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Interview: country singer-songwriter Eric Paslay heading to Cambridge

Interview: country singer-songwriter Eric Paslay heading to Cambridge

Interview: country singer-songwriter Eric Paslay heading to Cambridge

Although he has enjoyed success as a performer in his own right, it is for songwriting that this American artist is best known.


Review: The Divine Comedy at the Cambridge Corn Exchange

Review: The Divine Comedy at the Cambridge Corn Exchange

Review: The Divine Comedy at the Cambridge Corn Exchange

Neil Hannon and his band came to Cambridge on Thursday, May 5, to perform a greatest hits set.


Six new species of tiny frog that live in forests of Mexico discovered by University of Cambridge researchers

Six new species of tiny frog that live in forests of Mexico discovered by University of Cambridge researchers

Six new species of tiny frog that live in forests of Mexico discovered by University of Cambridge researchers

They are smaller than a coin.

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‘It’s about grief and love – two sides of the same coin’: musical comedians Jonny & the Baptists discuss their new show

‘It’s about grief and love – two sides of the same coin’: musical comedians Jonny & the Baptists discuss their new show

‘It’s about grief and love – two sides of the same coin’: musical comedians Jonny & the Baptists discuss their new show

The pair are taking Dance Like It Never Happened - their seventh full-length show - around the UK.


Interview: Folk musician Siobhan Miller bringing two musical worlds to Cambridge

Interview: Folk musician Siobhan Miller bringing two musical worlds to Cambridge

Interview: Folk musician Siobhan Miller bringing two musical worlds to Cambridge

The acclaimed Scottish singer-songwriter is to embark on a solo tour throughout May.


Interview with The Divine Comedy: ‘I’m psychotically anti-shopping’

Interview with The Divine Comedy: ‘I’m psychotically anti-shopping’

Interview with The Divine Comedy: ‘I’m psychotically anti-shopping’

The Divine Comedy – aka Neil Hannon – are coming soon to perform in Cambridge.


Evidence of new causes of cancer uncovered as genomic data of 12,000 NHS patients is studied by Cambridge researchers

Evidence of new causes of cancer uncovered as genomic data of 12,000 NHS patients is studied by Cambridge researchers

Evidence of new causes of cancer uncovered as genomic data of 12,000 NHS patients is studied by Cambridge researchers

58 mutational signatures not seen before were uncovered in the largest study of its kind.


Interview with folk band Flook: ‘Cambridge is like one of the hallowed ground gigs’

Interview with folk band Flook: ‘Cambridge is like one of the hallowed ground gigs’

Interview with folk band Flook: ‘Cambridge is like one of the hallowed ground gigs’

Taking inspiration from their Irish and English roots, this quartet of virtuoso musicians have an enviable sound.


Anzac Remembrance Service at Cambridge City Cemetery is poignant reminder of war losses

Anzac Remembrance Service at Cambridge City Cemetery is poignant reminder of war losses

Anzac Remembrance Service at Cambridge City Cemetery is poignant reminder of war losses

Ceremony honours 250 Australian and 80 New Zealand WW2 servicemen laid to rest in CB5 site


Interview: Patrick Kielty heading to Cambridge with his new show, Borderline

Interview: Patrick Kielty heading to Cambridge with his new show, Borderline

Interview: Patrick Kielty heading to Cambridge with his new show, Borderline

The show finds him returning to his satirical roots with a personal take on borders and national identity.


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