIGHBOURS
A Traditional tale teased, detangled and restyled into an enchanting show, combining exquisite puppetry & storytelling.
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.