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July 2017

Summer at the Museums

Wednesday July 5 at 10:00 am - Sunday September 3 at 10:00 am
Various,
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire

Taking place in venues throughout Cambridge and the county, Summer at the Museums brings you everything from hands-on activities and storytelling, to drop-in events and museum trails. Whether it’s something to do on a rainy day, an outing close to home, or a bit of craft-based creativity, we have loads of activities and events for you to choose from. Participating are All Saints Church, Burwell Museum & Windmill, Cambridge Centre for Computing History, Cambridge Museum of Technology, Cambridge University Botanic…

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£4.50 - £5.50

Sounds Green Concerts at the Botanic Garden

Wednesday July 5 at 6:15 pm - Wednesday July 26 at 6:15 pm
University Botanic Garden,
No 1 Brookside
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB2 1JE

Cambridge University Botanic Garden will open its gates late on Wednesday evenings throughout July for the Sounds Green series – relaxed, sociable, picnic concerts in the Garden. A rug and optional picnic are all that are required to enjoy an array of music beginning at 6.15pm and lasting an hour, with the Garden closing at 8pm. This year’s line-up of music brings a mixture of traditional folk music from the award-winning Mentés Másként Ensemble; Celtic Gypsy Klezmer from the Dodo…

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£2.00 - £4.00

Exhibition – Looking Back at Burwell Schools

Thursday July 6 at 11:00 am - Thursday September 7 at 11:00 am
Burwell Museum and Windmill,
Mill Close
Burwell, CB25 0HL

A new exhibition at Burwell Museum and Windmill tells the story of schools in the village through the ages, from the mid-1700s to the present day The subject of the exhibition was inspired by a chance discovery in the museum’s archives: a job application from a Miss Florence Carter dated 19 December 1941. Florence was applying for the post of headmistress of St Mary’s School, opposite St Mary’s church in Burwell. The exhibition includes displays on punishment, log books from…

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£12.00 - £16.00

Cambridge Shakespeare Festival

Monday July 10 at 7:30 pm - Saturday August 26 at 7:30 pm
Various,
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire

The Festival has become a significant cultural event in the region and can expect to attract upwards of 25,000 visitors for the productions which run during the eight weeks of the Festival. Also, because the city attracts so many tourists at this time of year, the Festival has acquired a national and international dimension, with many visitors returning to Cambridge again and again. An evening at the Cambridge Shakespeare Festival is a unique experience. Prior to the performance, members of…

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Cambridge Summer Music Festival

Thursday July 13 at 7:30 pm - Saturday July 29 at 7:30 pm

Cambridge Summer Music was founded in 1979. It exists to promote live classical music of the highest calibre in Cambridge and the surrounding villages. It presents outstanding soloists, chamber ensembles and orchestras as well as supporting talented young artists at the beginning of their careers. It provides a platform for the works of living composers as well as more familiar repertoire, all performed in beautiful historic settings in and around our great city. The festival opens with Mozart Requiem at…

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£6.00 - £8.00

Wild Child!

Tuesday July 25 at 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Wandlebury Country Park,
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB22 3AE United Kingdom

Wild Child! — holiday event for accompanied children at Wandlebury. Den building, tracking, fire starting and toasting marshmallows. Two sessions - 10.00am to 12.00pm for ages 6 to 8 and 1.00pm to 3.00pm for ages 3 to 5. Admission - £8.00 per child (members £6.00) bookings@cambridgeppf.org and for more info go to http://www.cambridgeppf.org/whats-on/

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£7.00 - £12.00

Comic Potential

Tuesday July 25 at 7:45 pm - Saturday July 29 at 7:45 pm
ADC Theatre,
Park Street
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB5 8AS United Kingdom

Alan Ayckbourn takes the Pygmalion myth on a wild and comic ride into a future where television soaps are performed by robot actors (actoids). On the way, he explores what makes us human as opposed to purely logical machines. His answers are, triumphantly and riotously, Comedy and Love, as a robot actress discovers a weakness for both and learns how to stand on her own two feet through the love of a good man and the power of the well-aimed…

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