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Benefit albums and virtual gigs help boost popular Cambridge pub
We asked you to vote for your favourite films released since 2000 - and here we begin the countdown from 100 to 51.
With lockdown preventing visits to artists' homes, Cambridge Open Studios is offering an artist treasure hunt on your daily walk
From the location of a cursed chair to the most vandalised painting in the world, Claire Cock-Starkey has collected the most fascinating museum facts
The miniature gateway in the shape of an ancient, leather-bound book is said to lead to the lair of the Knight Rider
Package of support comes amid growing #nopubnorent campaign.
We’re asking for your choices for the best films released since 2000 - here are our columnist’s choices.
The Cambridge North Folk Song Project aims to create a community song book for the CB4 postal area.
The Welsh singer will now perform at the racecourse next year instead
New Cambridge theatre programme offers a whole herd of of hilariously mixed messages and thought-provoking spectacles
Live recordings of Frankenstein with Benedict Cumberbatch and Antony and Cleopatra with Ralph Fiennes are going to be streamed on YouTube
Never mind the front row, you can catch these shows from your front room as theatres make their productions available online.
This heart-warming story of two drag queens and a transsexual who take a road trip across Australia is on until tomorrow (Saturday, February 15).
A regular fixture on our TV screens, Tiff Stevenson is back on tour and out to show that stepmothers are not cartoonish villans.
Back for his third UK stand-up tour, Grimsby’s favourite football-loving comedian and choirboy discusses his two passions.
Follow our top tips to make the most of their big day while we’re social distancing
Special services, a new play written by Cambridgeshire students and the national VE Day events planned for Friday (May 8)
Psalter goes online to reach new audience In the University of Cambridge digital library
Contributions sought from others with sight impariment by Impington-based DJ
Alex Spencer talks to Cambridge author Bex Hogan about Venom, the second book in The Isles of Storm and Sorrow series, and her teen pirate heroine
The ‘lite’ version of the spring festival will be available online from Friday April 17 to Sunday April 19.
After weeks in lockdown everyone is a bit jaded with the morning Zoom call from work – but what if you could invite an aardvark to the meeting?
This year the festival's theme is Vision, covering new technology, the environment and advances in healthcare - plus a few impressive explosions
Museum Remix display at the Museum of Classical Archaeology will uncover the hidden LGBTQ+ stories from classical history
Life in lockdown can be a chance to discover some new things – and podcasts should be towards the top of your list.