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January 2018

Stapleford Granary Spring and Summer Programme

Sunday January 14 - Thursday July 19
Stapleford Granary,
Bury Road
Stapleford, CB22 5BP

Stapleford Granary is a new study centre for arts, music and culture using the granary hall, an outstanding multi-space use for chamber  music, lectures and exhibitions, recording facilities, a seminar room and office space. Music performances  include The Youth String Orchestra, Clarinet Choir, Come and Sing, and Coffee and Jazz.  Literary events include Reading Great Expectations, Introduction to Tennyson and E.M. Forster, For Love of Italy. Various prices for admission but also some free events. For full details go to…

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April 2018

Edward Bawden – At Home Exhibition

Sunday April 1 - Sunday October 28
The Fry Art Gallery,
19A Castle Street and 9B Museum Street
Saffron walden, CB10 1BD

The Fry Art Gallery in Saffron Walden will, unusually, be dedicating its full season in 2018 across the whole gallery to one important exhibition. Edward Bawden CBE RA was educated at Friends' School Saffron Walden and spent his last 19 years living in the town at Park Lane. He is recognized as one of Britain's foremost artists and designers of the twentieth century, and this exhibition will include over 200 artworks and other items, many of which have either not…

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June 2018
£8.00

Over 50s Ballet Class

Friday June 1 - Friday July 13
Salvation Army Community Centre,
104 Mill Road
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire United Kingdom

Karen Stringer, the Director of the Russian Ballet School of Cambridge has started a new class for adults and it is especially for those who are over 50!  Come along and enjoy a relaxing class and perhaps fulfill a childhood dream of becoming a ballet dancer. Karen is a specialist in the training of adults and has many adult pupils who have taken exams in the National Association of Teachers of Dancing (NATD) and many also take part in the…

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Cultivate the Art of Hula Hooping

Tuesday June 5 - Tuesday August 21
The Oddfellows Hall,
131 Newmarket Road
Cambridge, CB5 8HA

Cambridge Hoopers are running courses in hula hooping.  Hula hooping is great for fitness, creativity and coordination. There are classes for beginners, and advanced, covering many styles of hooping. There are even multi-hoop classes and tricks workshops. Taking place from 7.00 to 8.00 pm at the Oddfellows Hall on Newmarket Road. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult. Prices - starting at £4.00 each for the first two hoop jams. For more info e-mail cambridgehoopers@gmail.com

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CirculART Trail

Thursday June 7 - Wednesday June 27

The CirculART Trail aims to celebrate art and creativity, re-purposing and recycling, and highlight the significant role that our charity shops play in reducing waste. CirculART showcases the work of local artists who use re-purposed materials in their art, displaying their work in the windows of Cambridge’s finest charity shops. For 3 weeks from the 7th June 2018, the public will be able to pick up a CirculART Trail map from participating shops and other select locations around Cambridge. Using…

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Free

Jazz and Brass in the Parks

Sunday June 10 - Sunday September 9
Various,
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire

Just turn up, bring a picnic and enjoy Jazz and Brass in Cambridge’s beautiful leafy parks! The concerts usually begin at 3.00 pm. 10 June - Royston Town Band at Cherry Hinton Hall 1 July - Cambridge Youth Jazz Band & Cambridgeshire Youth Jazz Orchestra at Jesus Green. In association with Cambridge Jazz Festival, ARU and Cambridgeshire Music 12 August - CSD Brass at Cherry Hinton Hall 19 August - ACE Jazz trio + Sax at Jesus Green 2 September…

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Institute of Continuing Education Summer Festival

Sunday June 10 - Saturday September 15
Madingley Hall,
Madingley
Cambridge, CB23 8AQ

Madingley Hall hosts a festival of events from June to September featuring movies, music, theatre, words, art, nature and food. Come along for a summer of cultural, culinary and educational events in the spectacular setting of Madingley Hall and Gardens! For example, National Gardens Scheme: Open Garden Afternoon - A chance to visit Madingley Hall Gardens, open to the public as part of the National Gardens Scheme Concert. Classico Latino. Open Air Theatre - Sherlock Holmes, Entrepreneurship Book Club and…

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