Founded by Andy White in 2002, the monthly event has hosted many of the top names in British comedy.
The pair are taking Dance Like It Never Happened - their seventh full-length show - around the UK.
One of the few openly Conservative-voting stand-ups on the circuit will be bringing his new show to Huntingdon later this month.
The show sold out in minutes but any returned tickets will be made available for sale through the Cambridge Arts Theatre's social media.
The show finds him returning to his satirical roots with a personal take on borders and national identity.
The former detective sergeant is bringing his latest show, Fair Cop Unleashed, to Cambridge next month.
The comedian, who is coming soon to the Junction, tells us all about her new show, One Word: Wow.
The comedian reveals her spooky interests while growing up, and reflects on becoming a mum and planning a wedding ahead of her Cambridge gig.
The Canadian comic brought his fifth stand-up show, Cockroach, to the city on Saturday, April 9.
The writer will be in conversation with Jo Middleton, author of Playgroups and Prosecco: The (mis)adventures of a Single Mum.
The ‘most famous fringe in comedy’ will be at the Junction next month as part of Cambridge’s inaugural Sound + Vision festival.
The third cousin of pop superstar Justin Bieber is bringing his new show, Cockroach, to the Cambridge Junction in April.
The German comedy ambassador performed at the Corn Exchange on Saturday, March 26.
On the bill with Mike at the Cambridge Junction on April 1 will be fellow stand-up Rich Wilson.
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.