First celebrated in the UK in 1987, Black History Month (BHM) is held each year in October, with a programme that promotes the history and contributions that African, Caribbean, Asian and other BAME communities have made to Cambridge and the UK. This year’s programme is the most varied, with the greatest number of partners, ever seen in Cambridge. There is drama and story telling, music and film, lectures and social events, history and current affairs. There are events for young…Find out more »
It’s a celebration of film – past present and future. So, it’s a chance to relive and enjoy past glories, but also to see what’s happening in film right now, and reveal new talents who will shape the future of cinema. A good example of that is a chap who had his student short selected for the programme here back in 1996, named Christopher Nolan. Apparently he’s done quite well since! Of course it’s also a chance to see films…Find out more »
The Cambridge Pumpkin Festival is a celebration of food and autumn, which creatively encourages us to think about the food we throw away. The festival returns for the third time from 20th-28th October 2017 (Autumn half-term), with events ranging from cookery workshops and fine dining, to a pop-up farmers’ market and kids’ disco soup, a pumpkin cake decorating session, pumpkin carving and dinner in the dark. To see the programme of events go to https://cambridgepumpkinfestival.org.uk/events/Find out more »
Talks on a wide variety of themes by authors, including Nick Clegg, How to Stop Brexit, Claire Tomalin Biographer on her own life, playwright Michael Frayn on From Stage to Page, A.N. Wilson on Charles Darwin, Victorian Mythmaker and many more. For tickets rings the Box Office on 01223- 357851 or from the Box Office in Wheeler Street. To download the full programme go to http://www.cambridgeliteraryfestival.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/CLF_Winter_2017_web_2.pdfFind out more »
What’s Ons are broadcast across the day at 7.30, 10.30, 1.30 and 4.30, and at weekends.
To get your event included email: Karen Stringer