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Author Andrew Kersham, reveals some of the strange stories behind the city's most unusual landmarks in his new book, Walking Cambridge
If working from the pub has always been a secret dream, now you have the prefect excuse with the new trend for pub desks with free wifi.
Ahead of her conversation with Helen Lederer at the Cambridge Literary Festival, the author of Reasons to be Cheerful talks to Alex Spencer
New shows at the ADC include a New York-based musical and, below, a comedy about stealing the crown jewels
‘Kiss Goodbye’ by Jennifer Chapman ‘reflects life as it is’
A hundred birthday cards that were sent to Captain Sir Thomas Moore to mark his 100th birthday have gone on display at IWM Duxford.
The average household in South Cambridgeshire throws away around two kilograms of food waste each week - and that could be avoided.
Ali Hirsz received a donation from her favourite band to help pay for corrective surgery.
Campaigners hoping to save the Flying Pig pub when the plot it stands on is redeveloped have called for people to respond to the new plans.
New outdoor fare - and Enchanted Cinema - light up hospitality on Parker’s Piece
A Cambridge theatre company collaboration with university experts is taking on the taboo subject of dying with three new audio plays.
IWM Duxford will host Horrible Christmas this December as part of a national tour
New concept arrives in the city
After months of watching Netflix and Disney+, live entertainment is back in Cambridge with a socially distanced season from the ADC Theatre
New Cambridge theatre programme offers a whole herd of of hilariously mixed messages and thought-provoking spectacles
With trick or treating looking a bit unwise, we've come up with some seriously spooky ideas to party with your little monsters at home.
There are plenty of things to do with the kids this half term - here is our pick of the highlights.
Artist Debbie Baxter is running an art competition for six to 15-year-olds to celebrate the Year of the Tree 2020.
The work of self-taught British artist and mariner Alfred Wallis entranced Jim Ede, creator of Kettle's Yard. Now his collection is going on display.
Fragile documents from Isaac Newton's notebooks to an ancient handwritten bible and Shakespeare's First Folio are now on Google Arts and Culture.
Author Matt Haig is coming to the Winter Cambridge Literary Festival to talk about his most personal novel yet, The Midnight Library.
Many of the University of Cambridge’s museums are welcoming visitors back through their doors with new Covid-19 safety measures in place.
Buried within scrolls that record court cases of the 17th century is a story of a missing child, remains found in a pot and parents under suspicion.
The hour-long programme will reveal why we should appreciate, not fear, these intelligent flying mammals.
A total of 663 Cineworld, Regal and Picturehouse cinemas are to be closed temporarily.
The Cambridge hospitals will be featured throughout October.