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The secret history of a creepy asylum converted into luxury flats lies at the heart of Erin Kelly's new book
Advice from Paul Fellows, of Cambridge Astronomical Association - and details of a virtual star party.
A Cambridge photographer took portraits of local key workers to capture their emotions during lockdown
Paige Toon’s research for her stories usually sees her jetting off around the world - but her new novel saw her drinking Prosecco in Grantchester
Look out for Tenet - and an anniversary showing of The Empire Strikes Back.
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The government scheme offers up to 50% off food and non-alcoholic drinks, up to £10 per person.
New outdoor fare - and Enchanted Cinema - light up hospitality on Parker’s Piece
With bands struggling for cash after all live gigs were cancelled, one local record label is helping fans support artists and enjoy new music
Event to be staged online from July 30
There are fears for the festival's future without significant fundraising after Covid19 forced this year's performances to be cancelled
Strictly Come Dancing's Karen Hauer and Gorka Marquez are set to resume their tour of the Latin dance spectacular, Firedance
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
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.
Open Cambridge is offering an online event this year and is asking for amateur videos and podcasts about the city
Discover how to get tickets for Cambridge's new drive-in cinema and a series of drive-in concerts announced this week
Illustrator Abi Stevens hope her pin badges Kickstarter project will help invisible illnesses become recognised
Cambridge Open Windows – an art trail around the city and nearby villages – will take place every weekend in July. Our map shows where to find them.
Growing up in the Nevada desert where no building was more than a few decades old, local writer Tiffani Angus developed a hankering for the historic.
A diving lesson that was meant to be a research trip turned into a terrifying experience for the Cambridge author whose new novel is out next week
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
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
Want to bring the cinema to your home or garden? We put an intriguing new projector to the test.
And a new guidebook has been produced to help visitors