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The full sculpture trail - for which the Cambridge Independent is media partner - officially launches on Monday, June 28.
Matthew Derbyshire’s work was commissioned by The Chesterton Partnership.
A whole street in Cambridge has clubbed together to buy their very own Dinky Door and it has finally been unveiled this morning (Tuesday, June 15).
The host of ‘Cambridge’s most fiendish pub quiz’ is working alongside a University of Cambridge mathematician on the new quiz show.
World’s first empathy artist puts ‘emotional connection’ at heart of community
The former leader of the opposition was interviewed by Union president, Joel Rosen, and also fielded questions from students on Thursday, June 10.
The pop superstar talked to the Cambridge Independent about his extraordinary career, his time in the Army and THAT song.
A music producer got in touch with this exciting, up-and-coming talent just 24 hours after she’d completed her first ever song.
The free concert is this Saturday (June 12) at 8pm.
The production was named in the Evening Standard’s eight ‘best dance shows to see in 2020’.
The theatre will be bringing live performance to the region once again after its longest period of closure since World War II.
The virtual debate was on the motion ‘This House believes the hype around Shakespeare is Much Ado about Nothing’
Following news that Cambridgeshire will move into Tier 4 on Boxing Day, the final performances will be today (Dec 24).
The UK’s first ever all-comedy three-day festival is to take place in Abbots Ripton, near Huntingdon in July.
Harry Hill and Jonathan Pie are joining forces with a severely disabled Cambridge man to host an online charity comedy night at Cambridge Junction
IWM Duxford will host Horrible Christmas this December as part of a national tour
In town as part of a UK tour, the circus will be on in Cambridge until Sunday (June 13).
The tickets are being given away for two performances this evening (Wednesday, June 9) at the circus on Midsummer Common.
The series of carefully planned concerts has been organised by Cambridge City Council.
Available now, Circle Walker was also written as a response to the Black Lives Matter movement.
New book ‘Cambridge Punting’ by Pip Barber is now on sale
Publisher go-ahead for local author’s trio of books set on royal Sandringham estate
Led by composer and artist Emily Peasgood, the project tells stories from the many communities in and around the area.
Two thousand arts organisations across the country are benefitting from round two of the government’s £1.57billion fund.
Dr Rowan Williams among signatories in appeal over fossil fuel sponsorship
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.
She also helped organise an upcoming event at the college entitled ‘The She-cession: Why we need women at the helm of the post pandemic recovery’.
He will present a film about cranes.
The aviation expert, who often flies at Duxford, taught Guy combat manoeuvres in a matter of weeks.
Agro-ecology farm opens doors to visitors for tours and workshops