The exhibition is showcasing more than 40 bridal gowns, highlighting the history and allure of the wedding dress.
It comes less than a year after the business was set up by a University of Cambridge graduate.
The artist won the inaugural Cambridge Independent Award at last year’s Cambridge Invitational Art Contest.
The business, the brainchild of Cambridge graduate Rafmary Millan Reyes Baker, was set up in April 2023.
The site has its very own ‘Anglesey Abbey’ snowdrop, but also a number of others with weird and wonderful names.
There will be three showings at the site tonight (Wednesday, 21 February).
The rock quartet are to release their new album on 29 March and then embark on a UK and Irish tour later in the year.
A regular on our TV screens, the comic brought his latest stand-up show, Completely, to the city on Friday, 16 February.
With the art trail due to begin next month, the Cambridge Independent reveals the giraffe sculpture we are sponsoring.
The stand-up comedian, actress, writer and podcast host is bringing her new show Mettle to Cambridge.
The Edinburgh Comedy Award-nominated comedian is bringing his Excellent Comedy Show to Cambridge later this month.
The Dutch alt-indie trio’s new album, Bobbie, sees them move away from indie rock and more into the realms of catchy synth pop.
“I’ve had a really good month,” admits the Cherry Hinton-based performer.
The concert at The Maltings will be a celebration of the great musician’s partnership with lyricist Hal David.
Housed on the first floor of the centre, the new cinema complex will be accessible from the main shopping mall.
The “weekly chat show for geeks, artists and terrible people” is co-hosted by Cambridge musician Liam Taylor.
Visitors will get to experience a kaleidoscope of huge, colourful light projections depicting more than 1,000 years of the British monarchy.
Nick Patel even received a letter from Cambridge MP Daniel Zeichner thanking him for his tireless efforts during the pandemic.
Written by Torben Betts, this “spine-chilling ghost story, turned psychological thriller” stars Susie Blake and Tom Chambers.
Fen Ditton Gallery is displaying the artworks of six recent graduates from The Royal Drawing School.