The Gipsy Kings featuring Nicolas Reyes and St Paul and the Broken Bones certainly saw to that, while we also said goodbye to Clannad.
This 8.5km sculpture trail of the solar system was designed by artist Oliver Jeffers, with astrophysicist Professor Stephen Smartt.
After two Covid-affected years away, the much-loved events returns to Cherry Hinton Hall from today (Thursday, July 28).
The acclaimed artist will be joining folk supergroup Spell Songs live on stage at Cherry Hinton Hall this Saturday (July 30).
Guided tours will explain the major work being carried out to save the oldest surviving windmill in the UK.
Events and attractions will include the show’s barrel racing team, the Inspire Motorbike and BMX stunt team, and the Dog and Duck show.
The Birmingham-based folk singer-songwriter is set to perform at next week’s Cambridge Folk Festival.
More than 650 pupils from the University of Cambridge Primary School and Coleridge Community College paraded through the streets.
Moya Brennan, singer with the much-loved Irish band which formed more than half a century ago, tells us about their farewell tour.
Although there is a special extended deadline for readers of the Cambridge Independent, the event’s media partner.
Take a picnic and a bottle of wine and enjoy the Bard’s classic plays in the spectacular gardens of the University of Cambridge’s colleges.
The free event, which also tells the story of the Stapleford Spitfire, takes place this weekend.
An open day featured activities such as building a bug hotel, crafting, and playing the human fruit machine.
The fundraising match was to have been between a Barmy Army XI and the Royal Anglian Regiment.
The festival, run by the Rotary Club of Ely and the Rotary Club of Ely Hereward, features a fun fair and stalls along with a raft race.
Brick Wonders boasts recreations of sights from all seven continents, including an Egyptian pyramid and the Grand Canyon.
The Birmingham 2022 Queen’s Baton Relay comes to the East of England this week as it continues its 25-day tour of England.
The crowds joined the mayor of Cambridge, Cllr Mark Ashton, and his wife, mayoress Barbara Ashton, at this year’s event.