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Review: The Circle at the Cambridge Arts Theatre

Review: The Circle at the Cambridge Arts Theatre

Review: The Circle at the Cambridge Arts Theatre

25 January 2024

The classic Somerset Maugham play from 1921 stars Jane Asher, Clive Francis and Nicholas Le Prevost


Review: The Ivy in Cambridge is offering a limited edition ‘1917 set menu’

Review: The Ivy in Cambridge is offering a limited edition ‘1917 set menu’

Review: The Ivy in Cambridge is offering a limited edition ‘1917 set menu’

25 January 2024

The menu, which includes two courses for £19.17, is to celebrate the year of the original restaurant’s launch.


A homecoming of sorts: Antony Gormley’s sculpture of Alan Turing unveiled at King’s College

A homecoming of sorts: Antony Gormley’s sculpture of Alan Turing unveiled at King’s College

A homecoming of sorts: Antony Gormley’s sculpture of Alan Turing unveiled at King’s College

25 January 2024

‘3.5 tonne house of cards’ now in college grounds.


Cambridge singer Jamie Wiltshire: ‘I’m starting from zero again’

Cambridge singer Jamie Wiltshire: ‘I’m starting from zero again’

Cambridge singer Jamie Wiltshire: ‘I’m starting from zero again’

25 January 2024

The artist previously fronted two of the city’s best-known indie rock outfits, Standing Like Statues and Dear Monday.


Ukraine’s Nobel Peace Prize winner to speak on ‘normalisation of evil’ at Cambridge Union

Ukraine’s Nobel Peace Prize winner to speak on ‘normalisation of evil’ at Cambridge Union

Ukraine’s Nobel Peace Prize winner to speak on ‘normalisation of evil’ at Cambridge Union

24 January 2024

Oleksandra Matviichuk to talk on ‘how to defend humanity and human rights in the 21st century’.


Dutch garage band Real Farmer coming soon to Cambridge as part of ‘Triple Dutch Tour’

Dutch garage band Real Farmer coming soon to Cambridge as part of ‘Triple Dutch Tour’

Dutch garage band Real Farmer coming soon to Cambridge as part of ‘Triple Dutch Tour’

24 January 2024

The group will share the stage with fellow Dutch up-and-comers Personal Trainer, and The Klittens.


In pictures: Cambourne Electronics & Robotics Club (CERC) powers to victory in Lego League

In pictures: Cambourne Electronics & Robotics Club (CERC) powers to victory in Lego League

In pictures: Cambourne Electronics & Robotics Club (CERC) powers to victory in Lego League

20 January 2024

More than 135 of the region’s biggest Lego lovers took part in this year’s IET First Lego League Challenge Cambridge tournament.


Jane Asher: ‘If it’s wonderfully written then it will stand the test of time’

Jane Asher: ‘If it’s wonderfully written then it will stand the test of time’

Jane Asher: ‘If it’s wonderfully written then it will stand the test of time’

19 January 2024

The actress will soon be in Cambridge, taking on the lead role in the latest adaptation of The Circle, Somerset Maugham’s comedy of manners.


Could this be the best movie we’ll see in 2024?

Could this be the best movie we’ll see in 2024?

Could this be the best movie we’ll see in 2024?

19 January 2024

Mark Walsh, in a feature sponsored by Cambridge Arts Picturehouse, looks at some stellar film releases.


Bidders at auction go ‘crazy’ for Friends scripts rescued from the bin

Bidders at auction go ‘crazy’ for Friends scripts rescued from the bin

Bidders at auction go ‘crazy’ for Friends scripts rescued from the bin

18 January 2024

Royston-based saleroom Hanson Ross was shocked by the “phenomenal global interest” in the scripts for The One With Ross’s Wedding Part I and Part II.


New book James I’s Tumultuous First Year as King: Plague, Conspiracy and Catholicism looks at the year 1603

New book James I’s Tumultuous First Year as King: Plague, Conspiracy and Catholicism looks at the year 1603

New book James I’s Tumultuous First Year as King: Plague, Conspiracy and Catholicism looks at the year 1603

18 January 2024

Author Ben Norman grew up in South Cambridgeshire in a 700-year-old farmhouse that was supposedly visited by Oliver Cromwell in the 17th century.


Shutter Hub’s Open exhibition in Cambridge features work of more than 130 photographers

Shutter Hub’s Open exhibition in Cambridge features work of more than 130 photographers

Shutter Hub’s Open exhibition in Cambridge features work of more than 130 photographers

18 January 2024

The exhibition ends on February 2.


Revealed: When the Cambridge Standing Tall giraffe sculpture trail will run – plus how to volunteer

Revealed: When the Cambridge Standing Tall giraffe sculpture trail will run – plus how to volunteer

Revealed: When the Cambridge Standing Tall giraffe sculpture trail will run – plus how to volunteer

17 January 2024

A herd of about 100 giraffes will take to the city.


Visiting Chernobyl and driving over a car with a tank – a Q&A with comedian Ian Smith

Visiting Chernobyl and driving over a car with a tank – a Q&A with comedian Ian Smith

Visiting Chernobyl and driving over a car with a tank – a Q&A with comedian Ian Smith

15 January 2024

The comic is bringing his Edinburgh Comedy Award-nominated show, Crushing, to Cambridge next month.

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In pictures: David Mitchell films new crime comedy drama Ludwig in Cambridge

In pictures: David Mitchell films new crime comedy drama Ludwig in Cambridge

In pictures: David Mitchell films new crime comedy drama Ludwig in Cambridge

13 January 2024

The TV crew filmed around St John’s College and Millpond for the BBC series.

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Where to see the stunning Crown and Coronation light and sound show

Where to see the stunning Crown and Coronation light and sound show

Where to see the stunning Crown and Coronation light and sound show

13 January 2024

It’s heading here after launching at the Tower of London last year.

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Cambridge film director Matthew Hill seeks backing for latest project

Cambridge film director Matthew Hill seeks backing for latest project

Cambridge film director Matthew Hill seeks backing for latest project

12 January 2024

Shot in familiar locations around Cambridge, Feral is a psychological thriller.


Friends TV scripts – found in a bin decades ago – set to be auctioned in Royston

Friends TV scripts – found in a bin decades ago – set to be auctioned in Royston

Friends TV scripts – found in a bin decades ago – set to be auctioned in Royston

11 January 2024

Royston-based auction house Hanson Ross is set to do the honours.

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Bad haircut inspires Ania Magliano’s new comedy show

Bad haircut inspires Ania Magliano’s new comedy show

Bad haircut inspires Ania Magliano’s new comedy show

11 January 2024

Titled I Can’t Believe You’ve Done This, the show tells the dramatic and life-changing story of the worst haircut the Cambridge graduate has ever had.


Grand Arcade earns industry award and reports footfall rise

Grand Arcade earns industry award and reports footfall rise

Grand Arcade earns industry award and reports footfall rise

11 January 2024

The centre has also reported a strong Christmas season, with growing consumer footfall bolstered by its popular seasonal event programme.


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