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Still time to register for Chariots of Fire, the longest-running event of its kind in Cambridge

Still time to register for Chariots of Fire, the longest-running event of its kind in Cambridge

Still time to register for Chariots of Fire, the longest-running event of its kind in Cambridge

03 September 2021

The event is just under two weeks away, but anyone wishing to take part has until Wednesday, September 15 to register.


One week to go until the 2021 Cambridge Club Festival

One week to go until the 2021 Cambridge Club Festival

One week to go until the 2021 Cambridge Club Festival

02 September 2021

This year’s edition of the popular event runs from Friday, September 10 to Sunday, September 12.


Interview with singer-songwriter King Charles, who is undertaking 40 marathons and 40 gigs in 40 days

Interview with singer-songwriter King Charles, who is undertaking 40 marathons and 40 gigs in 40 days

Interview with singer-songwriter King Charles, who is undertaking 40 marathons and 40 gigs in 40 days

02 September 2021

The Portland Arms will play host to the artist in November. Before then, he is carrying out the challenge to support the Regenerate charity.


Winter Lights at Anglesey Abbey 2021 dates are announced

Winter Lights at Anglesey Abbey 2021 dates are announced

Winter Lights at Anglesey Abbey 2021 dates are announced

01 September 2021

The popular Winter Lights event offers a magical night time stroll through the gardens of Anglesey Abbey.


New book helps children learn about Cambridge while helping them to read

New book helps children learn about Cambridge while helping them to read

New book helps children learn about Cambridge while helping them to read

01 September 2021

Cambridge Punting, by primary school teacher Pip Barber, is a beautifully illustrated picture book about punting, and its history in the city.


Jesus Green Lido in Cambridge set to open in winter

Jesus Green Lido in Cambridge set to open in winter

Jesus Green Lido in Cambridge set to open in winter

31 August 2021

Cambridge’s famous outdoor pool will stay open following a consultation that showed overwhelming support for autumn and winter swimming.


Award-winning children’s author Julia Donaldson talks Zog as it heads to Cambridge

Award-winning children’s author Julia Donaldson talks Zog as it heads to Cambridge

Award-winning children’s author Julia Donaldson talks Zog as it heads to Cambridge

27 August 2021

Ahead of the show landing at the Corn Exchange, Julia Donaldson discusses how she develops her ideas.


Canadian singer-songwriter Martha Wainwright coming soon to Cambridge

Canadian singer-songwriter Martha Wainwright coming soon to Cambridge

Canadian singer-songwriter Martha Wainwright coming soon to Cambridge

27 August 2021

The successful folk/pop musician has just released a new studio album and will play the Junction in September.


National Hospitality Day to celebrate pubs, restaurants and hotels

National Hospitality Day to celebrate pubs, restaurants and hotels

National Hospitality Day to celebrate pubs, restaurants and hotels

26 August 2021

Plans are under way for the one-day celebration of all that is great about UK hospitality.


Historical detective novel by Cambridge lecturer explores the murky world of Victorian showmen

Historical detective novel by Cambridge lecturer explores the murky world of Victorian showmen

Historical detective novel by Cambridge lecturer explores the murky world of Victorian showmen

26 August 2021

An astonishing tale discovered in a Victorian newspaper cutting was the inspiration for a new novel by Anglia Ruskin University’s Dr Mick Finlay.


New book explores the life of ‘greatest’ physicist and former Cambridge resident Lise Meitner

New book explores the life of ‘greatest’ physicist and former Cambridge resident Lise Meitner

New book explores the life of ‘greatest’ physicist and former Cambridge resident Lise Meitner

26 August 2021

Until now, the life of Lise Meitner has been largely unknown but without her, history could have been very different.

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‘Simple and honest’ fare promised at new Cambridge restaurant Garden House

‘Simple and honest’ fare promised at new Cambridge restaurant Garden House

‘Simple and honest’ fare promised at new Cambridge restaurant Garden House

25 August 2021

Opening on September 10, the restaurant – in Granta Place, Mill Lane – is now taking bookings.


Peter Pan origin play on now at Town and Gown Pub & Theatre, Cambridge

Peter Pan origin play on now at Town and Gown Pub & Theatre, Cambridge

Peter Pan origin play on now at Town and Gown Pub & Theatre, Cambridge

20 August 2021

Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens is on at the Town and Gown Pub Theatre in Cambridge this week, until Sunday, at 3pm.


12 pictures of new T-rex at Kingsway Golf Centre near Melbourn

12 pictures of new T-rex at Kingsway Golf Centre near Melbourn

12 pictures of new T-rex at Kingsway Golf Centre near Melbourn

20 August 2021

The 30-foot dinosaur, along with a pterosaur, were delayed in the Suez Canal on their way over from China.


Lloyd Griffith interview: ‘The show is about me trying to sing the National Anthem before an England game at Wembley...’

Lloyd Griffith interview: ‘The show is about me trying to sing the National Anthem before an England game at Wembley...’

Lloyd Griffith interview: ‘The show is about me trying to sing the National Anthem before an England game at Wembley...’

20 August 2021

The comedian, presenter, actor, professional singer and football fan is scheduled to perform at The Junction next month.


Iconic Heart Bus to bring mobile wellbeing to Emmaus Cambridge

Iconic Heart Bus to bring mobile wellbeing to Emmaus Cambridge

Iconic Heart Bus to bring mobile wellbeing to Emmaus Cambridge

20 August 2021

Experience the benefits of mindfulness and listening spaces, and discover the ‘technology of heart intelligence’, free on August 26


Winners of The Cambridge Invitational Art Contest revealed

Winners of The Cambridge Invitational Art Contest revealed

Winners of The Cambridge Invitational Art Contest revealed

19 August 2021

The selected works are now on display at Castle Fine Art in the Grand Arcade until 5pm this Sunday (August 22).


Cambridge band Planet Fatale to release debut album next month

Cambridge band Planet Fatale to release debut album next month

Cambridge band Planet Fatale to release debut album next month

19 August 2021

Founded in Cambridge in early 2019, the quintet has put out two singles and a live EP. Its new album will be released on September 17.


John Jenkins to perform at Cambridge’s Unitarian Church

John Jenkins to perform at Cambridge’s Unitarian Church

John Jenkins to perform at Cambridge’s Unitarian Church

18 August 2021

The ex-Persuaders and Come in Tokio man is now a renowned singer-songwriter on the UK folk, country and Americana scene.


Terry Deary, creator of Horrible Histories, speaks ahead of Barmy Britain show at Cambridge Arts Theatre

Terry Deary, creator of Horrible Histories, speaks ahead of Barmy Britain show at Cambridge Arts Theatre

Terry Deary, creator of Horrible Histories, speaks ahead of Barmy Britain show at Cambridge Arts Theatre

17 August 2021

Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain will be coming to Cambridge next week, starting its run on Tuesday, August 24.


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