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The talented musician will be at All Saints’ Church at 4pm this Sunday (November 24).
Some 16,000-17,000 flocked to Ely Cathedral last week for its annual Christmas Gift & Food Fair.
'Dark Side of the Mandolin' will be on at St Andrew’s Street Baptist Church on Saturday, December 7.
Bill’s Restaurant & Bar - the Cambridge branch of which is on Green Street in the city centre - have launched their Christmas menus.
The North Pole – ‘Cambridge’s very own winter wonderland’ – opened last weekend.
Thousands of people filled market square on Sunday (November 17) at the city’s Christmas lights big switch-on event.
One of Britain's most celebrated actors is appearing at the Cambridge Arts Theatre, alongside an outstanding cast, until Saturday (November 23).
The Flying Pig in Cambridge will stay in its current building, developers have revealed.
This powerful play, based on Alice Sebold’s best-selling novel, is on until Saturday at the Cambridge Arts Theatre.
This original stage show is the culmination of a six-week project run by Cambridge City Council and Cambridge Junction.
Oedipus and Colonus by Sophocles is this year’s Greek play at the Arts Theatre, performed in Greek by Cambridge University students.
The award-winning comedian will be at West Road Concert Hall tomorrow night (Wednesday, November 13).
The award nominated musical-activist-comedians - regularly featured on BBC Radio 4’s The Now Show - are currently on a UK tour.
Legendary Brummie comic Jasper Carrott will be bringing his new show, Stand Up & Rock, to Cambridge on Friday, September 13
Campaigners are inviting everyone to celebrate the market's cobbles being protected by Historic England
An awards evening for a new art competition for the city took place last weekend.
Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) graduate Kristin Roskifte has won the Nordic Council Children and Young People’s Literature Prize.
An exhibition of the work of Barbara Hepworth (1903-1975) opens today (Friday, November 15) at The Heong Gallery, Downing College.
The Cambridge tree artist is to hold a two-week exhibition of her work at the Saffron Walden Gallery.
The threat from the 'infinite scroll' of social media is stopping us curling up with a good book
John Harvey, who previously taught at Cambridge and is the author of five novels, is releasing his latest work, Pax, next week.
Rare images of puppets from the never-seen Spitting Image pilot show have been discovered by an archivist at Cambridge University Library
Here are our tips on how to entertain the kids over the holidays when another hour on the Playstation is threatening to melt their brains
The Fitzwilliam's new director Luke Syson on his exciting new plans for the museum
City ambassadors are funded by Cambridge BID and delivered by Visit Cambridge
The programme starts this Sunday (November 10) at 9pm on More4.
The TV personality will be coming to The Grafton Centre this Friday (November 1) to open ItsSo Travel’s new shop.