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Cambridge’s Chariots of Fire event introduces new super vets category

Cambridge’s Chariots of Fire event introduces new super vets category

Cambridge’s Chariots of Fire event introduces new super vets category

25 May 2021

The ‘super vets’ category brings the total number of categories for the race to eight.


London Eye-style ferris wheel opens on Parker’s Piece in Cambridge

London Eye-style ferris wheel opens on Parker’s Piece in Cambridge

London Eye-style ferris wheel opens on Parker’s Piece in Cambridge

23 May 2021

It stands 36 metres tall.

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Walking tour: discover the secrets of Cambridge's spies

Walking tour: discover the secrets of Cambridge's spies

Walking tour: discover the secrets of Cambridge's spies

21 May 2021

From Christopher Marlowe to the famous KGB spooks, Cambridge has been a hotbed of international espionage for centuries reveal the Blue Badge Guides

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Enjoy a movie outdoors in Cambridgeshire this summer with The Star & Mouse Picture Show

Enjoy a movie outdoors in Cambridgeshire this summer with The Star & Mouse Picture Show

Enjoy a movie outdoors in Cambridgeshire this summer with The Star & Mouse Picture Show

19 May 2021

The company will be showing films on big screens in picturesque outdoor settings in the region, starting this month.


Hifields Festival lineup to include Scouting for Girls, Skream, Wilkinson, and Prospa

Hifields Festival lineup to include Scouting for Girls, Skream, Wilkinson, and Prospa

Hifields Festival lineup to include Scouting for Girls, Skream, Wilkinson, and Prospa

17 May 2021

Chippenham Park in Cambridgeshire is set to host the event for the very first time on Saturday, July 3 and Sunday, July 4.


Jess Glynne joins Newmarket Nights lineup

Jess Glynne joins Newmarket Nights lineup

Jess Glynne joins Newmarket Nights lineup

17 May 2021

The pop superstar will be performing at the July Course on Friday, August 6.


The Cambridge Union discusses whether we are witnessing a fascist resurgence

The Cambridge Union discusses whether we are witnessing a fascist resurgence

The Cambridge Union discusses whether we are witnessing a fascist resurgence

30 April 2021

The motion: This House Believes That We are Witnessing a Global Fascist Resurgence was debated on Thursday, April 29.

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Return of the Cambridge Comedy Festival

Return of the Cambridge Comedy Festival

Return of the Cambridge Comedy Festival

29 April 2021

The UK’s first ever all-comedy three-day festival is to take place in Abbots Ripton, near Huntingdon in July.


The Cambridge Union releases its Easter term card

The Cambridge Union releases its Easter term card

The Cambridge Union releases its Easter term card

21 April 2021

The world's oldest debating society has revealed an impressive and varied line-up.


Cambridgeshire’s Strawberries & Creem Festival announces Burna Boy as new 2021 headliner

Cambridgeshire’s Strawberries & Creem Festival announces Burna Boy as new 2021 headliner

Cambridgeshire’s Strawberries & Creem Festival announces Burna Boy as new 2021 headliner

15 April 2021

The Nigerian singer will join the likes of PartyNextDoor at this year's event, which takes place on Saturday, September 18 and Sunday, September 19.


Academy of Ancient Music: In Stil Moderno

Academy of Ancient Music: In Stil Moderno

Academy of Ancient Music: In Stil Moderno

15 April 2021

Music by Castello, Strozzi & Monteverdi. West Road Concert Hall, Cambridge, April 14, 2021.


Stage is set for Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards

Stage is set for Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards

Stage is set for Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards

09 April 2021

A limited number of tickets are now on sale.


What not to say to friends facing infertility

What not to say to friends facing infertility

What not to say to friends facing infertility

01 April 2021

The Full Stop podcast was set up by friends who are involuntarily childless and wanted to offer support to those facing the same experiences.

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Why obesity makes Covid-19 more dangerous - and what you can do to survive

Why obesity makes Covid-19 more dangerous - and what you can do to survive

Why obesity makes Covid-19 more dangerous - and what you can do to survive

30 March 2021

Obesity makes Covid-19 symptoms dramatically worse but small weight losses and a new anti-obesity drug could help.


JezO is bound in a shed as Mini hurtles towards it for latest stunt

JezO is bound in a shed as Mini hurtles towards it for latest stunt

JezO is bound in a shed as Mini hurtles towards it for latest stunt

28 March 2021

The daredevil entertainer has followed up last year’s exploding car stunt.


Sir David Spiegelhalter: How we’re manipulated by numbers in the news

Sir David Spiegelhalter: How we’re manipulated by numbers in the news

Sir David Spiegelhalter: How we’re manipulated by numbers in the news

26 March 2021

He will be in conversation with journalist Tim Harford at the Cambridge Festival.

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Pete Tong and The Script to reschedule Newmarket Nights appearances

Pete Tong and The Script to reschedule Newmarket Nights appearances

Pete Tong and The Script to reschedule Newmarket Nights appearances

24 March 2021

Due to the timing of the UK government’s roadmap, both concerts have now been put back until 2022.


Bryan Ferry's show at this year's Newmarket Nights cancelled

Bryan Ferry's show at this year's Newmarket Nights cancelled

Bryan Ferry's show at this year's Newmarket Nights cancelled

19 March 2021

This comes following the cancellation of the former Roxy Music frontman's 2021 tour, amid ongoing uncertainty.


Gabrielle: ‘Why I nearly quit ITV's The Masked Singer’

Gabrielle: ‘Why I nearly quit ITV's The Masked Singer’

Gabrielle: ‘Why I nearly quit ITV's The Masked Singer’

15 March 2021

The popular show looks like a lot of fun, but that wasn’t entirely the case for the hugely successful singer-songwriter.


‘Hype’ around Shakespeare debated at the Cambridge Union

‘Hype’ around Shakespeare debated at the Cambridge Union

‘Hype’ around Shakespeare debated at the Cambridge Union

14 March 2021

The virtual debate was on the motion ‘This House believes the hype around Shakespeare is Much Ado about Nothing’


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