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The Mash Report’s Rachel Parris Poised to make an impact with new touring comedy

The Mash Report’s Rachel Parris Poised to make an impact with new touring comedy

The Mash Report’s Rachel Parris Poised to make an impact with new touring comedy

The BAFTA-nominated comedian, actress and presenter’s new show is titled ‘Poise’.


All Known Tattoos launches Addenbrooke’s fundraiser

All Known Tattoos launches Addenbrooke’s fundraiser

All Known Tattoos launches Addenbrooke’s fundraiser

Also charity flash day in August with pop-up food and bar.


In pictures: Race for Life brings a sea of pink to Cambridge

In pictures: Race for Life brings a sea of pink to Cambridge

In pictures: Race for Life brings a sea of pink to Cambridge

Huge crowds enjoyed the sunshine as fundraisers took on the race from Jesus Green.


And now for something completely different: maracatu comes to Cambridge

And now for something completely different: maracatu comes to Cambridge

And now for something completely different: maracatu comes to Cambridge

Free workshop for Brazilian percussion group Baque Trovão UK.


Music, comedy, activities, food and drink and more lined up for 2024 Shelford Feast

Music, comedy, activities, food and drink and more lined up for 2024 Shelford Feast

Music, comedy, activities, food and drink and more lined up for 2024 Shelford Feast

The annual week-long extravaganza goes back to medieval times.


Fugolburna documentary on Fulbourn’s chalk stream gets second screening

Fugolburna documentary on Fulbourn’s chalk stream gets second screening

Fugolburna documentary on Fulbourn’s chalk stream gets second screening

Eddington showing for Fulbourn Forum film on ‘masked’ dangers of over-abstraction.


Galeria Moderna’s final summer exhibition on now at the Grand Arcade in Cambridge

Galeria Moderna’s final summer exhibition on now at the Grand Arcade in Cambridge

Galeria Moderna’s final summer exhibition on now at the Grand Arcade in Cambridge

The event features award-winning artists showcasing their original paintings, sculptures and more.


Guitar virtuoso Daniela Rossi to launch new album at Cambridge concert

Guitar virtuoso Daniela Rossi to launch new album at Cambridge concert

Guitar virtuoso Daniela Rossi to launch new album at Cambridge concert

The Argentinian musician’s latest LP is titled ‘Introduction et Caprice – Music by Giulio Regondi’


In pictures: Green team heads out on Star Shine Night Walk for Arthur Rank Hospice Charity

In pictures: Green team heads out on Star Shine Night Walk for Arthur Rank Hospice Charity

In pictures: Green team heads out on Star Shine Night Walk for Arthur Rank Hospice Charity

Setting off from Shelford Rugby Club, participants walked the streets of Cambridge as the sun set on one of the longest days of the year.


Chesterton Festival returns to delight community in the sunshine

Chesterton Festival returns to delight community in the sunshine

Chesterton Festival returns to delight community in the sunshine

More than 2,000 visit 45 stalls with activities and music for the whole family.


Mary Beard: ‘We see Roman emperors as a long line of psychopaths’

Mary Beard: ‘We see Roman emperors as a long line of psychopaths’

Mary Beard: ‘We see Roman emperors as a long line of psychopaths’

From Imperial dinners with a side order of murder to which emperor’s secret diary she is longing to see, Mary Beard reveals all about Rome’s rulers.


Race for Life Cambridge: Our guide to the 2024 Cancer Research UK event, including route, road closures and more

Race for Life Cambridge: Our guide to the 2024 Cancer Research UK event, including route, road closures and more

Race for Life Cambridge: Our guide to the 2024 Cancer Research UK event, including route, road closures and more

The route will take runners through the city centre, past market square, through the grounds of King’s College, before finally reaching Jesus Green.


In pictures: The King’s College May Ball is a fancy affair

In pictures: The King’s College May Ball is a fancy affair

In pictures: The King’s College May Ball is a fancy affair

The headliners at the event were Girls Don’t Sync and Yung Singh.


‘If we didn’t stage A Midsummer Night’s Dream there would be a riot!’

‘If we didn’t stage A Midsummer Night’s Dream there would be a riot!’

‘If we didn’t stage A Midsummer Night’s Dream there would be a riot!’

The Cambridge Shakespeare Festival will be staging six plays in Cambridge University’s college gardens over July and August.


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