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Fatherson interview: ‘We’re just discussing the normal fears people have’

Fatherson interview: ‘We’re just discussing the normal fears people have’

Fatherson interview: ‘We’re just discussing the normal fears people have’

The Scottish alternative rock trio began work on their fourth album a few weeks before the pandemic but the record really took flight during lockdown.


Classical concert celebrating the work of Alfredo Piatti to take place in Cambridge

Classical concert celebrating the work of Alfredo Piatti to take place in Cambridge

Classical concert celebrating the work of Alfredo Piatti to take place in Cambridge

Stapleford Granary will be hosting the event this weekend, which features Adrian Bradbury on cello and Andrew West on piano.


Cambridge Junction receives £461,678 from Arts Council England’s Capital Investment Programme

Cambridge Junction receives £461,678 from Arts Council England’s Capital Investment Programme

Cambridge Junction receives £461,678 from Arts Council England’s Capital Investment Programme

As part of these 2021-22 and 2022-23 grants, more than £22.7million has been awarded to 66 cultural organisations across the country.


Interview: country singer-songwriter Eric Paslay heading to Cambridge

Interview: country singer-songwriter Eric Paslay heading to Cambridge

Interview: country singer-songwriter Eric Paslay heading to Cambridge

Although he has enjoyed success as a performer in his own right, it is for songwriting that this American artist is best known.


Review: The Divine Comedy at the Cambridge Corn Exchange

Review: The Divine Comedy at the Cambridge Corn Exchange

Review: The Divine Comedy at the Cambridge Corn Exchange

Neil Hannon and his band came to Cambridge on Thursday, May 5, to perform a greatest hits set.


Original indie ‘bedroom’ artist Darwin Deez coming soon to Cambridge

Original indie ‘bedroom’ artist Darwin Deez coming soon to Cambridge

Original indie ‘bedroom’ artist Darwin Deez coming soon to Cambridge

The NYC kingpin is celebrating the 10th anniversary of his self-titled debut album.


Interview: Folk musician Siobhan Miller bringing two musical worlds to Cambridge

Interview: Folk musician Siobhan Miller bringing two musical worlds to Cambridge

Interview: Folk musician Siobhan Miller bringing two musical worlds to Cambridge

The acclaimed Scottish singer-songwriter is to embark on a solo tour throughout May.


Interview with The Divine Comedy: ‘I’m psychotically anti-shopping’

Interview with The Divine Comedy: ‘I’m psychotically anti-shopping’

Interview with The Divine Comedy: ‘I’m psychotically anti-shopping’

The Divine Comedy – aka Neil Hannon – are coming soon to perform in Cambridge.


Review of Cambridge Music Festival: Tenebrae

Review of Cambridge Music Festival: Tenebrae

Review of Cambridge Music Festival: Tenebrae

Performance at St John’s College Chapel on April 27, 2022.


Interview with folk band Flook: ‘Cambridge is like one of the hallowed ground gigs’

Interview with folk band Flook: ‘Cambridge is like one of the hallowed ground gigs’

Interview with folk band Flook: ‘Cambridge is like one of the hallowed ground gigs’

Taking inspiration from their Irish and English roots, this quartet of virtuoso musicians have an enviable sound.


Win VIP weekend tickets worth £300 each to Cambridge Club Festival and see Diana Ross and The Jacksons

Win VIP weekend tickets worth £300 each to Cambridge Club Festival and see Diana Ross and The Jacksons

Win VIP weekend tickets worth £300 each to Cambridge Club Festival and see Diana Ross and The Jacksons

Nile Rodgers & Chic, Level 42, Gabrielle, Mica Paris and more will also perform.


Garden House restaurant to host Cambridge Club Festival takeover

Garden House restaurant to host Cambridge Club Festival takeover

Garden House restaurant to host Cambridge Club Festival takeover

Next Thursday (April 28), the eatery will be offering a special evening of dining and drinks, plus live music.


Louise Wener of Sleeper: ‘It felt as if we were jumping off a cliff’

Louise Wener of Sleeper: ‘It felt as if we were jumping off a cliff’

Louise Wener of Sleeper: ‘It felt as if we were jumping off a cliff’

The band, who emerged during the Britpop era of the mid-1990s, are back and set to stage a Cambridge gig next month.


Listen to the extraordinary song from village choir fighting new Honey Hill sewage plant

Listen to the extraordinary song from village choir fighting new Honey Hill sewage plant

Listen to the extraordinary song from village choir fighting new Honey Hill sewage plant

The Save Honey Hill campaigners have released a comedy song expressing their feelings about a new sewage works planned for their doorstep.


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