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Comedians set to appear over the three-day event include Marcus Brigstocke, Zoe Lyons, and Emmanuel Sonubi.
Big Deal Comedy and Commoners’ Comedy are to put on live stand-up comedy performances across seven different venues.
The independent business, which launched in 2017, was listed as one of the top artisan bakeries in the UK.
The third episode of the Tom Hanks/Steven Spielberg-produced series is available to watch today (Friday, 2 February) on Apple TV+.
The show features a cast of West End performers and includes hits by the likes of the Bee Gees, Village People, The Jacksons, ABBA and many more.
Strictly Come Dancing star Johannes Radebe presented the Queen with tap dancing shoes at the event.
The comic and former resident of the Tower of London kicked off his UK tour in Cambridge on Thursday, 1 February.
Sarah and Andy Smith, and their son Harry cut the ribbon after raising more than £30,000
Titled Love & Cuss, the new song has been described as “a high-energy rock song with punk attitude”.
The shop is open seven days a week and includes a veterinary practice, previously located on Barnwell Road, and a grooming salon.
The ‘spine-chilling ghost story, turned psychological thriller’ also stars Tom Chambers, winner of the sixth series of Strictly Come Dancing.
The additions to the 13.1 mile-long course mean runners will pass the Bridge of Sighs and the Wren Library.
The event is being organised by Boutros Bear, a company that delivers transformative care, recovery and rehabilitation programmes.
The widely-respected DJ, record shop owner and ‘soul agent’ passed away in December.
The Canadian comedian brought his Natural Born Killer tour to the venue on Thursday, 25 January.
The actress, comedian and star of Channel 4’s Smack the Pony is bringing her new stand-up show to Cambridge.
The classic Somerset Maugham play from 1921 stars Jane Asher, Clive Francis and Nicholas Le Prevost
The menu, which includes two courses for £19.17, is to celebrate the year of the original restaurant’s launch.
The artist previously fronted two of the city’s best-known indie rock outfits, Standing Like Statues and Dear Monday.