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Folk musician Miranda Sykes: ‘Working men’s clubs were my first introduction to tours’

Folk musician Miranda Sykes: ‘Working men’s clubs were my first introduction to tours’

Folk musician Miranda Sykes: ‘Working men’s clubs were my first introduction to tours’

The in-demand double bassist started out on the live circuit playing bass guitar in a country rock band.


Review: This Old Soul Isn’t Alone - Johnny Flynn and Robert Macfarlane at Cambridge Junction

Review: This Old Soul Isn’t Alone - Johnny Flynn and Robert Macfarlane at Cambridge Junction

Review: This Old Soul Isn’t Alone - Johnny Flynn and Robert Macfarlane at Cambridge Junction

The musician-actor and writer collaborated on the 2023 album The Moon Also Rises.


Eboracum Baroque returns to King’s College Fellows’ Garden this July

Eboracum Baroque returns to King’s College Fellows’ Garden this July

Eboracum Baroque returns to King’s College Fellows’ Garden this July

Described as ‘spectacular’ by Classic FM, the group was formed in 2012 by Chris Parsons at the University of York.


Tom from Thompson Twins: ‘Rock star behaviour made no sense’

Tom from Thompson Twins: ‘Rock star behaviour made no sense’

Tom from Thompson Twins: ‘Rock star behaviour made no sense’

The band’s huge hit ‘Hold Me Now’ is one of the best-known songs of the 80s.


Blur’s Graham Coxon to join Elbow at Audley End this summer as part of the Heritage Live series of concerts

Blur’s Graham Coxon to join Elbow at Audley End this summer as part of the Heritage Live series of concerts

Blur’s Graham Coxon to join Elbow at Audley End this summer as part of the Heritage Live series of concerts

The Waeve are a post-punk/indie duo comprising Coxon and Rose Elinor Dougall.


Bare Jams: A band growing through hard times

Bare Jams: A band growing through hard times

Bare Jams: A band growing through hard times

The long-standing Bristol/London collective, who are set to play Cambridge this week, nearly called it a day in early 2023.


Mr B the Gentleman Rhymer on his way back to Cambridge

Mr B the Gentleman Rhymer on his way back to Cambridge

Mr B the Gentleman Rhymer on his way back to Cambridge

The much-loved purveyor of ‘chap hop’ is also part of Britpop band, Collapsed Lung.


Sons of Town Hall to bring their ‘theatrical folk’ to Cambridge

Sons of Town Hall to bring their ‘theatrical folk’ to Cambridge

Sons of Town Hall to bring their ‘theatrical folk’ to Cambridge

This unique show has been described as ‘two parts concert, one part theatre’.


Peggy Seeger, the queen of folk, looks forward to two Cambridge engagements

Peggy Seeger, the queen of folk, looks forward to two Cambridge engagements

Peggy Seeger, the queen of folk, looks forward to two Cambridge engagements

‘US legend’ at Cambridge Folk Festival, and ‘In Conversation’ evening coming up.


Sir Tim Rice: ‘When we started out, we didn’t know what we were doing’

Sir Tim Rice: ‘When we started out, we didn’t know what we were doing’

Sir Tim Rice: ‘When we started out, we didn’t know what we were doing’

The world-famous lyricist is bringing his show ‘My Life in Musicals – I Know Him So Well’ to the Cambridge Arts Theatre.


MC Hammersmith: ‘Some people have a chronic irony deficiency’

MC Hammersmith: ‘Some people have a chronic irony deficiency’

MC Hammersmith: ‘Some people have a chronic irony deficiency’

MC Hammersmith, aka Will Naameh, is the leading freestyle rapper to emerge from middle class West London.


Mike Richardson to play charity gig in memory of fellow 1960s musician, Dave Parker, of Dean Parker and the Redcaps

Mike Richardson to play charity gig in memory of fellow 1960s musician, Dave Parker, of Dean Parker and the Redcaps

Mike Richardson to play charity gig in memory of fellow 1960s musician, Dave Parker, of Dean Parker and the Redcaps

The event is to be held at the Cambridge United Supporters Club in May.


New Model Army on their way to Cambridge

New Model Army on their way to Cambridge

New Model Army on their way to Cambridge

Formed in Bradford in 1980 and still going strong, the band put out their 16th studio album, ‘Unbroken’, in January.


Review: Le Roi Soleil, the King dances. Academy of Ancient Music

Review: Le Roi Soleil, the King dances. Academy of Ancient Music

Review: Le Roi Soleil, the King dances. Academy of Ancient Music

West Road Concert Hall, Cambridge: Wednesday 17 April 2024.


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