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Ex-cop-turned-comedian Alfie Moore: ‘I don’t know how I’d cope on the streets with a smartphone in my face now’

Ex-cop-turned-comedian Alfie Moore: ‘I don’t know how I’d cope on the streets with a smartphone in my face now’

Ex-cop-turned-comedian Alfie Moore: ‘I don’t know how I’d cope on the streets with a smartphone in my face now’

The former detective sergeant is bringing his latest show, Fair Cop Unleashed, to Cambridge next month.


Get your skates on, Cambridge, and be wowed by Lou Sanders

Get your skates on, Cambridge, and be wowed by Lou Sanders

Get your skates on, Cambridge, and be wowed by Lou Sanders

The comedian, who is coming soon to the Junction, tells us all about her new show, One Word: Wow.


Isy Suttie interview: ‘I was a teen ouija board queen’

Isy Suttie interview: ‘I was a teen ouija board queen’

Isy Suttie interview: ‘I was a teen ouija board queen’

The comedian reveals her spooky interests while growing up, and reflects on becoming a mum and planning a wedding ahead of her Cambridge gig.


Review of Bobby Mair at the Cambridge Junction

Review of Bobby Mair at the Cambridge Junction

Review of Bobby Mair at the Cambridge Junction

The Canadian comic brought his fifth stand-up show, Cockroach, to the city on Saturday, April 9.


Gill Sims, author of Why Mummy Drinks, to bring her Tits, Gits and Little Sh*ts tour to Cambridge

Gill Sims, author of Why Mummy Drinks, to bring her Tits, Gits and Little Sh*ts tour to Cambridge

Gill Sims, author of Why Mummy Drinks, to bring her Tits, Gits and Little Sh*ts tour to Cambridge

The writer will be in conversation with Jo Middleton, author of Playgroups and Prosecco: The (mis)adventures of a Single Mum.


Tom Ward: ‘The best way to find out if something’s good is to do it on stage’

Tom Ward: ‘The best way to find out if something’s good is to do it on stage’

Tom Ward: ‘The best way to find out if something’s good is to do it on stage’

The ‘most famous fringe in comedy’ will be at the Junction next month as part of Cambridge’s inaugural Sound + Vision festival.


Comedian Bobby Mair: ‘The show’s called Cockroach, but it’s not harrowing....’

Comedian Bobby Mair: ‘The show’s called Cockroach, but it’s not harrowing....’

Comedian Bobby Mair: ‘The show’s called Cockroach, but it’s not harrowing....’

The third cousin of pop superstar Justin Bieber is bringing his new show, Cockroach, to the Cambridge Junction in April.


Review: Henning Wehn brings his It'll All Come Out in the Wash tour to Cambridge

Review: Henning Wehn brings his It'll All Come Out in the Wash tour to Cambridge

Review: Henning Wehn brings his It'll All Come Out in the Wash tour to Cambridge

The German comedy ambassador performed at the Corn Exchange on Saturday, March 26.


Interview: Comedian Mike Gunn to appear at Jesterlarf Comedy Club

Interview: Comedian Mike Gunn to appear at Jesterlarf Comedy Club

Interview: Comedian Mike Gunn to appear at Jesterlarf Comedy Club

On the bill with Mike at the Cambridge Junction on April 1 will be fellow stand-up Rich Wilson.


Kiri Pritchard-McLean: Why homesickness drew me back to Wales

Kiri Pritchard-McLean: Why homesickness drew me back to Wales

Kiri Pritchard-McLean: Why homesickness drew me back to Wales

Over lockdown, the comedian finally moved back and her latest live show, Home Truths, which is coming to Cambridge, explores what it has been like.


Catherine Bohart interview: ‘Eating is my only hobby...’

Catherine Bohart interview: ‘Eating is my only hobby...’

Catherine Bohart interview: ‘Eating is my only hobby...’

The Irish comedian, actress and writer reveals how her lockdown experience influenced her latest stand-up show, This Isn’t for You.


Review: Larry Dean at Cambridge Junction

Review: Larry Dean at Cambridge Junction

Review: Larry Dean at Cambridge Junction

The Scottish comedian’s Fudnut tour stopped off in the city on Thursday, February 24.


New Sound & Vision festival bringing music and comedy to Cambridge

New Sound & Vision festival bringing music and comedy to Cambridge

New Sound & Vision festival bringing music and comedy to Cambridge

The event will feature more than 70 acts across eight different stages.


Review: The Play What I Wrote at the Cambridge Arts Theatre

Review: The Play What I Wrote at the Cambridge Arts Theatre

Review: The Play What I Wrote at the Cambridge Arts Theatre

This loving tribute to cherished comedy duo Morecambe and Wise is on in the city until Saturday, February 26.


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